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|1.||Planetary Assault Systems - "Twelve" (Hardspace mix) (6:29)|
|1.||Cristian Vogel - "Xpute The Whoop Whoop" (Hardspace mix) (5:53)|
|2.||Marcelus - "Multiply" (Deepspace mix) (5:15)|
For the 13th edition of the LFRMX series, Figure chief Len Faki gives the ever reliable Hardspace treatment to a trio of well worthy sonic weapons from the genre's history. Luke Slater's Planetary Assault Systems originally released "Twelve" around the turn of the millennium, and Faki's sturdy rendition loudly exclaims "lift off"! Brighton legend Cristian Vogel's 2007 thrasher "Xpute The Whoop Whoop" is equally worthy of the same treatment - stretching out that infectious pulse of a sound and letting it drop again at just the right moment. On the flip, get your dose of some trance-inducing and mentalist A.M. energy with the transfixing grip of Faki's Deepspace Mix of Marcelus' "Multiply".
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