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Techno

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DJ Slip
every time it takes a while
Sub static

Maxi Single & EP
substatic53
Out: 06-01-2006
 
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MP3 (320 kbit)  –  WAV
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    Every time it takes a while
    Original 1997 mix
    Techno
    08:25
    135 BPM
    no wav
     
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    Every time it takes awhile
    Falko Brocksieper remix
    Minimal
    06:55
    127 BPM
    no wav
     

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After the glorious comeback of The Kooky Scientist about a year ago, Troy Geary aka DJ SLIP is now SUB STATIC´s second reincarnation of a classic US-techno-producer. In the mid-90´s DJ Slip from Min
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After the glorious comeback of The Kooky Scientist about a year ago, Troy Geary aka DJ SLIP is now SUB STATIC´s second reincarnation of a classic US-techno-producer. In the mid-90´s DJ Slip from Minneapolis was one of the most important advocates of the Mid-West-Sound, releasing tons of records on labels like Parotic, Analog Records, Drop Bass Network, Missile, Music Man, Kanzleramt and his own imprint Creation Rebel. In 1997 DJ Slip´s "The Fall Of Jupiter" was the first release on Parotic Music from Madison. The contained "Every Time It Takes Awhile" was an instant underground hit and became a faithful mate in many DJs´ record cases for years, as the track was dark, analog and experimental, but at the same time extremely funky and oddly functional - a typical DJ Slip track! However Troy Geary, who lives in Portland by now, almost completely disappeared from the record shelves in the last years, unfortunately - so SUB STATIC thought it´s about time to refurbish "Every Time It Takes Awhile", including a hot brandnew remix by Falko Brocksieper, who slows it down a little bit, but only to raise the punch and catchiness for what the track is still about 9 years after its first release - the great fun of techno!
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IVAN SMAGGHE

remixing the classic. faithful and class.

GROOVE MAGAZINE 03/04.2006

Sub Static beschert uns hier eine Wiederveröffentlichung eines Stückes, welches sicher viele nicht mit Namen kennen, im Club aber schon oft gehört haben. 1997 als erstes Release auf dem Label Parotic erschienen, landete die "The Fall Of Jupiter"-EP dauerhaft in vielen Cases, der trockene, analoge Techno-Sound von "Everytime It Takes A While" war zum Erscheinungstermin ungewöhnlich und ist es heute noch. Somit kann man zurecht die Bezeichnung "Klassiker" wählen. Zum Original gibt es noch einen Remix von Falko Brocksieper, der das Stück respektvoll, funky und groovend für das Jahr 2006 neuinterpretiert. Beide Tracks sind im Club klare Gewinner.

GROOVE MAG. (GER) 03/04.2006

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