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Various - The Box Vol. 4 album download




The Box Vol. 4



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Various - The Box Vol. 4 album download


Ben Sims Bite This
Ritzi Lee Reverse Processed
Paul Mac Dry Run


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
theory 038 Various The Box Vol. 4 ‎(12") Theory Recordings theory 038 UK 2012
theory 038 Various The Box Vol. 4 ‎(3xFile, MP3, 320) Theory Recordings theory 038 UK 2012

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Play full-length songs from Doble XX Grande Vol 4 by Various Artists on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. Doble XX Grande Vol 4. Various Artists.

Monstercat Uncaged Vol. 4 by Various Artists, released 01 March 2018 1. Gammer - THE DROP 2. Delta Heavy - I Need You 3. Infected Mushroom - Spitfire 4. Modestep & Dion Timmer - Going Nowhere 5. Pegboard Nerds & lug00ber - Bring Me Joy 6. Darren Styles & Stonebank - Sky Is Falling (feat. EMEL) 7. KUURO - Doji 8. Taska Black - We Would Never Do (feat. Monstercat - Uncaged Vol. 4 Album Mix 32. 4 Album Mix.

4 is the fourth studio album by English rock band Black Sabbath, released in September 1972. It was the first album by Black Sabbath not produced by Rodger Bain; guitarist Tony Iommi assumed production duties. Patrick Meehan, the band's then-manager, was listed as co-producer, though his actual involvement in the album's production was minimal. In June 1972, Black Sabbath began work on their fourth album at the Record Plant studios in Los Angeles.

where has all the vinyl gone too ? nobody wants to sell anymore. timeless classic though
To give it to you in a nut shell: in my agenda this was the most anticipated release of 2012, exclusively due to Ritzi Lee's Reverse Processed, which has been gaining constant spins by all the top dogs for well over a year before the fourth installation in The Box series dropped.To lay it out for you in layman's terminology, he pounds out the most thrilling thing he's ever come up with. Old school analog sweeps build up to a massive, maximal tongue-in-cheek perturbing take off that obliterates the competition and sends masses to kingdom come. Underpinned by heavily funk induced percussion and thunder struck synth stabs, Reverse Processed brings back the good old vibe of shimmering techno when you could lose it in a smoke filled room under the stroboscope without spilling someone's 20 euro umbrella cocktail. Winged, celestial and - simply put - downright joyous, with his contribution to this release, Ritzi Lee successfully captures the essence of techno music while allowing it to propel forward and give impetus to the entire genre which at times seems so hopefully stuck in gracing old classics with remixed re-released, re-done, re-dubbed and re-pressed versions, or keeping "dance floor in check" at a steady 120bpm flow. This one just breaks loose and slaps you right across both cheeks - simultaneously!Ben Sims is up to bat with an almost nine minute journey which deploys a staccato bass line, razor sharp hats and an (I reckon) intentionally trod upon drum pattern, all of which give plenty space to the absolutely epic riff to launch the track sky high. Ben Sims tones down his (at times) overly formulaic tribal approach to techno, and focuses more on fusing an overwhelming loop with moderate percussion patterns to atmospheric effect. Unlike the vast majority of his past output, he avoids the form of auditory communication through incorporating vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner, as Bite This is completely devoid of samples or trademark Sims vocal snippets. Epic, lengthy, journeyesque and funky as James Brown's sneakers, this one will please long time fans as well as newbies. Take heed!Paul Mac fuses soul, through a deranged and dominant male vocal, and superb electronics, by applying an outer worldly percussion arrangement which has made me replay this track three times in a row after the first listen. With shuffled, clapping hi-hats, dense drum programming and an evocative vocal going "I need somebody!", this one will fight its way many a sets, although personally I prefer the other two cuts more.Well, to put an end to this discussion, at the moment, this is the release you should be after right now if you are on the lookout for hot tunes to drop. Despite the fact that nothing on here has a patch on Ritzi Lee's Reverse Processed, this is still a three tracker that is bound to leave a trace and get massive play from anyone who knows the rules of the game. Either that, or the rules have been irreversibly sent down the toilet.

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