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Belgian/Euro rave (91) for the weekend

danski

Comfortable chair.
Went to Telepahy in Bow a bit and went to/put on/just played at a lot of local raves/parties at the time. Local=east Kent.
Still have most of my records from then although I did get rid of a few hardcore bits.
 

ska invita

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Went to Telepahy in Bow a bit and went to/put on/just played at a lot of local raves/parties at the time. Local=east Kent.
Still have most of my records from then although I did get rid of a few hardcore bits.
:oldthumbsup: :oldthumbsup:
id love to just read a tracklist of some of your favourites from your 91 bag (beyond the more obvious tunes)
 

danski

Comfortable chair.
:oldthumbsup: :oldthumbsup:
id love to just read a tracklist of some of your favourites from your 91 bag (beyond the more obvious tunes)
Noted. Don’t hold your breath though ;)
(I haven’t forgotten that dj Ron tape eihert, I’m just shit)

Eta...I’d love to do a mix of just that but I’ve moved yet again and everything is in boxes.
 

ska invita

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Heard this on that 12 hour or whatever Autechre mix
This ones from 1990 - just a bit stompier than the 1991 sound - a pseudonym of Orlando Voorn , for me best known as Trigger
Out of Amsterdam on a label owned by Fierce Ruling Diva guys
Frequency - Hey, Hey, Hey (Panic Mix) 1990
Quality tune
 

ska invita

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BTW there are now 3 volumes of 4xCD of TSOB Belgian tunes out there

too much music to plough through....hopefully will get there later in the year though

also spotted the documentary which never had a DVD release I dont think and no torrents is available to rent for £2 on Vimeo
 
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Spandex

A crazy bulbous punchbag of sound
BTW there are now 3 volumes of 4xCD of TSOB Belgian tunes out there
I love those TSOB comps. They're a mixed bag though - they're all roughly chronolgical and divided into:

CD1 - post-punk, minimal synth, EBM
CD2 - New Beat
CD3 - Belgian rave
CD4 - trance

I can't see you getting very far into CD4 of any of them, unless you have some kind of epiphany and discover your inner trance bunny :D
 

ska invita

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Ive whizzed through the 3xCD#3s and not found anything new that was to my liking, though purely for entertainment check out these two madness tracks from 1992 I came across. 1991, all present and correct, 1992 they lost their fucking minds in a fashion. Road to oblivion :)

Genuinely kind of like this one but its too hard for my bag. Hard Core - especially into the second half.


This one even harder still but made me laugh because of the spoken intro! :D

mash up
need a nice cup of tea after that

nutters
 
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