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Automation - Pacemaker Mp3 album

Automation - Pacemaker Mp3 album

Performer:
Automation
Album:
Pacemaker
Country:
Released:
1991
Label:
Triple Helix Records
Catalog:
AUTO 2
Style:
Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno, Bleep
MP3 archive size:
2831 mb
FLAC archive size:
1449 mb

Tracklist

1Captured
2R U Manic
3Espionage
4Tramp On 45
5Pacemaker
6Eat The Bee

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AUTO 2Automation Pacemaker ‎(12", Sta)Triple Helix RecordsAUTO 2UK1991
AUTO 2Autommation 6 Track EP ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl, Log)Triple Helix RecordsAUTO 2UK1991
AUTO 2Autommation 6 Track EP ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl, Sta)Triple Helix RecordsAUTO 2UK1991

Credits

  • ArtworkGee
  • GraphicsJH
  • Lacquer Cut ByPorky
  • Plated ByE

Notes

R.O.L Productions "91"

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): AUTO 2 A¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT. PR-E A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): AUTO 2 B1 PR-E A PORKY.

Companies

  • Lacquer Cut At – Porky's Mastering
  • Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited

Video

  • I think I remember that "Eat The Bee" was sort of an "answer song" to The Scientist's "The Bee". Anyone?

  • "Tramp" contains samples of "Major problems - Overdose (The Final Trip)" (1990).

  • Damn, if one record out of bloated classics of hardcore needs a review it's this one. OK, the remix 12" is good, but this was the record that was hammered by many a 'ardcore kid back in the day.

    3 tracks off the a-side were on the infamous DJ Hype tape from Fantasy FM, known throughout the North West as 'Hype 2'. The tape, and consequently this record had a huge impact on the club scene up North, i blagged my first copy of this from Marcus Intalex (the real DJ of the Angels in Burnley).

    Each track is based around various samples, very early use of the Amen and various other funk breaks, and some killer stabs and chords (think Psychotropic's 'Only For The Headstrong').

    The record came out at a time when Hardcore was still being born, and naivety was a plus, and I think of the amount of time's I heard tracks from this 12" proves what an impact it had on the genre.
    A Killer record, and a great example of the good records that were hammered back then. Not the crap ones sold for fortunes now!