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Performer: Various
Title: Record Review XIX
Country: Canada
Genre: Electronic
Style:House, Techno
Catalog number: RR-19
Label: R & R Record Review
MP3 album szie: 1893 mb
FLAC album size: 2354 mb


1Johnny Loopz & DJ AdrianVibrator Mix
2Nitzer RebJoin In The Chant
3VariousThe Suburban Mix
4LostTen Commandments
5D.J. JuanitoTechnorave Megamix
6Two UnlimitedThe Magic Friend


White Label With Green Print.
A Product Of Canada.
Some of the artist names may be spelled incorrectly.

Errors on the label:
Track A1 artist is incorrectly listed as "Peace", where Peace is actually the B side track title off the original 12".
Track A2 title is incorrectly listed as "Magic Man".
Track B1 is incorrectly listed as "Interactive - Dilpong" probably because it uses sample elements of Dildo, Poing, Boing and Green Angel.
Track B3 title is incorrectly listed as "Techno Mini Mix".
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Record Review XIX. Album Tracks. About & Images. Similar Releases. Discover Releases. Tracks In This Album. Ten Commandments - Lost. The Magic Friend - 2 Unlimited. The Suburban Mix - Various. Vibrator Mix - Johnny Loopz & DJ Adrian. Join In The Chant - Nitzer Ebb. The Recommended Records Sampler is a sampler double album by various artists released by English independent record label Recommended Records on LP in 1982. It contains tracks by musicians and groups on the Recommended Records catalogue at the time. This sampler differed from the traditional record label sampler in that all the pieces here were newly recorded by the artists and, at the time, had never been released elsewhere. Many of the tracks were later re-released as bonus tracks on the artists. Accordingly, the record borrows its name from Chantal Akermans No Home Movie, with which the filmmaker documented some of her last conversations with her mother in various homes. Uneasy and scratchy, and powered by hefty beats from producer Justin Raisen, No Home Record is a restless listen. Hungry Baby is a slab of jitterbugging rock n roll Dont Play It is an echoing tirade addressed to golden vanity and personal brands. You can pee in the ocean, Gordon deadpans, poking fun at an age where anything can be bought instantly even contactless loos: Its free. The Record Review. A YouTube series for those who love vinyl records - in-depth analysis of LPs and videos on record-collecting and culture. Various - Record Review 1992. This section will feature unusual and surprising contributions that do not fit our usual article format. We conceive of this new format as capacious and experimental in approach and content. No Home Record is full of these moments: dark jewels that juxtapose Gordons dry wit and unperturbed ambivalence with melodic yet avant-garde textures. And in an irony worthy of the albums subject matter, it finds Gordon arriving as a solo artist, nearly 40 years after Sonic Youth released its first recordings, with one of the most challenging and intriguing albums of the year. Album Review: Kim Gordons No Home Record. Production: Crew . Björks latest album Utopia is an epic exploration of maternity, biology and love. Clocking in at 1 hour and 11 minutes, its a long one but well worth Collection is the third studio album by music producer Mark Ronson. The album was released under the moniker Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. and was released on 27 September 2010 in the UK and on 28 September 2010 in the US. Bang Bang Bang was the first single released from the album, on 9 July 2010. The single peaked at number 6 on the UK Singles Chart, marking Ronson's fourth Top 10 hit as well as peaking at number 18 on the Irish Singles Chart