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Steve Poindexter - Short Circuit FLAC album

Tracklist

Mainiac 4:43
The Rhythm 4:37
Feen For Rhythm 5:02
Short Circuit 4:27

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HT1017 Steve Poindexter Short Circuit ‎(12") Housetime Records HT1017 US 1989
HT1017 Steve Poindexter Short Circuit ‎(12", W/Lbl) Housetime Records HT1017 US 1989
HT1017 Steve Poindexter Short Circuit ‎(12", RE) Housetime Records HT1017 US 1999
TXR11 Steve Poindexter Short Circuit ‎(12", RE) Trax Records TXR11 Belgium 2006
HT1017 Steve Poindexter Short Circuit ‎(12", RM) Housetime Records HT1017 UK 2015


Steve Poindexter - Short Circuit FLAC album

Musician performer: Steve Poindexter

Title: Short Circuit

Country: US

Date of release: 1989

Style: Acid House, House

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1198 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 895

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FailCrew
I recall reading about this record in the old [excellent] "Under One Sky" fanzine put out by Heather Heart in NYC in a small section they had on ultra-rare, "holy grail" type records and was beyond pleased when I managed to score a copy at Gramaphone Records in Chicago after reading this.Now, this was my first introduction to Trax pressings, which you might have heard could be a little subpar, which is the understatement of the century: I don't think this thing could have been scratchier and noisier if someone had taken a sandblaster to it first -- just awful, and completely unlistenable, and it's amazing someone thought they could get away with putting this sort of thing out there for public consumption (although apparently, Larry Sherman DID get away with this.) As far as the music itself, it's definitely one of those "missing link" type records that bridges the gap between Chicago house, harder Detroit techno, with even the characteristic Poindexter proto-rave-hardcore type elements. Worth checking out for beat archaeologists, but I don't consider the Trax pressing quality to be in any way "charming".
FailCrew
I recall reading about this record in the old [excellent] "Under One Sky" fanzine put out by Heather Heart in NYC in a small section they had on ultra-rare, "holy grail" type records and was beyond pleased when I managed to score a copy at Gramaphone Records in Chicago after reading this.Now, this was my first introduction to Trax pressings, which you might have heard could be a little subpar, which is the understatement of the century: I don't think this thing could have been scratchier and noisier if someone had taken a sandblaster to it first -- just awful, and completely unlistenable, and it's amazing someone thought they could get away with putting this sort of thing out there for public consumption (although apparently, Larry Sherman DID get away with this.) As far as the music itself, it's definitely one of those "missing link" type records that bridges the gap between Chicago house, harder Detroit techno, with even the characteristic Poindexter proto-rave-hardcore type elements. Worth checking out for beat archaeologists, but I don't consider the Trax pressing quality to be in any way "charming".
Anarasida
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Anarasida
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Yadon
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Yadon
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Binar
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Binar
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa
Virn
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa!
Virn
minimal acid strip to the bone! very cool und undercover ....yeahaaaaa!
DART-SKRIMER
First release from 1989 , Classic acid warehouse!
DART-SKRIMER
First release from 1989 , Classic acid warehouse!