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Unknown DJ - Unknown's House FLAC album

Tracklist

Tony G Outhouse
D.J. Battery Brain* 808 Volt Mix
Spock Techbeat 1
X-Men X-Men
X-Men It's More Fun To Sample
Unknown* Basstronic
Tony G Olleo Mi Savor
X-Men X-Cid
X-Men Revenge Of X-Men
Professor X The Origin Of Prof. X

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TK-4001 Unknown DJ* Unknown's House ‎(LP, Comp) Techno Kut Records TK-4001 US 1990
TKC-4001 Unknown DJ* Unknown's House ‎(Cass, Comp) Techno Kut Records TKC-4001 US 1990

Unknown DJ - Unknown's House FLAC album

Musician performer: Unknown DJ

Title: Unknown's House

Country: US

Date of release: 1990

Style: House, Electro, Acid House

Genre: Electronic / Hip hop

Size FLAC: 1316 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

Votes: 619

Other Formats: MIDI MOD WMA ADX WAV RA MPC

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saafari
I've owned a couple of copies of this over the years and track B4 always repeats at exactly the same place. Where the funky drummer is scratched in with the bassline. That would approximately be at 2 min 11 seconds in. Creating - I presume, an unintentional cheeky drum loop. At first I thought it was just the first copy I purchased from way back in the day. I then purchased a second copy, played it on different equipment with the same result. But I still put it down to coincidence. I then very recently visited an old mate of mine who happens to own the exact, same release. We put it on and lo and behold, it does exactly the same thing in exactly the same place! Not a coincidence after all I don't think. 3 copies? With the same quirk/flaw? Nope, there's definitely a fault with the grooves/pressing on some (or all? Maybe).
saafari
I've owned a couple of copies of this over the years and track B4 always repeats at exactly the same place. Where the funky drummer is scratched in with the bassline. That would approximately be at 2 min 11 seconds in. Creating - I presume, an unintentional cheeky drum loop. At first I thought it was just the first copy I purchased from way back in the day. I then purchased a second copy, played it on different equipment with the same result. But I still put it down to coincidence. I then very recently visited an old mate of mine who happens to own the exact, same release. We put it on and lo and behold, it does exactly the same thing in exactly the same place! Not a coincidence after all I don't think. 3 copies? With the same quirk/flaw? Nope, there's definitely a fault with the grooves/pressing on some (or all? Maybe).
Fani
It is a flaw,i have a copy and it does the same!!hope it helps.
Fani
It is a flaw,i have a copy and it does the same!!hope it helps.
Eseve
I have also owned 3 or 4 copies of this over the years all having the flaw in pressing at that point.
Eseve
I have also owned 3 or 4 copies of this over the years all having the flaw in pressing at that point.