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Transglobal Underground - Earth Tribe / Slowfinger FLAC album

Tracklist

Earth Tribe (Earth vs. Technology Mix)
Slowfinger (Delta Ladies Night Mix)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NR 29 T Transglobal Underground Earth Tribe / Slowfinger ‎(12") Nation Records NR 29 T UK 1994
NR29T Transglobal Underground Earth Tribe / Slowfinger ‎(12", W/Lbl) Nation Records NR29T UK 1994
NR29CD, NR 29 CD Trans-Global Underground* Earth Tribe / Slowfinger ‎(CD, Single) Nation Records, Nation Records NR29CD, NR 29 CD UK 1994


Transglobal Underground - Earth Tribe / Slowfinger FLAC album

Musician performer: Transglobal Underground

Title: Earth Tribe / Slowfinger

Country: UK

Date of release: 1994

Style: Tribal House

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1641 mb

Rating: 4.9 / 5

Votes: 394

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Sironynyr
Kris Needs is responsible for some of the most wicked trancey tracks from the early 90's. His works are sophisticated and honest, with incredible imagination, flow, and arrangement. No-nonsense, full-on, head-down, hands-high business. Delta Lady "Anything You Want" is a perfect example of this, but "Slowfinger" really stands out as my favorite. The use of voices in the intro and breakdown are sublime and the distorted 909 breakbeat that comes at the breakdown in earth-wrecking. The one problem with this record is that the bassline, though over-the-top ferocious, is EQ'd too heavy on the bass. You have bring it down on the mixer when you play it.
Sironynyr
Kris Needs is responsible for some of the most wicked trancey tracks from the early 90's. His works are sophisticated and honest, with incredible imagination, flow, and arrangement. No-nonsense, full-on, head-down, hands-high business. Delta Lady "Anything You Want" is a perfect example of this, but "Slowfinger" really stands out as my favorite. The use of voices in the intro and breakdown are sublime and the distorted 909 breakbeat that comes at the breakdown in earth-wrecking. The one problem with this record is that the bassline, though over-the-top ferocious, is EQ'd too heavy on the bass. You have bring it down on the mixer when you play it.