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FACT mix 330: EVOL

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The tracklist

 

Tracklist:

01. Hyper on Experience – Time Stretch (Moving Shadow, 1993)

02. Skanna – Untitled (Skanna, 1993)

03. Cosmic Brian – Hardcore Helmet (Ruff Quality Recordings, 1992)

04. Knight Phantom – Kick Up The Volume “Play It Loud” (Rising High Records, 1992)

05. A.E.K. – Paradise (Bass Sphere, 1992)

06. Rufige Cru – Krisp Biscuit (Power) (Reinforced Records, 1992)

07. English Muffin – The Blood of an English Muffin (Industrial Strength Records, 1993)

08. Franky Jones & DJ Bountyhunter – Speed Area (Megarave Mix) (Bonzai Records, 1994)

09. Interface – Toytown (Mix 1) (Rising High Records, 1992)

10. Son Of God – Sunday Raver (Strictly Hardcore, 1992)

11. Krome and Time – This Sound Is for the Underground (Suburban Base Records, 1992)

12. Dave Charlesworth – Untitled (Energizer, 1992)

13. Smart E’s – Sesame’s Treet (Suburban Base Records, 1992)

14. Tic Tac Toe – Ephemerol (Mickey Finn Remix) (Tic Tac Toe, 1992)

15. The Godfather – Look to the Light (Impact, 1993)

16. Nookie – Give a Little Love (Reinforced Records, 1994)

17. Tango – Can’t Stop The Rush (’93 Remix) (Formation Records, 1993)

18. Bass Selective – Jessica’s Jaw (DJ Only Records, 1993)

19. The Untouchables – N’Joi This (Tough Toonz, 1993)

20. Mind Controller – Trance (K.N.O.R. Records, 1993)

21. Mo Lester – Blue Sky Day (White Label, 1992)

22. The House Crew – Maniac (Hypermix) (Production House, 1992)

23. One Nation – Love Surrender Dove (Blockhouse, 1992)

24. Plexus – Cactus Rythm (Mixed By Mike Ferlin) (DiKi Records, 1991)

25. M-D-EMM – Get Down (Fantasy UFO Mix) (Strictly Underground Records, 1991)

26. Satin Storm – Let’s Get Together (Satin Storm, 1992)

27. Franky Jones & DJ Bountyhunter – Speed Area (Megarave Mix) (Bonzai Records, 1994)

28. Tango and Fallout – Further Intrigue (Tango & Fallout, 1993)

29. Fourth Dimension – Infection (After Dark Recordings, 1993)

30. Citadel of Kaos – Searchin’ 4 Gold (Boombastic Plastic, 1992)

31. DJ Vibes & Wishdokta – No More Tears (Impact, 1994)

32. Studio 2 – Planet Dance (White Label, 1993)

33. Xenophobia – Rush In The House (Remix) (White Label, 1992)

34. MC snippet (Fusion, 1993)

35. Sy-Kick – Nasty Rhythm (Tam Tam Records, 1992)

36. Raver’s Nature – Take Off! (Fire Recordings, 1995)

37. Equation – Energy Buzz (White Label, 1991)

38. DJ Distroi & Boykz – Let Me See If You Can Dance (Flyte Records, 1992)

39. Cybernetic Empire – Equinox (Paradise Records, 1993)

40. Mundo Muzique – Acid Pandemonium (R & S Records, 1991)

41. Marvellous – Blind Date (Fuck Your Blind Date In The Alley Mix) (EVA, 1992)

42. Brainstorm – Sam’s Vision (R&S Records 1991)

43. DJ DD Hass & X-10-CIV – Hi-Tech (Underground Connection Records 1991)

44. Neon – Waves (Tragedy Mix) (Rave 55, 1991)

45. Agent Orange – Sounds A Bit Flakey (Original) (Dog Tag Records 1992)

46. Techno Twins – It’s A Crime (The Maxx Productions, 1991)

47. DJ SS – The E-Face (Bassheavy Mix) (Formation Records 1991)

48. Beat Bites Bit – Exorzist (Cruzifix Mix) (ToCo International, 1992)

49. Francesco Zappala – No Way Out (Nikita Mix) (PWL International, 1992)

50. Adam X – Lost In Hell (Satanic Ritual Mix) (Rave Age Records, 1992)

51. Noys – Ave Maria (No Walz Noys Mix) (Logic Records, 1992)

52. Mundo Muzique – Untitled (R&S Records, 1991)

53. Terrorize – It’s Just A Feeling (7 inch Mix) (Hamster Records, 1992)

54. Ace The Space – 9 is a Classic (Ultimate Rave Mix) (Dance Ecstasy 2001, 1992)

55. Hedgehog Affair – Oh Wow What A Rush (Sound Entity Records, 1991)

56. Low Noise Block – Rave In The Bedroom (Ibiza Records, 1991)

57. Ace The Space – 1 Gun 2 Gun 3 Gun Roar (Dance Pool, 1993)

58. Asmo – Rush The Dance (feat MC Excel) (Amass Recordings, 1992)

59. Doc Scott – Terminator (Absolute 2 Records, 1991)

60. Dread – Quantum Leap (786 Approved, 1992)

61. Knight Phantom – What’s The Situation Now? (Rising High Records, 1992)

62. Lethal – Asako (Blanco Y Negro, 1994)

63. The Movement – Bingo (Sunshine Entertainment, 1992)

64. Rhythm Section – Perfect Love 2am (Rhythm Section Recordings, 1992)

65. Criminal Minds – Re-baptised by Dub (Selector’s Revenge) (White House Records, 1992)

66. 3 Rude Bwoy – Every Body E (Mad House Records, 1992)

67. Sperminator – No Women Allowed (Rotterdam Records, 1992)

68. Aurora – Spectral Bass (Adrenalin Records, 1992)

69. Nebula 2 – Antheama (Reinforced Records, 1991)

70. Holy Noise – The Nightmare (Rotterdam Records, 1992)

71. Deluxe – Unknown (Absolute 2 Records, 1993)

72. Economix – Panic (Not On Label, 1992)

73. Bab’el’on – Rave On The Nile (Mad House Records, 1992)

74. Cypher – Skyhigh (Rave Creator’s Black Gold Mix) (Cold Rush Records, 1994)

75. DJ Distroi & Boykz – Come With It Bad Boy (Flyte Records, 1992)

76. Economix – Equake (Not On Label, 1992)

77. Trip Commando – Eastern Origin (Chorus Mix) (Dance Ecstasy 2001, 1995)

78. Force Mass Motion – Jack Of Diamonds (Rabbit City Records, 1992)

79. 100% Acidferous – Tank (100% Acidferous, 1993)

80. Coolhand Flex – Complete Control (In Touch Records, 1993)

81. Headshop – Universe (Dance Pool, 1993)

82. Tronik House – Spark Plug (Detroit Mix) (KMS, 1992)

83. Tango – Factor 5 (Formation Records, 1991)

84. Multicore – True Techno Gangster (Strictly Underground Records, 1992)

85. DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer – In Effect (Slammin’ Vinyl, 1993)

86. Underground Software – Electronic Pig (Reinforced Records, 1992)

87. Underground Software – Different Ting (Reinforced Records, 1992)

88. 2 Low 4 Zero – Fast (De Kuip-Hardcore-Mix) (Rotterdam Records, 1992)

89. MC snippet (In-Ter-Dance, 1992)

90. Ragga Twins – The Mixed Truth (Shut Up And Dance Records, 1992)

91. The Ultimate Seduction – A Walking Nightmare (Interdance Records, 1993)

92. Tronik House – Spark Plug (Detroit Mix) (KMS, 1992)

93. DJ Professor – Rock Me Steady (PWL International, 1992)

94. Dark Raver – One Fucked Up (Dance International Records, 1991)

95. Pleasure Game – Le Seigneur Des Ténèbres (Destructor Mix) (Music Man Records 1991)

96. Short Circuit – Fuck Me (Rotterdam Records, 1993)

97. Cameo – Money (Reese Hardcore Instrumental) (Reprise Records, 1992)

98. 3 Rude Bwoy – Every Body E (Mad House Records, 1992)

99. DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer – F*ckin’ Hardcore (Slammin’ Vinyl, 1993)

100. Nasty Django – Ey Loco (Dance Ecstasy 2001, 1992)

101. Dye Witness – Observing The Earth (Mid-Town Records, 1992)

102. Pleasure Game – Le Seigneur Des Ténèbres (Terminator Mix) (Music Man Records 1991)

103. The Men From Del Bosca – Bajo-El-Austral (Giant Trax, 1992)

104. Warped Kore – The Power (White House Records, 1993)

 

105. Ultra-Sonic – Annihilating Rhythm (Clubscene Records, 1994)

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maybe you had to be there, but rave is some seriously shitty music.

 

i gave like 8 minutes a try, and then a few flicks, but it just sounds like a horrible mess

 

which is completely unsuprising, with 108 tracks squeezed into 48 minutes.

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Some of it's not bad, but a lot of it sounds like overcaffeinated cheerleader competition music (which if you've never seen or heard, consider yourself lucky)

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Rave is great but perhaps not in this context

 

Seems to be more of a conceptual thing with that many tracks than something made to properly listen to and enjoy in the conventional way

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Rave is great but perhaps not in this context

 

Seems to be more of a conceptual thing with that many tracks than something made to properly listen to and enjoy in the conventional way

 

Considering EVOL's other releases Id think this is more correct.

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maybe you had to be there, but rave is some seriously shitty music.

 

i gave like 8 minutes a try, and then a few flicks, but it just sounds like a horrible mess

 

which is completely unsuprising, with 108 tracks squeezed into 48 minutes.

Rave is great but perhaps not in this context

 

Seems to be more of a conceptual thing with that many tracks than something made to properly listen to and enjoy in the conventional way

 

Obviously this one is very specific to hoover-heavy tracks and crammed as hell (much like some of those footwork mixes) but the intensity seems the same. I wasn't there so I can't say how far off this is from classic rave dj sets and mixtapes.

 

And the tracks themselves are pretty rough, regardless of the mixing. Lo-fi breakbeats and samples on old vinyl after all.

 

 

Some of it's not bad, but a lot of it sounds like overcaffeinated cheerleader competition music (which if you've never seen or heard, consider yourself lucky)

 

Early Kid606 in a nutshell! But yeah, that's a good comparison. This is still less terrifying. Listened to it at work while drinking coffee and was quite productive.

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