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Posts by scherben
Thanks for giving this some consideration.
The second one's having a similar effect on me.
EDIT: First track is Si Begg - Another Place
Many thanks to douglasaa1 on Discogs.
FURTHER EDIT: Second track is The Sketchers - Liposuction
Thanks to Sledge63 on Discogs.
Requested by someone else on Discogs. Due credit will be given to whoever IDs the tracks (I'll link up so they can see I've kept my word).
What about the new IBM in the pipeline?
A track off that, perhaps?
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bugger, how do you remove posts or make youtube links work?
Damn swine forum....
Like this [*YT]the code in the address bar after the = symbol[*/YT] Ie:
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Is this 12" rare or sought after? Came out in 85' I think.
Two for sale here
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Not a house track, but a killer tune from that time, kool ACID, 303 going wild with nice
also has nice samples from the 80s horror movie the entity
Killer New Beat, that
Laurent X - Machines
Shits on the rest
A bit one sided this one
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i dont think any of the electribes (korg groove-boxes) have a vocoder on them...i think scherben may be thinking of the microkorg. the vocoder on thats isnt so good (and its not analog either, its VA). the SVC-350 is the best analog vocoder for non-silly money imo. you'll need a synth to plug into it to act as a carrier (pretty much anything'll do the job)
I don't doubt you're correct, I was speaking from memory, which was a stupid thing to do
I apologise for my ignorance
I know of someone selling a Korg Electribe with a vocoder on it for c. £350
Yeah, it's a good un that one
This is on vinyl?
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Thanks for tuning in
Sorry about that we had a problem with our internet Broadcast server for an hour on Friday night, its all fixed now, and unfortunately I didnt get to play the new B-boys track in the hullabaloo
The downloads are up [see radio section on here] and next week I'm opening the show with the new B-Boys Ft Bass Junkie track
First time I'd listened in, and it's phat stuff
See you on Friday
Talking of which
I lost streaming just after the play of the Street Sounds A side, and missed Bass Junkie's new one
Only available on download unfortunately
By Thomas P Heckmann, more renowned for his techno productions; but can turn his hand to Electro
Sick 12, and I'm eagerly anticipating the Aux 88 collab
So with an IBM forthcoming too, it's happy days