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Studio Pressure - Relics (Remixes) FLAC Performer: Studio Pressure
Title: Relics (Remixes)
Style: IDM, Drum n Bass
Label: Certificate 18
# Cat: CERT 1817
Released: 1996
Country: UK
FLAC album: 2227 mb
MP3 album: 2857 mb
Rating: 4.0
Genre: Electronic

Tracklist

1Relics (Plaid Mix)
Remix – Plaid
7:08
2Relics (Natural Mystic Mix)
Remix – Digital
6:29

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CERT1817CDStudio Pressure Relics (Remixes) ‎(CD, Maxi)Certificate 18CERT1817CDUK1996
CERT1817Studio Pressure Relics (Remixes) ‎(12", RP)Certificate 18CERT1817UKUnknown

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByNilz
  • Plated ByM
  • Producer [Uncredited], Written-By [Uncredited]Rupert Parkes

Notes

© 1996 cert 18 records
℗ 1996 cert 18 records
made in england

"Relics (Remixes)" isn't mentioned as title anywhere on the release. Generic "Certificate 18 Records" label sleeve.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text, on sticker): 5 016556 781763
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): CERT 1817-A1 PR-m THE EXCHANGE - NILZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): CERT 1817-AA1 PR-m THE EXCHANGE - NILZ.

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Certificate 18 Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Certificate 18 Records
  • Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Exchange

Video

Comments: (7)
Moonshaper
Is it just me or the chord progression in Plaid remix has a lot in common with Dedicated Loop by Squarepusher?Which is good though, i mean
Ckelond
A1: May be obvious but it really does sound like plaid doing a drum & bass track. As usual they have a captivating blend of happy/moody synths and stabs and this case a rather funky bassline but it's almost like they're hamstrung by the Drum & Bass structure impinging on their creativity or usual direction/pace changes. Certainly in the more cerebral stable for Drum & Bass but not a natural fit. Engaging (save a shotlived dull breakdown) and a curiousity all the same. [EIGHT]AA1: While high production standards as usual grace a Digital release it also has his hallmark of being really rather dull bar a short use of synth/strings about halfway through. Time hasn't been good to Digital nor to this. [SIX]
Ydely
digital is a legend lol. the half time sound is pretty much his invention. still putting out big tunes now and was one of the few putting out qualitymaterial in the neuro/later tech step era
Karg
Like Titirezad, I too prefer to play this on the 'wrong' speed. For fun, play Global Communication 9:14 on the wrong speed and mix it into this one on the wrong speed. Edit: after review, it seems titrezad and I were referring to different songs. The one I like to play on the wrong speed is the Plaid mix.
Quellik
Another one of those tracks I like playing at the wrong speed (33rpm +7/8) and turn it into some cinematic downtempo trip. Never was really interested in the A side.Always felt that if you could enjoy a track while doing that, there must be some real core quality to it.Feel free to ignore my comment/opinion :)
Hǻrley Quinn
We get it. You don't seem to appreciate the qualities of old school drum n bass. I would suggest that your characterisation of time not being kind to Digital is somewhat of a niche opinion, not shared by many.
Elastic Skunk
Everyone's got a right to their own opinion but I think you are way off when it comes to Digital. Time has been very good to him, check the original mix of Space Funk, or his 90's releases on Metalheadz, all quality, all classics in Jungle/DnB scene. Then move on to his productions in the 2000's, the Dubzilla album, the Phantom Audio stuff, his output on Function Recordings going right up to the present day, a career in music lasting over 20 years so far. He is one of the most prolific producers in the scene and he has never compromised his art. A true legend who is massively under-rated.