Razor X Productions - Killing Sound (CD)

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  1. Killing Sound is a an all-out assault compared to Pressure’s rollercoaster ride of peaks and troughs. The first track is “Killer”, the original Razor X opening barrage, but with Warrior Queen on vocal duties instead of the unavailable He-Man. Can Warrior overtake the original vocal?
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  3. Superb album as heavy as hell. Dave Carlo knows how to grind out tone, power and heaviness from his axe and this album is a perfect example. Don't worry about the remasters. I have the original Lp, steamhammer CD and the Relapse Remaster CD. The remaster sounds awesome bringing out all the power and intended tone and slam of the instruments.
  4. London Zoo by The Bug, released 30 June 1. Angry 2. Murder We 3. Skeng 4. Too Much Pain 5. Insane 6. Jah War 7. Fuckaz 8. You & Me 9. Freak Freak Warning Poison Dart (Original Mix) Judgement In Gibson's Neuromancer, when Case & Molly meet the two surviving founders of Zion, there is talk of hearing a "mighty dub" in the Babel of tongues .
  5. () Detroit is coming back to Rephlex. Following two releases by the Motor city electro outfit, Urban Tribe, another Michigan favourite is putting out a full length release on the Twin’s imprint: Dopplereffekt. Dopplereffekt are one of the most mysterious creations in the world of electro, releasing under a number of monikers and rarely appearing [ ]Missing: Razor X Productions.
  6. tuxedomoon, techno animal & razor x productions, the benny bennassi beat, and a russian bitbreak artist uoki-toki. i took long breaks inbetween making this song by listening to these things, all except benny bennassi.
  7. Features apocalyptic mashup ragga anthems from the classic Razor X 7" imprint, as well as a few exclusive tracks which all show the rougher side of this act. Killing Sound celebrates soundclash as urban warfare. Floorquake basslines, body breaking beats and a barrage of deafening electronics amplifies the noise of cultures clashing/5(4).

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