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Mr Spring - Voyager 1.56 flac mp3 download
Title:
Voyager 1.56
Musician:
Mr Spring
Style:
House, Speed Garage
Released:
Country:
MP3 album size:
1756 mb
FLAC album size:
1286 mb
Other formats:
MP4 DMF AU AAC MIDI FLAC RA
Genre:
Rating:
4.9 ✪

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Voyager 1.56 (Filter Kings Mix)
Mixed By – Filter Kings
7:59
B Break It (Devil Fish Mix) 7:23

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
  • Copyright (c) – Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
  • Published By – Peer Music (IRL)
  • Recorded At – Radioactiv Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – Tape To Tape
  • Pressed By – MPO

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer, Remix – Tim Hannigan

Notes

Published by PEER Music (Irl).
Recorded at Radioactiv Studios (Dublin).

Side A:℗ 1998 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
Side B:℗ 1997 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)
© 1998 Mercury Records Ltd. (London)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 31456 89171 2
  • Label Code: LC 0268
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side A): MPO FESXDJ43*A TZT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side B): MPO FESXDJ43*B JWS
  • Rights Society: BIEM, MCPS
  • Price Code: PY 122

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SVDJ 002 Mr Spring* Voyager 1.56 ‎(12") Manifesto SVDJ 002 UK 1998
FESCD 43, 568 916-2 Mr Spring* Voyager 1.56 ‎(CD, Single) Manifesto, Manifesto FESCD 43, 568 916-2 UK 1998

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Reviews:
  • Mash
Love this record! The A side walks a fine line between the "wub-wub" groove of a speed garage record and the psycho-hoover stabs of a hard house track...and makes it work (in every sense of the word). But I personally have always been a B-side kind of guy, and this B-side is just SICK. A woofer-vibrating bassline gets divebombed by a freaky snatch of acid, which then proceeds to turn into a wiggly loop which begins to work itself up just before a massive dropout, appropriately underscored by a lone high string. Then, piece by piece, the track begins to re-assemble itself, only this time the bassline has become a funky flanged booty-mover, and the acid riff turns into... ...let's just say the crowds will scream for it.