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Rocking Distant Thunder - Ford Capri Driver / Behind The Green Door flac mp3 download

Rocking Distant Thunder - Ford Capri Driver / Behind The Green Door flac mp3 download
Title:
Ford Capri Driver / Behind The Green Door
Musician:
Rocking Distant Thunder
Style:
Tech House, Breaks
Released:
MP3 album size:
1168 mb
FLAC album size:
1122 mb
Other formats:
AA MOD WMA DMF MP2 WAV AU
Genre:
Rating:
4.2 ✪

Tracklist

A Ford Capri Driver
B Behind The Green Door

Notes

The release is credited to Rocking Distant Thunder even if on the label you can read that the A side is by Rocking Distant Thunder and that the B side is by Rocking.
Reviews:
  • Flarik
The below reviewer may not realise that both 'Flash' and this RDT record both sample heavily from 'Hydraulic Pump' by the P-Funk Allstars
  • Der Bat
"- My son, my son check this out check this out... Yo! I'm gonna slow the track down so that his dumb illiterate ass can understand what's going on. So, you with it? -I'm ready. -O.K ". So starts "Ford Capri Driver". The track in question is a remake of Orlando Voorn's Fix-Flash. The speed of the record is 126 BPM as opposed to the 136 of the original and the first impression you get is that in fact it has been slowed down even if it is a cover. The track was very successfully morphed into house with the introduction of a typical "house" female voice muttering things like "Oh, baby!" and "Yeah, baby!", and of course filtered breaks and more housey organic precussions. Considering the contemporary remakes of "Fix-Flash" by Savas Pascalidis and Flippo Moscatello (both on Gigolo Records), "Ford Capri Driver" is by far the most interesting approach on Voorn's Classic, even if "Fix-Flash" still sounds fresher then any of the above. "Behind the Green Door", obviously named after the famous porn classic, is not at all what you would expect for the B side of a release like this. And that is not necessarily a bad thing. Maybe that is why on the label you can read "This track (A) by Rocking Distant Thunder. That track (B) by Rocking". A simple beat, an hypnotic voice and melodies from a far away land (I would say India, maybe) take you on a soothing trip. Still, I think I'm missing a few references here.