Soulfree / Lycra -( Luke Slater) 2021 RE
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Cat-No: AER027
Release-Date: 04.03.2016
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Configuration: 12" Excl
Barcode: 4050486935774

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Cat-No: AER027
Release-Date: 04.03.2016
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Configuration: 12" Excl
Barcode: 4050486935774

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2021 Repress by popular demand !

The first vinyl release on Alter Ego Recordings presents a re-release of two Alter Ego classics remixed by Luke Slater in 1993 and 1994 !

A. Alter Ego - "Soulfree" Luke Slater's Ortoe Circuit Mix
B. Alter Ego - "Lycra" Luke Slater's Dinosaur Mix

Roman Flügel and Jörn Elling Wuttke are very happy to present their first vinyl single on their own platform Alter Ego Recordings.
In charge again of their entire back catalogue, under monikers like Acid Jesus, Sensorama and Alter Ego, they're starting to re-release all the classic albums sometimes accompanied by newly curated vinyl Ep's.

The singles will feature unreleased material, forgotten classics and brand new remix-projects of favourite producers and friends in perfectly re-mastered 12"- sound.

The first vinyl release on Alter Ego Recordings presents a re-release of two Alter Ego classics remixed by Luke Slater in 1993 and 1994.
For many people he is the epitome of hard and driving British electronica.
His music, especially under his Planetary Assault System moniker, influenced just about everyone in techno over the last twenty years.
Things kick off on the a-side on this record with a Basic Channel style sounddesign.
The dubbed chords, moved by a full-bodied bassline and frequent cowbells featured in his "Ortoe Circuit Remix" of "Soulfree" are showing that Luke's more soulfull side is as good as his tough mode. The slamming "Dinosaur Mix" was already in boxes of jocks like Sven Väth and Andrew Weatherall and shows Slater with the foot on the pedal. Cascades of flanged sounds drifting in and out of focus, while no-nonsense drums and percussion driving dance floors in frenzied submission.