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Performer: Slam
Genre: Electronic
Title: Snapshots
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Techno, Tech House
FLAC version ZIP size: 1650 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1477 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1815 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 575
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Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Slam collection. Stepback' is the killer track in this double pack to my ears. A great cut that builds in suspense, with the vocal fading in and out over some sinister chords and spitting percussion.

Snapshots - EP, 1995. Snapshots - EP, 1995.

Download Snapshots EP by Slam at Juno Download. Listen to this and millions more tracks online. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

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Snapshots by Disen Gage, released 19 September 2016 1. Me 2. Them 3. Chums 4. Memories 5. Foolery 6. Equilibrium 7. Trip 8. Hangover " If there is someway to explain what goes on in this Disen Gage, 2016, "Snapshots", the easy way would be to point out some kind of music references and these will turn out to be many and yet not that accurate. Eclectic to the top but also very close to the RiO/A. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 154BPM, ends at 96BPM (-58), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Nine Days. Something Out of Nothing. Flying the Corporate Jet. 2003.


Stepback 2
Car Thief


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SOMA 021, soma 021 Slam Snapshots ‎(2x12") Soma Quality Recordings, Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 021, soma 021 UK 1995
SOMA 021 Slam Snapshots ‎(2x12", Ltd, W/Lbl) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 021 UK 1995
soma cds 021 Slam Snapshots ‎(CD, EP) Soma Quality Recordings soma cds 021 UK 1995

'Stepback' is the killer track in this double pack to my ears. A great cut that builds in suspense, with the vocal fading in and out over some sinister chords and spitting percussion. The vocal sample on 'Stepback' was lifted from an obscure bleep & bass 12" by Aural Exciter on the Chill label out of the UK - see https://www.discogs.com/Aural-Exciter-Step-Back/release/28214. The vocal is only accapella for one refrain right at the end of the track as it fades out. It's unmistakable....

As one of Slam's earlier releases, you can hear the influence of early techno in SNAPSHOTS: an unrelenting beat, a deep chord hit, and a simple, filtered word repeated over and over again on "Stepback." But "Groovelock" has more of a melody, combining with the bassline for a more Detroitian journey. "Spirit" stays more upbeat too, but "Stepback 2" returns to the minimal beats. "Program" spins in place perhaps too long, but it's nice as a darker-tinged floor holder, but "Car Thief" provides that plus a little more development via car alarm. While good all-around, it's "Groovelock" that really makes this worth it.

Great EP, groovelock has always been my choice, but all the other tracks rock too, i love program too. but like someone else said, groove lock is perfect for late night wind down vibes

I first heard this 8 years ago when I was 16, when I bought it on vinyl not knowing anything about it other than these were the "Positive Education" guys. I could still not like this release more. 6 long tracks of deep tech-house better than most I had heard before hearing this and than most I've heard after. It's worth it alone for "Stepback" and "Program", some of the deepest techno you'll ever hear.

Side A. Slam's hypnotic and repetitive order to "Stepback" is one of the most energy charged tracks you can spin. A techno bomb with threatening, roaring sounds and such a massive impelling ride that you better take cover....This is definitely one of my favourite tunes ever. By the way,the 2002 Smith & Selway remix could not reach a quarter of this level.

"Groovelock" certainly one of the finest late night / back-to-mine tracks of its day; simple and long (or relentless, depending on your state of mind) - but always beautiful. Also featured is the excellent pump and grind techno of "Program". Essential collecting for all lovers of the Slam sound...

Beutiful Chunk of deep funky tech house with the trademark slam sound...well worth picking up for 'groovelock' alone