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System 7 - Alpha Wave FLAC album


Performer: System 7
Genre: Electronic
Title: Alpha Wave
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: House, Techno, Acid
FLAC version ZIP size: 1238 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1362 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1782 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 581
Other Formats: XM VOX APE ASF DMF AA MP4

comentando Alpha Wave, CD, Single, BFLD25. Plastikman's (AKA Richie Hawtin) remix of "Alpha Wave" is just fabulous! It has tweaking & mind funking sounds and stabs travelling from one stop to the next, with exceptional arrangement, perfect timing, keeping the listener at the edge of the seat, waiting for that aceeeeeid explosion to take off! And when it does, you're already far, far, far away from your seat

Artist: System 7 Title: Alpha Wave Year: 1995 Genre: Electronic Style: Acid Progressive Trance.

On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: System 7 - Alpha Wave. Photo of System 7 - Alpha Wave. More albums of System 7: 777. Sinbad, Quest. This album was released on the label Butterfly Records (catalog number BFLT25). This album was released in 1995-00-00 year. Download mp3. Length of track.

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A Alpha Wave (Plastikman Acid House Mix)
Remix – PlastikmanRemix, Producer [Additional] – Richie Hawtin
19:35
B1 Alpha Wave (Alpha Mix)
Mixed By – Miquette Giraudy, Steve Hillage
6:02
B2 Alpha Wave (That Sound Mix)
Mixed By – Miquette Giraudy, Steve Hillage
6:51

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Butterfly Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Big Life Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Chrysalis Music
  • Mastered At – The Exchange

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer – Miquette Giraudy, Steve Hillage

Notes

The copyright in this sound recording is owend by Butterfly Recordings
℗ 1995 Butterfly Recordings © 1995 Big Life Records Ltd

Durations do not appear on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 025055 200255
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5025055200255
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): BFLP 25 Aι/ BFLT 25 A'
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): BFLP 25 Bι/ BFLT 25 Bι THE EXCHANGE

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BFLD25 System 7 Alpha Wave ‎(CD, Single) Butterfly Records, Big Life BFLD25 UK 1995
BFLT25 System 7 Alpha Wave ‎(12", Promo) Butterfly Records BFLT25 UK 1995
AAWT 701 System 7 Alphawave ‎(12", Promo) A-Wave AAWT 701 UK 2000
BFLT25 System 7 Alpha Wave ‎(12") Butterfly Records BFLT25 UK 1995
AAWT 701 System 7 Alphawave ‎(12") A-Wave AAWT 701 UK 2000

Rayli
This is why we all loved Richie Hawtin back in the good old days. What happened?

Cktiell
Damn that mix! Absolutely a classic! Will mix this soon enough with persistence of vision!

Chuynopana
Classic if you like old skool acid house :)You can't deny the wave of 303 and lush techno

Sharpbinder
Masterpiece... Would you play the full 20 min track in a deejay set?

inetserfer
I had the fortune to see Hawtin join System 7 live for this number, on a magical Sunday afternoon at Glastonbury '95. He'd just played a Plastikman set, messing everyone up with his teasing cuts and dropped beats. This wiped out any survivors. Hilliage and Girauldy were jamming over the top. Monstrous. [sigh].

Steelrunner
Dreams of a forgotten bygone age :) Thank you !

mr.Mine
One thing i don't understand is that this is not a remix of the original System 7 track at all, instead it's almost exactly the same as 'Robotman - Do Da Doo (Plastikman's Acid House Remix)' but only twice as long. The main bassline consists of a morphed voice sample taken from 'Dancing Flutes - Do The Do' from 1988. It's probably all done because of promoting/money issues, System 7 was quite a big act.

Ahieones
That seems wrong to me. I've only heard bits of the original but it sounds like the one big acid note that defines the track is a sample from the original.Anyway, obviously the track is a huge statement - 15 minutes of just a tiny number of elements. I didn't really get it until I heard it in a warehouse environment much later and then I never wanted it to stop. Standard story. I didn't even notice how hype the drums on this were until I played the record at my friend's house a few years after THAT. Kind of the pinnacle of less is more and what every Rrose track seems to be going for, bless his/her heart.

Milleynti
This is it. The absolute 'IT' - the best bit of electronic music in the universe. Plastikman's mix is pure acidy techno mania the whole way through, with a relentlessly pumping beat, hi-hats to make your ears catch fire and fall off and screaming liquid acid lines that are inhumanly awesome. Plus it run for 19 blissful minutes, with an epic breakdown after 10 that practically stops the tune, spends ages teasing that it's going to come back, and eventually kicks off again for a final spurt of acidic spunk all over your face. I let this tune defile me regularly, and I love it like a dirty slut every time. I give it 16 out of 10.

Shadowbourne
This is the best review I've ever read!

Thiama
Richie Hawtin adds his acid madness into this track. It's relentless and those that love dark sweaty clubs, with a strobe for added mayhem will love dancing to this groove. Adid like only Hawtin can do !