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Digital Mystikz - Neverland / Stuck mp3

Digital Mystikz - Neverland / Stuck mp3

Performer:
Digital Mystikz
Album:
Neverland / Stuck
Country:
Released:
Sep 2005
Label:
DMZ
Catalog:
dmz:005
Style:
Dubstep
MP3 archive size:
1848 mb
FLAC archive size:
2014 mb

Tracklist

1Stuck
Producer [Uncredited] – Coki
5:45
2Neverland
Producer [Uncredited] – Mala
5:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
dmz:005Digital Mystikz Stuck / Neverland ‎(12", RE)DMZdmz:005UK2005
dmz005Digital Mystikz Neverland / Stuck ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320)DMZdmz005UKUnknown
dmz:005Digital Mystikz Neverland / Stuck ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)DMZdmz:005UK2005

Credits

  • Mastered By [Uncredited], Lacquer Cut By [Uncredited]Jason Goz
  • Producer [Built By]Digital Mystikz

Notes

Mastered at Transition.
Copyright 2005.

Track durations are approximated and do not appear on this release.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): DMZ 005 A DUB-PLATES.CO.UK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): DMZ 005 B

Companies

  • Mastered At – Transition Mastering Studios

Video

  • Stuck has sample from Budapest Metro line M3, very funny for Hungarians.

  • The sample is actually from M1, not M3. The samples says literally "The next stop is Bajcsy–Zsilinszky út".

  • anybody know the bpm of neverland

  • Before I got 'mixed in key' to check my bpms for me, this used to be very useful http://www.all8.com/tools/bpm.htm

  • 140, possibly 142

  • i would do naughty things...

  • not relevant

  • Neverland. Too sick.

  • Neverland is such a strong track which builds towards a fantastic climax. A defining classic of the genre.

  • Does anyone know who made each track?

  • Cheers for clearing that up mate

  • Yes, that's the first press then. The labels were wrong on that.

  • Haha I just realised my stickers on the vinyl are on the wrong sides.. No wonder I've always been confused to who made each track.. Sorted nowMala - neverlandCoki - stuck

  • Mastered by [email protected]

  • I think that this, together with "B" and the mighty "Anti-War Dub", is my fave early DMZ release because it is still to this day a very unique and balanced blend of stripped down bassy-dubby music with seriously sinister warehouse techno, perfectly at ease both on Rinse FM and at Berghain years before this musical marriage was a common thing. "Neverland", particularily, is a visionary statement perfectly fusioning two of the most influential genres of the years to come in electronic dance music just around the time of their inception. Impressive to say the least.

  • I have (2) copies - one matches the discogs version but the other has "Stuck" as A side and the label is a different colour - lighter like lilac.

  • Time to do another entry with 'Missprint' tag added...

  • The labels were wrong on the first press.

  • yes ...excellent record so I'll keep both copies.cheers. david / playing.by.ear

  • inscription on run-out is the same?