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Hi-Fi Bugs - Lydian & The Dinosaur flac

  • Performer: Hi-Fi Bugs
  • Album: Lydian & The Dinosaur
  • Label: Zero Tolerance Recordings
  • Catalog #: ZOT 002
  • FLAC: 1971 mb | MP3: 1826 mb
  • Released: 2000
  • Country: Australia
  • Style: Progressive Breaks
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 454
  • Category: Electronic
Hi-Fi Bugs - Lydian & The Dinosaur flac

Tracklist

1Lydian & The Dinosaur12:09

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ML10768Hi-Fi Bugs Lydian & The Dinosaur ‎(12", Promo, TP)Zero Tolerance RecordingsML10768AustraliaUnknown

Credits

  • Mastered By [Metalwork]MA.

Notes

Catalog number is derived from runout etchings.

Stamped with Zero Tolerance Recordings logo.
Sticker reads:
'Zero Tolerance Recordings T.P
Made in Melbourne Australia'
Telephone, Fax, artist and titles also given.
Some copies have the title and artist hand written.

Only 1000 ever made.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etched): ZOT 002 - A1 MA.

Video

Zargelynd
this record was actually made in 1997 and was supposed to be released on Marine Parade also, but because they lost the parts in a computer crash it didn't happen unfortunately.

source: Phil K interview on Tayo - Kiss100 The Breakbeat Show - Tayo & Phil K (2003-08-16)
Precious
Brilliant tune that perfectly captures the creativity and madness of those times. Elements of the dreamier bits of Ima-era BT and surely inspired PMT's Gyromancer. A genius belter. Very pleased to own an original copy!!
Perius
This track caught me from the beginning as I heard it first time in Anthony Pappa ‎– Nubreed Global Underground. It still didn't lost its charm and deepness. A timeless amazing track and it will be until the end of time :)
Joony
A stunning, hypnotic track with monster breakdowns. Andy Page genious done very well here. Remember this track!
Dalarin
This modern classic is featured as the final track on Anthony Pappa's Nu Breed 001 compilation from the Global Underground series. One of the best prog/breaks tracks ever in my opinion which starts with a solid almost electro breakbeat but it's after the break that this tune really comes to life, slowly building with beautiful atmospherics and drawing you in with it's melody whilst keeping you guessing with subtle beat changes. It hits the peak and you think it's gone but it returns with a vengeance with an awesome acid riff and mangled breakbeats that play with your head until they come in properly. A suitable climax, the melody slowly emerges again and brings you back down to earth, slowly fading out. A stunning track that demands to be played in full.
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