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Final Exposure Featuring Joey Beltram, Mundo Musique & Richie Hawtin - Vortex mp3 album

Final Exposure Featuring Joey Beltram, Mundo Musique & Richie Hawtin - Vortex mp3 album Performer: Final Exposure
Album: Vortex
Country: Canada
Released: 1991
Style: Techno, Acid
Size MP3: 1764 mb.
Size FLAC: 1489 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 716
Other Formats: AIFF MMF AU RA AAC TTA DXD



Joey Beltram & Mundo Muzique appears courtesy of R&S Records/Belgium. Vortex comes screaming straight out of Arkham Asylum: totally demented, but with a whit more wit than most of its Belgian Hardbeat cousins of the time (though blending in easily enough with them). AA side is more 'restrained', but the rawness of the acid and drum machines are reminiscent of the Trax compilations of three years prior.

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Information for album "Vortex": Final Exposure. Mundo Perez : "Mundo Musique". Program 2 Beltram A · 1991. From Within A · 1994.

Final Exposure - Vortex MP3 version. 11610 downloads at 29 mb/s. Final Exposure - Vortex FLAC version. 2941 downloads at 32 mb/s. Joey Beltram & Mundo Muzique appears courtesy of R&S Records/Belgium.

Final Exposure Featuring Joey PLUS8010 Beltram, Mundo Musique & Richie Hawtin. PLUS8010 Final Exposure. Final Exposure Featuring. Joey Beltram, Mundo Plus 8. Musique & Richie. Hawtin - Vortex (12"). Category Country Year PLUS8010 Canada 1991 PLUS8010 Canada 1991

One-off project between two legends of 1990s UK techno, that only recorded one track - "TV People". This track was recorded for a joke as a spoof of, and dig at, the track "Vortex" by Final Exposure (aka Joey Beltram, Mundo Musique & Richie Hawtin). It was not intended for release, but B12 put it out after being played it by Matt Cogger.

Tracklist

A Vortex
AA1 Synergy ¹
AA2 Synergy ²

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Plus 8 Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Plus 8 Music
  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation

Credits

  • Edited By – Richie Hawtin
  • Written-By, Producer – Joey Beltram, Mundo Musique*, Richie Hawtin

Notes

Joey Beltram & Mundo Muzique appears courtesy of R&S Records/Belgium.

© 1991 Plus-8 Records ℗ 1991 Plus-8 Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Full inscription side A): PLUS 8010-A SHE'S LOVELY, SWEET AND DEVOTED: THE NEURO-TRANSMITTER THAT MY BRAIN TELLS ME IT NEEDS TO IMPROVE MY LIFE NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Full inscription side AA): PLUS8010-AA AT AN INTERSECTION IN TIME AND SPACE THE 2 BABES WERE JOINED BY A PAIR OF STRANGE TALKING CREATURES WHO TOLD THEM ABOUT A GREAT CONCRETE CITY...... NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): PLUS 8010-A SHE'S LOVELY, SWEET AND DEVOTED: THE NEURO-TRANSMITTER THAT MY BRAIN TELLS ME IT NEEDS TO IMPROVE MY LIFE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): PLUS8010-AA AT AN INTERSECTION IN TIME AND SPACE THE 2 BABES WERE JOINED BY A PAIR OF STRANGE TALKING CREATURES WHO TOLD THEM ABOUT A GREAT CONCRETE CITY......
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp, both sides): NSC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PLUS8010 Final Exposure Vortex ‎(12", RE) Plus 8 Records PLUS8010 Canada 1991
PLUS8010 Final Exposure Vortex ‎(12", W/Lbl) Plus 8 Records PLUS8010 Canada 1991


Tip top techno from the techno masters that are plus8
I cannot better the previous reviews so instead, I have a question. Is the main synth making all the crazy arsed noises in this awesome track the seminal Roland SH-101 or am I going mad? At times it sounds like something else.... Come on nerds, help me out. :o)
It sounds definitely more like a Pro One which is a very raw beast. I have both, but the 101 sounds more gentle. The Pro One can sound very mean :)
Vortex comes screaming straight out of Arkham Asylum: totally demented, but with a whit more wit than most of its Belgian Hardbeat cousins of the time (though blending in easily enough with them). AA side is more 'restrained', but the rawness of the acid and drum machines are reminiscent of the Trax compilations of three years prior.
pretty cool track
Gargantuan! etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc etc
straight banger!
Been going through all my old records recently and was pleasantly surprised when I got this one out. Synergy 1 is a quality bit of acid :) You could still rock any decent party these days with this one. Top notch. But then again you couldn't really expect anything less from these three chaps.
One of the best acid/hoover tracks, combining the party genius of Mundo Muzique, Beltram and Hawtin in FUSE mode. Mix it in with a slow builder right and it will drive people insane. What's great is also the techno-overlord voice decreeing "Vortex!" here and there -- which sounds like either "I want sex" or "phone sex".
oral sex ?
Another important release for the history of techno. This record was more frenzied and wild than much of the techno that had come before, with a slow but steady increase in intensity as the track progesses. It is an early record in the career of both Richie Hawtin and Joey Beltram, and is also notable in that its structure has snare drums between the kicks and not on every second beat as was almost always the case at the time.