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    New Luke Vibert thing sounds hot on a new school acid tip: http://www.juno.co.uk/products/375746-01.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruno View Post
    i'll just leave this right here.



    also, this excellent article by ed dmx should be mentioned.
    that's beautiful. thx bruno - from 1983!!!!! unbelievable!
    http://www.discogs.com/CTI-Elemental-7/release/1179597
    Last edited by Woebot; 23-02-2010 at 09:56 PM.

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    one of my faves - cut from the same cloth as that CTI Elemental one:


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    One of my favourites definitely. Also less on the acid tip and more on the vibe (if that makes sense)



    More 303 goodness:


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    people everywhere don't seem phased by acid house being invented in Mumbai 5 years before Phuture...

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    What level of 'phased' do you think would be more appropriate Zhao? It's a cool album, but it doesn't really rewrite history does it?

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    I thought acid house was an entirely natural and linear development from the afro-american gospel tradition and to suggest otherwise was racist?

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    wooohhh handbags with resonance set on full

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    Quote Originally Posted by minikomi View Post
    wooohhh handbags with resonance set on full
    Naaah, plainly smart alecky facetiousness tbh.

    If anything the 'Ragas to a Disco Beat' add some weight to an argument for technological determinism - if someone with some disco records and the same Roland machines and no other connection (afaik) to the Chicago house continuum actually ends up producing something quite similar sounding, then it seems like the technology really is a key input to the sound. Although I've not listened to Ragas to a Disco Beat, so I'm not sure how deep the similarity really is.

    Chicago acid and detroit techno are two distinct (but intertwined) strands anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slothrop View Post
    I thought acid house was an entirely natural and linear development from the afro-american gospel tradition and to suggest otherwise was racist?
    it's main cultural lineage is still as i had put forth: Charanjit Singh was obviously massively influenced by African American music -- hence the words "disco beat" in the title of the album.

    but the particular use of the 303 in this way seem to have been pioneered in India. and this fact in no way contradicts anything i have said.

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