View Poll Results: Move My Body vs Chime

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    Question Move My Body vs Chime

    two competing visions of rave. one is folklore, the other was made by a band who blew up but always had a more classic warehouse undercurrent to them.
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    Move My Body, easily. That Orbital tune's pants.

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    Move My Body, easily. That Orbital tune's pants.

    Many would beg to disagree!


    I must remain relatively impartial until we have a discussion going.
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    I can't imagine anyone on here voting for it, or even being able to listen to the full thing.

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    bliss probably. maybe danny l. maybe baboon. possibly craner.
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    seeing blissblogger's lone silent, loyal vote for chime in the face of the youths' contempt for it is making me want to have a change of heart on it. anyone know of any sets on youtube etc. where its used effectively?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvuent View Post
    seeing blissblogger's lone silent, loyal vote for chime in the face of the youths' contempt for it is making me want to have a change of heart on it. anyone know of any sets on youtube etc. where its used effectively?
    no it just kills the momentum of any set. maybe a back to 88-89 set but they always play numero uno as well which i am sick of.
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    corpsey alsso joined in. a fascinating enigma. a structural conservative who is always critical of his own conservatism. we must break him in, somehow.
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    no it just kills the momentum of any set. maybe a back to 88-89 set but they always play numero uno as well which i am sick of.
    loool that's what i thought. if you're saying it that just confirms it.
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    Three people have voted for Chime. Three! This is worse than Liquid Swords overtaking OB4CL.

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    I donít particularly like either of them, but im getting a faint euphoric thing from chine, whereas the altern-8 just completely falls flat.

    The drums are a big problem. Breakbeats in hardcore act as rocket fuel; they propel the music through spacetime at a million miles a second. The break in this is all infantile and clumsy; it has the same air of naÔvetť and innocence you get in a lot of rap from the time. It sounds like a toy monkey playing toy drums. The 4x4 underneath the break is a bit clunky, it slows it all down too. The track sounds like blue balls; hardcore without the hard. It fails to live up to what itís trying to do.

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    I was more voting against that boring altern8 tune than in chime's favour.

    Move your body would be a wholly different matter.

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    Weird match up. I think i'll have to go with Chime. Yes, its dated but the euphoria was real at the time. I actually prefer this track from the same record. It has a bit of a Gerald thing going on.



    Ive met Paul Hartnoll a few times. Nice guy, though he did promise me a vinyl copy of Orbital green that I never got. Also met Altern 8 twice when they played here. Very unassuming, though their show was laughable, and I think they knew it.

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