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TJR / Sawtooth Sucka - Versus Series #1 - Made To Play vs Wearhouse Music

Tracklist

1TJR Sonic Chronic (Lee Mortimer's Planet Rocking Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Lee MortimerWritten-By, Producer – TJ Rozdilsky
2Sawtooth SuckaDepressed Mode
Written-By, Producer – Lee Mortimer
3 This Side
4 That Side

Credits

  • Mastered ByMatt Colton

Notes

P&C Made To Play 2008.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 827170263468
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MTP 017 A¹ MPO MATT COLTON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MTP 017 B¹ MPO

Companies

  • Mastered At – Matt Colton Mastering
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Made To Play
  • Copyright (c) – Made To Play
  • Licensed From – Wearhouse Music
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Distributed By – Wordandsound

Info

Copyright c Made To Play. Licensed From Wearhouse Music. Published By Copyright Control. Distributed By Wordandsound. Mastered By Matt Colton. P&C Made To Play 2008. Code-Barres et Autres Identifiants. Barcode: 827170263468. Made to Play, MTP017. Tjr - Sonic Chronic Lee Mortimers Planet Rocking Rmx. Sawtooth Sucka - Depressed Mode. Made To Play Brings The Noise With The Sounds Of Wearhouse Music And Head Honcho Lee Mortimer. Lee Mortimers Exciting, Sleazy, Demented Take On House Has Been Kicking The Sh t Out Of Dance Floors And Festivals The World Over. This E. p Is Not For The Faint Hearted But Is For Those Who Like To Rock A Big Crowd In A Ballistic Way. TJR, Sawtooth Sucka, Lee Mortimer. Idiotproof, Siriusmo, Lee Mortimer. Made To Play. Banging On Drums EP. Babbadabba EP. Renaissance Man. Bandari Funk EP. Listen free to Sawtooth Sucka Made to Play vs. Wearhouse Music 1 Sonic Chronic Lee Mortimer's Planet Rocking. Send message to support service Read answers from support service. Wearhouse Music All Night Long. Made To Play Vs. Wearhouse Music 1. Sawtooth Sucka. Stick Em: Remixes. Music software & VST instruments. Studio amplifiers & preamps. Side 1. TJR - Sonic Chronic Lee Mortimer's Planet Rocking remix. Side 2. e-mail me when available. No Tracklist Available. More from Made to Play. Future Bass. Mama Grizzlie Colour HerMade To Play. 24 Ep, Gesloten Cirkel EpClone Basement Series. Album 2008 2 Songs. Depressed Mode. 2 Songs, 14 Minutes. TjrSawtooth Sucka. Made To Play Germany. DRM Free. DJ-friendly full length tracks. Secure Shopping. What is Album Only Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. These tracks cannot be purchased individually but are available to download as part of the release

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TJR / Sawtooth Sucka - Versus Series #1 - Made To Play vs Wearhouse Music

Performer: TJR / Sawtooth Sucka

Title: Versus Series #1 - Made To Play vs Wearhouse Music

Country: UK

Release date: Nov 2008

Label: Made To Play

Style: House, Electro

Catalog: mtp 017

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1186 mb

Size FLAC: 2488 mb

Rating: 4.6 / 5

Votes: 890

Record source: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

Related to TJR / Sawtooth Sucka - Versus Series #1 - Made To Play vs Wearhouse Music

September
You guys damn near made my day, if not week or month. I bought this record without having any idea what I was getting myself into.
I do like doing things of this nature because it is the whole anticipation of wondering if I just wasted a tenner plus or if i just just treated myself to another underground electronic delight?
It is amazing that 27 years later, people can take a big portion of "Planet Rock" and twist it like a pretzel, while taking my mind hostage and again twisting it like a pretzal. What did you guys just do? DamMmit!!! This is bananas, straight. You did it in a way I never thought I would hear, not in this lifetime. How do I explain it? Like a 1/2 beat, 1/4 beat, 1/8 beat, 16th beat, 64th, 128, 256, 512 into infinity, stop, do a fidget thing and then come right back into the first four bars of 'Planet Rock' looped again four times? Some might snub their nose at this. Me? I want to hear more sh*t like this. Bring it.
September
You guys damn near made my day, if not week or month. I bought this record without having any idea what I was getting myself into.
I do like doing things of this nature because it is the whole anticipation of wondering if I just wasted a tenner plus or if i just just treated myself to another underground electronic delight?
It is amazing that 27 years later, people can take a big portion of "Planet Rock" and twist it like a pretzel, while taking my mind hostage and again twisting it like a pretzal. What did you guys just do? DamMmit!!! This is bananas, straight. You did it in a way I never thought I would hear, not in this lifetime. How do I explain it? Like a 1/2 beat, 1/4 beat, 1/8 beat, 16th beat, 64th, 128, 256, 512 into infinity, stop, do a fidget thing and then come right back into the first four bars of 'Planet Rock' looped again four times? Some might snub their nose at this. Me? I want to hear more sh*t like this. Bring it.