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Plexus - Auto Shutter Album

Plexus - Auto Shutter Album Performer: Plexus
Title: Auto Shutter
Style: Hardcore, Techno
Label: DiKi Records
# Cat: DIKI 49.12.31
Released: 16 Feb 1992
Country: Belgium
FLAC album: 2803 mb
MP3 album: 2830 mb
Rating: 4.5
Genre: Electronic


1Auto Shutter (Mix 1)3:00
2Auto Shutter (Mix 4)4:10
3Auto Shutter (Mix 2)4:10
4Auto Shutter (Mix 3)4:00


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DIKI1007DPlexus Auto Shutter ‎(4xFile, MP3, 320)Diki RecordsDIKI1007DBelgium2011
BASIX - 062Plexus Auto Shutter ‎(12")Basic MixBASIX - 062Spain1992
SOB 121Plexus Auto Shutter ‎(12")S.O.B. (Sound Of The Bomb)SOB 121Italy1992


Uses a vocal sample from Game - U Turn Me On


Comments: (3)
Does the 'Hallelujah'- sample at the beginning of the track originally comes from Happy Mondays' Indie Rock classic 'Hallelujah' from 1990?
Basic track by track review, as they are untitled:Mix 1 starts with the Hallelujah (commonly misinterpreted as "Higher") sample, and is the one with the big melodic rave riff played once. Guaranteed floor filler.Mix 2 starts with the bassline, and has the rave riff on a single note at the start along with pronounced "Ecstasy" samples. The kick hits in hard near the end. The only problem is that it fades out.Mix 3 starts with the bassline & kick. This is my personal favourite. The rave riff is not used at all. There's just something about the rawness of this mix that makes me wanna dance. The hi-hats are off the chart, and the use of the "note is half-step but your's is a full climb, you're makin' me dizzy pumpin' the junk into my mind" sample combined with it is irresistible. Also...Bass for your face... ecstasy!Mix 4 starts with the "Note is half-step" sample. It's got the big rave riff again, but with the drive of Mix 3. It's a very raw mix, the samples don't sync up at one point.Stick with Mix 1 for the main room raves, Mix 3 for the hardcore floors.100% Belgian quality regardless.
Superb summing up of this Belgian stomper. Anyone from the scene back in the day will be a fan of mix 3, one of the best tunes of 92 for me and hammered up here in the Northeast of England back in the day. DJ Excel, mixed in with Praga Khan - I feel good, eargasm !!