Infiniti - Game One (The Cult Revisions) Ft. I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar download mp3 album
I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar Label: Opilec Music Release: 25th November 2013 Cat. N. OPCM 12 07. The vinyl release contains three of these tracks, with the original and second Orlando Voorn remix being digital only delights. Music by Infiniti aka Juan Atkins & Orlando Voorn has appeared previously on the Opilec Music label in the form of The Detroit People Mover EP, and Infiniti is their alias best known for dealing in the purest form of techno. Active since the early nineties and releasing on labels like Tresor and Metroplex, it is a seminal project with enduring appeal
I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar. 1. Game One (I-Robots Reconstruction Take II). Remix – I-Robots. 2. Game One (Santiago Salazar Remake). Remix – Santiago Salazar. 3. Game One (OV 2013 Dub Remix). Remix – Orlando Voorn. 4. Game One (OV 2013 Beatless Remix). 5. Game One (Original).
I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar. Conceived, Selected by I-Robots residentadvisor. Special thanks to Orlando, Santiago, Alan, Decoside & DBH Team. Artwork by Alan Oldham/Oldham Industries alanoldham. com/pilloplex musiclabstudio.
Game One. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Миллионы композиций бесплатно и в хорошем качестве. Встречается в альбомах. 2013 The Cult Revisions Feat. I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar. SubBerlin (The Story of Tresor).
Orlando Voorn (born 25 April 1968 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch DJ and electronic music producer. As a solo artist he has released work since the early 80s under a large amount of aliases containing Balance, Frequency, Baruka, Basic Bastard, Fix, Dope Dog, Boy, Stalker and The Nighttripper. He also produced tracks with Blake Baxter under the name Ghetto Brothers and with Jeff Porter as Designer Loops.
Orlando Voorn - "Beyond Infiniti In Game Two". Played by: Peter Kuschnereit (Substance), Orlando Voorn. The Travelling EP first surfaced way back in 1994 and was the sole 12" Voorn recorded as Defence. A-side "Travelling Through The Speed of Music" is typical of the producer's work at that period of time, featuring bubbling, trance-inspired electronics, gentle acid lines, delay-heavy vocal snippets and oodles of Detroit techno influences. This is his third album in as many years, and may well be his strongest set to date. From the start, it's a blindingly colourful, vibrant and melodious affair, with distinct tropical, jazz, new age and heavy electro influences adding extra depth and interest to his Motor City techno template.
Orlando Voorn - "Beyond Infiniti In Game Two Two" - (8:31) 132 BPM. 100821 66 20 Nov 14 Minimal/Tech House.
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|1||Game One (I-Robots Reconstruction Take II)
Remix – I-Robots
|2||Game One (Santiago Salazar Remake)
Remix – Santiago Salazar
|3||Game One (OV 2013 Dub Remix)
Remix – Orlando Voorn
|4||Game One (OV 2013 Beatless Remix)
Remix – Orlando Voorn
|5||Game One (Original)|
|OPCM 12 070||Infiniti||Game One (The Cult Revisions) Ft. I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar (12", EP, Ltd, Gre)||Opilec Music||OPCM 12 070||Italy||2013|
|OPCM 12 071||Infiniti||Game One (The I-Robots Reconstructions) (File, WAV)||Opilec Music||OPCM 12 071||Italy||2013|
|OPCM12070||Infiniti||Game One (The Cult Revisions) Ft. I-Robots, Orlando Voorn & Santiago Salazar (12", Promo, W/Lbl)||Opilec Music||OPCM12070||Italy||2013|