DREXCIYA best of / What are YOUR favorites?

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    • DREXCIYA best of / What are YOUR favorites?

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      First part of the Drexciya re-issue series! Drexciya might need an introduction for some, for others it is the most influential techno project ever. Part of the heritage of Detroit's Underground Resistance, Drexciya explored techno music like no-one else before. Raw and uncompromising music that reflects the harsh environment of the city where Drexciya was conceived. The aesthetics and the mythical approach combined with the unique music made this one of the biggest cult projects in techno music. Drexciya arguably stands for the darker side of techno and electro, music not only made for the club scene, but a further development of the music as an expression and extension of the mind. 20 years after the release of ''Deep Sea Dweller'' (their first release), and 10 years after ''Grava 4'' (their last), we present ''Journey Of The Deep Sea Dweller''. This series is an almost complete collection of their early works, and is remastered from the original master tapes. Since the original releases have such a strong character, appeal and stand on their own, this re-issue can never re-create the magic of those originals. So instead we stirred up the catalogue taking the tracks out of their original context, giving the 'in the know' listener a fresh experience and the new listener a document that is the best possible introduction to the aquatic world of Drexciya.

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      Clone Classic Cuts continues their re-issues series for one of the most influential techno acts ever... Drexciya. The second selection of tracks includes favorites such as ''Bang-Bang'', ''Positron Island'', ''Anti Vapour Waves'' and ''Journey Home'' complimented with some lesser or unknown tracks. Raw, uncompromising music made with soul and creativity have always has been the trademark of Drexciya (and also from their original label Underground Resistance) and this album is another showcase of their talents. Btw there is not much further background info we can give. All that can be revealed is already out there.
    • What are your favorite Drexciya tracks?

      Some from the top of my head...

      Wavejumper (1994)

      Robrick's Cube (1996)

      Davey Jones Locker (1996)

      Does anyone here own the rare "Uncharted EP" (S.I.D. 005) release? I payed a fortune
      for it back in the early 00s. Glad to see its one of the few rare records that are even more
      expensive today... Long live the Detroit/Drexciya hype... :D