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Sub Sequence / Intense - Everyday / Ecstatic flac album

Sub Sequence / Intense - Everyday / Ecstatic flac album Performer: Sub Sequence
Title: Everyday / Ecstatic
Style: Drum n Bass
Released: 1995
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1750 mb
FLAC album: 1743 mb
Rating: 4.1
Other formats: AA WMA APE MOD RA AHX AU
Genre: Electronic

Everyday, Ecstatic (1995). Album by Sub Sequence. Haunted Dancehall by The Sabres of Paradise (1994).

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Jonathan Ecstatic Vision is a powerhouse, mind bending spacerock trio. If you like Earthless and Hawkwind, you'll love Ecstatic Vision. Check out Astral Plane, Ecstatic Vision's magnificent psychedelic anthem. Philadelphia's ECSTATIC VISION explode onto the scene with one of the most thrilling guitar driven records in a long, long time. Weaving the guitar heroics of the 70s heavy classics of UFO and Hawkwind with the rhythmic intensity of Sun Ra and Amon Düül II, ECSTATIC VISION are sure to be a huge hit for fans of High On Fire and Fela Kuti alike. Every day we're workin' baby everyday for job- Every day we're workin baby everyday for boss- Every day we're workin baby every day for house- Every day we're working baby every day for what? Don't Kill the Vibe. Don't kill, kill the vibe Just chill, take your time Sit back, close your eyes Drift up, toward the sky.


That Side
Sub Sequence Everyday
This Side
Intense Ecstatic


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZUP 4 Sub Sequence / Intense Sub Sequence / Intense - Everyday / Ecstatic ‎(12") Too'z Up Records ZUP 4 UK 1995
ZUP 4 Sub Sequence / Intense Sub Sequence / Intense - Everyday / Ecstatic ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl) Too'z Up Records ZUP 4 UK 1995

Comments: (4)
I have to say I had exactly the same experience as Swagger with the 'This is Jungle' box set. Very annoying as its easy one of the best tracks of the mix. Spectacular music they don't make them like this anymore. Essential Jungle 5/5! XD
'Ecstatic' is a monster of a tune! I first heard it on the free JMJ mix cd that came with the triple box set 'This is Jungle' in the late 90's. Every other tune was available unmixed on the set apart from this one, and with no tracklisting it took me years to find this little beauty. I'm sure there are people who bought that box set who, to this day are still losing sleep wondering if they'll ever find that tune. Featuring a prominant vocal sample, "You make me feel real good babe", as well as the "Time to let go" sample used by Ray Keith in 'Sing Time', 'Ecstatic' is a musical journey that perfectly marries the rough with the smooth. Quite why Sub Sequence remain largely unknown in Drum and Bass circles is beyond me. Their Tooz Up label released some very good tunes and yet I can only really remember Dr S Gachet supporting them, with a couple of their later releases being on his Audiomaze label (check out 'The Kicker'!). Anyway, they made the A side of this, 'Everyday', which is a pretty good tune as well, although for me it pales in comparison to Intense's offering.
Many thanks for the info.
Hello,would like to add to your very interesting review on Intense's tune that looped melody of 17 notes, like a chime, from 00:47 to 01:32 and again from 05:41 to 07:15 is sampled from album "The songs of distant earth" by Mike Oldfield released in 1994, precisely from the song "Tubular world" :)I advise to have some listening if u are curious, far to be a bad album, even perhaps the only true gem that "new age" (u know, dolphins, whales & that kind of stuff ;) brought to music. Me always caught by tracks "Oceania" & "Only time will tell" specially, leading me sometimes to strange wisdom & curious thoughts like "those tracks seem to teach more about life than life itself", not a small paradox, is it ? Well, about Intense's track, i can't get the words concerning part from 02:45 to the end of the break, o the strings !!! Omg ! And the lucid "Time to let go" dropped at the right place ... They really felt the thing that had to be meant ... I wouldn't have waited less from Intense ;)Kind regards.