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Integrity II - Living In A Fantasy Album
Integrity II - Living In A Fantasy Album
Performer: Integrity II
Title: Living In A Fantasy
Label: Outrage Recordings
Country: Belgium
Released: 1992
Style: House, Techno
Cat: OUT 1506
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2608 mb | MP3 size: 2037 mb | WMA size: 2858 mb
Genre: Electronic

3Living In A Fantasy5:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneIntegrity II Living In A Fantasy ‎(4xFile, FLAC, EP)Not On Label (Maarten van der Vleuten Self-Released)noneNetherlandsUnknown


  • Written-By, ProducerDJ Aardvärck (tracks: B1, B2), Maarten van der Vleuten


Comments (5)
Trash Obsession
put your money away, repress on the way on R&S
yes!!! that is great news. Thanks for the tip mate!
man such a cracking release, the depth of R&S and the sub labels is just insanely amaazing
What a great EP. There was some really interesting music coming out of Europe in the early 90's. Whilst Holland had picked up an reputation for hardcore techno and gabber it also produced some classic electronica that would rival Warp artists. The vanguard of this movement would be Djax-Up-Beats and Eevo Lute Muzique with a roster of Florence- Terrace- Edge Of Motion- Ismistik,etc. this ep on the little known Outrage Recordings , oozes Detroit techno charisma and A1, B2 would be my picks.
What a brilliant record! "Living In A Fantasy" is pure Detroit style. Perfect melody, heavy lead sound and a great climax. A vocal remix of it would have been a big succes. "Nightshift" is an ode to the TR-808. But the best track on this record is "Intens", a true masterpiece. The track begins with some compressed beats and a low synth pad. Then a harder beat comes in followed by a clap and a harder clap, rolling toms,congas and broken snares while the synth pads grow in the background .... Oooh man, I shiver every time I hear it .... Maarten Vandervleuten mixed it all so perfectly well to a beautiful climax. It's a pitty for him that this record just has been released on Outrage and not on Transmat. It would have been a classic. (for me it is)