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Sonic Subjunkies - Sounds From The City Of Quartz mp3 download Performer: Sonic Subjunkies
Album: Sounds From The City Of Quartz
Released: 1995
Style: Breakcore, Jungle, Ambient, Hardcore, Acid, Downtempo
Size MP3: 1943 mb.
Size FLAC: 1914 mb.
Rating: 4.9/5
Votes: 682
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Album by Sonic Subjunkies. Opening Narration from Fist of the North Star (1986). Turntable Terrorist (Jungle Mix). is a remix of. Turntable Terrorist by Sonic Subjunkies (1995).

Formed in the autumn of 1992, The band consisted of vocalist Holger Phrack, programmer Rob Marvin and producer/programmer Thaddeus Herrmann. Sounds From The City Of Quartz (Cass) Midi War 1995.

Artists Sonic Subjunkies Sounds From the City of Quartz City of Quartz, Part 1. City of Quartz, Part 1 Sonic Subjunkies. Unknown Submit Tempo. We don't know the tempo for this song, sorry :( But wait, you do!

In early '95 The Sonic Subjunkies released their second EP "Turntable Terrorist" (DHR 5). Thaddi also produced and co-wrote "Signe Says" and "Straight Outa Berlin" for Killout Trash, another Berlin based digital hardcore act featured on the compilation album "Harder Than The Rest" (DHR CD/LP 2. Sounds From The City Of Quartz ‎(Cass, C60). Molotov Lounge (Album).

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1995: Sonic Subjunkies – Sounds From The City Of Quartz (Midi War). 1998: Sonic Subjunkies – Molotov Lounge (Lux Nigra). 2002: Herrmann & Kleine – Our Noise (Morr Music). 2003: Boy Robot – Glamorizing Corporate Lifestyle (City Centre Offices). 2005: Boy Robot – Rotten Cocktails (City Centre Offices). 2000: Sonic Subjunkies – With A Little Love, Sonic Junior (Irritant Records).

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Sonic Subjunkies (sometimes abbreviated as SSJ) was a German Digital Hardcore band based in Berlin, best known for releasing records on Digital Hardcore Recordings. Turntable Terrorist . 12", EP) Digital Hardcore Recordings (DHR) 1995. In 1995 DHR released its first album (they had previously only released a 12" in 1994) and a compilation, Harder Than The Rest.

Sonic Subjunkies – City Of Quartz P.

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A1 Turntable Terrorist (Jungle Mix) 6:12
A2 Evaporation 5:26
A3 City Of Quartz Pt. 1 6:03
A4 Nuclear Holocaust 5:22
A5 Awakura 4:52
A6 City Of Quartz Pt. 2 3:31
B1 Djungelstadt (Live In Berlin, Suicide Club, 08.07.1995) 4:17
B2 Formula Of Terror 5:05
B3 Harold (Alec Empire Mix)
Remix – Alec Empire
B4 Confusion 6:42
B5 Der Tod Ist Ein Meister Aus Deutschland 4:43
B6 City Of Quartz Pt. 3 4:54

Breaks my heart to think this was never released on vinyl or CD.I check back here from time to time to see if there has been a re-release.
To me, this is the very best thing Sonic Subjunkies ever did, and it's a horrible shame that it was only released on super-limited edition cassette. This is true Digital Hardcore. If you want to know that era of this music, listen to this tape. It's doesn't have that perfectionist/clean feeling of their 2 12"s on DHR, nothing against those records, I love them too, but this is much more raw and brutal. My favorite track on this is "Nuclear Holocaust" without a doubt! It's beautiful but very hard & powerful at the same time. I guess the best way to describe it's sound is to say that it's in-between techno/acid & breakcore/hard breakbeat. You can clearly hear Alec's influence on Sonic Subjunkies in this track, the acid patterns & beats are very Alec-style, but the synth melody is more dancey than anything Alec would've probably done, or if he had, it would've be butchered and shredded to bits. Also, the Alec Empire remix of "Harold" stands out nicely in this album with it's evil, dirty, thick synthline. Though there never was a release with the original version of "Harold" on it. So this is all we're probaly ever going to hear of it.