Underground Resistance – “Return of Acid Rain Ii, the ” – [Underground Resistance]
Hunter Gatherer 2/27/2005 12-inch, A Library
By the time this EP was released Underground Resistance was just ‘Mad? Mike Banks, the two other co-founders, Jeff Mills and Robert ‘Noise? Hood, having gone off to explore other opportunities. It was released in 1994.
UR, always the political group, is warning us about the perils of acid rain, a particular problem in Detroit it seems. You need to read actual album to find this out, for it is impossible to deduce this from the music.
And the music is Detroit techno. The versatile Roland 303 is the primary instrument, and it is being put to good use creating lots of good acid-y sounds. The tracks are short-ish — for techno anyway — ranging from 2:20 to 4:19.
My only complaint is that the tracks seem to end just when they are getting a groove. Maybe the acid rain got them.
you heard it 25 times on kfjc! most recently:
- 1609 days ago, Rock played Atomspheric Disturbance
- 2567 days ago, SAL 9000 played Atomspheric Disturbance
- 3148 days ago, SAL 9000 played Acid Fog-The Mystery
- 4381 days ago, Goodwrench played Twista-The Dance
- 4606 days ago, Pax Humana played Ain't no Sunshine-The Sign
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Hassan "Thoth Amu-Ra" Rashid says
I will have to strongly disagree on the last 2 sentences on your comment Mr. Gatherer. I personally thought that each song on all the acid rain series were in particular to the titles given to them. I strongly advise that you check out the "Red Planet" label, and review each track on them. I personaly think that every thing Underground resistance makes is a work of art. Wouldn't you agree?