Bobby Konders House Rhythms

Let There Be House. HouseDeep HouseAcid House. Does anyone else have the same issue with their copy? Not sure about the obsession for Nervous Acid though. It's Bobby Konders House Rhythms shame really as it's a quite decent warehouse track.

JimmyEllis March 22, Report. The pressing is unusably low volume. Reply Notify me Helpful. RoyalKurt May 28, Report. Jaym01 October 8, Report. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Endorphin01 June 15, Report. The recording of "nervous acid" on my copy is quite low compared to the other tunes. Does anyone else have the same issue with their copy?

Could have easily been broken down into 4 still great 12". They just don't make them like this anymore. Not sure about the obsession for Nervous Acid though. It's a very good track, but one of my least favorites here. Let there be house and The Poem are, in my opinion, far better. Frankie Bones played Let there be house and the Poem almost back to back in the UK at the Hacienda January 27, , so this must have come right around the new year.

Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Who can forget the first time they heard that intro and bassline? Peter Daou's keyboard work is absolutely stunning and just takes you into deep house heaven. In my opinion he is one of the unsung heroes of house and doesnt get the credit he rightly deserves.

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Gooduns by rory. Add Review monkeybrainsushi November 2, Report. It's one of those vinyls I'll never sell, I equate Nervous Acid to the time around AM when shit was gonna get seriously underground until sunrise, no more shrieking divas ;0 Then in the morning..

I'm vaguely convinced that a few of the tracks on this release were played in late not only on the London pirate radio stations of the day but also at a few parties I went to aswell. Let There Be House is my least favourite due to the irritatingly repetitive Chuck Roberts vocal, which to be fair I was never very fond of.

It's a shame really as it's a quite decent warehouse track. As others have already explained very eloquently, Nervous Acid is a one of a kind, deep, hypnotic, trippy, sinister acid house classic. One of my favourites without question.

Version is just sublime pure stripped down house music, unmistakably late s New York House or Deep House in fashion, fit both for dodgy basement type clubs where swinging a cat would not be advisable to behemoth cavernous warehouses.

Try listening to this on a quality gargantuan sound system and you'll hear what I mean. Still an all round timeless release in any case. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. RoyalKurt May 28, Report. I'm surprised about the number of people who have this, I guess at those times release were pressed by copies at least I guess.

Jaym01 October 8, Report. A great ep no doubt but the standout has to be Nervous acid I remember many bought it for this track , the poem was up there and still is also a great track a great ep from Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Endorphin01 June 15, Report. I bought a copy of this bad boy recently mainly for "nervous acid".

The recording of "nervous acid" on my copy is quite low compared to the other tunes. Does anyone else have the same issue with their copy? Could have easily been broken down into 4 still great 12". They just don't make them like this anymore. Not sure about the obsession for Nervous Acid though. It's a very good track, but one of my least favorites here. Let there be house and The Poem are, in my opinion, far better. Frankie Bones played Let there be house and the Poem almost back to back in the UK at the Hacienda January 27, , so this must have come right around the new year.

Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Who can forget the first time they heard that intro and bassline? Peter Daou's keyboard work is absolutely stunning and just takes you into deep house heaven. The real hero or genius as some may say on this record is Peter Daou, he engineered and played keys on so many classic Nu Groove records. In my opinion he is one of the unsung heroes of house and doesnt get the credit he rightly deserves.

Please enable Javascript to take full advantage of our site features. Edit Master Release. House , Deep House , Acid House. Add Review monkeybrainsushi November 2, Report.

Let There Be House is my least favourite due to the irritatingly repetitive Chuck Roberts vocal, which to be fair I was never very fond of. It's a shame really as it's a quite decent warehouse track.

As others have already explained very eloquently, Nervous Acid is a one of a kind, deep, hypnotic, trippy, sinister acid house classic. One of my favourites without question. Version is just sublime pure stripped down house music, unmistakably late s New York House or Deep House in fashion, fit both for dodgy basement type clubs where swinging a cat would not be advisable to behemoth cavernous warehouses.

Try listening to this on a quality gargantuan sound system and you'll hear what I mean. Still an all round timeless release in any case. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. JimmyEllis March 22, Report. The pressing is unusably low volume. Reply Notify me Helpful. RoyalKurt May 28, Report. Jaym01 October 8, Report. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful. Endorphin01 June 15, Report. The recording of "nervous acid" on my copy is quite low compared to the other tunes. Does anyone else have the same issue with their copy?

Could have easily been broken down into 4 still great 12". They just don't make them like this anymore. Not sure about the obsession for Nervous Acid though. It's a very good track, but one of my least favorites here. Let there be house and The Poem are, in my opinion, far better. Frankie Bones played Let there be house and the Poem almost back to back in the UK at the Hacienda January 27, , so this must have come right around the new year.

Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Who can forget the first time they heard that intro and bassline? It's one of those vinyls I'll never sell, I equate Nervous Acid to the time around AM when shit was gonna get seriously underground until sunrise, no more shrieking divas ;0 Then in the morning.. I'm vaguely convinced that a few of the tracks on this release were played in late not only on the London pirate radio stations of the day but also at a few parties I went to aswell.

Let There Be House is my least favourite due to the irritatingly repetitive Chuck Roberts vocal, which to be fair I was never very fond of. It's a shame really as it's a quite decent warehouse track. As others have already explained very eloquently, Nervous Acid is a one of a kind, deep, hypnotic, trippy, sinister acid house classic.

One of my favourites without question. Version is just sublime pure stripped down house music, unmistakably late s New York House or Deep House in fashion, fit both for dodgy basement type clubs where swinging a cat would not be advisable to behemoth cavernous warehouses.

Try listening to this on a quality gargantuan sound system and you'll hear what I mean. Still an all round timeless release in any case.

Reply Notify me 2 Helpful. RoyalKurt May 28, Report. I'm surprised about the number of people who have this, I guess at those times release were pressed by copies at least I guess.

Jaym01 October 8, Report. A great ep no doubt but the standout has to be Nervous acid I remember many bought it for this track , the poem was up there and still is also a great track a great ep from Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

Endorphin01 June 15, Report. I bought a copy of this bad boy recently mainly for "nervous acid". The recording of "nervous acid" on my copy is quite low compared to the other tunes. Does anyone else have the same issue with their copy? Could have easily been broken down into 4 still great 12". They just don't make them like this anymore. Not sure about the obsession for Nervous Acid though. It's a very good track, but one of my least favorites here. Let there be house and The Poem are, in my opinion, far better.

Frankie Bones played Let there be house and the Poem almost back to back in the UK at the Hacienda January 27, , so this must have come right around the new year. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. Who can forget the first time they heard that intro and bassline?

Peter Daou's keyboard work is absolutely stunning and just takes you into deep house heaven. The real hero or genius as some may say on this record is Peter Daou, he engineered and played keys on so many classic Nu Groove records. In my opinion he is one of the unsung heroes of house and doesnt get the credit he rightly deserves. Bobby Kondors is a genius!!