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430 West MS-10 (US 12")
Octave One: I Believe

Repress via UK; ‘Golden Era’ Detroit House cut by the Burden Bros. - Anthem alert!

Artless 2190 (D 12")
Reel By Real: Karma EP

Original Detroit Techno w/ classy Don Williams mixes (repress w/o sleeve)

KMS 007 (US 12")
Kreem: Triangle Of Love
KMS 017 (US 12")
Reese & Santonio: Truth Of Self Evidence

Repress via the UK; excellent, 1988 Detroit Techno-House

KMS 027 (US 12")

Repress via the UK; essential Carter/Farina/Nazuka 1989 Detroit classic

KMS 153 (US 12")
Reese: Just Want Another Chance

Reissue via UK; Kevin ’Reese’ Saunderson’s eternally inspirational ultra classic

KMS 155 (US 12")
Keynotes: Let’s Let’s Dance

Reissue via UK; 1987 Detroit Techno blueprint reissued - a Kevin Saunderson production

KMS RR 002-1 (US 12")
Kevin Saunderson: As E-Dancer - Heavenly Revisited Part 1

Issued via UK - E-Dancer’s ’Heavenly’ revisited, blown-up & optimised for the rave by the man himself

KMS RR 002-2 (US 12")
Kevin Saunderson: As E-Dancer - Heavenly Revisited Part 2

Issued via UK - E-Dancer’s ’Heavenly’ revisited, blown-up & optimised for the rave by the man himself

KMS RR 002-3 (US 12")
Kevin Saunderson: As E-Dancer - Heavenly Revisited Part 3

Issued via UK - E-Dancer’s ’Heavenly’ revisited, blown-up & optimised for the rave by the man himself

Residual 003 (US Do LP)

Minimalist, early Dan Bell reminiscent & classic, warm Detroit school Techno 1998 album

12" out of stock

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Robert Hood: Eleven

Perfectly crafted, effective, guaranteed fresh Techno by a true master

12" out of stock

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Monobox: Film

20th anniversary reissue - eternal, visionary Robert Hood production