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Tracklist

1Train-Trac (The Day After [MV's Mix])3:45
2Train-Trac (Kaboose)13:46
3Train-Trac (Train-Abuse)7:55
4Train-Trac (Drum-Trac 2)6:16
5Train-Trac (Bajack)
Edited By – Mark Gage
8:11

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WAP 38, WARP 38FUSE Train-Tracs ‎(12")Warp Records, Warp RecordsWAP 38, WARP 38UK1993
WAP38 LTD, WAP 38, WARP 38FUSE Train-Tracs ‎(12", Ltd, Num, Whi)Warp Records, Warp Records, Warp RecordsWAP38 LTD, WAP 38, WARP 38UK1993
PLUS8133F.U.S.E. Train-Tracs (25th Anniversary Edition) ‎(6xFile, WAV, RE, RM)Plus 8 RecordsPLUS8133UK2019
WAP 38F.U.S.E. Train Tracs ‎(12", W/Lbl)Warp RecordsWAP 38UK1993
TVT 8708-0Fuse Train-Tracs ‎(12")Wax Trax! Records, TVT RecordsTVT 8708-0US1993

Credits

  • ArtworkThe Designers Republic Fly-Ichneumon
  • Cover [Different Planes Of Atmosphere 1992]Matthew Hawtin
  • Producer, Written-By, Edited ByRichie Hawtin

Notes

All tracks written, produced + edited at U.T.K., Windsor, Canada except track 4 edited in Vapour Space. Released in a slimline jewel case.

℗ + © 1993 Plus 8 under licence to Warp Records.
Made in England.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021603 038028
  • Barcode (String): 5021603038028
  • Matrix / Runout: WAP38CD 10252131 01 & MADE IN U.K. BY PDO

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Plus 8 Records
  • Copyright (c) – Plus 8 Records
  • Made By – PDO, UK – 10252131
  • Licensed To – Warp Records
  • Produced At – UTK
  • Edited At – UTK

Video

Info

Train-Trac The Day After. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Rock Instrumental Violin. FUSE Train-Tracs. Sello: Warp Records WAP 38CD. A good single taken off my all-time favourite album. That said, I never really rated Train Trac. 1 but Richie Hawtin does some tricks here, from the 13 minute ambientacid Kaboose mix, to the electromagnetic The Day After. Mark Gage's remix is excellent too. Не сейчас. Fuse - Train-tracs 1993 Train abuse. Richie Hawtin. INgrooves и другие авторские общества 1. Train Tracs. CD Single. Fuse Format: Audio CD. New from. Used from. Audio CD, Single, November 16, 1993. Please retry. Train-Trac, 06:42. Train-Abuse, 07:55. The Day After, 03:45. Both albums were originally released under Hawtins FUSE moniker in 1993. Also included in Dimensions is a previously unreleased album Computer Space recorded in 1993, prints of artwork by Richies brother Matthew Hawtin and a booklet of historical text and imagery. It's released on 14 April and is available for pre-order now. Listen free to . Train-Tracs Train Trac Train-Abuse, Train Trac Kaboose and more. The idea of a racing train, its technology driven force and vocation of pushing forward was a representation of what still motivates Hawtin. Through a relentless pursuit ofListen free to . 5 tracks 39:43. Alongside the success of Dimension Intrusion Hawtin released a remix EP with varying permutations of Train-Trac. This release, only on Warp Records, contained reinterpretations of the original track, which combined his love of stripped down Chicago Acid House and percussion driven Detroit Techno. Album 2019 6 Songs. Techno 2019

Download FUSE - Train-Tracs FLAC

Performer: FUSE

Title: Train-Tracs

Country: UK

Release date: 27 Sep 1993

Label: Warp Records

Style: Techno

Catalog: WAP 38CD

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1857 mb

Size FLAC: 1481 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 428

Record source: CD, Single

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Nahn
A good single taken off my all-time favourite album. That said, I never really rated "Train Trac.1" but Richie Hawtin does some tricks here, from the 13 minute ambient/acid "Kaboose" mix, to the electromagnetic "The Day After". Mark Gage's remix is excellent too.

I picked it up on white vinyl at the time and missed those two mixes, but Warpmart seemed to find a whole batch of the CD singles down the back of the sofa a few years ago so I scooped it up at long last...
Nahn
A good single taken off my all-time favourite album. That said, I never really rated "Train Trac.1" but Richie Hawtin does some tricks here, from the 13 minute ambient/acid "Kaboose" mix, to the electromagnetic "The Day After". Mark Gage's remix is excellent too.

I picked it up on white vinyl at the time and missed those two mixes, but Warpmart seemed to find a whole batch of the CD singles down the back of the sofa a few years ago so I scooped it up at long last...