Porter Ricks - Anguilla Electrica 2017

Anguilla Electrica – 2017 DE 2×12″ Black Vinyl


Edition: 180g 2xLP Black Vinyl
Speed: A/C:45 rpm B/D:33 ⅓ rpm
Catalogue No: TRESOR295
Barcode: 6 66017 31686 4
Matrix A: BH79780-01 A1 TRESOR 295 A1 SIMON – THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix B: BH79780-01 B1 TRESOR 295 B1 SIMON – THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix A: BH79780-02 C1 TRESOR 295 C1 SIMON – THE EXCHANGE VINYL
Matrix B: BH79780-02 D1 TRESOR 295 D1 SIMON – THE EXCHANGE VINYL


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  1. If you were an electronic music or techno enthusiast, even if you hated electronic music especially techno — you ought to get yourself a few Tresor vinyl releases which have been mastered and cut by Simon Davey at The Exchange Vinyl.

    Like his contemporaries at The Exchange, London such as the legendary Nilz and Mike March — the jaw-dropping dynamics will impress the hell out of you!

    The sub-bass is felt rather than heard while the highs are airy. The super wide soundstage is clear and spacious without compression. Those tracks on Side A and C are even more impressive cut at 45 rpm…

    I am lucky to have just a handful of them in my collection and they easily make up my list of the best sounding records. I use them to test my system.

    The Optimal Media pressing for this Porter Ricks’ 2xLP Anguilla Electrica is just perfect!

Max

Turntable: Pioneer Exclusive P10 Cartridge: Shelter 7000 SUT: Shelter 407 Type II Phono Stage: Manley Chinook Tubes: 4x NOS Amperex 7308