The ReWind series exists as merely an aid in the discovery (or rather, rediscovery) of the unintentionally forgotten, or the often overlooked tracks of yesteryear.
It’s been a while since the last, proper acid Friday throwback, but it’ll all be fixed via what I’ve prepared for you folks this week.
Crafted by George Saunders, Acid Air Raid was one of many hits from this UK acid legend. Released in 1994 under the Cochi’s Chewns imprint, it landed in at number 4 in the label’s back catalogue and came in two versions: the original and a limited edition red vinyl. The colour of this vinyl is a very good indication of how the track sounds, with its delightful bell-like melody and drums and, of course, the immense 303 presence one can expect from a track of this type. Although all four versions included are enjoyable in their own way, George’s All- Nighter mix is the one that’ll most definitely keep you up. I thought it was nigh on impossible for an acid track of this length to keep me entertained, but damn was I wrong.
Until next week, here’s something to keep you up at night:
Country: UK / Style: Acid Trance / Year: 1994 / Label: Cochi’s Chewns
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ReWind returns next Friday. 😀