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Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel album flac

Performer: Ed Rush & Optical
Title: Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel
Country: UK
Released: 2002
Style: Drum n Bass
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 966
Other formats: WMA APE AUD VQF AA DXD MP4

Complete your Ed Rush & Optical, Universal Project collection. This remix of pac-man is a straight up dancefloor bomb.

Find more tracks by Ed Rush & Optical, Universal Project and more releases on Virus Recordings. Ed Rush & Optical, Universal Project. Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix), Vessel - Virus.

In stock now for same day shipping. Pacman (Ram Trilogy remix). Ed Rush & Optical - "Pacman" (Ram Trilogy remix). Side 2. 1. Universal Project - "Vessel".

Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix). Ed Rush & Optical. Released: 20 May 2002. 2002 Virus Recordings.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

Ed Rush & Optical Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix)
Universal Project Vessel

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VRS010 Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel ‎(12") Virus Recordings VRS010 UK 2002
VRS-010 Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Origin Unknown Remix) / Vessel ‎(12", Promo, Sti) Virus Recordings VRS-010 UK 2002
VRS 010 Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel ‎(12", Promo) Virus Recordings VRS 010 UK 2002
VRS010 Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel ‎(12", RP) Virus Recordings VRS010 UK 2007
VRS010 Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project Ed Rush & Optical / Universal Project - Pacman (Ram Trilogy Remix) / Vessel ‎(12", Ltd, Pic) Virus Recordings VRS010 UK 2013


Reviews (8)
just one girl
Top class mastering, my copy is very loud sound crisp! Very powerfull (VESSEL BY UNIVERSAL PTOJECT)

Ventelone
It doesnt get much better than this, both sides are off the hook

Thofyn
Vessel was the one. Probably my favourite UP tune. I never really got on with the Pacman RMX. Love Vessel and love the arrangement of the tune.. Second drop is hard as Fck.

Malogamand
Most people I know with a copy of this rinse out the Pac-Man remix which was a favourite of the likes of Mampi Swift, Andy C & just about every other DJ worth his salt at the time. For me, it is all about the B-Side, I can't actually recall a time when I've played the A Side as Vessel overpowers it so much. It starts off with heavy beats with atmospheric screechy pads & introduces more percussion as the tune progresses.. It eventually drops after a tense breakdown, but this is still only the beginning.. Crazy appregiated synth lines bubble ferociously beneath the surface, getting fiercer & fiercer until 64 bars in, carnage is let loose. Progressive Tech DnB at its finest!! Absolute killer track

Narim
These are both killer dancefloor tunes. The epic stomping pacman remix probably is the best remix work Ram Trilogy ever did, and vessel could be seen as one of the first tracks sounding like the current hard technoid/ neuro, and one of the best at that. Virus never released anything after this where both sides were as good.

Valawye
Vessel is a very outstanding and highly innovative tune that pushed the borders of Drum n Bass, while the a-side is just an average remix by producers who had their most productive time years ago.

Nirn
I respectfully disagree. Ram Trilogy's remix of Pacman completely elevates the original and has decimated every dancefloor I have unleashed it on for over 10 years. This record never leaves my bag.

Uthergo
This remix of pac-man is a straight up dancefloor bomb. The first time I heard it I swear I could have wet my pants, a minute or two into the song the drums drop entirely and you're left with a big rumbling bassline and some filthy, FILTHY acid riffs and the moment the drums kick back in the tune is in full swing. Calling this track a behemoth is the only way it can be discribed. It's flat out madness. Vessel, the b-side doesn't diserve to be the flip to such an awesome tune.

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