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Patrik Skoog - Forty Four

Patrik Skoog - Forty Four

Musician: Patrik Skoog
Album title: Forty Four
Style: Techno
Released: 2005
Country: Germany
Size MP3 version: 1436 mb
Size APE version: 1212 mb
Size WMA version: 1938 mb
Rating ✫: 4.5
Votes: 604
Genre: Electronic

Patrik Skoog - Forty Four

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A Ghost
B1 Xtro
B2 Loop 1
B3 Loop 2
B4 Loop 3
B5 Loop 4

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  • Mastered At – Curve Pusher
  • Pressed By – MPO


  • Mastered By – Sam*

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AUDIO 044-6 Patrik Skoog Forty Four ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Fine Audio Recordings AUDIO 044-6 Germany 2005


In my opinion, this is the absolute pinnacle of Patrik Skoog's recording opus. After years of churning out 12" on many techno power houses, abundant certified club killers and a few proper classics in his hydraulic, trundling and well rounded tribal style, he really topped it off like only a drilled and experienced veteran can.Ghost, maybe a career high, is a ten minute celebration of all the facets of the harder, mechanical sides of techno. Kicking off with an industrial off beat flavor, it drives and leads to a well deserved break where a tuneful haunting lead takes upon itself the duty of levitating the self-actuating mechanism of Ghost to a whole new level of intensity when the music suddenly breaks into a devastating four on the floor grand finale of an exceptional and astonishing degree. Most certainly one of the most challenging, darkest yet most rewarding tracks of his.Xtro brings the fabulous gas fuelled tribal engine stuff Skoog has been known for delivering. And trust me, this is one of his more inspired moments. As effective and memorable as his Template and Submissions vinyls, and if you've heard those, you are bound to know that means something. A trammeling sequence emphasized by a medieval monastery chant like eerie passage during the break, all of which is kept in check by steel core projectile drums beating the living daylights out of anything in its path, followed closely by the relentless infantry snare march. Who on earth will mind if it has been done before and if Patrik is using the formula which got him to where he is today in the first place? I'd be as self confident and say Xtro is the ideal track to depict the essence and power of his sound. It tosses you in an aural vortex packed with multiple builds and massive percussion drops crowds use to lose it to.I don't think you can really afford to miss out on this release.