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Unknown Merv Pepler/Eat Static tracks, 1991-92

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Old 20th January 2019, 01:14 PM
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Default Unknown Merv Pepler/Eat Static tracks, 1991-92

Hi All,
It's (almost) out of question that these tracks were done by Merv Pepler (Eat Static), but I didn't find them anywhere on the Eat Static albums/singles (I listened through everything I could from them before 1994). Could be a side project or unreleased tracks (probably due to uncleared samples)?

However as these are from a mixtape (the first 4 tracks on side A), they are probably not _that_ rare.
https://mixtapearkivet.org/arkivet/d...lson/mta-0191/

Any input would be greatly appreciated - thanks!

Edit: SOLVED - these tracks are unreleased ... confirmed by the artist!
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File Type: mp3 eatstatic1.mp3 (1.37 MB, 42 views)
File Type: mp3 eatstatic2.mp3 (1.38 MB, 40 views)
File Type: mp3 eatstatic3.mp3 (1.37 MB, 42 views)
File Type: mp3 eatstatic4.mp3 (1.37 MB, 26 views)

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Old 22nd January 2019, 02:03 PM
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I think you may be correct about cleared samples, this release under a pseudonym (Cosmic Journey Project) has the exact sample from ID1 but is different

Cosmic Journey Project - Bassprobe
https://www.discogs.com/Cosmic-Journ...release/206945

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Old 23rd January 2019, 10:27 AM
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Oh yes, thanks for the input!!! In fact, this exact CJP track was the next on the mixtape, after the four Eat Static unknowns - further confirming that these unknowns are indeed Eat Static related.
Again, the tracklisting of the mixtape so far:

?DJ Drop? - Bless The Beat #3 (1991)

Side A:
MP3 download: https://mixtapearkivet.org/wp-conten...2017-03-23.mp3
00:00 - Eat Static - Unreleased Track #1
06:18 - Eat Static - Unreleased Track #2
11:40 - Eat Static - Unreleased Track #3
16:01 - Eat Static - Unreleased Track #4
19:33 - Cosmic Journey Project - Bassprobe
26:24 - ?
31:36 - Phantasm - Bass Movement
35:10 - ?
42:41 - No Vocals Necessary Movement - The Plankappella

Side B:
MP3 download: https://mixtapearkivet.org/wp-conten...2017-03-23.mp3
00:00 - Master Techno - Check It Out
04:35 - ? [possibly Komakino or related?]
08:52 - ?
10:18 - ? [sounds like a remix of 08:52]
17:23 - Human Resource - The Joke (Remix Version)
23:53 - Physical Motion - Dance The Ripper [unknown version, not on the 12"]
29:48 - ?
34:09 - ?
43:04 - No Vocals Necessary Movement - The Plankappella (end of the track)
43:48 - No Vocals Necessary Movement - Objectivated Accident

Thanks: Groovesection, Ageofhouse, Kammie !!!

If 50% or more of the tracks will be identified, I'll create an entry for this on MixesDB. On the other hand I have tried asking around on the Ozric Tentacles forum and someone suggested I could try contacting Eat Static through their facebook (which is an excellent idea!)

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Old 23rd January 2019, 04:55 PM
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Sorry for the poor help, but contacting Eat Static is a superb idea, I contacted DJ Brisk on Twitter a couple of years ago and he ID'd a track for me within 2 hours! So I would certainly contact Merv (Eat Static) via social media, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain, and boy do you post some awesome tracks for ID
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Old 23rd January 2019, 05:05 PM
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Track at 35mins on side A is one I know/have- driving me mad trying to recall it, I'll have a good dig around tonight.
Side B link is 404
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Well, I wrote to Merv/Eat Static, will see whether there is a response... Oh... thank you! As for the tunes, I think the credit goes mainly to Mixtape Arkivet and their donors, it's a VAST archive (from Goa to Ibiza to Detroit and everything between!) and of course everyone here at Tune ID, the knowledge people have here is just AMAZING! (I wish there would be a Tune ID / Discogs oldskool techno meetup party somewhere - I'd buy the plane ticket immediately!) ... (oops, edited the link to the Side B mp3!)
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Alright - Merv kindly wrote back on FB and told he remembers these tracks from back then but they never got released. I quite like these tracks and wish they were available in better quality but I'm afraid that won't happen soon - but who knows...
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Damn thats a pity. eatstatic3 is so pumping strong. Proper tune!

Anyway.. 1st tune on side B is 'Master Techno Vol. 1 - Check It Out

https://www.discogs.com/Master-Techn.../master/168939
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31.36 = Phantasm - Bass Movement
https://www.discogs.com/Phantasm-Bas...release/123513
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Thanks guys, excellent job as always!
We are at well over 50% so I created an entry on MixesDB (and also updated the tracklist in the previous post):
https://www.mixesdb.com/w/1991_-_Unk...t_3_(MTA_0191)

Yeah, I also wish these Eat Static tracks won't remain on the shelf (for too long at least)
Hopefully the remaining tracks will also be found at some point, I like the first few tracks on Side B!

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Sorry buddy, no damn luck finding it (track at 35mins side A)

Been looking on Discogs all evening (Diki Records etc)
It is clearly a different mix of this audio clip, so if anyone can ID this then it will lead to the 12"

I was sure it was on Diki, but could also be another Belgian or even Dutch label.

So annoying
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Yes, that sounds like the same track... I also can't ID it but it might be found by someone at some point. Thanks for trying though!
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