Montag, 22. Juni 2020

Monday's Long Song

Face a Shining Future: A Conversation with Underworld's Karl Hyde ...

Back in 1995 Underworld released Born Slippy as a single not knowing what will happen to this song. Released as just another song in the rave ear this song was known as the trademark of rave after it was on the soundtrack of Trainspotting the great movie based on Irvine Welsh's novel about the drug scene in Edinburgh. In Born Slippy the highs and low-pressure areas of a whole era banged on each other. The absent-mindedness of the dance and drunkenness, famous „being fallen in love in nothing“ and the depression afterwards which got again in the reality melted within 04:24 minutes (single version) to the symbol of the hedonistic 1990's years. This song functioned in the bedroom, in the pub, in the club and in the stadium. Not only this song lead me to a new kind of music and I am glad about this.

Underworld - Born Slippy

1 Kommentar:

drew hat gesagt…

A great tune Walter but for me nothing they they have ever done has come close to Rez