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Planet-Core dot com / Re: Errors or additions concerning the discography
« on: November 06, 2011, 01:20:10 PM »

At least copyright reads 1996 on my copy.

Newsflash / Re: Mover interview @ datacide
« on: October 17, 2010, 10:50:55 PM »
Ilsa Gold on Cold Rush. Strange, but Funny vision. In some way realy not fixing...
That struck my attention as well. But I guess that was very similar to their Gasometertrax material (released the same year as the interview was conducted in) - if it even weren't these same tracks actually.
These are unlike their previous stuff, lacking persiflage 'n chipmunks, quite dark, industrial-esque giant-hall-sound, bold shouts... does very well fit PCP. Enough so that Marc put one track on Slaves to the Rave 2.

Time Machine / PCP, motherfucker!!! - Live @ Terror Temple - 28.01.1994
« on: October 11, 2010, 11:39:27 AM »
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Footage of the liveshow at the FFM Festhalle in early '94.
This is where "The Phuture (Part 1 - Live In FFM)" was recorded.

Kudos to Communiqations again for this excellent job!

Newsflash / Official PCP site on MS
« on: August 12, 2010, 07:30:05 AM »
Apparently official PCP site on MySpace, featuring live sets, photos and links to MS sites of its members such as The Mover and Pan.

Time Machine / Re: PCP @ HR3 Clubnight 1993.10.23
« on: February 11, 2010, 02:55:34 PM »
I just recently checked some circulating versions (not the complete set of about 2:56 though) and put up a tracklist here:

Fill-ins welcome!

Time Machine / Re: PCP Live @ Mayday - The Judgement Day 30.04.1993
« on: January 07, 2010, 12:15:47 PM »
Radical - the amount of energy in that place...
A peak moment of Techno.

Though they've played 15 (+) minutes indeed, not cut down prematurely.
Some crew douches even approach Aca twice during the set reminding him to stay in time.

Still no surprise to have been raging after this, especially when just been starting that great version of 9mm.

Frontal Frustration / PCP - what else...? (Live gigs)
« on: September 04, 2009, 03:51:10 PM »
Does someone have a list of live appearances of "PCP" (the act/band, not any other artist or alter ego from the Planet Core Productions horde, like Marshall Masters, Rave Creator, the Aca himself etc.)?

...or at least knows exactly in which years they were active? I know about live gigs from 1993-1995, and that it was disbanded by 1996 already. Anything more?

Planet-Core dot com / PCP Label History
« on: July 17, 2009, 12:32:33 AM »

I recently made a lot of updates at PCP (the label) on Discogs, which may be relevant for as well.
The initiator was finding that no PCP release actually has the LP suffix printed to their catalog numbers (etchings/matrix numbers are a different story), except for FFM Trax 1. It's been a way to differentiate the dually used cat-numbers, but these are not the real ones, at least not found printed.
What happened is that AMV, the first distributor of PCP and DE 2001 from 1990 on, closed down in '91, after which they decided to relaunch PCP. Following that the catalog number system was reworked like this:

The previous
PCP 009 (Alien Christ - Of Suns And Moons) was declared to be PCP 002
PCP 013 (RPO - 1991) to PCP 003
PCP 015 (FBI - The Futureworld E.P.) to PCP 004
(none of the above printed on the according release though)
PCP 001 and 006 (the Mescas) just stayed, FFM Trax 1 seems to be refered to as PCP LP/CD 1.
The rest of the AMV back catalogue was apparently abandoned, the double label releases just refered to by their DE 2001 numbers.
That way they are found listed at FFM Trax booklets.

From there on they continued it through again, PCP 005 (The Mover - Frontal Sickness Part 1) and PCP LP/CD 2 (FFM Trax 2) being the next releases after AMV in late '91, followed in '92 by 007, 008 et al.
An idea would be to split the PCP discography in AMV and post-AMV ones, similar to the current LP and non-LP branches.
By that there'd be a better arrangement available than the chronological disorder at Discogs.


Frontal Frustration / Re: planet phuture - what speed?
« on: February 22, 2009, 05:49:58 PM »
to me, 33 makes much more sense cuz it fits to the slower style of the mover... plus at 45 the part where the unrhytmic drums begin sounds way too fast then...

Indeed, considering this is 1992, and even comparing it with the Resistance D inspiration. The faster beat may work well for later years & ears, but the remaining rhythmic elements would be quite too clattered and generally killing off the atmosphere.

But for those who want it official, it's featured on the Belgium edition of FFM Trax 4 (CD), according to which it's definitely a 33 ⅓ piece. I just recently happened to change it on Discogs.

There are also records where 33 is written but has to be 45 or vice versa :boogie:

I was quite surprised when I first listened to Gangstar Toons Industry 2 on its CD re-release, indicating it was played "too fast" by me for a decade, despite what's written on the vinyl... what a crap record it actually was intended to be.

Time Machine / Re: pcp live act@mayday 1993 germany
« on: September 13, 2008, 12:40:20 PM »
Marc posted on the hardcoreboard that there is as well another video, recorded from the side, which is about 2 minutes longer.
That's probably the one by Wells, while this here is made by DJ Valium.

The angle here is perfect though - the PCP mob carpet-bombing the Mayday with its 16.000 people down into the ground right in front of those giant Death-Star-attack-like lasers, swirling wafts of fog creeping onwards while haunted by howling oscillators...

Endzeit excellence.
"Judgment Day" couldn't be more appropriate.

Frontal Frustration / Re: pcp related mayday video
« on: September 13, 2008, 11:51:49 AM »
the strange thing is, it is a short clip of a DJ doing a set that consists almost entirable of pcp tunes! at mayday!
Same could be said about Cirillo at Mayday 6, Tanith also played a couple of PCP tunes there (FFM Anthem)... I think 6 Million Was To Die was heard at this evening as well.

t-bone castro i think
His brother Nasty Django with his Fuck Beats.

Frontal Frustration / Re: the mover - alien underground?
« on: May 30, 2008, 09:09:18 PM »
too bad these "sick ambient" mescalinium united tracks never got released! (on a second thought, maybe jupiter pulse was part of these tracks - which is an absolutely brilliant track in my opinion.)
Apart from being the closest thing and an exceptional track in many ways indeed,
Quote from: The Mover
No beats, deeper sound and very sick vibe to it.
this seems to be even more down there...
Anyway, good to see you back.

Reading that old interview and its announcements is just reminding how far PCP's back catalogue ist really just the tip of the iceberg... thanks for bringin' it up again.

Most Wanted Bootleg / Re: Wantlists!
« on: June 01, 2007, 12:57:32 AM »
Looking for PCP (entire camp, not only -but especially- that act) live-sets from 1993-95.
Only Live-P.A.s, no DJ-Sets. Audio and/or video.

I've got a number of PCP (and related) sets to trade incl. videos, like one of the infamous "CoCoRiCÚ Memo" ones.


PCP logo shirt (slim logo, not the "Today,..." one)
Kotzaak logo shirt
Bloody Fist logo shirt (old logo)

All: black cloth, big white front print, size M or L.
Store links welcome.

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