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MessageSujet: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Mer 28 Jan 2009 - 12:25

Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL



Country: Czech Republic
Released: 2008
Genre: Electronic
Style: Hardtek
Size: 72MB
Qality: 222kbit (VBR), 44100Hz Stereo
Lenght: 42:47
Notes: My older set recorded at home, played at our private parties during year 2008 in different variation. As usuall there are some mistakes, but its not so bad . Enjoy the beats And sorry for Narkotek track jocolor

Tracklist:
01. Sustain Release - Xplosion
02. Metek - Untitled
03. Labo14 - Batixa
04. Meloops - Fougiz
05. DN13 - Pufutut
06. Melly - There Crazy
07. Mathef - Sliced Agent
08. Suburbass - Boucle Mental
09. MSD - Fornikation
10. Labo14 - Kortime
11. Weser - Untitled
12. Osmik - Useless Pressure
13. Ben - A Still Hardcore
14. Roms aka Harry Potard - Salt Lemon Fairy
15. MSD - Bulgarian Mystery

http://rapidshare.com/files/187004472/Hitman_-_Sounds_Of_TeKnivaL.mp3.html

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 29 Jan 2009 - 10:19

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Ven 30 Jan 2009 - 14:04

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Ven 30 Jan 2009 - 16:32

Sound of teknival is a registered name by techno import shop....

The fuck techno import mix: http://www.creationforge.com/en/The_Fuck_Techno_Import_Mix

The story:

Citation :



Teknival - Summer Thunder












A Paris based record shop & distribution company called Techno Import have ‘officially’ registered the name Teknival as their own using the cover name of Cyborg Productions.
This shameless act of plagiarism follows a mysterious CD deal with
Network 23 (another french based company formerly dealing with their
own label and other small independents). The highly controversial CD
has been heavily advertised on TV as Spiral Tribe - The Sound of Teknival. They initially also the registered the name Spiral Tribe but relinquished it after a short and intense battle
The implications of this cladestine business deal are far reaching & deeply damaging to European Teknival groups and Network 23, who, it is rumoured, in France brought the trouble upon themselves, & have since ceased trading.
Teknival was started by the Spirals in the summer of ‘93, the first being held on the 23rd of July at Beauvais
in northern France. The idea behind it , as the name suggests, is an
independent free festival of techno music & art. The out-door - no
door-policy means an open invitation for all to participate. As you
would expect such a party principle proves very popular & the
concept has spread Europe-wide, escalating on all fronts. Now across
the summer you can find (if you know where to look) large numbers of
sound systems hidden in the wilds, from Holland to Portugal, Wales to
Czech.
Now as in the future, with the EEC’s new monolithic burocracy poised to
take control & the power drunk capitalist system holding the world
to ransom, Teknival
has become something of a haven and testing ground for new ideas. It is
a source of originality & potential as well as much needed point of
multi-racial contact. Hounded by right-wing governmental policies it
has, so far, survived, conceiving & nurturing many creative
directions, Teknival is one of the very few free spaces left.
I was recently in Paris & had the opportunity to confront one of the owners of Techno Import
known only as ‘Mazen’. He denied all knowledge of the matter and
refused to make any other comment before hurriedly disappearing. I did
however manage to get brief comments from Network 23 who incidentally since then have packed up and moved out of Paris.
“Remember that people do get fucked in the system, that’s why it’s
important to create your own scene. Don’t give away or sell your
rights.” (Wise after the event.)
“Don’t buy the CD - Boycott the shop.” (A case perhaps of bolting the
door after the horse has bolted, since 20-30’000 CD’s were manufactured
& possibly already sold.)
Is it a sign of the times that money can buy you what is not yours to
buy? What little free space is left on this planet. I for one intend to
defend - & a pen will do for starters! And so for that reason I’d
like to shed a little light on the situation, as I was once involved
with the Network & believe that there’s a big difference between
what Network 23 began as & what Network 23 became. From Ashes, to ashes.
I became disillusioned very early on with the whole set-up. The
original concept was a very solid one, built on a strong ideology &
4 years frontline experience. The idea was to form an independent
collective network that put the artist/musician directly in touch with
the “end user” via a one-step distribution web that cut out the
exploitative middle-men. This was especially useful to artists such as
ourselves who were producing small quantities of vinyl with equally
small budgets.
As I travelled Europe I realised that we were in a unique position to
distribute direct, not just for ourselves but for other small labels. I
felt that this was an important antidote to the main-stream
stranglehold & a much needed outlet that would give artists
opportunities & benefits that they otherwise may not have. It also
at the other end delivered to the listening public new &
stimulating ideas.
So we pooled our know-how & resources & began to put our grand
plan into action. I remember we had been living in Berlin &
although we had recently left, felt it would be a good place to return
to set up HQ, because of its central position & explosive energy.
The German authorities had just taken the decision to relocate the
capital from Bonn to Berlin, so from one moment to the next the city
sprang from a frozen, motionless position on the blocks, to a sudden
sprint with massive overnight backing & rebuilding programs. The
wall was long gone, but ideologies still clashed, crime was rife, &
squatters rioted with police to defend the unclaimed streets.
We met up with other interested groups there & negotiated office
and storage space. It seemed all set to happen, but that is really as
far as the original idea got. Suddenly people wanted to go into very
different directions. Two of the others involved decided to settle down
in Paris, and so the Berlin strategy was abandonned. We decided to try
and reorganise - they would run the european side and I would take care
of Britain, others travelling further afield, taking in the easterly
extremes.
But it wasn’t meant to be, from the outset it was plagued with
problems, and sadly most of them were internal - unresolved differences
of opinion meant of course that the ideology and art were the first to
go. There was an attempted coup by some of the others to register
themselves as company directors, funds that we had all worked for were
no longer available for collective projects (although the “collective”
guise was outwardly maintained). Manufacturing was moved to the Czech
Republic to increase profits and the quality dropped to near silence.
But of course the records still sold because it was “the Sound of the
Underground” (muffled as it was) and people were duped into thinking
that this was what Spiral Tribe was all about. People really believed in the tribe and its alternative culture, and Network 23 just exploited that reputation.
It wasn’t just the buying public that were fooled either, a lot of the
artists with serious talent and creative drive were taken in by it -
wanting to believe in the ideals that were no longer there - I was one
of them. Even if anyone had wanted to change anything for the better,
they couldn’t because there was no mechanism for change. The few had
complete control and were going to keep it.
The final blow to the Network’s credibility came when they started to
offload the bulk of their vinyl to commercial distributors (Techno Import for example) while still maintaining the “independent distributor” facade.
From that point on I had little or nothing to do with it as I could no
longer champion a cause I no longer believed in, and I could not waste
any more of my time working with a collective that did not exist. For
me the great tragedy of it all was the terrible waste. Because even if
it had nothing else going for it (and it had its moments!) Network 23
had a great opportunity to do what it set out to do. To build, develop
and maintain a genuinely independent front-line network. Instead those
who took control seemed more interested in being big fish in a small pool and ended up feeding themselves to the sharks at Techno Import.
There are of course many lessons to be learned from this incident, and
I leave each reader to draw their own conclusions. But beyond these
lessons there is still the urgent problem caused by a minority’s self
interest and that is, that an important pirate signal has been
corrupted - and unless those (who realise the implications) respond, we
may well realise, only too late, that great movements and opportunities
such as Teknival have been eroded - not just by governmental bogeymen, but also by the squanderings of a few and the apathy of the many.
It’s clear to me now in the light of these events, and my own
experience that what is now firmly on the agenda is a finely tuned
cellular strategy, based on personal responsibility, individual
creative control, and a highly developed personal interface which
enables maximum effectiveness when dealing with other individual
systems. Once, even a relatively small number of projects (whatever
they may be) are up and running in this way, a strongly diverse and
autonomous structure will inevitably develop. Dead wood rots and new
roots grow deep.



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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Sam 31 Jan 2009 - 9:48

grossalkon™: Nice, nice but I dont get a point Question You think that Iam interested in some copyright rules? Very Happy This name comes to my mind just for fun, not to steal somebody names Shocked

edit: And I have "s" in "Sounds" so... what? Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Sam 31 Jan 2009 - 13:42

I will report to spiral tribe and you have many problems....




lol i'm joking....


No, it's not against you, i think you're not interrested in some copyright rules...

It's just to tell the story... when I saw this name I was amused...
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Sam 31 Jan 2009 - 14:38

grossalkon™: For a moment I think you are serious Very Happy . I recorded this set about one week after one teknival, so thats why it come to my mind Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Sam 31 Jan 2009 - 16:42

So you're from cz, you use what equipment?

I listen, and I'll say what I think...

Do not expect a nice comments, my name means bigdirtymotherfucker....
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Dim 1 Fév 2009 - 12:31

one can carry your dialogue, I very well did not understand, I think
that your mix and check, but composed of too modern hardtech has my
gout! and in France these discs, are played everywhere, but good nice
work really and this always pleases to listen to sound besides.

otherwise to have a maximum of comments, it is necessary to comment on
the other artists, as well in mix as in live as for instance:

http://frakatek.zikforum.com/live-f20/1frastucture-avc-banque-de-sample-202-t3386.htm




otherwise
good continuance

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Dim 1 Fév 2009 - 12:46

I have not the level to speak english with your so : Hitman ce mix dechire, la musique a 37 min avec le melodie de noel c est du lourd

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Dim 1 Fév 2009 - 15:20

AstrOsYm a écrit:
I have not the level to speak english with your so

Fais un petit effort, ce n'est pas bien dur non plus, t'as l'air d'avoir les bases.....




AstrOsYm a écrit:
: Hitman ce mix dechire, la musique a 37 min avec le melodie de noel c est du lourd

Thankssss

Translation:

Hitman: this mix is on top, the music to 37 min with the christmas melody, it's very great....
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 13:17

grossalkon™: To be honest, I dont remember what equipment I used to made this. Its been a long time, almost year and many joints passed through . Sometimes I used T3 DJ Studio, sometimes clasic vinyls, sometimes both together Smile. And thx for translation Smile .

soon otk: Yes, yes I understand. I though we talked about this at my last post Wink . But hell, I must record something that you dont know Very Happy . It will be a problem, but I try Wink And about comments.. ok.. Ill try my best Smile

AstrOsYm: Thanks for reference Smile Enjoy others mixes That part at 37min with x-mas melodies is also my favorite Wink
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 17:54

on the contrary I find that you have a good technology!!! it is really
many our days!!!! make us blown up the wholesale trade to soundbomber
has tchekitchek tendency in our ear (soundbomber it is the
quality-label deals which breaks down 02 especially!!)
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 20:37

mdr les franglais speakers !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 20:40

my post translated : lol the persons who speak two languages on the same time Very Happy:D



je sais je fait pas mieu lol cest pas grave ( i'm outside Smile )
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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 20:43

serieu soon cest trop drole
Citation :
on the contrary
Citation :
too modern hardtech has my gout!

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MessageSujet: Re: Hitman - Sounds Of TeKnivaL   Jeu 12 Fév 2009 - 20:46

merci voila traduction Laughing
on fait ce quon peu avc ce quon a , si il comprend cest le principale ... Laughing
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