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Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II Album

Performer: Basic Channel
Genre: Electronic
Title: Phylyps Trak II
Country: Germany
Released: Sep 1994
Style: Techno, Dub Techno, Minimal
Label: Basic Channel
Catalog Number: BC 09
FLAC version ZIP size: 2306 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1832 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2631 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 669


1Phylyps Trak II/I12:12
2Phylyps Trak II/II13:04


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BC 09Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II ‎(12", RP)Basic ChannelBC 09GermanyUnknown
BC-09Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II ‎(12", RM)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008
BC-09Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II ‎(2xFile, FLAC)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008
BC 09Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II ‎(12", RE, RP, Cle)Basic ChannelBC 09Germany2003
BC-09Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): BC 09
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): BC Ø9


  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation


Basic Channel 컬렉션을 완성하세요. 트랙 목록. Phylyps Trak III. Phylyps Trak IIII. 버전 6. Album 1994 2 Songs. Phylyps Trak II. Basic Channel. Electronic 1994. 2 Songs, 26 Minutes. Released 1994. 1994 Basic Channel. Album 1993 2 Songs. 2 Songs, 25 Minutes. Released: Dec 31, 1993. More By Basic Channel. Phylyps Trak IiIi. Bcd-2. Release Date 2008-04-04. Label Basic Channel. Catalog 827670742661. This second Phylyps Trak record reaches more epic proportions, lasting up to ten minutes on each side. Not quite as inventive or harsh as the first record, but this sequel does take the sound to more minimal extremes, resulting in a sense of dizzying repetition that seems to never end its disorienting loops. Listen online to Basic Channel - phylyps trak ii and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and Channel - Phylyps Trak II. On this page you can download song Basic Channel - Phylyps Trak II in mp3 and listen online. Electronic Experimental. Bleep Guide To Electronic Music. Phylyps Trak is a music album by Basic Channel released in 1993. This album is rated in the top 25 of all albums on . BASIC CHANNEL phylyps trak 12 INCH EX BC02, vinyl, techno, Germany, 1993, single Condition: Used. Time left: 14d 5h 56m 9s Ships to: Worldwide. Berlin's Basic Channel- one of electronic music's most enduring touchstones and greatest mythmakers, as well as the founding fathers of minimal techno- have rather quietly released a second volume collecting some of their 1993-94 12 singles, none of which appeared on their inital 1995 CD release. At around 128, it's not coincidental that the archetypal Phylyps Trak IIII sounds the closest of anything here to contemporary minimal house and techno. But it's not just a question of tempo: the tracks here are fiercer and far more raw than anything on BCD. On Enforcement, jagged acid arpeggios cut through the middle frequencies like a band saw


One of the records that defines Basic Channel and techno in general , Phylyps Trak II/II is a brilliant track , this track made me search for even more records by them , legends. Timeless track , time can't touch it.

Just so simply addictive and hypnotising. In a sea of monotonous, boring, minimal dub techno/house records this one still stands head and shoulders above the rest. At the right moment in a set when a DJ has the crowd on his side, this sounds so powerful.

first heard this on a mixtape by simon dk - https://www.discogs.com/group/thread/700251 - life changing. i got the mixtape in the mail one morning in early 1995; had just cleaned my room; put the tape on; smoked 1; felt like i was floating off the couch; and here i am 24 years later remembering it

Wow he is a mate of mine. I just dug my copy out and am listening to it right now. The very best boring record I’ve ever owned

There were strings of reissues flooding shops through the 2000's; You can tell the difference: The original version has a wide, deep press mount circle within the label, the re-issues do not.

It's all true. My favorite dub techno record ever. As good as it gets.

Massive despite being oh-so-minimal. Sounded best that I've personally at NYC (analog sound) House Music Institution The Sound Factory (DJ Junior Vasquez' heyday). He played 2 copies of it (worked it for up to 45 minutes) for months before the vinyl was in stores. Someone offered me 200euros for one of my copies. Never ever ever. www.facebook.com/soundfactoryny

Radio Slave ripped this off.. for shame. this is the shit

I guess this track was meant: Tantakatan from the EP No Sleep (Part Four)https://www.discogs.com/Radio-Slave-No-Sleep-Part-4/master/49333

Hi, on which track did Radio Slave rip this off/sample it? I just wondered out of interest :-)

one life
so is your mam

The older I get, the better this track gets. It's a definite contender for the best track of all time. It's timeless and can be played in almost any set in any situation to any crowd. Incredible stuff.

The II/II has The Perfect Bassline. Enough Said

This record MIXES WITH NEARLY EVERYTHING. I play doubles of it. it is quite possibly a perfect recording. I love this record, I will play it until my death, probably. If you don't have a copy, BUY ONE. At nearly any price. If you have not heard it, LISTEN. And listen again...then BUY ONE. If you can...

Can you link me to them? I haven't heard any

Such a great track! I like finding remakes of it, I've got quite a few now.

Its Minimalism at its best! Want the Record.

Phylyps Trak II/II is unbelivable. With not so many elements this guys created an awesome atmosphere. For me mixing some of the best dub techno, minimal and funky electronics I've ever heard. Repetitive sould people... And now you think... 94'? Oh my god! One of the best techno tracks I've heard. True words.

can't buy phylyps trak II with "Buy Digital" button. only "phylyps trak" (1).anyway, B side is best temazo i've ever listened. I mean it. it's like perfect. nothing miss, nothing sobra.can't understand how minimal has become the the depressing shit it is (or it is generally sold as) nowadays.

After some years of electronic music experience i'm totally sure that BC-09 is one of the 10, maybe 5 best records in the history. The A side is a repetitive 12 minutes trip through the techno side of Basic Channel's mind. This track is a train of contagious rhythm which no one techno lover can resist. You want to dance it from the beginning till to end. It's absolutely underground but it will rock every dancefloor everywhere, any time! Phylyps II/I is everything you should know about techno. The statement of pure Basic Channel techno conception, which remains very current. If this is not enough, on the B side, we have maybe the best club track ever made. Not because i love it so much or it's masterfully composed, but because it contains the essence of the whole electronic modern club music. 5 or more years in advance. It's immortal. Practically a legend. I'm surprised that someone gived to this record a "4" and not a "5". This is perfect stuff. Nothing less, nothing more. The apex. Sincerely, i'm sure this record will have a place in a museum, one day.

Many are familiar with track two. It has a dance floor sensibility that many basic channel records don't share. In fact Doc Martin used it well by sampling it for a remix he did some number of years ago. But i believe that the first side is overlooked. Not as dj friendly a mix, it has a hypnotic resonance that can storm any space. It's subtle sound shifts can easily be missed when you drop the needle through the track. I recomend starting from the beginning and let it play. You will experience a journey unmatched by most "dub" techno. It is a serious tool for experienced and fearless dj's.

You could easily sum this track up with one word: hypnotic. It's the kind of track you hear on the dancefloor and you just don't want it to end. It has a perfect rhythmical structure that just keeps your body moving; whether that's your head nodding, your feet tapping or your hips swinging. It's got the dub/reggae bassline, the techno hats and bundles of clipped spacey reverb that alters minutely thoughout the track (and not forgetting those brief moments where a metallic stab/double tap is fired into the mix). Combining dub sensibilites and aesthetics with techno is commonplace nowadays, but when I listen to 'Trak II' it never ceases to fill me with wonder how Mark and Moritz managed to create a track that is unique; in every sense of the word.

Everyone should own this record. Why? Because it is the most essential and best classic minimal track of all time. It is one of those tracks that you have heard many times yet might not know the name? And how would you describe it? It is just a minimal record after all. Yet after 11 years it still is as good when it was released in 1994. And having two copies and doing tricks on the decks with this could be second best only to "Good Times" by Chic for learning how to cut for all you new DJ's. I love this record. If you do not own it, get it, and get it good.

still just as good after another 10 years!

Possibly the best dance tune I've ever heard, and it accomplishes this while using less elements than most traxx have in their intros. Repetitive reggae stabs lull you into that hypnotized state that the best music can put you in. It doesn't change much, and it doesn't need to! Brilliant.