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Eon - Inner Mind Album

Eon - Inner Mind Album

  • Performer: Eon
  • Genre: Electron
  • Title: Inner Mind
  • Released: 1990
  • Style: Techno, Electro
  • Label: Vinyl Solution, EFA
  • Catalog: STORM 14, 17146
  • Country: UK
  • MP3 version size: 2062 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2628 mb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 693

Tracklist

1Something Stronger / Infinity Mix0:21
2 Outer Side
3Inner Mind (Bonus Mind)4:51
4Inner Mind (Club Mind)5:06
5Inner Mind (Freebass Mind)
Edited By – Alan ScottMixed By – J. Saul Kane
6:01
6 Inner Side
7Inner Mind (Bass Mind)5:06
8Something Stronger / Infinity Mix0:21

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
STORM 14Eon Inner Mind ‎(12", Promo, D.J)Vinyl SolutionSTORM 14US1990
STORM 14Eon Inner Mind ‎(12", W/Lbl, P.R)Vinyl SolutionSTORM 14UK1990
STORM 14Eon Inner Mind ‎(12", Whi)Vinyl SolutionSTORM 14UK1990
STORM 14Eon Inner Mind ‎(12")Vinyl SolutionSTORM 14US1990
STORM 14, 17146Eon Inner Mind ‎(12", RP, Dam)Vinyl Solution, EFASTORM 14, 17146UK1990

Credits

  • Artwork By – Pierre
  • Engineer [Engineered By], Post ProductionAlan Scott
  • Lacquer Cut ByMike’s
  • Mastered ByMike
  • Mixed ByJ. Saul Kane
  • Mixed By, Post Production, ProducerIan B.
  • Plated ByP
  • Sleeve [Sleeve Concept]Eon Control
  • Written-ByI. Loveday

Notes

Listen to the voice of your inner mind
‘Freebass’ Mixed By J. Saul Kane And Edited By Alan Scott
Mastered By Mike At The Exchange
Distributed in the UK by SRD
Storm 14/EFA 17146 (spine)
Made in England

Inner dedications to : Vic Perrin, Colin Faver, Mark Moore, Jay Strongman, Kid Batchelor, Wolff, Colin Dale, Eddie Richards, Frankie Bones, Justin Berkman, Tony Gordon, Trevor Fung, Jeffrey Hinton, Anna, John Dasilva, Mike Pickering, Andy C., Craig Trax, Dave Randall, Louie Bluebird, Tosh, Alex, C., Simon II., Bruno Wizard, Freddy Basstone, Adrian Webb, The DEZZ, Richard Mr C., Thomas Foley, James Horrocks, Chris Angel, Mark Lawrence, Morris, Louise Grey, Miss Toby, Jenny & Danny Rampling, Tim Simenon, Nick Halkes, Vicky Edwards, Phil Howells, Mark Andrews, Lee +7, Princess Julia, Bobbo.

The release was originally issued in glossy cardboard sleeve with the left spine
printed and a white inner-sleeve with curved corners and a hole on one side only.

The track A3 is not listed on the labels or sleeve.
The tracks A3 and B3 are identical and enter in a locked groove after 21 seconds.
The durations are not printed on the release.

The pressing plant was denoted by the typical inner-rings stamped on the labels.
‘Mastered At P.R. Records Limited’ stands about the plating. The both credits
with ‘Plated By’ are denoted by the etched ‘PR-P’ on the runouts.

A different ‘Damont Pressing’ exists with the same labels, but, different inner-rings
stamped on. It was plated at P.R. Records Limited, too. As well as, a ‘White Label’
and a ‘White Background Labels’ same P.R. Records Limited’s pressings exist,
additionally to a ‘D.J. Copy’ pressed by a third U.S plant, actually unknown.

Track A1 samples :
Dialogue from the TV show The Outer Limits
Synth from Lost Entity - 2 Minute Madness
Synth from Gwen Guthrie - Seventh Heaven (Larry Levan Remix)

Track B1 samples :
Acid line Dr. Phibes Acid Story
B B ft. Mitch & Fresh Wot The Hell

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5017687301462
  • Barcode (Text): 5 017687 301462
  • Label Code: LC 7871
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): STORM 14 A1 PR-P MIKE'S L BINTEE CONTROL
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): STORM 14 B1 GRIM CONTROL PR-P P THE EXCHANGE

Companies

  • Distributed By – EFA – 12” 17146 02
  • Distributed By – SRD
  • Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited
  • Published By – Schnozza Music
  • Recorded At – Klockwork Studios
  • Mixed At – Klockwork Studios
  • Mastered At – P.R. Records Limited
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Exchange

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Comments

Ytli Ytli
In case anyone is confused (as I was), the track 'Something Stronger / Infinity Mix' is actually on both sides, but is only listed on the 'Outer side'. The inner groove on the 12" loops forever (if you know what I mean).
Dagdatus Dagdatus
Music Like This From 1989-1990 Really Impressed On Me At That Time As Had Electro And Created Another Place I Could Go In My Head, The Thoughts And Feelings It Conjured Up Made Me Feel At Home, Part Of Something And It Just Got Better As It Progressed Through The Early 1990's But This Early Stuff Where It Was Evolving Is Very Special, There's No Sound Like It...
Landarn Landarn
So very true, those who were there would say exactly the same, it was like I was home the first time I walked into a rave and heard this, in 1990. I’ve never experienced that excitement since and Ive searched since then and still do lol that feeling that this is a bit special about the whole scene I mean, it was moving so fast, to fast some might say lol. What I have always found strange is these sort of tunes have always been over looked by many who are just looking to buy big hitting rare Stuff from mainly 92/93 but this is where it’s at, but you defiantly had to have been to really understand that.