Plastician - Japan

 Japan
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Video Details

Album;
Tracklisting:

1. Intensive Snare (feat. Skepta)
2. Symptomatic
3. Shallow Grave 2006
4. I Can't Believe Its Not Benny
5. Real Things (feat. Chronik, Skepta, Tempa T, Frisco, Esco)
6. Hocus Pocus
7. Vio-Lent
8. Walk In The Carpark
9. Badboy
10. Japan

Is now OUT on Terrorhythm Recordings on CD & Download, with vinyl singles following including remixes of the tracks and new B sides.

Terrorhythm will now be distributed by ST Holdings (www.stholdings.co.uk)

Buy the MP3 Release Here:

Bleep.com:
http://www.bleep.com/?bleep=TERRCD01

Here are some links to buy the CD:

Chemical Records
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Zavvi
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Boomkat
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HMV
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UK Record Shop
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Uptown Records
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Blackmarket Soho
http://www.bm-soho.com/store/StockID/17 ... /to/differ

Rooted Records
http://www.rootedrecords.co.uk/catalog/ ... ts_id=1207

Catapult
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http://www.myspace.com/plastician


Chris Reed, also known as Plastician (formerly Plasticman), is a grime and also dubstep DJ and producer from Thornton Heath in the London borough of Croydon. Plastician has played a role in the popularity of the genre thanks to his participation in the Rephlex Grime compilations, his primetime pirate radio shows and his recent BBC Radio 1 Residency slot. In addition to his worldwide DJ schedule, Plastician has released records on labels such as Rephlex Records, Soulja, ROAD, Slimzos, A.R.M.Y. and Southside Dubstars. His musical style connects east London grime to the south London dubstep scenes. Plastician also runs his own label; Terrorythm Recordings. He has a passionate love of chicken and can often be found in south London eateries, Morley's and Mazzi.

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Plasticman controversy
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Plastician came to fame under another moniker: Plasticman. As he gained in popularity, Reed was threatened with legal action by Canadian techno artist Richie Hawtin who had prior use right on the name "Plastikman"; this prompted Reed to change his name from Plasticman, to Plastician to avoid any legal tangles.

Date Added: 2019-04-12

Category: Japan

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