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    Organ Donors join Kutski in the studio

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    The legendary Organ Donors, pushers of the hard edge sound join Kutski in the studio and pick out a piece of proper old skool vinyl for Snap, Crackle…Drop!

     

    The choice; Holy Noise - ‘Father Forgive Them’ (Hit House Records)

     

    Scott:

    Maybe showing our age a little here I think you might have still been nappies John when this one came out!

     

    Mat:

    This was one of the 1st records I owned all the way back in 1990. At the time it was one of the hardest tracks I had ever heard, and I still think it sounds fresh now 20 years later, The man behind this track is Paul Elstak who went on to make numerous Dutch hardcore and gabba anthems through the mid to late 90’s

     

    Kutski:

    I think I was only 8 years old when this came out! 


    PS: Don't forget to listen to the show!


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