"Don't You Stop: original mix"
& lyrics by Kuperus / Miller.
You Stop: toy chop
& misinterpreted by Solvent.
Additional mix & production by Lowfish.
Solvent appears c/o suctionrecords.com.
You Stop: trickmommy
appear c/o common courtesy via schematic.net.
& ELIUS vs. PHOENECIA
You Stop: get outta
& produced by justin & jesika.
Alder & Elius appear c/o alderandelius.com
DATE: FEB. 19, 2002 (EZ-016)
A new 12" that comes with a concept based on a popular children's game
that has many different names depending on your region. "The Telephone
Game", " The Telephone Operator", "Chinese Whispers", it doesn't matter
what name you had for the game as a kid, the concept is the same. A
group of children sit in a circle. A child whispers a sentence to the
individual sitting next to them, and this sentence is repeatedly whispered
around the circle until the last child hears the sentence. At which
time, the last and first children say their sentence out loud, and inevitably,
the sentence has changed dramatically from the original.
has adapted this idea for this release. A new ADULT. track entitled
"Don't You Stop" has been remixed by Solvent (Suction Records). Solvent's
remix was then given to Phoenecia (Schematic Record Co.) for them to
remix, without letting Phoenecia
hear the original ADULT. song. Alder & Elius (Skam) finish off the release
with the same rules intact. The end product is a cohesive 12" with what
really sounds like 4 unique songs with a common thread. Re: interpreting
the Re: mix process. Packaged in hand screened jackets, with either
black, grey, blue, red, or green ink.
hype can start whenever. There's no hurry. Adult. already rule. Period."
much loved anomaly in the faced-paced world of Detroit electronic music..."
-The New York Times
This is what we mean by hand screened.
Steve Martin oversees the record drying process.