Because of Blacknecks-style power disco riff sprayed with acid, the "Two Hundred" feels more like a Truss track. For further chaos, a bruised spoken loop around two hundred points at the vocal chop mania once started by Blawan.
Hardcore side is exposed in "Judd" [really liking simple but striking track names, not crap like "Levitate The Transcendental Perception"] where whistles and heavy slam provide the build-up for a Saturday night Premier League fixture and a rave thereafter.
On the flip, the charge goes on in acidified not-love-song "Forever Your Girl" built on thrashy kick and T99 stabs. Apparently a tribute to the 1970s TV detective, dubbish semi-electro "Van Der Valk" is a secret weapon camouflaged as fledgling jungle or UK garage track.
While most Perc Trax releases belong to the brutal end of the spectrum, "Two Hundred" shows different facets of techno soundwriting. Ready, steady, go!
Buy vinyl from Juno
Buy digital from Perc Trax