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It followed the pattern settled through their first 2 singles and remixes, released in 1990 (like the first single we already discussed here) : strong logo plus the choice of a pure graphic approach.
LFO and TDR were also challenging the usual graphic rules of sleeve design : putting the tracklist on front, using the barcode as an integrate part of the design, showing a picture of the band, but treated in a way that makes then impossible to identify, having several pages in the booklet, but that unfolded without anything on it except a plain black color, etc.
Besides, the sleeve gave a sense of quality quite unusual at that time for a "House/dance" release, with this silver grey ink, contrasting beautifuly with the dark general tone of the design.
Everything here was claiming loud & clear "this is a f***in' step forward. This is Techno, big T, and it's a serious leap for electronic dance music". Awesome in every aspects.
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|European pressing - Vinyl LP (Front)|
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