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MK / Never On Sunday - Decay album mp3

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 MK* Decay
A2 MK* Decay
B1 MK* Feel The Fire (Wax Fruit Re-Edit)
Edited By [Edits] – DJ Blackout
B2 MK* Feel The Fire (Psycho-Syncopated Re-Edit)
Edited By [Edits] – DJ Blackout
B3 Never On Sunday The Journey

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – National Sound Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Munchman Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Big On Blue Music
  • Copyright (c) – Retroactive

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Thanks MK & Never On Sunday
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CAD-005 MK* / Never On Sunday MK* / Never On Sunday - Decay ‎(12", M/Print, Promo) Retroactive CAD-005 US 1991
CAD-005 MK* / Never On Sunday MK* / Never On Sunday - Decay ‎(12", Promo) Retroactive CAD-005 US 1991
CAD-005 MK* / Never On Sunday MK* / Never On Sunday - Decay ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) Retroactive CAD-005 US 1991

MK / Never On Sunday - Decay album mp3
Performer: MK
Genre: Electronic
Title: Decay
Country: US
Released: 1991
Style: Techno, Deep House
MP3 version ZIP size: 1982 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1635 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 356
Other Formats: XM DMF MP2 VOX MP1 VQF MP3

The Journey : intro speech isn't taken from Twin Peaks ? It could be Laura Palmer's voice in one of the reversed voices scenes.
When M.K was HOT.Lots of strong tracks on this ep. Buoyed up by " Never on a Sunday "
I have not heard MK-Feel The Fire (wax fruit re edit) for more than 20 years. What an absolute killer of a tune.
Released in 1991,this is one of Mark Kinchen's only techno records.An anthem at Rage,it was played as much by Fabio and Grooverider as Colin Dale and Favor.Whether by accident or design,this massively influential record helped establish MK as one of the leading producers in dance music today.
One of Mark Kinchen's only techno records? His other techno tracks are his EP on KMS Records - 'The Rains' and 'Mirror, Mirror'; 'Divisions' and the very rare 'Strider' on his own Masahiro imprint; 'The MKappella' on Area 10 Records and an additional mix of 'Decay' on the UK Network Records pressing. But all serious 313 headz will know that anyway.BTW, you copied that description from an old edition of Muzik magazine! It was from a feature on the 'Collector's Guide To Detroit Techno' in their regular 'Desert Island Disco' column. In fact, that's the only reason I used to buy Muzik back in the day (no Discogs resource back then)! I remember nearly every issue they featured some cheesy artist or commercial dance DJ like Pete Tong, Sasha, Norman Cook, Judge Jules, Paul Okenfold (damn, just typing all their wack names makes me feel sick!) etc al. on the front cover. Not cool. Not cool at all, Muzik. Jockey Slut was always better if you were into the more underground dance music. Anyway...I'm going off topic...sorry.
"The Journey" by Never On Sunday is without doubt the highlight of this release, quality deep emotional Detroit Techno at it's finest.Warm analogue bass accompanied by soothing strings. The Red inked Promo is highly sought after, but the Stamped hand written version is even more elusive..