TTF - Dominator Album

TTF - Dominator Album Performer: TTF
Title: Dominator
Style: House, Techno
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 1994
Size MP3: 1263 mb
Size FLAC: 2312 mb
Rating: 4.2

Tracklist

Maximum Intensity3:07
Supernature4:25
New Emotion3:42
The Ultimate High4:55
Jurassic Park3:34
Such A Phantasy3:35
Real Love4:00
Retribution4:22
Popcorn4:18
Euphoria5:44
Energy Rush4:24
Something For Me3:55

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KGB D 500TTF Dominator ‎(CD, Album)Internal AffairsKGB D 500UK1994
74321 20465 2The Time Frequency Dominator ‎(CD, Album)Internal Affairs74321 20465 2UK1994
KGB M 500The Time Frequency Dominator ‎(Cass, Album)Internal AffairsKGB M 500UK1994
KGB LP 500The Time Frequency Dominator ‎(LP)Internal AffairsKGB LP 500UK1994
KGB D 022The Time Frequency Dominator (Special Edition) ‎(2xCD, Album, RE, S/Edition)Internal AffairsKGB D 022UK2017

Album

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Finally, after years of speculation, we get the anticipated reissue of Dominator. So what’s new?

Well, the original album is featured here exactly as it was on the CD issue in ’94. The same 12 tracks, and no “remastering” is evident. Excellent news, as of course this means that no brickwall compression has been added.

So, let’s move on to the tasty treats!

On CD 1 we have Take Me Away, The Bounce, Supernature (the TTF Mix from the Da Mian single) & Schitzoid '93. One thing I have noticed with the bonus tracks across both CDs is that some have been quite evidently compressed while others are pretty much as they were upon original release. Nothing is really brickwalled as such, though.

Anyway, back to the tracks. Take Me Away, The Bounce & Supernature (TTF Mix) are fine. I’d have liked the extended vocal mix of Supernature too, but the TTF Mix does suit better for this release. Schitzoid ’93 is noticeably slower than on the Real Love ’93 CD. It’s actually more in tempo with the live version from ’92. It makes me think that Jon wasn’t happy with the faster tempo on the ’93 release so he corrected it here.

Now we get to the really interesting stuff, though. CD 2.

It starts off with Utopia. I have never heard it before. It sounds like it was produced around ’93. Typical TTF sounds all over the place. Rasping bassline, screaming Italo synth, choral pads, piano underpinning. It could easily have been a b-side if Mary had of thrown a few lines on top. As it is, it’s a nice track but you can see why it was never issued.

Next is the instrumental demo version of Real Love. I’m guessing this was produced around 1991. Very raw, almost like the Futurama EP. The fundamental elements of Real Love are all present & correct. I really love the bassline, very heavy!

Xlerator (Demo) is the one track on this release that I really don’t understand. It sounds totally unlike the ’92-’94 TTF sound. To me personally, this sounds like it was produced around ’95 or ’96. Running at 151bpm doesn’t really help. I tried pitching it down to around 135bpm and it sounded ok, but of course the vocals sound crap. Hmm.

The Power Zone is simply the CD version (the “Music To Murder By” sample from the 12” version is removed).

I was very happy to discover the next track, though. For many years I always wondered if there was a studio version of Future Rhythm, and finally it’s here! Nothing wrong with the live version of course, but it’s great to hear it pure. Such an amazing track.

NRG 4 U & Me sounds pretty old. I’m thinking ’89-’90. Lots of n-joi influence (Public Enemy samples etc). Very interesting to hear such early TTF.

Speaking of which, next we get Futurama. As all fans know, this track was the title of the first ever TTF release but the track itself was not featured (Futurama and Into The Wonderful are two separate tracks). So it’s nice to have Futurama here. Sounds crisp & clear, and clean (unlike on “The Ultimate Collection”).

OK, next is the classic Higher Than Heaven (from the New Emotion EP). Now this is weird… at the end of the track there is a reprise, around a minute long, that I have never heard before. It continues the basic rhythm, along with some odd vocals. No idea what’s going on! Was this an abandoned outro?

Anyway, next is an awesome demo mix of Something For Me. It sounds totally ’90. Lots of bleeps & bass! That classic TTF sound is already there, though. One of the highlights of this reissue definitely. If Jon has more of these early demos he needs to release them!

Theme For Great Cities, (the absolutely legendary) Exosphere, The Hardcore Bounce & Fade To Grey are present next. We know them already, no need for explanation.

So we get to “Dreamaker”. Very interesting. A very short track, it seems like a rough demo. By the sound, I’d guess ’92 (around the time of New Emotion). While quite simple, it’s very catchy and could easily have progressed to a full track (in fact the pad sections really remind me of another TTF track).

Next is Dreamscape ’94 (the edit). Wonderful vocals from the late, great Debbie Millar! It would have been better to have the full mix (with the acappella intro) in my opinion, but hey.

Now that would have been a lovely end to this double CD reissue. But we do get one final track. It’s a remix from a rather obscure band called Saidflorence, of their track “Buy Me”. I guess this was produced around ’95. It starts with classic TTF pads, but soon drops into Haddaway. No, really. It’s a carbon copy of What Is Life. Maybe Jon began to get bored around this time? It’s not really very interesting.

So, overall…

It’s an essential release for all TTF fans. Plenty of fascinating new (old) material to check out, as well as pretty much every classic from ’90-’94.

As a sidenote, it’s a pity we didn’t get Ectoplasm or the Full Version (aka “JD Mix”) of New Emotion, but hey I’m nit picking. I do that with TTF, they’re one of my favourite bands from ’90-’94.