Solid Steel presents Hexstatic "Listen & Learn"
by Various Artists

— Released 27th January 2003

Yes, Hexstatic are most well-known for their audiovisual shenanigans but as the second in Solid Steel's tasty mixes proves, you can lose the visuals and still enjoy the skillage – even a blind man can see that.

In fact, Robin Hexstatic has been a long term contributor to the Solid Steel radio show and is held to be the tightest mixer in the crew because of the way he never seems to crash his beats. While there’s the same levels of hard work and pure love that characterise the Solid ...

Yes, Hexstatic are most well-known for their audiovisual shenanigans but as the second in Solid Steel's tasty mixes proves, you can lose the visuals and still enjoy the skillage – even a blind man can see that.

In fact, Robin Hexstatic has been a long term contributor to the Solid Steel radio show and is held to be the tightest mixer in the crew because of the way he never seems to crash his beats. While there’s the same levels of hard work and pure love that characterise the Solid Steel acolyte’s unhealthy obsession with music, there’s not a whiff of anorak here. Hexstatic just want you to jump up on your sofa, wave your underpants round your head and give it up, give it up, give it up.

And now we’re cooking. Hexstatic made the mix partly on CD decks; but before you scream blasphemy, we point out that Hexstatic haven’t just used them like the old 1200s but have actually explored the technological pwossibilité (as they say) of the form. Check for the crazed time stretch effects they have coaxed from these black boxes and shout through the wall at your neighbours, "Ooh, they’re not just entertainers. They know their shit, too.

Throw in (why not?) a brand new exclusive track in 'Telemetron', with specially made videos on the CD, an extensive journey through the boys’ first love - electro, plus funk, reggae, rock, hip hop and must-have porn groaning and you have a killer mix. Of course you get all the Solid Steel goodies too, like special intros, custom made tracks, special edits….we’re just too good to you. In fact, you could put this on at almost any party and the place will be rocking it, rocking it. Even if it is just you and the furniture. You see – we care. We really, really care.

Solid Steel presents Hexstatic "Listen & Learn"
by Various Artists

— Released 27th January 2003

Physical

CD (ZENCD75)
 

Physical

CD (ZENCD75)

Tracklist

  • CD
  1. 1
    Telemetron  (Hexstatic Intro Dub)
  2. 2
    Street Crawler
  3. 3
    Mr. Scruffs Ninja Tune Megamix  (Hexstatic Edit)
  4. 4
    No, No, No
    Release only
  5. 5
    Solid Steel Scratch School
  6. 6
    The Message
  7. 7
    Funky Mule
  8. 8
    Rip Rip
  9. 9
    Funky Kingston
  10. 10
    Jazzy Johns Dub
  11. 11
    Solid Steel On The Rocks
  12. 12
    Chrome Jam
    Release only
  13. 13
    I'm Wild About That Thing
  14. 14
    Aquarius
  15. 15
    Easy Thing To Do  (Nightmares On Wax mix)
  16. 16
    Daily Intake
  17. 17
    Wildstyle
    Release only
  18. 18
    Walking On Sunshine  (Accapella)
    Release only
  19. 19
    Hip Hop Be Bop
    Release only
  20. 20
    Boogie Down Dub
    Release only
  21. 21
    Apache
  22. 22
    Know How
  23. 23
    Do Your Thing
  24. 24
    Home Shopping
  25. 25
    Telemetron (CD Video Extra)  (Hexstatic Intro Dub)
    Release only
  26.  
    Play All (18)

Yes, Hexstatic are most well-known for their audiovisual shenanigans but as the second in Solid Steel's tasty mixes proves, you can lose the visuals and still enjoy the skillage – even a blind man can see that.

In fact, Robin Hexstatic has been a long term contributor to the Solid Steel radio show and is held to be the tightest mixer in the crew because of the way he never seems to crash his beats. While there’s the same levels of hard work and pure love that characterise the Solid ...

Yes, Hexstatic are most well-known for their audiovisual shenanigans but as the second in Solid Steel's tasty mixes proves, you can lose the visuals and still enjoy the skillage – even a blind man can see that.

In fact, Robin Hexstatic has been a long term contributor to the Solid Steel radio show and is held to be the tightest mixer in the crew because of the way he never seems to crash his beats. While there’s the same levels of hard work and pure love that characterise the Solid Steel acolyte’s unhealthy obsession with music, there’s not a whiff of anorak here. Hexstatic just want you to jump up on your sofa, wave your underpants round your head and give it up, give it up, give it up.

And now we’re cooking. Hexstatic made the mix partly on CD decks; but before you scream blasphemy, we point out that Hexstatic haven’t just used them like the old 1200s but have actually explored the technological pwossibilité (as they say) of the form. Check for the crazed time stretch effects they have coaxed from these black boxes and shout through the wall at your neighbours, "Ooh, they’re not just entertainers. They know their shit, too.

Throw in (why not?) a brand new exclusive track in 'Telemetron', with specially made videos on the CD, an extensive journey through the boys’ first love - electro, plus funk, reggae, rock, hip hop and must-have porn groaning and you have a killer mix. Of course you get all the Solid Steel goodies too, like special intros, custom made tracks, special edits….we’re just too good to you. In fact, you could put this on at almost any party and the place will be rocking it, rocking it. Even if it is just you and the furniture. You see – we care. We really, really care.