Interview by Kris Needs, Rock's Backpages Audio, October 1992
Mr Atkins talks Detroit Techno vs. Chicago House, the Motor City recording and label scene, being hugely influenced by Kraftwerk and 'Planet Rock', and looks to the future.
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