Digital Mystikz ‎– Haunted / Anti War Dub

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DMZ ‎– dmz007
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Haunted
Producer [Uncredited] – Coki
4:03
AA Anti War Dub
Featuring – Spen GProducer [Uncredited] – Mala (4)
6:22

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Track durations not mentioned on release.
Mastered at Transition
Copyright 2006

During an interview at the Red Bull Music Academy in 2008 Mala stated that probably 2,000 copies were pressed and there was no reissue.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): DMZ 007 A TRANSITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA, etched): DMZ 007 AA TRANSITION

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
dmz:007 Digital Mystikz Haunted / Anti War Dub(2xFile, MP3, 320) DMZ dmz:007 UK 2006
dmz007 Digital Mystikz Haunted / Anti War Dub(12", W/Lbl) DMZ dmz007 UK 2006 Sell This Version
MZD007 Digital Mystikz dmz007(12", Ltd, TP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Digital Mystikz) MZD007 UK 2013 Sell This Version
M2D 007, MZD 007 Digital Mystikz dmz007(12", Ltd, Unofficial) Not On Label (Digital Mystikz), Not On Label (Digital Mystikz) M2D 007, MZD 007 UK 2013 Sell This Version

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Maggie-

Maggie-

December 18, 2015
not the best DMZ release, if you've 200 squid to blow get on the loefah plates X
JORDAN.

JORDAN.

October 21, 2015
Brought this in late 05 I think was 5.99 lol from mixing records always used to get dubplates cheaper than most cos was djing upstairs on mixing radio me and my pal mc t virus had a grime slot for like 2years ive met iron soul floops plasticman to name some but why peeps charging some next price for this I will never kno dubstep not my thing but j sweet sed trust me there aint many so I brought a copy it is kinda early dubstep the time of slaughtermob and kromestar BIG UP J SWEET AND THE MIXING FAMILY .
skull_fracture

skull_fracture

June 25, 2015
There will be a repress for 10th anniversary. #confirmedinfo
SuperCuddleBear

SuperCuddleBear

March 30, 2015
Who is gonna pay £85 for this?! How do these sellers make any money?!?!
JIM_WICK_2001

JIM_WICK_2001

December 5, 2014

Can whoever bootlegged this just go ahead and bootleg the rest of the DMZ back cat already?

I'm not paying £50+ for a battered piece of wax.
3y3_HERt_Wax

3y3_HERt_Wax

January 26, 2014
what an effin joke @ the prices.
garethom

garethom

December 4, 2013
Don't have a copy of this, but I wonder about the people that endlessly complain about the cost of this record, if they had a copy that they wanted/needed to sell, would they put it up for £6/7? Of course not...
bennyfroobs

bennyfroobs

August 5, 2013
amazing track. still remember the first time i heard it out! pure vibes! never bothered to get a copy back in the day cos i didnt have a vinyl player... who can be arsed with these prices? you can get ancient hardcore / jungle masterpieces for well under a £5 :-|. selling for more than £20? aint nobody got time for dat
yaweh

yaweh

May 2, 2013
prices for this are ridiculous, setting prices this high does nothing but discourage people from buying/playing vinyl
tyberius

tyberius

April 30, 2013
I didn't know dubsteppers were all secretly millionaires....?! Love these tunes but cmon if there was two presses with over 2000-3000 copies in circulation, anyone paying this kind of money for these tunes needs to get a grip on reality!