2 Kilos ? ‎– Mohamed's Mind

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tranzyd

tranzyd

March 30, 2018
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
Great days just before jungle killed the party for me. Bass and bleep was short lived but what a time!
GoldenTooth

GoldenTooth

March 13, 2018
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Gre, none
Please don't buy this at "pierdelevega2 " Big scratch (like 6 cm) on A1 , not 5 6 sec like he said .
DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

February 19, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
I would love to know why this was called Mohamed's Mind? Who was he? And what was he thinking? Dirty fucking breakbeat acid! 1990 and it's now 2018! Think on the history and don't just think about the party scene. Think about the country you were living in then and now. Also, and it may sound weird. But the vocal thas keeps repeating throughout the track sounds like "The dreammmm eeeammmm"?....
gyruss2000

gyruss2000

January 11, 2016
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
Mohamed's Mind has synth sampling from Information Society - Running
mrcasual99

mrcasual99

March 21, 2014
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Gre, none
First heard this dropped by Eddie Richards and it blew me away and it still blows me away today, classic breakbeat hardcore with a lovely acid rift and a nice moody breakdown and quality break.
tecnos6

tecnos6

August 13, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
Mohamed's Mind was smashed by Aphex everywhere he played in London in the early 90's.
Way ahead of its time. Awesome track. The wicked Acid (303) sample was taken from Nexus 21's 1989 release 'life keeps movin', dub mix.
billcorey

billcorey

September 3, 2012
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
Off the chain, way different from what was around at the time and still is now!
DJ_Dara

DJ_Dara

April 21, 2005
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Mohamed's Mind, 12", Red, none
I remember hearing 2 of the tunes off this EP on a pirate radio tape my friend brought from London and deciding this was the music for me. There was no turning back. These tunes still sound unique today and to think they were made 15 years ago is mind-boggling. I searched for over 10 years for the break used in Mohammed's Mind and eventually found it and made a tune (which of course I had to call Kilos). Time for 2 Kilos? to make more tunes I reckon.