4D ‎– Hidden

Labworks Germany ‎– LAB 33
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM




Rpm printed on label is incorrect, this is cut at 33rpm

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LAB 33 4D Hidden(12", Promo) Labworks UK LAB 33 UK 1993 Sell This Version
LAB 33 4D Hidden(12") Labworks UK LAB 33 UK 1993 Sell This Version


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March 19, 2018
Thank you Labworks and you Hoschi and thank you MZ for all you did for techno and acid!


March 12, 2011
This Is Not Hard Trance! This is Acid Techno! Its Totally Different!

Anyway,thats a A Amazing Vynil,Great and Incredible stuff from Earlier Days Of Eletronic Music! I Wil, order this someday!


January 30, 2010
Even though the labels states 45 rpm and I must admit I did play it 45 rpm -4% pitch back then. 18 years later I must say that this track (mindsafari) sounds much better played at 33rpm. I wonder if it was a mistake on the print and that it should have been 33rpm after all?


October 14, 2009

I don't know where my fellow reviewer retrieved his track durations from, but spinning this precious piece of wax at 45rpm Hidden clocks in at a few cseconds short of nine minutes while Mindsafari counts eleven. However, when played like that, both of these tracks quickly prove themselves to be the most illustrious, menacing, deviant, irate, out of this galaxy, raw, unpolished, inaccessibile, exorbitant, acid drenched and loaded, extremely burned up hardcore music I have yet heard.
This is acid with the ferocity and audacity of the hardest techno one could imagine back then. Literary, there are layers upon layers of mischievous 303s thrown over a relentless kick, no breaks, no pauses, no nothing but never ending assault of pure acid music. Both sides of this stuff in one swallow will drive your brain up and down the wall.
Without a doubt this is one of the five hardest, most punishing releases I have ever listened to. Very hard, but above all - excellent!


January 17, 2003

DJ ESPs best release on Labworks.
"Hidden" is a 13-15 minute HardTrance BASS Monster that will stretch any PA to it's rated extreme with suble sequencing that harks back to a time when Acid seemed to have no limits.
"Mindsafari" is a 17 minutes+ journey through some of the scariest Acidscapes ever committed to vinyl.
A testament to Woody Mc Bride's genius.
The best of the best.