A+E Dept ‎– Black Dom / White Widow

Stay Up Forever ‎– S.U.F. 35:000 m.g.
Vinyl, 12"




AA-side runout groove etchings:
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SUF+35000+MG+A
  • Matrix / Runout: SUF+35000+MG+AA
  • Barcode: 5 021296 770359

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUF 035 A&E Dept* Black Dom / White Widow(2xFile, WAV) Stay Up Forever SUF 035 UK Unknown
S.U.F. 35:000 m.g. A+E Dept Black Dom / White Widow(12", TP, W/Lbl) Stay Up Forever S.U.F. 35:000 m.g. UK 1997 Sell This Version


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November 1, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

The low rating and low prices are TOTALLY unjustified, but the latter is welcome of course ;)

One of the darkest, most evil tunes on SUF - if the vocal isn't dark/evil enough for you, then there's two sides of musical mayhem to enjoy as well. It's so dark that it probably should have come out on Routemaster or Cluster, not that it really matters though.

As I don't think that the average SUF fan would be offended by such a vocal line - I'm not, even though I would never agree with the sentiment (and it must surely have been tongue-in-cheek anyway) - the reason for its low rating must be something else.

Perhaps it just didn't manage to be played enough by the "right" DJ or make it onto the "right" mixtape?

Then again, who on earth would be the "wrong" DJ when talking about acid techno anyway?

I remember this one getting quite a few plays back in the day, so why this one isn't "fashionable" is beyond me.

Anyway, I couldn't care less - if I was still DJing regularly, this would never be out of my bag, and if it offends people.... well, tough. Perhaps an X-Factor contestant is more your scene, and you've walked into the wrong venue. If so, you know where the door is ;)


November 8, 2014

Pretty dark is fine with me should have stayed there for a while longer :D


October 28, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

Surprisingly low score for a banging tune. It was all getting pretty dark around the time this come out and the London sound was evolving....as could be determined by the lyrics of this release. I'll drug you and f@ck you.. 4/5 Classic SUF/A&E tune.