Acen ‎– Trip II The Moon (Kaleidoscopiklimax)

Production House ‎– PNT 042RX
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Trip II The Moon (Kaleidoscopiklimax)
AA Obsessed II (Pictures Of Silence)

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Third part of Acen's "Trip II The Moon" series. Acen's notes on this release:
"Written & produced in the late summer of 1992 on the MPC-60 - JD800 & W30. The haunting square wave melody in the intro came to me in a dream which also inspired the piano line."

Track A samples:
Vocal from The Jamaica Girls - On The Move
Vocal from Eric B. & Rakim - Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em
Vocal from Tongue N Cheek - Nobody (Can Love Me)
Vocal from Prince - Alphabet St. (This Is Not Music, This Is A Trip)
Vocal from Prince - Eye No
Vocal from Michael Prophet & Ricky Tuffy - Your Love

Track B samples:
Vocal from Jill Jones - Intro (Baby You're A Trip) / Mia Bocca

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018890 122424
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): PNT-042 RX-A1 PA6446
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA): PNT 042 RX-AA PA6446

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October 30, 2016
I remember reading Acen couldn't remember where he got some of his samples


April 10, 2015

Epic Timeless Magical Masterpiece ... Ooh I love a little trip to the moon n back with The Acen ... And always will..


August 6, 2014
Great record. High school memories


May 10, 2014
Obsessed II (Pictures of Silence) is one of the best tunes of its genre, very complex and well thought out; whereas Trip II The Moon (Kaleidoskopiklimax) embodies all that was great about the trio, fast, driving beats and plenty of euphoria!


September 29, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Everything about the Trip II the moon series (1-3) Ouse's class! And for me embodied all that was great about Hardcore/Breakbeat... High energy, GREAT Beats and Samples, even measures of light/dark - not that there are any real dark moments, more about the mood and emotion generated in the tune's, and it is spot on! Euphoric lose your self parts balanced with mellower "time out" phases. Even the piano retain's a certain melancholic edge to it, and it was hands in the air stuff at times! But even now to my ears not over the top cheese,like so much of the time. And this is down to Acen's exceptional production and good ear not forgetting great imagination... from sourcing samples to composition/arrangement of the tracks, absolutely top draw!!


September 4, 2012
quick neat and tidy beats,ultra clean production.this is what i call a driving tune,wicked to mix with,and speed down the m25 with,beware speed cams,like the others said this is a bad bwoy tune,best of the trilogy i think..big tune.5/5


October 6, 2010

Great record. High school memories... LOL. I got rid of most of my "jungle" records about 15 years ago, but I still have this one.


February 6, 2008
I accidentally heard "Kaleidascopiklimax" very recently in an old mix i did, And i dare i say it, That is one of the only records in my collection that nearly reduces me to tears when i hear it.
Not only that, But the flip side "obsessed 2" is pretty much more of the same, Its all very emotional, but its that very thing that makes this record what it is.

Powerful stuff, not many oldskool breakbeat records can do that to a grown man.


August 3, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
Mr. Acen Razvi, the man behind the amazing “Trip To The Moon” series and considered part of Production House amazing talents, surprised everyone with the B Siede of his (Kaleidoscopiklimax) single, Honoring the Junglists greatest tradition of Breakbeat samples: “Obsessed II (Pictures Of Silence)” got no less than the drummers of “Funky Mule”, a classic by Ike Turner's Kings Of Rhythm of 1969. On the A Side you can hear "We're On The Move", a sample of a timeless classic by Sinnamon (by the way one of the greatest male vocals of the dance music history); Eric B & Rakim are also remembered with a fragment of "Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em".


November 7, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I heard Kaleidoscopiklimax in late '92 or early '93 when, of all people, Pete Tong played it on Radio 1. No exaggeration to say it changed my life; got me into breakbeat hardcore, and hence specialist record shops instead of the High St, and hence DJing and a love of all forms of electronic music.

More than that, 14 years later this remains one of my all-time favourite records. The production is just so spot on, it bursts with energy, and it's a proper trip worthy of the name. The b-side (Obsessed II) is also stunning, evoking a more melancholy mood. I never rated the rest of the series so highly, I think this is Acen's peak, but what a peak!