Acen ‎– Trip II The Moon Part.. 2

Production House ‎– PNT 042R, Production House ‎– PNT042R
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Trip II The Moon (The Darkside...) 6:18
AA The Life And Crimes Of A Ruffneck 5:59

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Sleeve=Trip II The Moon Part.. 2
Centre labels=Trip II The Moon Part 2

Rear of sleeve=PNT042R, Centre labels=PNT 042R

Die-cut printed sleeve writes "PEACE OUT 2 EVERY 1 MAY U LIVE 2 SEE THE DAWN."

Published by FJR Music Ltd.
Manufactured in the UK
℗ & © 1992 Production House Records Ltd.

Incidental information:

Acen's notes on this release:

"Written & produced in the spring of 1992 on the MPC-60 & W30.
Inspired by a pitch black forest rave with only the moon as light source."

Track A samples:
Strings (replayed) from Nancy Sinatra - You Only Live Twice
Vocal from Daddy Freddy - Live Jam (Music Of Life 'Hustlers Convention')
Synth from 80 Aum - Mindcontroller
Vocal from Tongue N Cheek - Nobody (Can Love Me)
Piano from The Rolling Stones - She's a Rainbow
Vocal from The Doors - A Little Game
Drum loop from J.F. & E - Mystery 159
Breakbeat from Uptown - Dope On Plastic
Vocal from MC Shan - I Pioneered This

Track AA samples:
Strings from Ennio Morricone - Chi Mai
Vocal from Ultramagnetic MC's - A Chorus Line
Vocal from The Real Roxanne - Bang-Zoom (Let's Go-Go)
Vocal from LL Cool J - Why Do You Think They Call It Dope?
Vocal from Prince - Tick, Tick, Bang "Ohh, Can't Hold It"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018890 121427
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A-side): PNT 042 R A-3 PA 6333 CIS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B-side): PNT-042-R-AA PA 6200

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October 14, 2018

Reminds me of 1992 magic mushroom season , great days !


November 8, 2014
I can honestly say that if i ever started taking psychotropic narcotics I would definitely listen to this track a few times!


April 16, 2014

TUNE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOT CAN I SAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


May 26, 2013
Another top 1992 track. OK, it isn't made from the freshest of musical ingredients, but it sure as hell uses the samples very well... I like this tune because it's delirious, dark and full of heavy pulsating break beats and industrial machine like noises. The Violin section at the end makes the track sound very euphoric and is a real hands in the air kind of thing. I saw an original copy for £25.


September 23, 2011
A really insane, spiritualized track. This music "talks" about many things like born, dead, love, hate, in personal kind of trip. Almost 20 years ago it's still powerful and creative. I don't need to use drugs to go far, far away....


January 13, 2011
funny enough after almost 15 years someone re-used the same sample (you only live twice) in a massive hit. Robbie williams Millennium has the strings too and they sound more like the acen trip II the moon than nancy's original.
When i heard that track play on the radio just an hour ago my 2 12" acen sleeves popped into my head.. I NEED A TURNTABLE FAST!!!!!!!!!!


September 1, 2010
edited over 9 years ago

At the top of the ultraviolet rave spectrum, you'll find both of these oldskool classic tunes... Total class and genius. Acen, big up mate. One of the most famous and influential tunes of real underground rave music at its best. Very spiritual tunes gotta agree with that and then some. Peace to all other Acen collectors.

ps 'Disagrees' are on crack; Hatin' ass biatches and askin' to get pimp smacked, lol.


August 13, 2010
edited over 3 years ago

Tunes Like These Will Always Be Remembered For They Are Monsters, They Helped Make The Rave Scene, I'm So Glad This Was My Era, I Shall Never Forget!


July 1, 2010
edited over 5 years ago
Disregard the review by Sal-volatile the guy has no understanding of the Rave Scene. If he did then his review would not of been posted. This is one of the best Remixes ever of his first tune you could not get much better Acen represented Rave in all its form and glory. This takes the first version on a sharp bend to the sinister not surprising as the Rave Scene was heading directly towards that position. He cemented his reputation in Rave history by this song and "Close Your Eyes" This had more of an impact still sends a shiver down my spine quality hardcore of the finest type the Riff is awesome for that period. Even Doc Scott sampled his tracks anyone who thinks this track is week go away and listen to mainstream !!


March 19, 2010
@ pointblnk. Agreed - great tune. But getting all misty-eyed and saying that most tunes these days lack spirituality, ideas, creativity and passion is just so much nostalgic rubbish, you sound like my dad man! There were a lot of rubbish rave tunes back in the day too! You're looking in the wrong places if you can't find tunes of the same if not better calibre today!!