Amokk ‎– EP 1

!Hype ‎– 90 10991, !Hype ‎– 9010991, !Hype ‎– Ma 9010 991
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Maxi-Single

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Amokk 1:
A1 Hardcore
Written-By – Bolz - Bolz / Rootpowder*
A2 Radarlove
Written-By – Bolz - Bolz*
Amokk 2:
B1 Wake Up!
Written-By – Bolz - Bolz / Rootpowder*
B2 Chicago
Written-By – Bolz - Bolz / Rootpowder*

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Cat# on spine: 90 10991
Cat# on labels: 9010991
Cat# on rear sleeve: Ma 9010 991

Publ.: Def Broadway Music / Amokk Publ.
Produced for Technoline
Mixed and mastered with SPL SX2 and Optimizer units at Technoline Studio, FFM
(C) + (P) 1992 !Hype under license of !Hype
© ℗ !Hype 92

''Special EP'' as well as ''EP 1'' printed on front sleeve.
Tracks are listed on sleeve and labels as 1, 2, 3, 4.
No track durations given on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 010190 109915
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): 111 DM F-7770 A-1 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): 111 DM F-7770 B-1 C
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6708

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
90 10992 Amokk EP 1(CD, EP, S/Edition) !Hype 90 10992 Germany 1992 Sell This Version



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May 22, 2017
edited over 2 years ago
Decent, if severely dated rave EP from the Third Electric/Audiosex/Dr. Walker crew. The track "Wake Up" features a sample from Cheech & Chong's "Little Mary Elephant" skit, in which an exasperated substitute teacher screams her lungs out in an attempt to get the attention of a classroom full of unruly teenagers. The scream, which could induce migraine in the dead, kicks the whole thing off and is repeated several times throughout the track. I got this track on CD back in 1992, and this one time I played it, my mum (obviously oblivious to what was about to happen) suddenly came into the room at the exact moment this track came on. It was the most perfect timing ever. She nearly had a heart attack. Sorry mum...

There's a really good track by Amokk ("The Bust") on the Panic Grooves Volume 1 compilation, which in fairness is better than any of the tracks on this EP. And there's a lot of music to explore from this gang which was released on various different compilation CD's in the early 90's (frustratingly, a lot of the tracks are unavailable on vinyl). This record is not essential in any sense of the word, but I'd still love to play it in a club just to freak everyone out!