Basic Channel ‎– Quadrant Dub

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Basic Channel ‎– BC 06
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Quadrant Dub I 15:36
B Quadrant Dub II 20:56

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): BC 06 NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): BC Ø6 NSC

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(12", RM, Cle) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, MP3, 320) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2008
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, FLAC) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2008
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(12", MP) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, AIFF) Basic Channel BC-06 2012

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buzz_lighter

buzz_lighter

March 26, 2016
Is there a way to tell if what I have is the original press or the remastered one? I still have a sticker on it: 101250-01 BC 06/00036 MLI/4.
micromoogman

micromoogman

February 9, 2016
Has the vinyl record "built in" cracks and noise? It sounds like that... It looks perfect.
nuggetreggae2

nuggetreggae2

January 30, 2016
One of my two copies has BC 06 on both sides, rather than BC Ø6 for the B-side, anyone else?
djseansv

djseansv

December 8, 2015
One of those records that straight removes you from time and space. This is the top of the notch.
ghramsummers

ghramsummers

January 19, 2015

Over 20 years have passed and there still hasn't been another release to equal the depth of this and I reckon only a slight few I could ever compare to this coveted production. There's no other recording in this genre I hold to a higher regard than Quadrant Dub and I've been an avid collector of this genre for two decades. This production crossed boundaries few have ever equaled. Epic in scale and duration, this is the unfathomable record of the 90's for me, the anomaly. Undefinable and untouched, the holy grail of the Basic Channel catalogue.
andrewh

andrewh

May 16, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
Latest new copies have a faded label
plastex

plastex

April 19, 2013
some copies pressed on dark brown translucent vinyl
dragons.mouth

dragons.mouth

April 7, 2011
Dub versions of Round One "I'm Your Brother"
seagater

seagater

December 27, 2009

One of the most important records in my collection, this record defines the term hypnotic. There aren't many suitable words to describe a masterpiece like this, you'll have to hear it to believe. Subtle change is everything and a moment lost would alter the listening experience, treat yourself to this record if you haven't already, it could change your life.
brelson

brelson

August 12, 2001
edited over 15 years ago

This is the best introduction to the Basic Channel sound - it doesn't explore sidetracks like abstract experimentation (Radiance, Octagon) or hard techno (Phylyps Track, Enforcement), but instead concentrates on the vast and expansive sort of dubbed-out house that Basic Channel effectively invented.

The sounds are like distant strings scattered throughout the sky, seen through the distortion of heat haze. The low-down, stomach-tickling deepness of the bass underpins the endless, multi-layered atmosphere, and makes for an immensely captivating track. It's like hearing a wonderful deep house record from the opposite side of the Grand Canyon, the sounds shimmering and refracting on their way across.

This is one of those records that makes you annoyed that more music can't be pressed onto a piece of vinyl - I want this to go on for four hours. Get two copies, though, and make a whole minidisc seguing between the two dubs, and go on a long scenic drive...