Beverly Hills 808303 ‎– Asociaal Hard Op Je Bek!

Drop Bass Network ‎– DBN047
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 (Bad Feeling) Throw Up Acid 6:53
A2 Asociaal Hard Op Je Bek! 7:32
B1 Dinner At Barney's 7:47
B2 The Escape (Return To Nothing) 7:40


A - "It's more fun to consume" - All tracks recorded for "show me yours"/Reference A.A., at Hilton suite 303
B - Once again Drop Bass lands on the Acid Planet - February 1996 - One dose for man, one trip for mankind
Repressed in 2005.


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August 30, 2009

Good acid record, as my man agent_sozio mentioned it, "Great dark hard acid record! Perfect for a bunker ;-)" haha perfect description. The first track sounds like somebody put too much of the low end frequencies onto a tape recorded version of it. The first track on the b side is also a good acid jam. Beverly Hills 808303 master acidist, haha. It's from Dropbass Network, so you know it's good =]. The folks at Dropbass always brought the best gabba, hardcore and brutal german techno when it came to their hardcore parties. Kurt Eckes is the Godfather of the midwest hardcore scene. The classic Even Furthers, ah, i can feel them cumming back ;p


December 3, 2003

As to be expected this is pure simple acid tech: 808 on percussion, minimal pumping octave bassline via 303. <b>“Dinner at Barney’s”</b> is the mack jam-- especially when the highhat opens up and starts crashing.


September 9, 2003
Originally titled "It's More Fun To Consume", but the artist changed his mind after the masters for the pressing were already made. The labels were changed to the new title - which is also one of the track titles - but the title engraved in the run-out remained the original one.

A1 and B1 are minimal Acid jams, whereas A2 and B2 are ferocious twisters, grungy to the extreme.