The DJ Producer ‎– Doomsday Mechaniks

The Third Movement ‎– T3RDM0065
CD, Album


1 Doomsday Mechaniks 6:23
2 That Guitar Track 5:43
3 Zero Tolerance 6:27
4 History Lesson 6:25
5 Suffering 7:02
6 The Biggest Rave On Earth 6:07
7 Pestilance Eterna 7:36
8 The Devil Made Me Do It 6:32
9 The Pain Threshold 6:29
10 Neglected Intellect 5:48
11.1 4 Minute Intergalactic DJ Battle 4:29
11.2 (Silence) 1:00
11.3 Undefined 5:58

Companies, etc.



Track 11 consists of 2 different songs. 4 Minute Intergalactic DJ Battle runs for 4:28 followed by a one minute silence after which a new song starts, which is not shown on the sleeve. Its title was disclosed by the artist on his Soundcloud in May 2013.

P + C 2004 46Rec. / UWE
Published by UW Infini
Marketed by The Third Movement
Licensed courtesy of UWE

All tracks visualized, mapped out, mixed down, rendered, kicked fuck out of, and recorded for 46 Records between 2002 and 2004 by Luke F.M. McMillan a.k.a. The DJ Producer at the Darkroom Laboratory, Bath, U.K.

Special thanks to the Dog, dedicated to my Melly

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8717472370946
  • Matrix / Runout: DOCdata THIRD T3RDM 0065
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3611
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LJ82

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
46CD01 The DJ Producer Doomsday Mechaniks(CD, Album) 46 Records, UWe 46CD01 France 2004 Sell This Version
none The DJ Producer Doomsday Mechaniks(CDr, Album, Promo) 46 Records none France Unknown Sell This Version
T3RDM0065 The DJ Producer Doomsday Mechaniks(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0065 Netherlands 2004



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August 24, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

The DJ Producer, mainly known by his ripping speedcore/breakcore sets together with Hellfish, delivers a very diverse album. It ranges from industrial hardcore to breakcore/speedcore to more ambient and acid breakbeat tracks. Allthough I am not a big fan of speedcore, the tracks on this cd still sound very well composed and blend in wel with the other tracks.

The opening track 'Doomsday mechanics' is a real floor-filler with broken up basslines, 'That Guitar Track' features lots of distortion, while 'Zero Tolerance' is a breakbeat-acid track, just to pick out a few. 'The biggest rave on earth' sounds like the track The Prodigy could have made if they had stayed in the hardcore scene.

this shows The DJ Producer has a wide range of styles in his sleeves and an open mind. Great album!