DJ Skorp & DJ Pila ‎– Mindcontroller

R.N.O. Records ‎– RNO 003
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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Black Side
A1 Mindcontroller
Written-By – Pila*, Skorp*, Dulk*
White Side
B1 Oohh God Damned I'm Great
Written-By – Pila*, Skorp*, Lady Dana, Dulk*
B2 The New Style
Written-By – Pila*, Skorp*, Dulk*

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Full title is "DJ Skorp & DJ Pila Present Mindcontroller"

Backside mentions:
"Soon available
RNO 004 - King Mathew & Bass D
RNO 005 - RNO Tornado"

Both records never released on R.N.O. Records, the catalog numbers became other releases:
DJ Skorp & Chronotrigger - Bass Now
Skorpus Ravers vs. Cyntex - Bomb De Bomb

Track B1 samples:
Vocal from Ultramagnetic MCs - A Chorus Line Pt. 1

Based on the manufacturing process, some copies have been pressed on dark brown/black translucent vinyl which is only visible when held up to a strong light.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RNO 003 - Black Side -
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RNO 003 - White Side -


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April 12, 2018

One of the EPs where actually every track is a dancefloor filler! Of course Mindcontroller - also one of my fav gabba tunes of all time - is the stand out track on it but the others are very solid as well and would have been the main track on any other EP, too. The New Style is a pumping going forward track typical for that time and Ooh God damned uses that Yello style samlpe and twists and turns it into a solid banger. Very tight production on all the tracks, hence the EP is that sought after and has its price here on Discogs.


October 21, 2016

I suspect the reason this release is so sought after these days is the track "Mindcontroller". But for me, it's all about "Oohh God Damned I'm Great", as played by DJ Brisk a fair bit in 1995. The usual combination of big stabs and a pitched up sample, but with a nice floaty breakdown in the middle for a bit of contrast.