DK8* ‎– Murder Was The Bass

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DK Records ‎– DK8, DK Records ‎– DK 8
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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© + ℗ DK Recordings 2003
Catalog number on back of sleeve & inner label: DK8
Catalog number on spine: DK 8

Repressed in 2007.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DK 8 A1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DK 8 B1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE MPO

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Katrinasayang

Katrinasayang

November 26, 2017
Oh my goodness this record is good. I had absolutely no intention of buying anything today as I'm poor as hell. With the exception of this record.
Unseen

Unseen

November 17, 2017

Music that breaks down walls. Literally. One of the best from the Golden Era of Swedish Techno.
andyman5

andyman5

February 9, 2017
Carl Cox destroyed the long-gone Centro-Fly in NYC with the orig in 2003...it's all about the orig with that hard hoover sound.
k33gro123

k33gro123

November 11, 2016
13 Year old track is still the baddest tune in my bag.
andyhowarth

andyhowarth

February 3, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Class tune that still sounds huge today. Recently updated by Eagles & Butterflies, but this is still the one to have.
jarnoplum

jarnoplum

August 29, 2015
Does anyone have suggestions for other records that come close to this great track?
I'm talking about the energy, tempo, varieties of sounds.
malachaiuk

malachaiuk

December 3, 2009
edited over 8 years ago


Personally i think the original is the reason to own this vinyl, a techy breaks affair perfect for transitions between tech/Dub/prog and many other genres.
At 143bpm it may need to be slowed down a lil but if you want a hands in the air moment with one of the most reckognisable Loops in underground music history, Here is your winner.
visvitalis

visvitalis

April 3, 2008
When I first heard this amazing but agressive track a smile was seen on my face. There were was rave signals I didn't heard for a while. Another must have record I thought. And I was right so often. Everytime I played it loud for the people the whole crowd started to explode and the whole floor was burning. Forget the B-Side. It is an average track. But the A-Side is a straight shooter and a powerfull weapon for technomaniacs.
moosifer

moosifer

July 26, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
HOLY CRAP...........I don't believe it, this tune HAS actually blown out my bass bin! I was looking at the discogs comments on this tune and thought I'd give it a listen before selling it, and it's actually damaged the subwoofer on my surround system. I can't believe it, I was literally just reading about this tune damaging soundsystems, now everything sounds farty and broken! The Bass EQ on my mixer was (only) slightly up, but even so, this has never happened before. This is going to cost me a fortune to fix, and much more than the few quid that I can sell this for...

I am not happy...

Great tune, heavily overplayed thanks to UK radio stations.

CHECK YOUR LEVELS carefully before playing, or you may end up with a totally busted soundsystem like mine.
G.e.k.k.o

G.e.k.k.o

January 12, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

I picked this out of my collection the other week (playing the Rework as always) and it still sounds as good as it did in May 2003 when I listened to it in the record store I bought it from.
I remember then thinking the Rework would make the crossover to the hard house scene and knock me sideways, I first heard Anne Savage play it at Slinky, Opera House one fine Friday night in July that same year.

It is THE track of 2003 that can still hold its own over three years later.