Dance Conspiracy ‎– Dub War

XL Recordings ‎– XLT-34, XL Recordings ‎– XLT 34
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Dub War (Chapter One) 6:43
A2 Dub War (Chapter Two) 6:51
AA1 Dub War (Chapter Three)
Remix – Chad Jackson
AA2 Dub War (Chapter Four)
Producer, Mixed By – Professor Stretch
AA3 Dub War (Chapter Five)
Remix – Chad Jackson



Pressed at Damont Audio Ltd, Engineered at Matrix Studios<p>
Main sample is taken from Public Enemy - Show 'Em Whatcha Got originally sampled from the Lafayette Afro Rock Band - Darkest Light, additional vocal samples from Megablast Rap
& The Step - Yeah You (Remix)

Chapters 2 samples:
Vocal from Barrington Levy - Under Mi Sensi
Vocal from Hijack - The Badman Is Robbin'

Chapter 3 samples:
Vocal from Barrington Levy - Under Mi Sensi
Vocal from Yellowman - Nobody Move, Nobody Get Hurt

Chapter 4 samples:
Vocal from Planet Patrol - Play At Your Own Risk

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012093 503462
  • Other (Etchings A/AA): MIKE's - THE EXCHANGE. DAMONT
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093503462

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MORPHO-001 Dance Conspiracy Dub War(12") Metamorphosis Records Inc MORPHO-001 UK 1992 Sell This Version
XLT-34, XLT 34 Dance Conspiracy Dub War(12", TP, W/Lbl) XL Recordings, XL Recordings XLT-34, XLT 34 UK 1992 Sell This Version
XLS - 34CD Dance Conspiracy Dub War(CD, Single) XL Recordings XLS - 34CD UK 1992 Sell This Version
MORPHO 001 Dance Conspiracy Dub War(12") Metamorphosis Records Inc MORPHO 001 UK 1992 Sell This Version
XLXV 1509 Dance Conspiracy Dub War(5xFile, MP3) XL Recordings XLXV 1509 UK 2004


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November 8, 2014
The version they put out on Metamorphosis is a little different to the XL recordings one. SO I guess an early copy will cost a small fortune these days.


August 6, 2014
First heard this on a DJ Sy Studio mix. One of the best 92 tunes without question. So many top DJ's played chapter 1. I love the euphoric female breakdown in the middle, makes it sound mellow and has that hands in the air element.

Glad I have more than one copy.


March 21, 2011
This EP is made up of 5 chapters. Each chapter manages (somehow) to be better than the preceding chapter. Perhaps it is the borrowing of past rave sounds that distinguish each chapter, perhaps it it is the faultless programming skills on display, perhaps it is the drums, perhaps it is the bass. Whatever it is this 12" demonstrates what worked so perfectly well with UK hardcore circa early 1992 - it was fucking untouchable. Perfect.


August 7, 2003

This'll annoy some people and make others leap for joy - someone's only gone and done a repress! I picked up one at IMO Records. Quality-wise, they've tried to make it look like the original but they may as well have not bothered as you can tell it's a repress immediately. Sounds like they've pressed it from an original record as the sound isn't perfect (noticeable bumps in the background when very quiet / silent).

But to all intents and purposes it's the original!


January 14, 2003

Quite simply the best dance / rave anthem of all time! The 12" EP is an early 90s trip down ecstacy lane, with different moods and tones. The main track is a jungle tour de force, with ay-ay-ay sweet female lyrics designed to send shivers down yer spine and get your hands in the air. It then moves on to deep basslines, with a massive jungle breakbeat moving your feet. Every rave DJ played this in every set. Guaranteed floor filler, i hugged more sweaty torsoes to this tune than any other! Brilliant.