Dave Clarke ‎– Archive One

Deconstruction ‎– 74321 3611 02, Bush ‎– 74321 3611 02
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1 Rhapsody In Red 3:29
2 Protective Custody 4:51
3 No One's Driving 4:23
4 The Woki 5:39
5 Southside 4:33
6 Wisdom To The Wise 6:06
7 Tale Of Two Cities 4:34
8 Storm 6:56
9 Miles Away
Written By, Programmed By – Catlow*Written-By, Programmed By, Producer, Engineer – Clarke*
10 Thunder 5:14
11 Splendour
Vocals, Lyrics By – Laura-Jane*

Companies, etc.



All tracks published by M62/BMG Music Publishing Ltd except tracks 2 & 6 by True Love.

'No One's Driving' includes vocal samples from

'The Devil made me do it' by Paris MCPS copyright Tommy Boy Records/Big Life Records

'U Know What Time It Is' by Grandmaster Flash (Walliams/Dukes/Sadler) MCPS copyright Elektra Records

'Rock Da House Y'all' by West Street Mob MCPS copyright Sugarhill/Castle Communications

'Get Pepped' by Skinny Boys (Bush/Harrison/Harrison) MCPS copyright Jive Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 4321-36110-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 743213611020
  • Label Code: LC 8280
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S 743213-61102 02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8770
  • Distribution Code (F): BM 620
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 32067 2 Dave Clarke Archive One(CD, Album, Dig) Deconstruction, Bush 74321 32067 2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
74321 32067 4 Dave Clarke Archive One(Cass, Album) Deconstruction 74321 32067 4 UK 1996 Sell This Version
74321 32067-1/2/4 Dave Clarke Archive 1(CDr) Deconstruction 74321 32067-1/2/4 UK 1995 Sell This Version
74321 3611 02 Dave Clarke Archive One(CD, Album) Deconstruction, RCA 74321 3611 02 Canada 1996 Sell This Version
74321 32067 1 Dave Clarke Archive One(2xLP, Album) Deconstruction, Bush 74321 32067 1 UK 1996 Sell This Version


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October 16, 2009
edited over 4 years ago
This is Dave Clarkes finest production "Archive One" collects various singles on different Ep's most notably the legendary "Red Series". What's ironic is dave clarke is anti drugs yet he has produced some of the most tripped out Techno of all time apparently the Red Series was inspired by "Tronik House" aka Kevin Saunderson who also released some brilliant Hardcore Techno tracks on his KMS label stand out tracks would be "Wisdom To The Wise". Which is Dave Clarkes Masterpiece hypnotic to the core a seminal track along with Storm full on Techno with some wicked riffs and the vocals if you listen carefully illustrate his anti drugs stance. . All in all a brilliant Techno album. It has more in common with European Techno and Underground Resistance than Detroit Techno which is more subtle. Enjoy this definitive release.


April 2, 2004
Gave this one a few listen"s" recently and I need to say there's so much of Clarkes ROCK attitude I can't stand it. Classic electronic dance music in all its facets an no need to blame this guy though he's a real arrogant DJ.

Give crops and check your big booooooty!