Depth Charge ‎– Depth Charge

Vinyl Solution ‎– STORM 8
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

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Poweround Flipside
A Depth Charge (Han Do Jin Version)
Mixed By – J. Saul Kane
B1 Depth Charge (Drum Death Version)
Mixed By – Grimm Death
Flying Side
B2 Depth Charge (Bass It)
Mixed By – Grimm Death

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Poweround Flipside - 45 - Other Side
Flying Side - 33 - This Side - Side 2 - Love It!
Mastered John Dent - The Exchange
Distributed In The UK By Pinnacle/Recuts
Made In England - Made In UK
℗ 1989 Vinyl Solution
© 1989 Vinyl Solution

The release was plated at P.R. Records Limited.

Contains a vocal sample from Cymande "The Recluse". Spoken section at beginning and end of the track is a dialogue sampled from the 1982 movie "Incredible Shaolin Thunderkick".

Side A: 45 RPM - Side B: 33⅓ RPM

BPMs are not given on the release:
A: 88 | B1: 88 | B2: 88.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 017687 300861
  • Label Code: LC7871
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): STORM 8 A¹ The Exchange F TAN toa Liang Wang chang Li JOHN Lui Yuen Bio Superstar BASS HEADS HANG WONGS SON PR-E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): STORM 8 B¹ PR-E JONZ F DEATH DUB DANCE

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July 11, 2018
Pre WU TANG CLAN using old school Kung Fu movies as samples, many Afro Caribbean and African American communities watched these movies as an alternative to the mainstream.


December 16, 2017
Such a crying shame the A side was cut at half speed, its bugged me for years... Ive finger spun it up to the same RPM as the B side & its just amazing. Had to be a miscommunication when pressing. Rip a WAV at +8, whack it on a CD, pitch it up & re-record... Breakbeat monster.


October 31, 2014

I agree - always used to go down best at 45rpm!

The A side plays at 45rpm, the B side at 33.


September 30, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
check out "bass it" puts all dubstep to shame, real bass, not virtual bass!


March 23, 2011
If anyone can tell what breabeat he samples I'd be very very grateful...;)


August 30, 2003
edited over 10 years ago

The A side plays at 45rpm, the B side at 33.

At the correct speed(s), it's a dubbed out pre-Triphop kung fu flick oddity.

If you play the B side at 45rpm, it speeds up to become 120+ bpm breakbeat hardcore! It was played this way on UK pirate radio & at raves back in the day.