Digital ‎– Deadline / Fix Up

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31 Records ‎– 31R - 012
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Deadline 5:58
AA Fix Up 5:56

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Credits

  • Mastered ByStu.*
  • Written-By, ProducerDigital

Notes

Made in England.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DEADRP001 Digital Deadline / Fix Up(12", RP) Function DEADRP001 UK 2005 Sell This Version
31R012 Digital Deadline / Fix Up(12", W/Lbl, Promo) 31 Records 31R012 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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davehebbs

davehebbs

September 2, 2016
Those stabs are so huge! Will always get a reaction.
Shaneski75

Shaneski75

August 15, 2015
Killa killa killa
thebuttonfreak

thebuttonfreak

August 25, 2013
What else can be said. Perfect.
Old_Boy

Old_Boy

May 21, 2013
For me 'Fix Up' is the track on this release. While Deadline has that trademark horns break it doesn't really go anywhere and becomes repetitve - kind of stuck in a rut. Fix Up on the other hand builds masterfully and keeps building over the the first 2 minutes - nothng too complex as this is a strict roller - then it continues to ebb and flow with great vocal dread samples and becomes a hypnotic monster - Now that's what I call DNB circa 2000
omnibeast

omnibeast

June 20, 2010
This is one of the best of all time and one of the tunes that inspired me to get into DJing. I remember going to fabric and hearing it all night without knowing what it was. It was just so infectious, almost tribal in a way. Is great to mix as well!
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

January 14, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The first time I heard this was when I was trying to get into a DnB party at some rock club in Philly. I was trying to count the change the casher was giving back to me after paying for admission when I was completely distracted by a masive 1993 darkcore track. As it turns out it wasn't a 1993 darkcore track... by the strict definition of the word at least. Instead this was a brand new track that Baily was playing on dubplate. Well I was blown away and couldn't believe that someone had the balls to make such a wicked tune in the age of mostly crap dnb. Well thank goodness that both Phantom Audio, and Total Science had those balls.
visual_stereo_ed

visual_stereo_ed

May 27, 2002

Personally my favourite Drum n Bass track of all time (and I have thought about it for some time). A paradox: so musically rich and with such dynamism and depth yet so simple, you can count the amount of samples Digital uses.

It is a melting pot of Dub, Hip Hop, Funk, DanceHall Ragga, Hardcore (Old School), Jungle, Drum n Bass.

Mixes deliciously with anything..I love it when Andy C used to mix Shake Ur Body into this one (I've ripped him off silly with that mix!)