Digital Mystikz ‎– dmZ007

Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Untitled
Interviewee – Mala (4)
A2 Haunted 4:03
AA1 Untitled
Interviewee – Mala (4)
AA2 Anti War Dub
Featuring [Uncredited] – Spen G


Comes with the same A4 release sheet as the white label version, but this version has different runouts.
Black centre label on side A is stamped in golden ink.
Track durations are approximated and do not appear on this release.
Tracks A1 & AA1 are short excerpt introductions from an interview with Mala at the Red Bull Music Academy in 2008.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): M2D 007 - A₁ HERE'S A SPECIAL COPY......
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA, etched): MZD 007ᴮ²

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
dmz007 Digital Mystikz Haunted / Anti War Dub(12") DMZ dmz007 UK 2006 Sell This Version
dmz007 Digital Mystikz Haunted / Anti War Dub(2xFile, MP3, 320) DMZ dmz007 UK 2006
MZD007 Digital Mystikz dmZ007(12", Ltd, TP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Digital Mystikz) MZD007 UK 2013 Sell This Version
DMZ 007 Digital Mystikz Haunted / Anti War Dub(12", W/Lbl) DMZ DMZ 007 UK 2006 Sell This Version


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July 27, 2016
Go and buy the Warrior Dubz CD for a fiver and get this pressed for yourselves. Granted it won't have the other tunes on, but at the end of the day if you're buying this version then you can't care about it that much XD


January 20, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
it is shit to talk about piracy of this wax, when you can find this track all over the internet. When you have to start crying about piracy, you shouldnt start here. people who own this record are only afraid of losing their exclusivity and not getting the items selled for 150P+. Its about the music, not about releases and the goddamn money


October 16, 2014

Giving this a 1 only on the principle of these CLOWNS bootlegging it.

To those who have the original pressing, no need to worry...this is only going to further raise its value.


April 15, 2014

I totally understand the intention behind arguments for why this bootleg ruins the exclusivity of the original 12", but I just don't think those arguments hold up in the modern world we live in. Anyone who wants this release can easily find vinyl rips of it, can easily sample it through the many accessible youtube vids, or if they think the vinyl is the only medium that matters for this (which I mostly agree with), they can still buy the damn thing, they just have to have (as of now) £99.99 for a marked up copy of it. There's no exclusivity. Anyone can have it, they just have to be willing to spend £99.99. Don't you think that's more offensive than this repressing? I've tossed around the idea of paying the outrageous prices for the original a few times, though I've never done it. But now I have to ask - who would I rather give my money to? The people who pressed this bootleg, with the supposed intention of letting a wider audience own it without paying £100, or the people are taking advantage of the intended exclusivity to make money by selling it for an outrageous price to someone who would love to own it?

Yes, it's piracy. It's a bit of a unique case though - this release doesn't take away from the artists' income, since they've said they will not repress it. I don't think that alone makes this okay. It's a pretty grey area. I haven't bought it because I'm still unsure of where I stand on this. But I don't think it's a black & white morally wrong product like some people are claiming.


November 27, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
Heard this vinyl today & it sounds good quality, I was just a bit surprised at mala's comment about 1 pressing cause to my understanding there are 3 pressings - the white label, the 1st general release & then the repress? I'm not sure if this unofficial repress/bootleg thing is a great idea tho, really it's making money off of someone else's work.
I thought it was a rework but it's the original tracks with a vocal/speech intro - quite, well very surprised!! In a way it's good cause people can own a sought after vinyl (who's price has been increasingly bumped up, to stupid levels)!! but on the other hand it's blatant piracy!! Unless in the end, it turns out to be a dmz side project or something unofficial but given clearance.
Need to see this press release sheet.


November 16, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
That press release sheet is pretty ridiculous... Seems pretty inflammatory to include the sample of Mala saying the release will never be repressed and then jock the hell out of him on the press sheet "We know it was a controversial decision to cut and press this record and as huge followers of the DMZ religion it wasn't taken lightly" What a load of crap... If ya'll were seriously "huge followers of the DMZ religion" you would NOT go straight against Malas' intention that this not be repressed and then spit in his face again by actually including a sample of him PUBLICLY STATING this on your completely illegal bootleg rip. Wow, you should probably feel great about yourselves.


November 6, 2013
At the beginning of this record is part of an interview with Mala from RBMA saying this record will never be repressed.
If you'd have bought this you would have known that haha
I bought a copy out of pure curiosity (I have a copy of the original and the MAH copy) and the quality of both tracks is quite good.
I do not condone bootlegging but look up dub plate culture and you'll learn a thing or two.


October 10, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A good tribute to the original, its not trying to steal its thunder, but infact giving people like me who dont want to spend hundreds on a vinyl the opportunity to have it in my collection.
The sound is nice and clean and doesnt feel or sound cheap at all, a pro studio obviously has played a big part in this remake thankfully.
must have!



October 6, 2013
Has an introduction to each track with a short description from mala at the red bull music academy. The pressing is as good as the original, the sound quality is great. Has a little extra bass EQ to make it punch a bit better. I would recommend this if you can not get hold of an original press. 10/10