Dillinja / Lemon D ‎– Violent Killa / 12.01

Label:
Valve Recordings ‎– VLV 001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Lemon D 12.01
Written-By, Producer – Lemon D
7:47
AA Dillinja Violent Killa
Written-By, Producer – Dillinja
5:35

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Notes

Label incorrectly credits release as:
Dillinja - Violent Killa (A)
Lemon D - 12.01 (AA)

However, per runouts, the info side is the AA-side Dillinja track and the logo side is the A-side Lemon D track.

Dillinja side published by Copyright Control.
Lemon D side published by Sony Music Publishing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): VLV 001 A-01-01-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA Runout): VLV 001 AA-01-01-2

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cameracolossus

cameracolossus

September 13, 2017
First heard this in Blue Note played by Rider. He eased the intro in faded last tune out out. Oh my gosh when it dropped it was like a bomb going off!!! The little hot place erupted!!!😵😵😵😵 my of been pulled up 4 times....Brilliant!! And don't forget that really heavy bass/sub that comes in, in the last quarter, thought my guts where gonna rupture. 10/10
dima338

dima338

July 3, 2016
Can't get enough of this 12". Some of the meanest and darkest dnb out there with the classic amen fills.

Don't quote me on this but apparently Dillinja used an explosion sample for the kick drum on Violent Killa.
Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

January 14, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

The bass drop used in Violent Killer is ridiculous, with so much sub bass, brute force breaks and intimidating atmosphere its dark and nasty and I love it. The flip is tame by comparison but both tunes hit hard and are so well produced. Both are filthy dirty tunes and are still good value, but watch prices rise. Future classics and the best release on Valve in my opinion.
bellymcr

bellymcr

January 21, 2015
Surely one of Dillinja's finest moments: a sublime track of dark and industrial beats and atmospherics, uncompromising production yet sounding so effortless; an unsettling, absorbing listen.
bnes

bnes

January 5, 2015
FYI, the etching is incorrect. The side marked "AA" is Violent Killa and the side marked "A" is 12.01.
djnineoneone

djnineoneone

June 29, 2008

Both tracks are of the early dark hard tech step dnb days with heavy, steady, hard hitting, slower beats layered with all kinds of stabs, kicks, and just outright weird sounds that come out unexpectedly and seemingly radom at times. Listening to these tracks compared to some of the newer releases from these artists gives you an idea of the progression of the dnb sound that they have presented over the years...Well worth to have in any collection....
random-future

random-future

August 7, 2004
edited over 7 years ago

christ! when i heard this in the record store i had to replay the drop about 10 times! A very dark and heavy track not far from "Armoured D" and deffo one to have in your record box. The flip "12.01" has quite a spellbinding intro with lovely amens and bubbling bass.

May 21, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
Oh my Gawd! what the f*** is going on here? This is one tune to enthrall the masses.I c`ant get over the speed and agression of this track. The bassline is almighty here and i am so glad to have this track because its so different from everything else in the box and is my prize vinyl at the moment. Has to be listened to be believed.