Dimensional Holofonic Sound* ‎– The House Of God

Hangman Records ‎– HANGMAN40, Hangman Records ‎– HGN40-0
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 House Of God ($50 Mix) 3:05
A2 House Of God (Holy Version) 3:10
A3 House Of God (Unholy Version) 3:06
B1 Holophonic Sound 4:48
B2 The Difference Between Noise And Music 1:32
B3 #9 Bad Acid 4:02
C Holo-Voodoo 5:01
D1 The Forbidden 2:27
D2 Holophonic Remix 3:10


  • Mastered ByRCE*


Track B3 "#9 Bad Acid" contains a vocal sample from "The Beatles - Revolution 9"

Sleeve lists catalogue number HANGMAN40.
Label and run-out both list catalogue number HGN40-0.

Artist appears as DHS on spine & labels and as D.H.S. on back of sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 2313-87140-0 7

Other Versions (5 of 39) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RS 9125 DHS The House Of God(12") R & S Records RS 9125 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
DIGI 039-12 DHS The House Of God(12") Digi White DIGI 039-12 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
CLUB924-3 Dimensional Holofonic Sound* The House Of God(12") Le Club CLUB924-3 Spain 2002 Sell This Version
HGN 0 DHS House Of God (Remixes)(12") Hangman Records HGN 0 US 1990 Sell This Version
013582-5 CLU D.H.S.* House Of God(CD, Single) Club Tools 013582-5 CLU Germany 2001 Sell This Version


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June 12, 2017
edited 9 months ago

Do not listen to the count less remixes.... Listen to THIS the original! Jesus Christ almighty???? House Of God (Unholy Version) and #9 Bad Acid !!! Wow!


April 14, 2016
It's now April 2016, and this song is still brilliant, after 25 years.......


March 18, 2014
Way ahead of it's time this original double 12 inch release, honestly. It's still very liked


October 30, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
In 1991, the german DJ icon Sven Väth used "The house of god" for an own, short jingle in the legendary HR 3 Clubnight radio series. He imitated the preacher's voice of the track with his striking voice by using the german words "...die Hausaufgaben". This sounds quite similar to the english pronunciation of "The house of god" and it simply means "...to do your homework"! In spite of the fact, that this tune is at any rate a milestone in the history of techno, I paradoxially have to think of this sappy joke first, when I listen to it.:)


December 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
It has somehow been able to transform itself into timeless classic. Now going on 16 years, D.H.S. still sounds good coming out of a stack of speakers. The one thing I notice more then anything else is that anytime there is a dancefloor full of people and you drop this, the crowd always embraces it. I don't care if you are in the trediest spot in Ibiza with a handbag crowd, drop D.H.S. the crowd will cheer it on. No rhyme or reason why, it's just a good track and a good record. Always has been.


February 3, 2003

A very early UK rave classic!
Hard (for it's time), dark and very bent with a more belgian sound.
On the second record you will find some old electro beat techno.
All in all a milestone release for the Uk scene which was caught in a hardcore breakbeat loop in 1990.
"House of God" was huge in Belgium and this record was re-issued on R&S.
Has one of the ugliest picture sleeves in Techno history of a badly hand-drawn 'hangman' stick figure.