Dom* & Optical ‎– Quadrant Six (Fierce Remix) / Rage Roll

Audio Couture ‎– AC 111
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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March 16, 2016

Should be worth more money..Hardcore Drum And Bass Remix by Fierce..When Drum And Bass was Good!!


October 27, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Quadrant Six - Fierce Rmx is a damn fine piece of work, and I totally love it! Maybe more so than the original. From the beautiful opening middle eastern tinged, string and horn combo that has a real haunting presence,it draws me in with ease. Gradually building, slowly increasing in volume, until it all drops out...Then in comes a whole cold world of Analogue :) Drums, Cymbals, Hats and morphing/filtered Bass with nearly all the low end cut. There is in fact no low sub in this tune until around the 3 minute mark, and my favourite bit, the 2nd drop! When Fierce, does then unleash the full force of the tune. Back in slams the beat and bass + sub. The bass line is fat and takes a completely new rhythmical path, the groove to it is fantastic! It also add's a warmth to the tune that for the previous 3 mins wasn't in the Icier soundscape, Clever stuff! Quadrant Six pumps along in a heavy 'Stick out yo chest' manner heightening in power on its journey with great cymbal splash's and cool drum edits. It was this remix that really put Fierce firmly on my radar, excellent tune!


February 4, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

The remix takes things on a rather less intense - but no less deadly - journey, with a more stomping two step beat and gurgling bass as if summoned up by Lucifer himself. Topped off with even more emotive sax action, this remix is on a par with the original.

Rage Roll opens with desolate visions - imagine wandering round stoke on trent on an acid comedown at 4am in the morning - and while this is probably too slow and introverted for today's dancefloor (and that's a shame), it's proof that atmosphere and soul isn't just the preserve of GLO.


November 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

RAGE ROLL - Possibly one of the darkest pieces to emerge at the height of the Techstep / Neurofunk sub genre. This track is utterly atmospheric; creeping malevolent two step beats provide a bed for gloomy sinister sound effects that work themselves up into a menacing rage culminating with an angry “reece” bass sound.

If anyone is interested as to why there were no girls on the drum and bass dance floors at this time (late 1996 -1998), this would be a classic example!!

Pure genius!