Dom & Roland ‎– Imagination / Imagination (Kemal & Rob Data Remix)

Moving Shadow ‎– SHADOW 152
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

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℗&© 2001 Moving Shadow Ltd.

The whispering voice was coined from Star Trek Voyager (Scorpion Part 1).
It sounds: "There are times, Catarina, when I find myself transfixed by a shadow on the wall, or the splashing of water against a stone.... I stare at it, the hours pass.... The world around me drops away, replaced by worlds being created and destroyed by my imagination.... A way to focus the mind."


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April 10, 2018
edited 11 months ago
People seem to throw the term 'dark' around far too often when it comes to describing many drum and bass tracks. This track however, is not just dark, it is pure evil. A deep, eerie and hypnotic masterpiece. My first dnb vinyl purchase too. =)


March 16, 2016

The Original cannot be beaten...Rushy like the good old days..Here we go!!!!


June 10, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

This was re-pressed due to huge demand after originally appearing on the 'Midnight club' ep, and after getting rave reviews across the drum & bass board. One listen and you realise why.
'Imagination' is one of the darkest drum & bass tunes ever produced with eerie soundscapes, vocals & the most evil reece bassline in the universe. This is a tune that you will listen to again and again from beginning to end. A classic by the legendary Dom.


June 3, 2004
Possibly my all time favourite drum 'n bass track. The pitchblack, apocalyptic soundscape spells "doom" in big letters with one of the scariest intros ever, before the snarling subbass and rock hard beats pounces on the listener and pummels the speakers into submission. The mere though of hearing this on a giant 50k rig is overwhelming enough. Big thanks to Klute for mentioning it in an interview and thus making me aware of this absolutely brilliant production.


March 18, 2004

Imagination is the post 2000 epitome of dark d'n'b, a moody build up and a dark brooding and evil breakdown, it's almost as if its not in a hurry to go anywhere, just building up that charged yet subversive atmopshere.
the remix also does justice to the orignal, adding the distincy techy sound of kemal and his partner in crime, rob data.