Drexciya ‎– Drexciya 2 - Bubble Metropolis

Underground Resistance ‎– UR-026
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


Fresh Water
A1 Aqua Worm Hole 5:25
A2 Positron Island 4:05
A3 Beyond The Abyss 2:17
Salt Water
B4 Bubble Metropolis 6:00
B5 Danger Bay 3:20
B6 Welcome To Drexciya 2:09

Companies, etc.


  • PresenterUR*
  • Producer [Filtered By]Drexciya


Tracks made in Drexciya for UR in Detroit
Special thanks to GOD

First pressing was released in a blue sleeve with an A4 sheet of information about Submerge's first Mail Order Outlet.

The tracks are sequentially listed over both sides the release (i.e. A1, A2, A3, B4, B5, B6).

BPM is not given.
A1: 141 | A2: 144 | A3: 144
B4: 129 | B5: 116 | B6: 150

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): UR 026-A (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): UR 026-B (NSC)


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April 8, 2019

Colin Dale played at least 5 tracks from this release on the Outer Limits section of his Abstract Dance show for several consecutive weeks. He seemed to show genuine enthusiasm particularly for Aqua Worm Hole. Of course, he had great taste. Blimey, the days before 'tech house' and 'minimal' became the trendy buzzwords and 'club' techno wasn't a thing as such. We were still raving to it then rather than 'clubbing' to it. No Boiler Room type DJ worshipping facing in one direction. Just the love for the music and dancing like weird freaks. What a highly experimental and relaxed era. This release is a true snapshot of that time.


March 29, 2018

Positron Island - brain munching super badness - what a track


January 30, 2017
really very pretty pretty ... pretty ... pretty, pretty ... good!


February 11, 2012
edited over 8 years ago
'Danger Bay' later issued as 'Dr Blowfins Water Cruiser' with slightly reduced playing time


November 5, 2006
edited over 14 years ago


What a great record by Drexciya. As always, it is tough to capture the magic of Drexciya music is words. This record kick of with Aqua Worm Hole, a beautiful electro track. It contains is has a very powerfull ongoing groove, which is just magical. Positron Island is the next track, it's more hard kicking and alot darker. Full of nasty aquatic electro sounds. Beyond The Abyss is up next, it's a short track. Not very special but it contains a great straight forward beat.

The B side starts of with the titel track of this release; Bubble Metropolis. One of the most well known tracks Drexciya released. Many Dj's around the world spinned this track in one of their sets. At some times this track freaks me out, it sounds paranoid in a very good way. Danger Bay is the second track on the B side. Another great nasty dark track, some sort of laughing vocal is heard in the background. Welcome To Drexciya closes this one down, it seems a little bit strange to put a track with such a title on last. But okay, this one is beatless. Just freakin' electronics.

This is indeed an essential release, I could recommend this record to every electrohead out there.


August 20, 2005
edited over 15 years ago

The standout track on Drexciya 2 has to be Bubble Metropolis. IMHO has to have one of the fattest basslines ever. The music allows you to picture yourself piloting you Lardozian crusier through the Drexciya underwater world speeding along the aquabahn. Another masterpiece from Drexciya. If you have never heard or come across Drexciya before I believe there is no better place to start than this EP. Absolutely Essential.