Exocet ‎– Target One / Demon Seed

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Dirty Mac ‎– DM12.003
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Target One
AA Demon Seed

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Exocet Target One / Demon Seed(Acetate, 10") Music House (4) none UK 1997 Sell This Version
DM12.003 Exocet Target One / Demon Seed(12", TP, W/Lbl, Sta) Dirty Mac DM12.003 UK 1997 Sell This Version
DM12003 Exocet Target One / Demon Seed(12", Promo) Dirty Mac DM12003 UK 1997 Sell This Version
KONTER 01 Exocet Target One / Demon Seed(12") Konter Records KONTER 01 Germany 1997 Sell This Version

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Elephantyasis

Elephantyasis

November 12, 2019
hundreds of tracks come and go, few stand the test of time, and even fewer scratch the itch which drives the spirit of the underground. but the demonic and titular 'seed' which makes this release so special took root in my mind and has since quietly festered into something unholy and downright evil. this one will possess you
Pliskin1976

Pliskin1976

January 20, 2018
Without doubt one of the greatest jungle records of all time truly stunning will sound good in 50 years time unlike most recent jungle and drum and bass which appears to be getting weaker and weaker and in some cases is just Mac Donald’s clown music!
devin306

devin306

July 30, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

I found a copy of the Kontor issue cheap used in '98, played the hell out of it and left it with Clarence for all the memories. Bought a copy of the Dirty Mac issue a couple years back when I realized this wasn't a tune to be without. A beautiful record, one even our non-D'n'B-loving friends can appreciate. Target One is a lovely tune too, truly a double A side and worth every penny.

Come in low out of the rising sun.
About a mile out, put on the music...
put on the music.. put on the music...
orijahnalsound

orijahnalsound

March 12, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
"Demon Seed" is easily, hands down, one of the greatest DnB tunes ever. Much in the same way that "Shadow Boxing" uses subtleness to great effect, as does "Demon Seed". But where "Shadow Boxing" just simply rolls out, "Demon Seed" builds up to the greatest of heights only to break down, take you by the hand and lift you back up except this time, it builds even further. Always a dancefloor filler to this day and one all of the trainspotters stop and ask me about. Essential tune and one if you dont hear atleast once in your life, youd might as well consider your life a waste.