FUSE* ‎– Dimension Intrusion

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First release on Plus 8: May 1993

Tracklist

A New Day 3:57
F.U. 7:47
Slac 3:13
Dimension Intrusion 4:02
Substance Abuse 5:02
Train-Trac.1 6:40
Another Time (Revisited) 6:21
Theychx 13:25
UVA 8:05
Mantrax 7:59
Nitedrive 3:28
Into The Space 5:02
Logikal Nonsense 1:13

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLUS8024 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(2xLP, Album) Plus 8 Records PLUS8024 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
WARP LP 12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(2xLP, Album) Warp Records WARP LP 12 UK 1993 Sell This Version
WARP LP12 LTD, warp lp12 Fuse* Dimension Intrusion(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Whi) Warp Records, Warp Records WARP LP12 LTD, warp lp12 UK 1993 Sell This Version
WARP LP 12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Warp Records WARP LP 12 UK 1993 Sell This Version
TVT 7208-2 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album) Wax Trax! Records, TVT Records TVT 7208-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
warp cd12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album) Warp Records warp cd12 UK 1993 Sell This Version
PLUS8024 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album) Plus 8 Records PLUS8024 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
TVT 7208-4 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(Cass, Album) TVT Records TVT 7208-4 US 1993 Sell This Version
WARP MC 12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(Cass, Album) Warp Records WARP MC 12 UK 1993 Sell This Version
SRCS 7801 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album) Sony Records SRCS 7801 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
warp cd12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album) Warp Records warp cd12 UK Unknown Sell This Version
warp cd12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion(CD, Album, RP) Warp Records warp cd12 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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Muldert

Muldert

September 23, 2015
edited 8 months ago
referencing Dimension Intrusion, 2xLP, Album, PLUS8024

'Substance abuse' seems inspired by Joey Beltrams 'Energy Flash', listening to the echoed claps, the crash cymbals and the consecutive drops. The low pitched yelling of 'Overdoze Overdoze Overdoze' seems outdated now, but is it really? When the Bjarki track with similar silly vocals is the current hyped record.
abracadabra-1

abracadabra-1

November 24, 2014
referencing Dimension Intrusion, 2xLP, Album, WARP LP 12
Not a bad release, has three good tunes on it.
tsonik

tsonik

November 7, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Dimension Intrusion, CD, Album, warp cd12

My Favourite. Recommend other Plastikman and Richie Hawtin work.
spa5tik0lonz

spa5tik0lonz

August 14, 2014
referencing Dimension Intrusion, 2xLP, Album, WARP LP 12

Excellent album from Hawtin, you have full acid bangers on here which I usually skip but they are classics. But then you have beautiful Detroit beauties such as "Dimension Intrusion" and "Nitedrive", Ahhhhhhh Nitedrive......5.5
TimeIsoldsome

TimeIsoldsome

February 25, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Dimension Intrusion, 2xLP, Album, WARP LP 12

This album has a beautiful fluidity which I find missing in his later work. To my ears his recordings here as F.U.S.E. (Future Underground Subsonic Experiments) show Richie at the peak of his experimental and creative zenith. Great cover artwork by his brother Matthew. A classic LP that has stood the test of time very, very well. Only downside is it's on White vinyl and as such suffers with sound quality.
TimeIsoldsome

TimeIsoldsome

February 25, 2014
referencing Dimension Intrusion, 2xLP, Album, PLUS8024

The best thing Richie Hawtin has done by miles. This album has a beautiful fluidity which I find missing in his later work. To my ears his recordings as F.U.S.E. (Future Underground Sound Experiments.) show Richie at the peak of his creative zenith. Great cover artwork by his brother Matthew too. A classic.
maroko

maroko

April 10, 2009
referencing Dimension Intrusion, CD, Album, PLUS8024

This is most probably Richie Hawtin's career defining moment, though not as nearly as venerated as his Plastikman output. First of all, it's all that versatile, and still captures the essence of a real album, meaninig it encompasses an impressive amount of territory (electronic music wise), failing to stick to any one of them, but never sounds like a random 'FUSE: the collection' amount of tracks. You get everything from deep, warm melodies, menacing hard techno, ambient, minimal and repetitive musical patterns, dry and wicked acid, subtle and hard percussion, something for the mind and the feet.
I'm keen of the way in which "Dimension intrusion" isn't afraid to explore many paths, something I missed in his Plastikman projects, which very often stuck to a single mood and pulled it through an entire album. I guess it sounds like a combination of his straight forward, thumping, minimal acid stuff (think Krakpot), Speedy J's mid nineties playful and melody inclined breed of techno, with a touch of that heavy, bass driven stuff.
Favorite tracks are Theyck, a long and hypnotizing tune, with a smooth flow and a really trippy, laid back feel to it. Makes me drift away with my thoughts like few other tunes can, then Substance Abuse as a close second, with a deviant 'overdose' sample, coupled with female chants during the break down. Awesome, and hella nasty!
From Richie's mind into ours.