Future Forces Inc.* ‎– Dead By Dawn / Point Of Origin

Label:
Renegade Hardware ‎– RH04
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

That Side
A Dead By Dawn 7:10
This Side
AA Point Of Origin 6:52

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Credits

Notes

© Renegade
℗ T.O.V. Music

written & produced
by future forces inc. (d. white / j. maldini)
at Trouble on Vinyl Studios

Track durations are not provided on the release, durations given are manually timed.
SRD is not credited as a distributor on the release, this information was likely sourced from a promo sheet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): RH04 - A "THE MORPHIC MIXES" - - JTS - -
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side AA): RH04 - AA - - JTS - -

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puttybutty1

puttybutty1

October 17, 2015

This bit of vinyl is an absolute monster. At the time of writing there are a few for sale at around the four quid mark and for me that's four quid well spent... Both sides are seriously mean, with devastatingly good bass lines. If you like mean and moody buy this, turn off the lights, shut the curtains and turn the bass up. You will love it.... A proper jaw wobbler
exranza

exranza

April 9, 2015
Dead by dawn is an obvious landmark tune in drum and bass. Seriously dark business with a bass line that is both brooding and addictive and would destroy any sound system. The warped vocals add to the menace of this beast of a tune. Rewind material.
hayleycee

hayleycee

March 26, 2015
Dead By Dawn
djjobrky

djjobrky

December 13, 2008

These tunes to my delight at the time moved drum n bass back into the darkness around 96/97 alongside tracks like Shadow Boxing by Doc Scott and Metropolis by Adam F. These also brought Future Forces (aka Maldini & D Bridge) into the big league, just before they grouped into the infamous Bad Company outfit. Dead by Dawn starts with a carefully constructed intro and then into some earth shattering dark side bass line pressure. Seriously big, which Randall absolutely championed back in the day. Point of Origin agains rolls out with smooth intro, and then drops into a throbbing sub low darker than dark bassline. As the track moves along the beats and bass get harder and more menacing, an absolute hardstep monster of a track. Both personal faves and will be in my collection for a long time. If you're looking into buying dark drum n bass this is a good starting point.