Hibrid ‎– Hypnotizin

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Hypnotizin (Original Mix) 7:12
Hypnotizin (Drumstrumental) 0:51
Hypnotizin (Get Down Mix) 7:56
Hypnotizin (Basstrumental) 1:29

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MEGAS01, MEGA S01 Hibrid Hypnotizin(12") Megablast Recordings, Megablast Recordings MEGAS01, MEGA S01 UK 1990 Sell This Version
MEGAS01, MEGA S01 Hibrid Hypnotizin(12", TP) Megablast Recordings, Megablast Recordings MEGAS01, MEGA S01 UK 1990 Sell This Version
MEGAS01, MEGA S01 Hibrid Hypnotizin(12", W/Lbl) Megablast Recordings, Megablast Recordings MEGAS01, MEGA S01 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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Steveo33837

Steveo33837

December 1, 2019
referencing Hypnotizin, 12", MEGAS01, MEGA S01
Catchy old skool breakbeat roller with a nice b line too... It's the 'Get Down Mix' for me. Key use of a female vocal sample from Raw Silk - Do It To The Music.

As others have mentioned - the famous Amen loop also in use. One step ahead!

Brought to my attention by DJ Swan E.

This track was blasted out alongside stuff like Genaside 2, 4 For Money, B Sides etc. Pirate radio vibes!

Bargain basement prices... grab a copy.

SparkiDee

SparkiDee

March 14, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Hypnotizin, 12", MEGAS01, MEGA S01
Fantastic record received today in the post, a very warm sound to it and the use of the amen breakbeat goes to show how forward thinking Hibrid was. I like the other reviewer feel that this is one of the first tunes to use the amen break in a hardcore/rave/breakbeat (whatever you wanna call it) track, it wasnt until a year later that Lennie De Ice used it so this could be a bit of history you have if you purchase it. The track is well constructed with a nice build up that also doesnt take too long, its a perfect chill out tune as well as a nice steady floor thumper weighing in at about 120ish BPM. Music from this time was of that speed before BPM's went off the charts in later years. Add this to your collection you wont regret it.
DJMK1

DJMK1

September 9, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Hypnotizin, 12", MEGAS01, MEGA S01
I've heard a lot about the "first" use of the Amen break in a dance tune, and for me, this was it. (Although Mantronix used it way before in a downtempo track). Theres even a 2 minute drumstumental of the breakbeat on side A! Still this was a massive track and got played a lot at the Hacienda and some of the warehouse parties that preceded the "Rave" scene in 1990, played alongside tracks like LFO's "LFO" and PKA's "Let me hear you say yeah". I believe this appears on a "Best of the Hacienda" too.