Intravine ‎– The Lord's Prayer

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Not On Label ‎– INT 12-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label
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Onetime

March 23, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

Quite simply one of the most epic hardcore tracks ever made - raw, crunching synth bassline, crashing breakbeats, sirens and a female spoken word prayer - all the key elements present and correct.

I bought this when it came out after reading a review in Select Magazine (remember them?). It incorrectly attributed it to the KLF (a mishearing of the "are you afraid of the chaos?" sample).

As if the soundtrack for the Exorcist had been scored by Joey Beltram. The tune still sounds fresh almost 20 years later.
ThaDarkStranger

ThaDarkStranger

September 8, 2007
This is awesome end of the world orchestral oldskool hardcore madness. It begins with a sample taken from some science program where it says:

"We believe that the whole universe - at least one theory is that the whole universe which is now expanding, ultimately will begin to contract upon itself and in so doing it will annhilate itself back into the singularity from which it was born."

Deep stuff there and the four tunes here, which are basically just slightly different arrangements of the first track, immediately throw you into a wall of sound. Massive beats, huge bass and another sample that fittingly goes: "Are you afraid of chaos?"

You gotta love hardcore bizznizz like this. This is rough badass stuff.