Jay Denham ‎– After Thought

Choice ‎– Choice 05
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Blue


  • Artwork By – Nova-Mondo
  • Mastered ByNilz*
  • Producer, Mixed ByJay Denham


Mastered at The Exchange.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CHOICE005 Jay Denham After Thought EP(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Choice CHOICE005 France 1999 Sell This Version


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February 6, 2018
The Brain On Drugs looks and sounds better on the turntable platter. But please ensure you have taken it out of the frame first?! For more information please consult your local (record) dealer! End of line.


February 13, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

Train To Zanzabar is one of the few techno tracks that really are what the title says. You literaly feel like travelling on an old train which hipnotize you with all the rumbling noises. It is for me one of the most driving and hypnotizing tracks I ever heard. It has subtle changes, but after two minutes into the track you will be drawn deep into the rhythm and moving to it! Everytime I heard it in a club, people went crazy!


January 22, 2011
This one looks much better than it sounds, if you follow my drift. Sharp red center labels, with a photo of a mini disc smacked in the middle of it, and the vinyl itself is colored dark blue, like the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean.
However, the music is pretty uninspired. Heavy on the tribal side, namely the opening tune, Train To Zanzabar. Linear beats and, additional tribal drums throughout the background, punctuated by loud cymbals. And like that it goes for four tracks in a row.
All numbers are over five minutes in length, so it's safe to say they all go on far beyond their welcome. However, if you're into the more upbeat side of the Purpose Maker imprint, or the Code Red european label which followed its aesthetic, then you should find your money's worth here.
Funky tribal techno which will work the crowd, although I doubt anyone will remember it the next morning.
My verdict: it will look nicer framed on your wall than will it sound under the needle.