KMA Productions ‎– Phantasy Trip / Cape Fear

Urban Beat ‎– URB 004
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


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Track B samples a Juliette Lewis monologue from Martin Scorsese's 1991 film, "Cape Fear."

A-side label reads: "KMA setting the pace for others to follow. Advise playable only on booming set. These tracks in memory of Mickey G."

Track sides are switched on some copies, either due to a vinyl mispress or label misprint, whereby "Cape Fear" plays on the A-side.

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  • Barcode: 5023903202857
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side Runout Hand Etchings): URB 004 A C.B.A Tim D. Masterpiece M.P.O
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side Runout Hand Etchings): URB 004 B CBA Tim D. M.P.O

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June 2, 2015

Can't believe something made before I was born is so damn good. Haunting sample, that captures the sinister air of the tunes namesake movie. Dirty bass and deep grooves means it will have a presence in the genre like few others.


January 5, 2004

From the moment "Cape Fear" starts you feel as though it is trying to escape, the beat almost getting ahead of itself. Then things slow a litte, it begins to creep, almost grinding to a halt.

"My reminiscence, I always thought, that for such a lovely river the name was mystifying, Cape Fear, when the only thing to fear on those enchanted summer nights, was that the magic would end and real life would come crashing in."
(Cue one of the biggest drops in a UK Garage record)

Sinister only goes half way to describing the disturbing darkness that is "Cape Fear".

A masterpiece...