Mescalinum United ‎– We Have Arrived (Remixes By Aphex Twin & The Mover)

R & S Records ‎– RS 92019
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Magenta Labels


This version features plain magenta centre labels.

Other known variations of this release:
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Purple Labels

Some copies of this release have a stamped label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): RS 92019 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): RS 92019 - B1


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February 20, 2018
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December 1, 2015
WOW! I heard this track a couple of times back in the 90s. The original I mean. It truly is a "Destroy The Dancefloor" type of track. While it's more into the Hard Techno and not the Hardcore region. This could def make both fan bases go nuts. The original truly takes no prisoners.


November 16, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Aphex Twins the Living Legend, but The Mover Remix is far superior imho. I may be FfM-biased,but not PCP-based ;-)


August 13, 2010
my copy is purple label with info written in black marker pen.


February 17, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
OK, OK this is a great Aphex record but lets face it, the original, unremixed version has far more power and is THE single most, full-on, hardest and immense track ever made. Not due to speed (you can play it at any) but the thunderous nature of the sounds. It sends shivers down your spine, turns up the corners if your mouth and crushes opposition. Track it down and buy it. No offence Richard but we both know there is no point attempting to remix perfection. Bloody good try though.


March 22, 2004
Mr. Richard D. James delivers 2 extreme sounding remixes on this purple labelled piece of vinyl, which is reminiscent for his sound during that time (+/- 1992). A shame really that the Aphex and The Mover never collaborated after this release to deliver more of where this came from. Something i'll never see happening ever, unfortunately!

Most people know the B1 track as "We Have Arrived (The 2nd Coming", but this is entirely wrong. I always wondered how people came up with this info. The B2 track is a remix from The Mover. The 2nd Coming is a totaly different track by Mescalinum United.


October 7, 2003
Terroristic intent this one. Mescanlinium United is one part of the Planet Core Production crew of Frankfurt.
The original of this was released on Industrial Strength, and on Planet Core as a white vinyl press.
Memories of David Prince dancing naked on top of the speakers with a hard on circa Further 94 during mr. James set come to mind when I hear this track.


January 21, 2003

The two different pressings are actually the same, Renaat had a special dye made up for this release which was so volatile that it evaporated by the time the second pressing session at Discopress was booked and had to settle for a normal purple.


December 31, 2002
I´ve got two different "testpressings" but the only difference is the colour of the labelstickers. The first copy I got (I bought it in 1992) is cerise and the second one (that I found a couple of years later) is purple. This is one of the nastiest techno releases ever, and when Robert Leiner (R&S) played one of the remixes at the party Totally Freak Out in 1992 at the wrong speed everybody went bezerk!