Noise Factory ‎– The Capsule EP

3rd Party ‎– 3RD#4
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Limited Edition


A1 Futuroid 5:57
A2 Survival 6:08
AA1 Straight From The Bedroom 5:13
AA2 Breakage #4 4:29

Companies, etc.



(P) Westbury Music Ltd / Noise Factory Music

Tracks A1 and AA2 mixed at Third Party.
Tracks A2 and AA1 mixed at Ibiza Records.

Futuroid samples:
Vocal from Johnny Osbourne - We Gonna Rock It Tonight
Vocal from Leroy Sibbles - Garden Of Life
Dialogue from the film The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre
Vocal from Glen White - T.V. Lover

Survival samples:
Vocal from Simone - My Family Depends On Me
Piano from Force M.D.'s - Tender Love
Vocal from Salt-N-Pepa - My Mic Sounds Nice
Melody from Cher - I Found Someone

Straight From The Bedroom samples:
Vocal from Beastie Boys - It's The New Style
Strings from Starvue - Body Fusion
Beat and record playing backwards from The Beastie Boys - Paul Revere

Breakage #4 is an uncredited remix of Futuroid.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): 3RD 4 A ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA etched): 3RD 4 AA ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗


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September 5, 2020
edited about 1 month ago

This is extremely fast for 1992. Futuroid / Breakage #4 are on the jungle tip really ahead for the time.
I love all 4 tracks, but the best tune in here is ''Survival''. What a tune is this, first heard it in June 1993 probably from ''The Dark Side - Hardcore Drum & Bass Style'' compilation on a mixtape recorded by a friend from the radio and i was blow away.


November 8, 2019
edited 12 months ago

I think this is the best 3rd party 12" to be honest, reggae speedy hardcore on A1 with iconic vocals especially 'Boy is this too much', 'the future' I think is reserved for Breakage #4 the most well know of the breakage tunes.

'Survival slows down to a more relevant speed but still displays all the characteristics of the archetypal hardcore jungle record, arguably just a jungle hardcore piano roller from the start (but lets leave the 'first jungle record' argument for another time).

B1. Straight from the Bedroom steps the tempo back and reintroduces the deep reggae vocal mixed alongside the east london wide boy 'Now jump all junglist crew, brok-out' a masterpiece of a record alongside anything put up against it these days (2019).

and what do we say about B2 - Breakage #4.... 'THE FUTURE', I guess that's all that needs be said about that... if you don't know, you better get to know...


June 18, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
This really has not gone up in price massively over time this was 30 quid in 2006 when I got it . Would I pay 70 for it now no way . Would I pay 100 for others . Yes I would


April 3, 2019
It is finally here.
3 track repress!!!
check out the ibiza bandcamp.


April 1, 2019
What happened to the repress that was supposed to be coming after Boderline repress?


September 17, 2018
Straight from the Bedroom is a 1992 tune at 170bpm... Music from the future, Kemet were far ahead of the game!


August 13, 2018
Was this really 1992? I remember it being 93. Cant see a date on the label...


May 5, 2018
This is a must have and I paid £45. Survival is still different now and far ahead of its time back then but £145 is extracting the urine


March 15, 2018
Repress coming very your money. Watch this space peeps


February 20, 2017
To think that for about 15 years, up until last year, you could pick this up £20 all day long....