ONYX III ‎– DF 118

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Sapho ‎– SAPH 07
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

Side 23a:
A DF 118
Side 23b:
B1 Too Much Acid (Bad Trip)
B2 I Wish I Knew

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Notes

On labels :
Simon Carter - Where the hell are you?
Respect to the Spiral Tribe.
Labels state A/B, runouts state A/AA

Track B2 samples vocal from Supertramp - I Wish I Knew

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SAPH 07 ONYX III DF 118(12", TP, W/Lbl) Sapho SAPH 07 UK 1992 Sell This Version

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Topper646

Topper646

March 23, 2013
This was named after the small white 10mg DF118 tranquilisers that was doing the rounds at the time,not the woofer that is mentioned below..
DJ_Hughesee

DJ_Hughesee

January 16, 2008
The Track on the A Side DF118 of this release is a stripped down version of Spiral Tribe - Ragga Boom (Spiral Tribe - Spiral Tribe EP - Forward The Revolution BLRT 85 Big Life Records)the main diffence being a heavy ragga vocal chant layered over the top.

Also worth noting the track B2 I wish i knew. Turned up as A2 Shut up and listen on a release by Citadel of Kaos which makes me beleive Simon Carter had a hand in Citadel Of Kaos (Citadel Of Kaos - The Living Dream BP 001 Boombastic Plastic).
The Break used in DF118 can be heard in the track E-Z Man
langster

langster

September 23, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
This was named after either the DF118P a very low frequency woofer, or the DF 118 drug. The DF 118 (dihydrocodeine) was very popular around this time. A pescribed painkiller that when taken and combined with alcohol gives a very lethargic and trippy high. A favourite with chavs for a cheap night out.