The Outside Agency ‎– Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement

Label:
Independenza Records ‎– IDPDZ 012
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Reality Collapse
Written-By, Producer – DJ Hidden
7:20
B Hell's Basement
Written-By, Producer – Eye-D
6:25

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Credits

  • Artwork [www.super-a.nl]Super A
  • Mastered ByLvc*

Notes

Labels and matrix are switched on both sides which means side A = B and B = A.

Repressed in April 2009. The repress comes in a plain black sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): IDPDZ012 012 -b1- -Lvc-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): IDPDZ012 012 -A1- -Lvc- VINYLIUM

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IDPDZ012 The Outside Agency Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement(2xFile, FLAC) Independenza Records IDPDZ012 Belgium 2009
IDPDZ012 The Outside Agency Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement(12", RP) Independenza Records IDPDZ012 Belgium 2009 Sell This Version
INDEPENDENZA 012 The Outside Agency Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement(2xFile, WAV) Independenza Records INDEPENDENZA 012 Belgium 2009
INDEPENDENZA 012 The Outside Agency Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement(2xFile, MP3, 320) Independenza Records INDEPENDENZA 012 Belgium 2009
INDEPENDENZA 012 The Outside Agency Reality Collapse / Hell's Basement(2xFile, MP3, 192) Independenza Records INDEPENDENZA 012 Belgium 2009

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somebedroomdj

somebedroomdj

November 24, 2009
edited over 8 years ago

"Reality Collapse" is THE track of 2009, full stop. This is DJ Hidden at his very best, in my opinion, as he combines gabber, hardcore drum and bass and, last but not least, a sublime acid line. Mark N has been caning this one for a long time now and the first time I heard it was when I saw him play. In a set full of amazing moments, the breakdown in this track flat out sucked the air out of the room with the creeping acid line and then the drop blew everything to pieces. Maybe it was the time and place (a sweaty room packed full of heads raised on Midwest acid), but this track has burned itself a cozy little place in my brain. Over a year later and some kind of flashbulb memory takes me back to that room every time I hear it. But my personal experience aside, this track is the real deal and needs to be in your crate. In a word, amazing.