Peace Of Mind ‎– Return To The 303 EP

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Atmosphere Records ‎– AT-14
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
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This Side
A1 Acid Overdose (Ray Loves Oozie Mix)
Mixed By – Ray Love
4:40
A2 Acid Overdose (Damon Wild's Hardcore Trash Mix)
Mixed By – Damon Wild
4:44
303 Side
B1 Acid Slide 5:00
B2 Acid Dungeon
Keyboards [Additional] – Andre "Phenix" Estrada*
4:44

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Produced, mixed and arranged for Peace of Mind Productions
©℗ 1991 Northcott Prod. Ltd.
Thanks to Joey Beltram, Lenny D., Money Penny, Cindy & Lisa

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): AT 14 A F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): AT 14 B F/W
  • Rights Society: BMI

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

October 17, 2016
B2 Acid Dungeon is the track here that still stands up 2016..Typically Moody stuff and for some reason reminds me more of Adam X and Jimmy Crash more than Love & Wild... Hmmmm ;)
david.michael.cross

david.michael.cross

June 7, 2016
Acid sounds like it's sampled from SLF "Show Me What YouGot".
BomberOne

BomberOne

October 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
An Early Damon Wild+Ray Love release, that really blasted then. It must be said that the Acid Overdose tracks (Theo ne you're looking after ;-) is in fact made simply by layering a 303 acid line and the "Overdose" sample from Major Problem's "Overdose (The Final Trip)" upon the rhythm section of the Final Cut's "I Told You Not To Stop", slightly up-pitched. Not to put the blame on Damon or Ray, as this tracks are standing very well by themselves, but in case the track you were searching were these two, especially the Jeff Mills' early killer techno track.