Penetration ‎– Forced Entry

Go Bang! Records ‎– BANG 009
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 Forced Entry 5:13
A2 Flash 5:22
AA1 Basic Penetration 5:25
AA2 Rear Entry 4:08

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Dee-Man Music
Produced, Arranged & Mixed for Def Mix Productions.
Executive Producer: Freddy B & Count E for Go Bang! Records.
Programmed & Engineered at Frequency X-Studios, NYC.
Edited at Quad Studios, NYC.
Special Thanks: Roxy(Amsterdam), Lord Michael, Freddy B, Brooklyn Techno-Men Ralphie Dee, Si Sperling, John D Woods.
Made in Holland.

Track durations are slightly different to those stated on release and have been entered correctly above.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side A): 08-030369-20-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Centre label side AA): 08-030369-20-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Full inscription side A): BANG 009 A 08 30369 20 1 A1 HCP 872668 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Full inscription side B): BANG 009 B 08 30369 20 1B1 HCP 872668 ̶B̶ A
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): BANG 009 A HCP 872668 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): BANG 009 B HCP 872668 ̶B̶ A
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side A): 08 30369 20 1 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side AA): 08 30369 20 1B1
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BANG R 009 Penetration Forced Entry Remixes(12", W/Lbl) Go Bang! Records BANG R 009 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
BANG009DJ Penetration Forced Entry(12", W/Lbl, sta) Go Bang! Records BANG009DJ Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version


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August 16, 2016

It can be said that, while much of the output from the early years of
dancefloor techno can be listened to for purely nostalgic effect. Very
few of those records can be well integrated into a set of current
techno productions without sounding a bit outdated and well,
overly nostalgic. This record is one of those rare treasures that
manages to pull it's weight quite well under the measuring stick
of today's productions standards for dance floor techno. Easily
one of the best releases from this label and ESP it's twin component
label from a couple years later. I definitely ride for this one.
And therefore, so should you.


September 19, 2013
Basic Penetration is the track i picked up this for; it was the lead track in a Goa mix from 91 and it hooked me right in. I don't know what to say other than this is the shit! It's just pure class all the way.


December 31, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

How strange this one has no comment yet... But if "Techno Trance" By D-shake was a real blasting opener for 1990, this particular Go Bang release was a superb way to end it : slow and hypnotic, with these acid lines slowly layering and this heavy percussion that makes the thing rise with fierce energy, these tracks were all great introductions to what was to become techno.
The "Flash" version is certainly the most progressive, dubbish and original one, with its long drifting intro, and a bubbly acid bassline that relentlessly evolves, refraining itself from a complete release that would have made the track too easy.
This EP has the charm of techno trance, but still the freshness of 1990, and alongside with the melodic Quazar's "Seven Stars" and the powerful GTO's "Pure", it certainly is a definite height of this Dutch label.