Process (2) ‎– One Drop Or Two?

Creamcrop Records ‎– CCCD03
CD, Album

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1 Intro 1:45
2 Oktober Revolution 6:44
3 Terrorist 6:26
4 Prismatic
Written-By, Producer – Charles (Kenny) Everritt*
5 Psychobabble 7:11
6 Mono Klang 7:41
7 Quality Solids
Written-By, Producer – Drezz Dressler*
8 Maharishi 7:07
9 Blue Moonies 8:23

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  • Artwork By [Design] –
  • Photography By [Acid Drops]Diarmid
  • Written-By, ProducerBenji Vaughan (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9), Sean Williams


Recorded @ Brooklag Studio, Surrey, UK
Distributed by Cosmophilia Distribution

All tracks P + C 2000 Creamcrop Records, except Blue Moonies and Psychobabble P + C 1999 TIP World

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 706608 100030
  • Label Code: LC 10810
  • Rights Society: MCPS

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August 29, 2009
edited over 9 years ago

As one of the previous reviewers pointed out - "To what otherwise could have been an even more anticipated release, if about half of the tracks on One Drop or Two werent released, this is still a sweet CD."

Oktober Revolution throws you straight in to the deep end. Classic Process stuff with a dark (sometimes scary) bassline and very delicate/intricate melodies that seem to appear out of nowhere.

Extremely innovative album, unlike much of the music that was released around this time. My favourite tracks are Oktober Revolution and Maharishi.

Rating 4.5 / 5


January 28, 2009
Actually, Blue Moonies/Psychobabble was the only previously released 12" when the album came out.

The album was released concurrently with the Terrorist/Oktober Revolution single from CreamCrop.

Then later they released the Prismatic 12" too.

Unfortunately, Mono Klang still has no vinyl release :(

_Great_ great disk. Seriously proper psychedelic music. Great depth. Great album and a great era. Prismatic and Mono Klang are two of the finest examples of this style of psychedelic trance music.

Wonderful bass, melodies that come out of nowhere, delicious.


May 8, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

To what otherwise could have been an even more anticipated release, if about half of the tracks on One Drop or Two weren't released, this is still a sweet CD. The best tracks were all released on 12 inchers. The remaining tracks are good Process-y stuff, but they're definetely the weaker ones, except for Maharishi, perhaps. This is my opinion, and I tend to like heavier Process stuff. However if you're new to Process you should get this CD for sure. An old heavywieght who's been around forever, too.