Quadrant ‎– Infinition / Hyperprism

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Both tracks originally released in 1993 on Planet E (Infinition) and sub-licensed on R&S (Quadrant E.P.).

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Infinition 10:30
Hyperprism 10:40

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BC-QD Quadrant Infinition / Hyperprism(12", RM) Basic Channel BC-QD Germany 2004 Sell This Version
BC-QD Quadrant Infinition / Hyperprism(12", RM, Tra) Basic Channel BC-QD Germany 2004 Sell This Version
BC-QD Quadrant Infinition / Hyperprism(2xFile, MP3, RE, RM, 320) Basic Channel BC-QD Germany 2008
BC-QD Quadrant Infinition(2xFile, FLAC, RE, RM) Basic Channel BC-QD 2008

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some1inmydictionary

some1inmydictionary

July 13, 2019
referencing Infinition / Hyperprism, 12", RM, BC-QD
i had been listening to this record at 33 for so long, and loved it. finally looked at this page and realized that it's supposed to be 45. i like it at the proper speed; still adjusting to it... but give it a shot at 33. it's beautiful.
headphoneezrider

headphoneezrider

March 10, 2018
referencing Infinition / Hyperprism, 12", RM, BC-QD
Pretty much completely brilliant. Hyperprism is the one for me.
Spunkfish

Spunkfish

November 16, 2017
referencing Infinition / Hyperprism, 12", RM, BC-QD
this is great electronic masterwork of the very highest order ever created by man using instrument ,a trip of beauty that will impress itself onto any mind that will pause to let its charm enter
ManuBDJ

ManuBDJ

November 2, 2017
referencing Infinition / Hyperprism, 12", RM, BC-QD
Amazing release! Very Very interesting. Rare techno essence, for real.
Bleep43

Bleep43

August 16, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Infinition / Hyperprism, 12", RM, BC-QD
Produced at a time when the anthemic side of techno was perhaps paraphrased more widely by CJ Bolland's "Rave Signal" and other more obvious tracks, this record has stood the test time and then some. Like some abstract electronic semaphore emanating from deepest Kreuzberg, it radiates pure minimal techno.