Rabbit In The Moon ‎– O.B.E. / Freak To The Beat

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Hallucination ‎– HAL 002
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Vinyl, 12"
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Track A uses vocal samples from Ingrid Chavez - Whispering Dandelions, from the album May, 19, 1992, and also appears on the Hardkiss re-pressing as Phase Seven, not Phase One.

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polyphonix

polyphonix

May 5, 2019
The inscription on the vinyl runout reads: "One Nation Underground Invisible"
staticbuster

staticbuster

March 9, 2009
Out of Body Experience is an absolute Florida breakbeat classic - no other way to describe it. Pure dancefloor action, full of all the tension and breakdowns that Florida breaks are known for.

On the other hand, Freak To The Beat is total breakbeat hardcore, sounds like it should have come out on some little known imprint in the Uk. Matches side-by-side with tracks like 'Total Xtc' by Krome & Time, 'Right Before' by First Project, and 'Trip To The Moon, Pts. I & II' by Acen.

In my book, one of the best Hallucination releases ever.
555xtrafunk

555xtrafunk

July 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
One of the few releases that I never get tired of. Both Out-of-Body Experience and Freak To The Beat sound as fresh as a daisy whenever I pull this track out for another listen. Much has been said of Out-of-Body Experience, made famous on Northern Exposure, but for me the real gem here is Freak To the Beat, always a fun filled sound experience. I think I fell in love with Freak To The Beat after capturing someone dancing to it on film in 1994 as dawn broke at an outdoor party. The crowd awoke and the individual I watched dance to this track did things with his feet that impressed me and scared me at the same time.
alex2005

alex2005

January 16, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
Out-of-Body Experience is a wonderful re-mix of Tori Amos "Precious Things" which was incredibly sampled here. The track includes the same piano notes and the same melody layered over a breaks foundation, you can even hear Tori's voice in the emotional "Ay-haieee"
positivefresh

positivefresh

January 14, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
The second release on hallucination, a collaberative effort of dave christophere(confucius)& dj monk.Definently a collectors item.Released in 1993, "out of body experience" has become a timeless classic.It has featured of several dj mix cd's,including sasha & john digweed's unforgettable classic "northern exposure" and a "who's who" of techno/electronica compilations.It was later licensed to west coast label Hardkiss with additional mixes added.This particular hallucination pressing is the original at 45rpm, that can be slowed down to a downtempo slow groove at 33 1/3rpm.