Reefboer* & Hooihouse* Present De Klootzakken ‎– Dominee Dimitri

Klote Records ‎– KLOTE 01
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Dominee Dimitri (Ach Man) 5:13
A2 M. Klein Essink Interlude 0:46
A3 Dominee Dimitri (Trapt Alles In Mekaar) 3:43
B1 Dominee Dimitri (Hels Kabaal Intro Door Boer Hardhorend) 8:03
B2 Wat Betekent House.... (Deel I) 1:32
B3 Dominee Dimitri (Ja Hoor, Boeit Niet) 0:32
B4 Father Dimitri (Again A Nice Remix By Dimitri) 2:00
B5 250 B.P.M (Moet Kunnuh!) 1:19
B6 Effe Achterûût Lûûsteren (Eenimod Irtimid) 0:27
B7 Wat Betekent House.... (Deel II) 1:52

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Extra title track A3:
- Als De Boer Van Hûûs Is, Danst Het Vee Willoos Op Tafel -

"Voor je het weet sta je ook op zo'n houseplaat" is etched in the runout groove of the A-side
"Dat staat niet in de bijbel" is etched in the runout groove of the B-side

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix# at label): 08-026901-20
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side, pressed): 08-026901-20-1A 1
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side, etched): KLOTE 01-A HCB 873952
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side, etched): KLOTE 01-B HCB 873952
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side, etched): 08-026901-20-1B 1


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February 1, 2011

The history of this vinyl is well documented below.

What appears to be completely overlooked, however, is the music itself.

The first thing you hear is a Dutch guy talking, introducing something. Then the sample of a Minister, a Man Of God, is introduced. He seems to be mocking dance music. The crowd laugh.


Speedcore-tempo rhythm builds over ungodly electronic screaming until...




All hell breaks loose. Hi-Hats attack you like a stealth-like assassin with a Glock 17, then horrendous screams assault your ears along with more imminent-danger sirens.

The minister disses dance music some more.


More ear-bleeding.

This, in my opinion, is the ultimate expression of sheer revolt against an entire cult who wish to demolish a section of art though no real reason other than it does not preach to their idol.

It is not an anti-christian song.

It is an anti-religion song.

It's alive.


September 26, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
Dominee dimitri was a project of Vincent Hendriks and Otto van der Toorn and was made after they released Alles naar de Klote under their alias De Euromasters.

In that they already played 2 farmers that were in the supposition that Dj Dimitri was a gabber dj. Naturally the Roxy dimitri wasn't. But he was well seen as a kind of house guru and all he liked all others should also like. That is why he was also well known as the House minister.
After Alles naar de Klote they taped a radio broadcast with in that an interview with minister Mulder from Nijkerkerveen. In that he told radiohost Jack spijkerman that housemusic was the sound of the devil....and so on.

In the number, they put samples of that conversation. But after he found out about it....he sued their ass. In that he demanded 25000 guilder because the cd-bizznizz would be a million bizznizz. But they had only sold 150 cds, but he didn't know about vinyl (Theye had all 1500 12inches sold). The judge found that they had hurt the minister in his belief. Consequently they got a ban on the sale of the cd. Mulders lawyer (named mister De Boef (crook)....) made problems because the judge only imposed 1 guilder (plus trial expense) punishment.

Mulder disappointed. They cheerfully. A lot of media attention and the version in which they cutted Mulders smples came on all sorts of cd's. They also had to destroy the existing cd's.

An artist rung them after an item on VPRO Tv about the law affair. He wanted to make a work of art with the to destroy cd's. Ok! VPRO filmed it. So with all those cd's that artist made a gigantic Jesus cross on the side of an apartment building! Mulder got totally mental.

Mulders own parish in Nijkerkerveen already had the trouble of getting less and less young people to church and his crusade against house made it even worse. Even so bad, that they took his parish away from him. Afther that he didn't stop his crusade against house, he wrote a book about it 'Met House naar een andere wereld' (With House to another world) In that he lays links with house-titles and the devil. that book he had also printed all cd-covers of Arcade and he hadn't regulated the copy-rights of that. So then Vincent and Otto send that book to Arcade, who had some fine lawyers, and Mulder had to pay big time.

So in the end he won nothing, it only made this vinyl a true collectors item!!


November 26, 2004
edited over 16 years ago

The men from the group De Klootzakken have released in 1993 via Rotterdam Records, the hit "Alles Naar De Kloote" under the name of De Euromasters, which was the first house record with more than 170 bpm. This was followed by "Dominee Dimitri" which even led to a court case, as Harm Reefboer & Teun Hooihouse sampled statements made by a clergyman, preaching that house music (Hardcore-Gabber in Holland at this time) and the Devil are one.
The Dutch media (printed press, radio and tv) gave extensive reports on this case.

This record samples a Dutch preacher who was on a show of "Jack Spijkerman". The preacher tells Jack about housemusic. He tells him (in Dutch) that housemusic is from the devil and that it is bad for our children etc etc. The preacher tells about his experiences with gabbers. He says: I saw the people at a gabberparty change into a crowd of spineless animals... The devil took control over them.... If your Dutch the record is extremely funny. The preacher heard the record and he immediately went to a judge who forbid the record. It was in stores less than a week.

The preacher won the case, and the pressed vinyl's had to be destroyed for as far known are there are about 50 up to a 100 pieces left of this original vinyl (rest of de pressed vinyls never made it out of the factory and were destroyed!) because there are only so few original vinyls it is now a rare vinyl!