Resistance D ‎– Inexhaustibility E.P.

Harthouse ‎– HHSPECLP005
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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Moonquake/Musikedition Discoton
℗+© 1994
Side D plays at 33 ⅓ RPM

This version has on the labels no STEREO printed left of the GEMA/BIEM box.

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  • Barcode: 4005902634663

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HHSPECCD005, HH-?-005-CD Resistance D Inexhaustibility(CD, EP) Harthouse, Harthouse HHSPECCD005, HH-?-005-CD Germany 1994 Sell This Version
557630-2 Resistance D Inexhaustibility(CD, EP, RE) What's Up ?! 557630-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
VISION 13 Resistance D Inexhaustibility(2x12", EP, RE) Planet Vision VISION 13 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
HHSPECLP005 Resistance D Inexhaustibility E.P.(2x12", EP) Harthouse HHSPECLP005 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
HHSPECLP005 Resistance D Inexhaustibility(2x12", EP, Promo) Harthouse HHSPECLP005 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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January 17, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
I find it incredible that nobody has mentioned 'dark-side'.i first heard it on a jam & spoon mixtape in 95 and couldnt believe my that time I was pretty young (16 maybe) and although i had a paper round I couldn't afford to buy the hard trance as well as the hardcore.besides which I had absolutely no idea what the tunes were on the jam & spoon mixtape (it's only been in fairly recent years I've managed to unearth the set on sound cloud and consequently find out what most of the tunes were).wish I could go back and focus my energy on this type of hardtrance rather than the Scottish/Dutch hardcore that I sought out instead.don't get me wrong,there were some really forward thinking artists in the field of hardcore techno/gabber at that time but I think the hard trance ground was way more fertile in retrospect.


October 27, 2016
I genuinely teared up when I listened to Skyline just now, for the first time in years. Beautiful record.


September 15, 2016

As mentioned previously i think this release should be labelled as an album as oppose to an ep, all 5 tracks do something a bit different. I first heard skyline played by Dj M-Zone @ Diztruxshon in 1995, its a lovely building progressive track synonymous with resistance d. The other 2 tracks which stand out for me in the package are spacewalk and rezolution [unfortunately on the same side of the vinyl!] again still sound fresh today, produced at a time when Harthouse could do nothing wrong, essential purchase 5 star *****


December 11, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Every now and then this double pack comes out the racks, the reason why ... " Spacewalk".
I defy anybody who enjoyed a golden era in Techno not to like this most magical piece.
The opening swirling strings embrace the ears with nostalgic thoughts, the roland sounding bass line comes in , bubbling away like a hot tub!
Then comes that conga sound with a slight reverb that all the top producers from Eye Q & Harthouse camp were using at time, the shoulders start to sway! The kick drum drops in at about a minute and half and then comes that 909 clap which gives that all important groove.... super slick! The synth riff is so simple but just so incredible... around seven minutes of production perfection!