Source Direct ‎– Exorcise The Demons

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Tracklist

Call & Response 7:13
Mind Weaver 8:15
Haunted 6:45
Technical Warfare 8:42
Love & Hate 9:22
Capital D. 7:36
Dubstar 7:21
Wanton Conduct 8:43
Concealed Identity 9:33

Versions (5)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
QEDLP3, 7243 8 46756 1 5 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons(3x12", Album) Science, Virgin QEDLP3, 7243 8 46756 1 5 UK 1999 Sell This Version
ASW 6251-2, 0170 4 66251 2 8 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons(CD, Album) Astralwerks, Science ASW 6251-2, 0170 4 66251 2 8 US 1999 Sell This Version
CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons(CD, Album) Science, Virgin CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
CDJQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Science, Virgin CDJQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
7243 8 46756 4 6, CDQED3 Source Direct Exorcise The Demons(Cass, Album) Gala Records (5), Science, Virgin 7243 8 46756 4 6, CDQED3 Russia 1999 Sell This Version

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Digger81

Digger81

June 28, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Exorcise The Demons, CD, Album, CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2
This has got to be one of the darkest drum & bass albums ever conceived. As Goldie said in the notes of Platinum Breakz (about Source Direct) : "Dark, man! Ultra -f*cking- dark!". The tune Mindweaver is a personal favorite. It's one of the best Amen-edited tunes ever in my opinion, it's amazing bassline rolls over a very dark synth. Technical Warfare is another, absolute favorite; a pure hellish sounding tune backed up by cleverly edited breaks. Concealed Identity is a fantastic tune that i would describe as 'Futuristic-Sword-wielding-Ninja-Drum & Bass'. Only two tunes could be described as 'normal' drum & bass tunes; Love & Hate and Dubstar, the rest are pure anxiety-inducing works of art that stretch the imagination, like that of possible future dystopias...
b_power

b_power

April 26, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Exorcise The Demons, CD, Album, CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2

First time i've heard Source Direct was in the Blade movie score. Vampire Frost sitting in the library with a walkman and listening to the first track - Call & Response. From that moment i could never forget the two samples and the infinite loop...

Imagine my face when i purchased this release many years after the movie and the very first sound was that sample:)

Welcome to the roots of all evil! A brilliant from my collection of rarities, taking you to the meditative dark and rythmic dimensions. Barely to be referred to as a drum and bass release, Exorcise the Demons is something beyound ordinary jungle. Call it dark jungle industrial DnB or anything you want, but it is a must-have for those, who like complicated and long-rolling loops, industrial soundscape, psychedelic atmosphere and long stumbling tracks.
Sophisticated. Dark. Different.
Theeboon

Theeboon

October 4, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Exorcise The Demons, CD, Album, CDQED3, 7243 8 46756 2 2

One of the best drum and bass albums I own. Deep, dirty, rolling but most of all f*cking evil! Think dynamic hiphop-style drum programming, great synths, evil samples and deeeeep bass.

These guys are sorely missed.