Steve Bicknell ‎– The Remix EP

Cosmic Records ‎– COS 003.5
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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Black Side
A1 Untitled (Planetary Assault System Remix)
Remix – Planetary Assault Systems
A2 Untitled (Steve Bicknell Remix)
Orange Side
B1 Untitled (Dave Angel Remix)
Remix – Dave Angel
B2 Flame In Darkness (Lords Of Afford Remix)
Remix – Lords Of Afford

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed ByMPO



℗ 1994 Cosmic Records
© 1994 Cosmic Records

Track titles are not given on the release.

"Ordering information contact 071 791 0402 London England" on info side. This is the original release as the 071 area code for London was in use between 1990 and 1995. (Source: )

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): MPO COS- 0035 A1 THE EXCHANGE-NILZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): MPO COS- 0035 B1 THE EXCHANGE-NILZ.

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COS003.5 Steve Bicknell The Remix EP(12", EP, RP) Cosmic Records COS003.5 UK Unknown Sell This Version
COS 003.5 Steve Bicknell The Remix EP(12", EP, RP) Cosmic Records COS 003.5 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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June 6, 2017
Took 5 years or more to find a copy (pre- proper internet), since first hearing the Planetary Assault Systems remix in 94-95. It was one of the tracks that defined hard techno in that golden period.

Honestly, I couldn't tell you what any of the other tracks sound like, and it doesn't matter to me one bit. That PAS remix made the purchase worth every penny, and I always have it near to my turntables.


May 25, 2014
bicknells remix is an absolute killer


October 13, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
... and features one of the hardest tracks that the Sabres of Paradise (Lords of Afford) ever released.
hardcore beats, distorted timbals and a synth that's been
processed through the squeeqiest of phasers. i'm loving it!!

Still a techno/retro floorfiller if you'd ask any DJ in that scene.


May 7, 2003
Several versions for this record: first pressing with orange writings on B side, then rereleased with black writings shortly after. It's been reissued a few times since then, every time with orange writings.