Suburban Knight Feat. Dark Energy And Chameleon (7) ‎– Hidden In Plainsight EP

Underground Resistance ‎– UR-050X2
Vinyl, 12", EP, Special Edition


A Suburban Knight Nitestrike
BA Chameleon (7) Re:Con
BB Dark Energy Black Strategy

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The two B-side tracks are in concentric double-grooves indicated in the label with "Attention: this contains mastering technology brought to you by national sound corporation - Detroit MI, USA date mastered: 3-1-99 Mastered with NSC-X2 Groove Technology by Ron Murphy and Heath Brunner. This is a Hi Tech Funk production."
This version of the release is on black vinyl.


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January 17, 2005
edited over 16 years ago

It is absolutly amazing to me to find out that this record came out in 1999!!!! The lead track on here, Nitestrike, sounds like it came out in late 1992 or 1993 which is a massive compliment. When I first heard this this track sounded like I would have heard it in a dark 1993 Grooverider jungle tekno set which is why I love this track so much. The only thing this track is missing is a hissy breakbeat in the background but that can be fixed with some clever mixing.


August 30, 2004
edited over 16 years ago

The beginning of Night Strike is fantastic. Strings / Strings & Beat / Bass Line / Bass Line & Beat / Strings, Bass Line & Beat. This is archetypal, but without rules, the rules of a spiritual dancefloor, there is no creation. Note that the title of the track refers to James Pennington UR's background as Nitestrike Specialist, also known at that time as the Suburban Night. See Dark Energy for more details.