The Adventist ‎– Infinite

Mindworx Records ‎– MX 022.6
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


A Infinite (Gallery Mix) 7:25
B1 Infinite (Blond Desert Mix) 5:20
B2 Infinite (Extended Mix) 8:15



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January 17, 2014
edited 5 months ago

Fully agree with Rich.C here---what an unbelievable tune.

The Gallery Mix is indeed my personal favorite, and definitely the one I remember hearing most often back in the day. It's dark, driving, and serious in tone, and features a "rhythm" acid snarl that gives the track a nice bite. And when the main melody drops, it's quite epic and intense. Top stuff.

Interestingly, after first hearing it, this one took me a few years to acquire. And it's all because I couldn't make out the vocal. Sure, now it obviously sounds like "infinite," but when I first heard it at some hard-trance parties in the late '90s, I just couldn't figure out what the sample was. I thought to myself, "emphasis?" "instep?" "Isn't it?" So because I couldn't make out the vocal, I didn't get my hands on the record until years later. Thankfully, I have since rectified that situation.

Bottom line, this is an awesome example of late '90s acid trance, both dark and melodic. However, the recording in the YouTube video here is far too slow. Pitch it up, man.


April 25, 2012
edited over 7 years ago

How low can we go?....underground!! seriously deep and dark without being hard and heavy, my fav release of mindworx and an absolute tune and a half in 1998. I love that dark germanic bassline with the vocal "infinite" over the top which just builds and builds culminating in a great break towards the end of track where all the components merge together [referring to the gallery mix]. Played by Mark EG at Slammin Vinyl May 98 and by Kenny Sharp at Uprising 98, as they found you just have to play this track all the way through to feel the real intensity of it, hats off to Mindworx for releasing this one.