The Ultraviolet Catastrophe ‎– The Trip (The Remixes)

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Hardkiss ‎– HK 002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Trip Harder (Original Mix)
Mixed By – The Ultraviolet Catastrophe
6:34
A2 Funk You Very Much
Percussion [Live Percussion & Vibes] – J.J. Freckles, Slim (13)Remix – Jon Williams
6:32
B1 Twisted Twinkle
Remix – Gavin Hardkiss, Jon Williams
7:28
B2 Down The Rabbit Hole
Remix – Jon Drukman
4:51

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mjb

mjb

April 1, 2017
edited 3 months ago

"Trip Harder (Original Mix)" is exactly the same as the on the original 12" (The Trip) and the Twitch Six CD, but a 16-bar portion of the break near the end has been edited out. That's why it is shorter on this release. The part that is missing has a chopped-up pair of vocal samples in it.
ESQ

ESQ

July 11, 2010
I've got a test press of this. The sleeve is stamped with the catalog number and the date: April 29, 1992, the same day of the Rodney King riots.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

May 6, 2009
Located somewhere in the top ten of the defining San Francisco / West Coast records. These are remixes from the Twitch released and prized original. Updated and twisted to Hardkiss specs with Jon Williams co-chairing for additional introspection and inclusion of the best mix of the batch in a bruiser of a beast called Funk You Very Much.
Devastating material and what the Magick Sounds release didn't, the Ultraviolet Catastrophe release did for Hardkiss label and the West coast.
It established a sound that was a raw, uncut, psychedelic, moody and head spinning deep funk and music that set itself out from, but played nicely with most anything else. A massively influential record, which found its response in traces of many of the acid breaks, big beat, progressive and tribal house, techno and trance records the world over in the years to follow.