The X (2) ‎– The X - Volume 2

Dance Device ‎– DADE 916 - 12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


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All tracks produced and mixed in Micromania for Image Records.

Marketed by Masters Music
Distribution Netherlands: IMC (Independent Music Corporation)

Incidental info:
Track B1 spelt as "Witness Of Hallucination" on the back of the sleeve.

Some copies have the labels on the wrong sides. This is determined by listening to track A1 "Shock Me" and seeing which label is on that side.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side A): DADE 916-12 A 23DH
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamp side B): DADE 916-12 B 23DH1


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May 8, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Favourite track on this 12" is 'Shock Me' by a hundred miles. Proper 1991 heavy belgian / dutch style techno business of that era. Love that dark buzzing riff a la 'Technarchy' running most of the way through it. Driving analogue bassline, little bleepy synth breakdowns & 303 accompaniments. Would've been better without the "wooh, how does everybody feel" punctuated vocal sample typical of that time though. Not something you'd hear in a set nowadays, but kind of sums up the fun filled hedonistic madness of 1991.


April 30, 2011
edited over 8 years ago
This is an amazing record at a budget price,the tune that sticks out from everything else on this vinyl is witnesses of hallucination,first heard that track when lenny dee started his mix with this at fantazia at braehead arena in glasgow,if your interested in old skool this is a tune that ravers would love to hear in a set.