Thunderball ‎– II

Bonzai Jumps ‎– BJ 94001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM


A It's Your DJ 3:40
B1 Tracid 6:16
B2 Zero-One 4:34

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45 RPM for A side
33 ⅓ RPM for B side

"It's your DJ" samples "MC ADE - Nightmare on A.D.E. street" & "T La Rock - Having Fun"

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  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BJCD 94001, 74321 220302, 74321220302 Thunderball II* It's Your DJ(CD, Maxi) Bonzai Jumps, BMG, BMG BJCD 94001, 74321 220302, 74321220302 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
BJ CD 94001 Thunderball II(CD, Maxi) Bonzai Jumps BJ CD 94001 Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
BJI 004 Thunderball It's Your DJ(12") Bonzai Jumps Italy BJI 004 Italy 1996 Sell This Version
BCD2016375 Thunderball It's Your DJ(6xFile, MP3, 320) Bonzai Classics BCD2016375 Belgium 2016


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July 17, 2016

An instant classic. The A-track ('It's Your DJ') starts with the famous scratch and telephone intro ("Hello, who is this?" "It's your DJ, Eddy B") and then blasts off with the melody line. The track isn't very hard or fast, but just hits the right buttons and has a great party atmosphere to it.

On the B-side there are two less known tracks. The first is 'Tracid' is a fair acid techno tune. Not outstanding, but could work well in a set. The B2 is called 'Zero-One' and leans more towards techno. It has a bit more tempo then the previous one, and a catchy 'bleep'-melody line. The strings in the background give it a nice ambient feel.


February 17, 2008

Thundeball - II is another from the excellent Bonzai Jumps label from Belgium, classic European Hardcore.

The main track is 'It's your DJ' with the memorable telephone style intro of 'Hello who is this?'It's your DJ Eddie B' then just a banging style Hardcore-Techno track, with rumbling basslines and rolling drums all the way in this frenetic track.

Flipping over the other side we have two decent quality Acid Techno style tracks, the second one named Zero One been the pick of the two, but the A side does steal the show on this record, a real gem.