T.urbulence* 'N' T.errorists* ‎– Demolition Party

Label:
Super Special Corp. ‎– SS-13
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A1 T.urbulence* 6 Million Ways To Die
Producer – Turbulence Evacuation Squad*
3:53
B1 T.errorists* Interzone
Producer – Dwight*, U-Man*, Dusty Angel
2:45

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Notes

Mastered at Schallplatten Schneid Technik, Frankfurt.

The complete intro of A1 (up to 1:07) is taken from Sex Pistols - "My Way", sung by Sid Vicious.
The "Good morning boys and girls" vocal sample is taken from Snoop Doggy Dogg - "Gz And Hustlas".
The "6 million ways to die" vocal sample is taken from Cutty Ranks - "A Who Seh Me Dun".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SS 13-A   SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SS 13-B   SST

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einsteinx

einsteinx

January 30, 2014
No way that this record was released in 1994! I purchased my copy in 1997 when this record was tearing up sound systems all over the Netherlands.
dexdexta

dexdexta

November 7, 2013
hmm.. the white label pressing is not mentioned here.. or do i have the test press? (got all my ss rec copies from disasta blasta)
Joey_Faust

Joey_Faust

January 31, 2013
Anyone know where the "Oh Yeah" sample is from?
I also heard it on "Buzz Fuzz - Intergalactic".
supremacy

supremacy

January 31, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
As the track '6 million way's to die' begins with a parody on the well-known 'i did it my way' track by Frank Sinatra and the BPM's and deep bassdrums are really blowing you away standing in front of (any) speakers this track is being used by a lot of dj's as last track from their set @ parties.

I am very certain this is propably the most used track to end a (gabber) Hardcore party!

An ALL-TIME favorite for a lot of people!

Choose one!
dj_storm

dj_storm

January 11, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

T.urbulence* 6 Million Ways To Die needs to be heard on a big sound system to fully appreciate what its all about.there are sub bass frequencies on this record ,like nothing else I've ever heard.the bassline on every beat plays at a frequency that literally pulses right through to your bones.A unique and memorable piece of production.
errorist

errorist

March 8, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
There is a frightning noise in this tune that sounds like you're being sucked into a vacuum. When you play this backwards you hear it's actually a reversed, well known sample: "Huh!! huh!!" with a delay (hard to describe, but you'll recognize it, you hear it sometimes in radio jingles). To come up with such an idea is just brilliant!

I asked Marc about it once but all he said is "i don't remember", but that was his standard answer to all sample related questions....
Phuture

Phuture

December 30, 2003
This record contains one of the most overrated tracks in my opinion.
There are very few people who are into PCP, which share this opinion. 6 Million Ways To Die is one of those tracks that doesn't have that special PCP feeling. A Sid Vicious sample combined with a murderous ragga sound and a 4/4 beat which make the hardcore people go wild.
No, nothing for me. There are far better records on the Super Special label, ohhhh yeahhhh!