Ultra-Sonic ‎– Arpeggio

Clubscene Records ‎– CSRT 015
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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Publisher : Clubscene Music thru' International Music Network

B1 & B2 have been made into one track however on some pressings they are separate & have silence between them.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 026717 000152 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5026717000152
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side A): CSRT 015 A-1 O
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side B): CSRT 015 B-1 C.B.A. O

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FIRE 105 Ultra-Sonic Annihilating Rhythm(12") Fire Recordings FIRE 105 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
855 661-2 Ultra-Sonic Annihilating Rhythm / Arpeggio(CD, Maxi) Fire Recordings 855 661-2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
855 661-1 Ultra-Sonic Annihilating Rhythm(12") Fire Recordings, Low Spirit Recordings 855 661-1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
FIRE 105 Ultra-Sonic Annihilating Rhythm / Arpeggio(CD, Maxi) Fire Recordings FIRE 105 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
Freaky 1044-3 Ultra-Sonic Annihilating Rhythm(CD, Maxi) Freaky Records Freaky 1044-3 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version


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July 28, 2018
This release sold over 77,000 copies around the world and was released in October 1993.


July 16, 2018
edited 4 months ago
I loved Annihilating Rhythm back on 94/95 mainly cause of the sheer range of beats and tempos throughout & I wish more techno artists would mix up their tempos but they are few and far between, Wayne G did it with Twisted and on the psy side Shpongle are daring enough to alter their tempos so this tracks is important for that reason alone.
the 2nd half of this track is the best & I personally witnessed hardcore dancefloor frenzy when this was dropped


September 1, 2016
this is bloody mental :D . . . . . .


November 24, 2012
Without a doubt the best US release. I remember hearing this for the first time at Hanger 13 and being utterly blown away. Contrary to popular belief and some of the reviews / comments on discogs, none of the "live" tracks were recorded live at events (apart from the live album - Live at Club Kinetic). They were all recorded at Apollo studios, with the exception of Annihilating Rhythm which Mallorca and Rodger produced themselves


March 4, 2012

Ultrasonic had the debut of Annihilating rhythm at the Rezerection Event outdoor party at Ingleston,Edinburgh and being one of the many ravers in the crowd for this tune holds very special memories for me. Not sure if this has the original crowd sound from that night but a lot of Ultrasonics releases were recorded live at clubs and I still remember the quotes from Mallorca Lee too! Still an amazing record to this day.


November 21, 2007
From the hardcore era this is one of the most wellknown, played, listened to records of all time. It is still fresh today because of the fact that it 'sounds' live.

This has been thrashed from every well known DJ and I think became the Scotland national anthem between 1993-1999. It is brilliantly produced and and well thought out with all genres of the time contained within.

It has hardcore, jungle, drum n bass, techno, italipiano. The list goes on. And of course Mallorca Lee MCing over the top of it.

Staying On The Edge. C'Ya