Undercover Anarchist ‎– Limited Edition

Ruffneck Records ‎– RUF 000-5
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, White


A1 Ass Off (Remix) 4:35
A2 Didgeridoo 4:41
B Bambadeng 5:03

Companies, etc.



Limited to 500 pcs. 300 pcs handnumbered.
Repressed later on black vinyl.

Bambadeng samples "Queen - Don't Stop Me Now".

The pressing of this 12" is very unusual as each track is broken up into segments, so for each breakdown there is a gap much like space usually seen only in between songs.

This was not the first release on Ruffneck Records. It was released in 1994 between RUF 011-5 (Acid Rain) and RUF 012-5 (No God To Us!), where it was added to the "Ruffneck Catalog"-listing on the backside of the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): RUF 000-A HCB873891.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): RUF 000-B HCB873891.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RUF 000-5 Undercover Anarchist Limited Edition 1(3xFile, MP3, 320) Ruffneck Records RUF 000-5 Netherlands 2014
RUF 000-5 Undercover Anarchist Limited Edition(12", RP) Ruffneck Records RUF 000-5 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
RUF 000-5 Undercover Anarchist Limited Edition(12", Ltd, Bro) Ruffneck Records RUF 000-5 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version


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February 2, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
more collector´s item than a real must have - bambadeng is quite nice cheesy hardcore but the guitars are so annoying, at least a try to combine UK hardcore with dutch gabba sounds on one wax - your decision if DJs are better mixing tunes or prefering readymade crossover - anyway sold my copy far to cheap xD


June 30, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
One of the most overrated from the Ruffneck series. Patrick van Kerckhoven was very fond of the "Trip II the moon" trilogy at the time. The Bambadeng track is a combination of all the tricks and sounds that Acen and Dice used on the Trip trilogy. Even the high voices frequently used by Acen. The flipside of Trip to the moon II even starts with the same sampler sinus tone as bambadeng(start-up tone in the AKAI S2000). This track was named "The life and crimes of a Ruffneck" so even the name of the label was not his idea. If you put it next to the other Patrick "Ruffneck" van Kerckhoven productions, you will hear that it is not his style and its very clear that he copyd it. There were made 300 signed versions of this promo. Patrick has number 1 and he gave me number 300, the last one in the signed series. Most of them were sold under the counter in Mid-town Dordrecht. Overall i must say that Patrick did a lot of good productions, but those were his own.


January 24, 2007
edited over 14 years ago

Bambadeng on this release shows how good a producer Ruffneck could have been had he been doing breakbeat hardcore. It fits perfectly into a 92/93 UK breakbeat set and is full of interesting ideas - lovely stabs, guitars, violins, and even a cheeky sample from Queen ("floating around, in ecstasy..."). A highly underrated classic!


January 18, 2005
edited over 16 years ago
The first ruffneck limited edition. It has number 000 but was released between 011 and 012.
It contains 3 tracks of which the Ass Off Remix is most known from a houseparty mix cd and it is a very cool track.
Didgeridoo contains the wellknown sounds of the instrument.

There originally were pressed 500 pcs, all white vinyl, the first 250 numbered (got myself a number 4) and signed by ruffneck himself.
Hij sold most of them at Midtown Dordrecht where he
worked at that time.

Later on XSV did another pressing in Germany without the knowledge or permission of Ruffneck himself.
Unknown how many pcs. but all on black vinyl and not numbered or signed.