Underground Resistance ‎– Fury

Underground Resistance ‎– UR018
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Fury 5:07
B Cyclone 5:28

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Mastered at National Sound Corporation, Detroit.

Cyclone plays inside out and is pressed like a 10" vinyl. Track durations and BPM not given. BPM: A: 132; B: 132.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): UR-018A Side A The Fury Stops For No One NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): UR018B UR-018 Side B Cyclone NSC National Sound Detroit


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April 25, 2013

Both sides are sick 1992 'ardkore with hands in the air keys and fist pumping beats. However the other side to that coin is that the sound quality is about the worst I've ever heard. It's like listening to a 96kbps MP3 distorted rip of Second Phase's Mentasm. Mad Mike and Jeff Mills would do well to re-release both tracks remastered and pressed on vinyl by someone other then National Sound Corporation. I'd certainly repurchase it as a remaster on 12", I really like these tracks.


April 20, 2004

the mastering might be considered horrible, but i think to put this record down to a measely ´for completists only´-status is a bit too much. it might not be as outstanding as e.g. ´sometimes i feel like´ or ´the final frontier´ but in my opinion it is just this contrariness to the more harmonic ur-tracks that makes this record so interesting. take it as the pure mind- and wallwrecker it is and you will have your fun with it. can be compared a bit to drexciya´s "sea quake" on shockwave.


November 17, 2003
edited over 9 years ago

For those of you who only came to UR recently, this will be a bit of a shock. Not the layered ,complex ,emotional music of late, but pure 1992 hardcore.
All the old rave stab and "T99" sounds are in abundance. It's unrecognisable as a "Detroit" production. This isn't the first UR attempt at hardcore though (check the earlier and superior "Punisher")
For completists.