Underground Resistance ‎– Inspiration / Transition

Underground Resistance ‎– UR-3000
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Inspiration
Edited By – Joe "The Blade" BradfieldMastered By – Ron MurphyProducer – Mad Mike*
B Transition
Mixed By – Mr. De'Vocals – The Mercenary (3)

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  • Design [For Hitechfunk.com]C.gibson*


Side A recorded and mixed at: Norad. Mastered @ NSC
Side B recorded at: Norad. Mixed @ Electrofunk.
Copyright: Underground Resistance Productions 2002
Publishing: Mad Mike Music (BMI)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MIAMI TAPE UR-3000- A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): UR-3000- A̶ B MIAMI TAPE


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September 8, 2017
Plus the matrix is different,check both posts and look at Matrix/Runout


September 8, 2017
hello,gutes blut,the difference between the original and the re press is the labels,the original has a washed out yellow tint ,while the re press label is black and white,thats all.


January 13, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

Inspiration is a wonderful piece of music, one where the title truly sums up the track. Transition is by far my favourite track though, and is actually one of my all-time favourite tracks, full stop. It is a record that needs to be put on when I'm feeling down or doubtful, and it always manages to inspire me again. This is a truly amazing track, with beautiful vocal inspirations coming to the forefront over uplifting synths. UR3000 is possibly the strongest UR release of all.


December 1, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
For those that don't recognize the image on the "Inspiration" side of the album, it is an image of Rosa Parks sitting on the bus in front of a white man. A HUGE moment in time, that basically solidified a Civil Rights movement across America. During the live shows, UR shows images of Rosa Parks, Ghandi, Martin Luther King Jr., and such inspirational heroes during the live rendition of that song. Truly magical, this release was made as UR moved from the old 2030 building, to the new 3000 building...


June 12, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

As if this 12" wasn't classic enough as it is, UR have been performing a live version of "Inspiration" with the vocals from "Transition" over it. For the accompanying visuals, they show pictures of people like Martin Luther King Jr, Mahondas Ghandi, Frederick Douglass, etc. I have never witnessed anything so emotional in all of electronic music, just thinking about it makes me tear up. Underground Resistance is on a whole other level, and these tunes are exhibits 1 and 2 of that level.


March 19, 2004
edited over 3 years ago

Instant classics! I feel that over time these tracks will prove to be one of the most popular and distinctive tracks from Underground Resistance. Each track name describes them both perfectly and they really do have a powerful effect on me whenever I play them. Mad Mike and U.R, I salute you for your vision and creativity, thank you.


October 17, 2003
Inspiration - only Mad Mike gets inspired like this. A powerful piece of music. The sincerity of the beauty in Mad Mike's music really touches me every time. While other music will fade into the backround this music will shine bright. Another Mad Mike Classic!
Transition - when I know that I am not doing something in my life because of fear I have sometimes put on this track -snaps me out of it and recharges my courage.


June 21, 2002

"Inspiration" is a rather nice and very conventinnal techno piece but I think "transition" is more interesting : english/spanish vocals give a little latino touch to this funky track.