Universal Indicator ‎– Universal Indicator Blue

Rephlex ‎– TB 303
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Thoughts Of You 6:39
A2 Definitely A Head Doer 5:10
A3 Psychic Turbulence 4:13
One1 TSA 6:56
One2 Dark Angel 6:24
One3 Paradice 3:03

Companies, etc.



No track information marked on release, labels are blank.

Equipment List (taken from the Mike Dred homepage): TB303s, SH101, SH09, System100 Model 101, TR808, TR909, RY30, KMS30, Juno Alpha 1, JD800, MC50, Moog Prodigy, Boss SE50. Track titles are taken from that page as well.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TB 303 - SIDE A⁻¹ MADE AT LLANNERLOG UK PR-M Porky THE KOMMANDO HAS RETURNED
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching Side One): TB 303 - SIDE ONE⁻¹ PR-M THANKS TO RᵉPHLᵉX AND PROBE A Porky Prime Cut. ℗ & © 1992


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December 7, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
I bought my first copy of this ep after a tip off from a friend (cheers Justin Bee)..
So off I trumped to the local independent record store then called Scorpian Records (sadly now defunct) in High Wycombe..
I was lucky I went as happened to get the last copy by a milli second !
Wicked selection of hard ear bending acid and techno perfect for any out door crusty raver party!
TSA is still a massive fave...
Jump up loopy techno madness!
Just watch out for those flailing dreadlocks I caught the sharp end of one once whilst dancing.. Ouch!



September 23, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
funny enough my version of this record has The Aphex Twin stamped on it. My Red doesn't have the stamp.Bought it as a double 12" new in 1992/93 in Amsterdam.


September 26, 2014
edited about 1 year ago

acid quality.
really like:A1 Thoughts Of You
like Mike Dred
acid quality.


October 23, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I remember picking this up in 1992 and absolutely loved it. In Glasgow at the time most of the club nights played progressive or garage house which was boring me to tears.

Then along came some nice new experimental music like this release. On the A Side Definitely A Head Doer is exactly that-brilliant! But the jewel in the crown is Psychic Turbulence, some crazy swirling analogue sounds, enough bass to cripple most sound systems, and an aggressive 303 line to take you away.

Unfortunately I never heard this played out on a big system but me and my mates had many a house party and loved the blue, red, and clear Kosmik Kommando releases.



October 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This ep (and the other three in the series) is simply awesome. Quality acid that doesn't take itself too serious, and will tear up any floor worth its salt. Doesn't sound dated to me. Stick it on and squelch and bleep your way to paradise.


September 19, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
As the rest of the Universal Indicator series, this record is disturbing. The tracks are too short and/or do not seem to evolve much at all, are not very well mastered and half of them are of the disposable, filler kind. It is still an ok release, though, if one sees it as a DJ tool. Grungy Acid sounds and overall good ideas that have simply not reached maturity.