Various ‎– Brit Hop & Amyl House

Concrete ‎– HARD 10 LP
2 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Sam Sever And The Raiders Of The Lost Art What's That Sound? (Fucked Up Sound) Main Cut
A2 Lionrock Don’t Die Foolish
A3 Fried Funk Food The Real Shit
B1 Fatboy Slim Santa Cruz
B2 Hard Hop Heathen Beat Bastik (Ceasefire Mix)
Remix – Ceasefire
B3 Model 500 The Flow (Jedi Knights Remix)
Remix – Jedi Knights
C1 Monkey Mafia Blow The Whole Joint Up
C2 Depth Charge Shaolin Buddha Finger
C3 Bomb The Bass Bug Powder Dust (Chemical Brothers Remix)
Remix – The Chemical Brothers
D1 The Prodigy Voodoo People (Chemical Brothers Mix)
Remix – The Chemical Brothers
D2 Emmanuel Top Lobotomie
D3 Renegade Soundwave Renegade Soundwave (Leftfield Mix)
Remix – Leftfield

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 43213 39831 0

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HARD 10 LPCD, 74321 339832 Various Brit Hop And Amyl House(CD, Comp, Mixed) Concrete, Deconstruction HARD 10 LPCD, 74321 339832 UK 1996 Sell This Version
none Various Brit Hop And Amyl House(Cass, Album, Promo) Concrete none UK 1996 Sell This Version


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March 19, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
When this album came out I allready was into chemicalbeats music (that's how we called this kind of acid based breakbeatmusic in Netherlands). I gatherd a fair bit of chemicalbeats records but most of the tunes on this album blew them all away and I felt ashamed that I didn't know most of them allready. The album was constantly in my recordbag and I played songs from it wherever I could. I was so crazy about it that I now have almost all of them on original 12"... and they still do the job well! Timeless!



January 25, 2003
I was chatting to some record industry bloke in a pub in Camden once who was in some way involved with the Chemical Brothers. I asked him if, as I suspected, this album was mixed by the Chems. He said it was and the reason they are not credited on the sleeve is that they were not signed to Concrete and there label at the time (Virgin I think) didn't know what they were up to.