Various ‎– Hardcore DJ's...Take Control

Perfecto ‎– 74321 101811
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Carl Cox Feel Reel
Engineer, Co-producer – Neil McLellanWritten-By, Producer – Carl Cox
A2 Fabio & Grooverider Darklands
Written-By, Engineer – Chris PaulWritten-By, Producer – Fabio, Grooverider
A3 Colin Dale Kowtow (F.X.T. Mix)
Engineer [Mix Engineer] – Carlton CotterillEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Ian HuffamWritten-By, Producer – Colin Dale
B1 Joey Beltrum* Track 37
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Joey Beltrum*
B2 Frankie Bones When I Pump The Bass
Engineer – Damon WildWritten-By, Producer – Frankie Bones
B3 Evil Eddie Richards* P-An-Oh
Written-By, Producer, Mixed By – Eddie Richards



Track A1 Perfecto Music Ltd. Recorded at The Strongroom Studios.
Track A2 Darklands Music.
Track A3 Perfecto Music.
Track B1 Perfecto Music Ltd. / Mystars Ltd.
Track B2 J.S.E. Music Publishing Ltd. Produced and mixed for Brooklyn Groove Productions. Engineered at Gravesend Studios, Brooklyn, New York.
Track B3 Perfecto Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 020 6 1884 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout: 020 6 1884 - B1
  • Other (Additional etchings side A): Stu.
  • Barcode (Text): 7 43211 01811 1
  • Barcode (Scan): 743211018111
  • Label Code: LC 6751

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format ) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 101812 Various Hardcore DJ's...Take Control(CD, Comp) Perfecto, BMG Records (UK) Ltd. 74321 101812 UK 1992 Sell This Version
74321 101814 Various Hardcore DJ's...Take Control(Cass, Comp) RCA, Perfecto 74321 101814 Indonesia 1992 Sell This Version
74321 101814 Various Hardcore DJ's...Take Control(Cass, Comp) Perfecto 74321 101814 UK & Europe 1992 Sell This Version



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November 25, 2010

Pretty good collection and eclectic in style ranging from early drum & bass (Fabio and Grooverider) to deep house (Colin Dale) and out-and-out over-sampled rave (Frankie Bones). The sleeve notes are written by Colin Favor and are quite amusing to read now, entitled "the state of the art 92" and "Recorded here is the sound of the future ... today." The notes even plug his Kiss FM radio shows stating the timeslots.

Oh and if you are looking for the spawn of Beltram's Energy Flash, his track here is really rather epic. Not sure if it ever got a later named release but I have not heard 'Track 37' anywhere else. A real gem buried on an obscure album.