Various ‎– Quantum Mechanics

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Renegade Hardware ‎– RHLP01
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5 × Vinyl, 12", Compilation, 45 RPM
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Quantum 1
A Genoforce The Germ
B DJ Kane System (Optical & Fierce Remix)
Featuring – Nemesis (7)Remix – Fierce, Optical
Quantum 2
C Future Forces* & DJ Kane Morphis
D Genotype Extra Terrestrial (Dom & Roland Remix)
Remix – Dom & Roland
Quantum 3
E Genotype Tech Jazz
F Shogun Together (John B Remix)
Remix – John B
Quantum 4
G Future Forces Inc Dead By Dawn (The Final Chapter)
H Shogun Slipstream (Technical Itch Remix)
Remix – Technical Itch
Quantum 5
I Absolute Zero Colours In Noise
J Future Forces Inc Strontium Jazz (Dillinja Remix)
Remix – Dillinja

Notes

Track A is incorrectly listed as "Cyphon" on the label
Track B is incorrectly credited to Nemesis on the sleeve and correctly credited to DJ Kane on the plate label.
Track D is incorrectly listed as Extra Terrestrail on the label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 029651 000097

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RHCD 01 Various Quantum Mechanics(CD, Comp + CD, Comp, Mixed) Renegade Hardware RHCD 01 UK 1998 Sell This Version
RHCD01 Various Quantum Mechanics(CD, Comp, Promo) Renegade Hardware RHCD01 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

February 29, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

For me its Shogun - Together (John B Remix); that track is very good with its filthy baseline, nice sleek beats and great synth hook. It sounds as fresh today as it did way back when. Awesome album filled with dangerous D&B weaponry.
puttybutty1

puttybutty1

January 11, 2016
The Dom and Roland remix of extra terrestrial..... Absolute carnage!!!!
V4L15

V4L15

March 21, 2014
Strontium jazz- the King of basslines.
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

May 13, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

The Germ, Dillinja Remix of Strontium Jazz. Seminal techstep your mum won't like you listening to.
djjobrky

djjobrky

April 27, 2008

Oh my gosh!! This LP at the time was the measuring stick when it came to in you face hard and dark drum n bass. I have my personal faves from the 'The Germ' to John B's remix of 'Together'. Grooverider and Randall use to cain 'The Germ', and on a good system this sounded simply 'SICK'. This is what I call a screw your face up tune, hardstep darkness. The 'Together' remix is simply old skool John B at his best, and it's a shame he doesn't make drum n bass like this anymore. He could blend the rough with the smooth like no one else. There's other gems on here as well, the above were just my personal faves. A great LP, you need this in your collection!!
shadesofrhythm

shadesofrhythm

July 30, 2004
edited over 5 years ago

The first & possibly the best of all the Renegage Hardware compilations!!! Dark & hard with every tune a killer, nice packaging-the sleeve artwork hints at the stark futuristic breaks & beats within...
Basically the blueprint for most of their releases since...Listen to this album & you will see what I mean, don't get me wrong , I am not underrating Renagade's subsequent releases, I'm just saying this album is where it all started...MUST HAVE for all Junglists/D&B heads old & new...
Update 2009 new years eve...Just played most of this album in a set last night in Croydon and it tore up the place!!! so many young nu-skool d&B headz lovin' the tunage...nice! anyway, for those that dont know, this selection is a cheap & easy introduction to dark intelligent techstep with very high production/remix values. 11 years later and I can still say, still an amazing release...Just look at the artist/credits list(Genoforce/Absolute Zero...Bad Company...before Bad Company, Genotype (Just Jungle/Mastermind etc) Dillinja etc, even John B before he went stupid...Every track a tear-out, every artist/producer/remixer a master of their trade...and remember this album was released in 98' and it still tears up the floor even now!