Various ‎– Torque

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No U-Turn ‎– NUTLP01
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3 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Compilation
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A Ed Rush • Nico* Proton
Featuring [Vibes] – Fierce
B Ed Rush • Nico* Torque
C Trace • Nico* Damn Son
D Nico (4) Lo
Featuring [Vibes] – Fierce
E1 FierceNico (4) Crystal
E2 Ed Rush • Nico* Defect
F1 Trace • Nico* Squadron
F2 Ed RushTrace* • Nico (4) Droid

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Made in London, England.

Disc 1 & 2 play at 45RPM
Disc 3 plays at 33 RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: NUTLP001

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NUTCD01 Various Torque(CD, Album + CD, Mixed) No U-Turn NUTCD01 UK 1997 Sell This Version
NUTLP01, NUTLP001 Various Torque Sampler(12", Ltd, Promo, Smplr, W/Lbl) No U-Turn, No U-Turn NUTLP01, NUTLP001 UK 1997 Sell This Version
NUTCD01 Various Torque(CD, Album + CD, Mixed) No U-Turn NUTCD01 UK 1997 Sell This Version
NUTCD01 Various Torque(CD, Album + CD, Mixed) No U-Turn NUTCD01 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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johannes.janeczek

johannes.janeczek

October 21, 2016

absolutely essential album for all dnb heads. dark deep rollin bass and masterful drum programming by the masters of techstep themself.
krunchtime

krunchtime

April 11, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

"Proton" always reminds me of "Sonar", "Mutant Revisited", "Cutslo"... That time. Who was first?
rebel78

rebel78

November 22, 2015

i have a xtra copy with plate 3 having a different colour on the label side (dark red) than ,most of the pressings
drexcia2

drexcia2

May 7, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This needs no introduction. The best Techstep album ever created and dare I say one of the best Drum and Bass albums ever regardless of what genre. The other label being Emotiff which pumped out some awesome Techstep in my opinion Doc Scott was instrumental in the early development of the sound on account of Drumz and Shadow Boxing. He would of been a clear inspiration for many artist of the genre.
monkeytek

monkeytek

March 18, 2015

Still the best.
techstepper

techstepper

June 6, 2013

The final word in techstep, this really is the ultimate collection of dark Drum & Bass. Every tune can be considered a classic, but stand outs have to be Lo and Damn Son, the latter in particular being a deliciously evil example of tension and release. The delayed drop is a master stroke, the Reece bass possibly the thickest and most indulgent of all NUT releases, the beats clatter and roll, like being in a cement mixer filled with rocks.

All in all, it's a fucking lethal album.
no_id

no_id

February 7, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

This 3*12" is simply one of the best record of my collection, all genres included. Ambiences are f*cking enjoyable, heavy, nervous, all that in a really subtle way (no flood/unnecessary noise). Darker and more penetrating than many recent or "harder" stuff.
Sloofman

Sloofman

December 15, 2009

One of the most brutal, exciting and angry pieces of drum and bass ever produced.In my humble opinion the use of the word 'dark' in terms of modern drum and bass is wildly misleading. Beats which vary from sounding like a zombie trudging through a swamp to a relentless amen underpinned by a twisting typhoon of bass, Ed Rush and company rather effectively described the despair and decay of grim inner city life (no pun intended) in the most exciting and exhilerating way possible. Highly recommended listening after a bad day at work.