Zekt ‎– Senseless

Adam & Eve Records ‎– ADAM 014
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 External
A2 It's Goodbye
B1 Broaden Minds
B2 Experiment

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The end of A1 is faded out on this vinyl. Most of the several other appearances of this track, including those on the compilation Thunderdome III and on the vinyl Escape From The Hostile, are full length versions about 40 seconds longer than the version on this vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): MTM 0395/A 5
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): MTM 0396/A 5


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June 27, 2018
This record is a legitimate weapon of dance destruction. That is all.


February 12, 2018
I remember hearing this (External) at one particular warehouse event back around 1993. It looked like mortar dust was spewing from the cracks in the walls to the massive bass onslaught. That's what I saw at least... Half of the people there looked terrified when it came on, the others were avin it! I still pull it out sometimes when friends are over checking out my vinyl collection and ask what kind of music it is that I listen to...


October 29, 2016
As important as any pivotal techno release of the 90's.this slab of vinyl evil is akin to underground resistance's galaxy 2 galaxy,humate's '3',69's 'lite music',beltram's 'vol. 1'-you get the picture.absolutely indispensable,punch you in the face hard acid,and 23 years old at the time of this posting!


February 7, 2016
edited over 4 years ago

Having trouble with the neighbours?...see if this works!! The track external will seriously make the average male shit himself, such as savage, filthy bassline it'll have people squirming around in agony like a worm in bleach. Good track to have in the box as it can used in a hardcore and techno sets as demonstrated by Surgeon in 1997, dj agressor @ helter skelter Voyager 1996, Mark EG @ Helter Skelter 1995 and easygroove in 1993 [he also drops the track experiment aswell]...messy to the core!


June 10, 2010

If i had to choose one EP that summed up Hard Industrial Techno of the early 1990`s this would be it. Relentless harsh sounds and unforgiving manic acid with boisterous kickdrums....The sort of music if you played loud "normal" people would look disgusted and wonder what the hell are you on.
Absolutely love it =^,^=


October 14, 2003
This is baby eating music at its finest. Deadly Buda played it as a staple for many a year. The rush of Experiment like cold death on the spine. One of those records you pitch up (+16) and hold on for dear life to.
At the time going hard and laying waste to the dancefloor in a bloodfeast manner was the norm (what happened?) and records like this were just fodder for the canon. What delicious destructive music.
Original release in plastic sleeve only, no label sleeve.