Zomby ‎– Where Were U In '92?

Werk Discs ‎– WERK CD006
CD, Album


1 Fuck Mixing, Let's Dance 3:00
2 Euphoria 3:27
3 We Got The Sound 1:57
4 Daft Punk Rave 1:02
5 Tears In The Rain 4:34
6 Get Sorted 2:18
7 G.T.i 1:26
8 Float 3:19
9 Need Ur Lovin' 2:24
10 Pillz 4:21
11 Hench 2:24
12 B With Me 3:52
13 Where Were U In '92? 2:04
14 U Are My Fantasy (Street Fighter II Theme RMX) 2:03

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This album is dedicated to the pioneers.
This album was produced using 92 studio techniques using the Akais2000 and Atari ST with Cubase.
Packaging: Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 024545 534023
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5024545534023
  • Matrix / Runout: WERKCD006 01 Sony DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY33
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW36

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Cult Music (2) none UK 2012
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(LP, Album, Ltd, Yel) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012 Sell This Version
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, WAV, Album) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(LP, Album, RP) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2016 Sell This Version


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May 28, 2016

All in all, the most accurate rendition of the oldschool sound back then. During these years many have recovered the pianos, the samples and the speed, but few did with the darkness and lack of structure. Zomby does that here. A grower, like most of his output.


October 14, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
This album would be good if Zomby took these tracks seriously enough to give them a coherent structure. Instead we get some not-quite-fully-developed ideas that don't really have a beginning or end. Otherwise a pretty good homage to the early 90s, just wish he'd spent a bit more time on them. The way the tracks just suddenly end almost in the middle of a measure is just absurd. Nothing in here that I would really bother spinning. Most of these track lengths are under 3 minutes which is not very DJ friendly.


March 14, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
Where was I in 92, I went some raves,bought tunes, got high...cheers matey


October 15, 2013
Zombie must really like the Shaker in Double Troubles Just Keep Rockin? It is in all of the tracks here!


June 30, 2013
Very mediocre tracks, i'm sure nobody would have played this crap in '92.


February 17, 2012
This album is so good, it needs to be pressed on vinyl..!!


June 9, 2010

hi discogs.
it's pretty simple.

there would be no detroit without chicago house.
there would be no acid 88 without detroit.
there would be no UK hardcore 90-92 without acid 88.
there would be no 1992 sunrise without UK hardcore 90-92.
there would be no jungle and ragga without 1992 sunrise.
there would be no drum'n'bass without jungle.
there would be no techstep without drum'n'bass.
there would be no two-step without techstep and probabily house.
there would be no dubstep without techstep and probabily house and probabily IDM.

so ... there would be no dubstep without 1992 sunrise....
My Music testament
The fact that Zomby was 8 years old in 1992 - I don't really care.
He made some perfect homework !!


April 2, 2009
A fantastic well produced journey back to the sound of 92 which touches on but never actually manages fully to re-create the DIY sound and vibes of early 90's rave , He might have used that same equipment to re-produce this Cd but the main difference is that the music of the early 90's was a reflection of what has happening then.
The early 90's also saw big changes to rave culture with the Tory governments passing the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act (1994)which was the final nail in it's coffin and the 90's are destined to be remembered by people who were not there.
But the question remains... Zomby where were you in 92? Definitely not a rave as you were about 8 years old.