A Split - Second

A Split - Second Discography

Albums

none A Split-Second* Stained Impressions (Album) Not On Label (A Split - Second Self-released) none Belgium 1985 Sell This Version
ANT 054 CD, Antler 054 CD, ANTLER 054 CD A Split - Second Ballistic Statues (Album) Antler Records, Antler Records, Antler Records ANT 054 CD, Antler 054 CD, ANTLER 054 CD Belgium 1987 Sell This Version
ANTLER 088-LP A Split - Second ... From The Inside (Album) Antler Records ANTLER 088-LP Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
CAROL MC 1614 A Split - Second Kiss Of Fury (Album) Animalized CAROL MC 1614 US 1990 Sell This Version
CAROL 2511-2 A Split - Second Flesh & Fire - 1991 Remixes (Album, Comp) Antler-Subway, Antler-Subway CAROL 2511-2 US 1991 Sell This Version
85921052 A Split - Second Vengeance C.O.D.(CD, Album) Hypnobeat 85921052 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
CD 3423-2 A Split Second* Megabite(CD, Album) Hypnobeat CD 3423-2 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
AS 5975, 7243 5362642 6, 536264 2 A Split - Second Transmix (Album) Antler-Subway AS 5975, 7243 5362642 6, 536264 2 Europe 2001 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

ANTLER 046 A Split - Second Flesh (Single, Maxi) Antler Records ANTLER 046 Belgium 1986 Sell This Version
antler 061, ANTLER 061 A Split - Second Rigor Mortis (Single, Maxi) Antler Records, Antler Records antler 061, ANTLER 061 Belgium 1987 Sell This Version
ANTLER 068 A Split - Second Smell Of Buddha(12") Antler Records ANTLER 068 Belgium 1987 Sell This Version
Antler 088-7 A Split - Second Mambo Witch (Maxi, Single) Antler Records Antler 088-7 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
ANTLER 076 A Split - Second Scandinavian Bellydance (Maxi) Antler Records, Antler Records ANTLER 076 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version
SPV 50-1344 A Split - Second The Colosseum Crash (Inside Out Remix) / Muscle Machine (Single, Maxi) Wax Trax! Records SPV 50-1344 Germany 1989 Sell This Version
ANT 106 A Split - Second Another Violent Breed - The Live Versions (EP) Antler Records ANT 106 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version
AS - 5013, AS 5013-7" A Split - Second Backlash(7", S/Sided) Antler-Subway, Antler-Subway AS - 5013, AS 5013-7" Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
AS 5012-R A Split - Second Firewalker (Single, Maxi) Animalized AS 5012-R Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
AS 5042 CDS, AS 5042-CDS A Split-Second* The Parallax View (Single, Maxi) Antler-Subway AS 5042 CDS, AS 5042-CDS Belgium 1991 Sell This Version

Compilations

TCLP 4.00424 J A Split - Second Neurobeat (Comp) Trance Records TCLP 4.00424 J Germany 1987 Sell This Version
WAXCD 050 A Split•Second* A Split•Second (Comp) Wax Trax! Records WAXCD 050 US 1988 Sell This Version
492.003 A Split - Second Introversion (Lay Back And Join) (Comp) Antler-Subway 492.003 Brazil 1990 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none A Split Second* Demo(Cass) Not On Label (A Split - Second Self-released) none Belgium Unknown Sell This Version

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francesco67uk

francesco67uk

July 9, 2016
There was a time when from the Belgian EBM was born a mellower sound; it didn't last long the "New Beat" - but I was a DJ in the first electronic music parties in Goa from 1985 onwards. A Split Second were, along with Front 242, Signal Aout 42, Nitzer Ebb, the rulers of the night time ...to then leave the dancefloors to morning tunes like New Beat (Belgian too) and unlike sources like Yello and KLF - so big up for A SPLIT SECOND!
TRANSWAVES

TRANSWAVES

July 5, 2013
I think they are pretty hard and also unique in their style. Also they represent the top elite of belgium music. So there is no doubt that it´s worth a lot having their records in your posession. Se them as a result of a great country with the best beer in the world!
GarthBPM

GarthBPM

March 24, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
Looking back, A Split Second looks almost silly compared with other industrial bands of the 1980s-1990s (See the Mambo Witch video). They don't seem as tough as Front 242 or as scary as Skinny Puppy. What is kick-ass about these guys is their music. The two albums released on Wax Trax! (A Split Second, and ...From The Inside) are absolute classics of that era when Techno, New Beat, EBM, and Industrial overlapped nicely.

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