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DrexciyaThe Journey Home

Label:Warp Records – WAP 57, Warp Records – WAP | 57
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Techno, Electro


AaBlack Sea6:21
AbDarthouven Fish Men2:53
BaHydro Theory6:50
BbJourney Home4:41

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The sleeve erroneously states that track Bb runs at 5:41.

Published by Hyperspace BMI.
Distributed by RTM/Pinnacle.
℗ 1995 Warp Records
© 1995 Warp Records

Thanks to Def Con 5 Records Special thanks to God and Underground Resistance (Epsilon Aquazone We're Going Deep)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021603 057067
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): WAP 57 A¹ DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): WAP 57 B¹ DAMONT B
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The Journey Home (CD, EP)Warp Records, Warp RecordsWAP 57CD, WAP | 57CDUK1995
The Journey Home EP (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label)Warp RecordsWAP 57UK1995
The Journey Home (4×File, MP3, EP, VBR)Warp RecordsnoneUKUnknown
pw1129's profile picture
Lore‏‏‎‏‏‎‏‏‎. ‎
elahrairah's profile picture
New entry on the indie charts, NME 25th March 1995.
Thunderloops's profile picture
Possibly my favourite of all the Drexciya records, and the easiest to get. Moody and smooth, Journey Home is a great piece of middle mood bouncey electronica, while Black Sea is very classic Drexciyan intensity. Across 4 tracks it really sums the variety of Drexciyan expression and is a great intro to the band.
9093's profile picture
Ron Hardy?
I'm sure..but call a pedant.
Wrong City saan.
9093's profile picture
Re below.
303's? Where?
Some people ought to refrain from touching things that look like they say qwerty.

Anyways, when I get on desert island on r4 black sea is in there.
theskyisfalling's profile picture
You can buy the 4 volume Clone reissues that feature the 4 tracks from this ep for about £15 a pop, or you could just spend that £60 on this. Or be greedy and get'em all.
reverberation's profile picture
Edited 7 years ago
A lot of people talk about how the electronic rawness was born in Chicago. due to limited funds by artists like Phuture and Ron Hardy who had to use scrappy mixers and cheap karaoke machine called TB-303, but a lot of people do not discuss about how Drexciya took that rawness into a different completely imaginative direction.

The Drex crew hit the jackpot with this EP, it fits like fingers to glove to the "freakiness" and the "weirdness" Warp records presented in those current times. "Darthouven Fish Men" is a dirty melody which sounds like a computer malfunction repeatedly hitting an error, it is jumpy and crunchy with scattered envelops all around.

"Black Sea" is a deep journey into Detroit's famous Packard Automotive Plant rave scene which was flourishing in the 90's, it is trance before trance was gentrified. the thing so unique about Drexicya is that they used distortion but it never sounded bad quality distortion, it was a matter of science for James & Gerald - how can we make heavily distorted and compressed sounds without making them sound bad?

"Hydro Theory" is the treasure here, that breathing heavily sound in the background is probably timed frame to the recognizable Drexciya, anybody who bootlegs that aquarium deep sea sound will get his ass whooped instantly thinking he is playing a Drex track.

"Journey Home" offers a more instrumental side to things with a light funky attitude. its an alien keyboard with a humorist twist, known legacy of this moniker.
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SoloStrike's profile picture
Love this record. Need a spare sleeve for mine, if anyone has one for sale then shout me!
perla's profile picture
Okay, this is one of the best electronic music 12" ever. Quite an strong statement! On the one hand, black sea is a techno slap in your face, a tour the force, what a track! You play this in front of a crowd and you got it all. Extremely strong track, perfectly crafted and with superb sound design and production. It sounds full but not crowded with sounds, the mix is quite dirty in the good sense of the word. Just brilliant!
On the other hand, you have the journey home, emotional, intelligent and one of those tracks that make sense of the tittle, it really feels like in a long journey going back to your home or safe place.
What else can you ask for a 12"?