IndustrialTime To Rock / The Future

Label:Kinetix – KINT 7
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno


A1Time To Rock (Kore Tip)
A2Time To Rock (Kore Tip Instrumental)
AA1Time To Rock (Deepening)
AA2Time To Rock (Deepening Instrumental)
AA3The Future

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The tracklisting is incorrect on the sleeve.

Tracks A1 & AA1 sample:
Vocal from Nicole - Rock The House.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 019861 920766
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): KINT 7 - A BC2186 ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): KINT 7 - AA ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Time To Rock (12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)KinetixKINT7UK1992



  • aidiothir's avatar
    Edited 8 months ago
    What a joke record:
    ''Time To Rock (Deepening)'' is a complete rip-off of ''Sub System III - Sublife''
    • 8892sales's avatar
      This is a very 1991 sounding production. I'm not sure when Time To Rock first came out on promo, test pressing etc, but The Future was most definitely around since late 1991 and can be heard on several DJ sets. So was Industrial's other sublime 'Illusions' and the incredibly energising Renegade (Remix). I ignore the Time To Rock's vocal versions altogether and go straight to the instrumental mixes as I never could stand that poppy dance house record Rock The House by Nicole (and records like it) which happens to sample the vocal from it. Load of cheese. I'm waiting for all the worshippers of that record to crucify me now :P

      As others have already mentioned, Time To Rock also owes a bit to Energy Storm Vol 1 even though Energy Storm itself borrowed the sound from Turntable Hype I'll Bass You / Set You Free.

      It also sounds like they've taken a fragment of the drums on Friends Of Matthew Out There. I think that same break also appears on Matt Gray's other alias EQ Ghetto Boys (on FX Records) if I'm not mistaken.
      • ceesie's avatar
        Release Note:
        Release Date = 28/09//92
        Industrial return with this cybersonic follow up to "Tribal Dance" which emanated from underground to make it into the Gallup 100.
        Industrial have been keeping busy over in New York, where they like their Hardcore deep, strong and straight (no chaser). This influence is no more than obvious on the four mixes presented here. Check every one as the concept mutates through Hardcore, Techno & Rave. Also, don't forget the extra track (previously only available as a rare white label) "The Future". This is one hell of a solid tune.
        As always, we need to know which mix is doing it for you best, so get your cerebral units (ie your heads) around this lot and get back to us as soon as you know the score.
        • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
          You probably have to thank Energy Storm vol 1 for this sound...Same label as GTO-Pure...A great Dutch label..ESP! ;)


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