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EonVoid Dweller

Label:Vinyl Solution – CK 52472, Vinyl Solution – 52472, Columbia – CK 52472, Columbia – 52472
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Techno, Electro

Tracklist

1A Kind Of Living (Green Icing Mix)
Producer, Mixed ByBaby Ford
4:32
2Inner Mind (Deep Thought Edit)
EngineerAlan Scott
3:41
3Spice (Original Mix With Notes)
EngineerDoug*
5:50
4Final Warning (Raucous Dub Mix)
Written-ByJ. Saul Kane
4:42
5Basket Case (White Coat Mix)5:41
6Infernal Machine3:37
7Fear: The Mindkiller (Altered Edit)4:45
8Electromagnetic Waves
Co-producerIan B
Written-ByJ. Saul Kane
3:53
9Basket Case (Black Coat Mix)4:10
10Infinity (LP Edit/Remaster)
Edited By [Re-edit], Remastered By [Remaster]Ian B
Producer, Mixed By, EngineerAlan Scott
4:59
11.1Dawn Of A New World (Concept Mix)3:58
11.2(silence)0:30
11.3Final Warning3:49
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Track 10 recorded at Clockwork Studios, London, 1989. Re-Edit / Remaster in 1992.
Track 3 recorded at Spike Studio, London, 1990.
Track 2 recorded at Matrix Studios, London, 1991.
Tracks 6 and 7 recorded at Zarnack Studios, London, 1991.
Tracks 1, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 11 recorded at Zarnack Studios, London, 1992.

Tracks 3 & 7 contain samples from the 1984 movie "Dune".
Track 2 samples the opening credits from the 1960's Sci-Fi series "The Outer Limits".
Track 10 samples the 1960's Sci-Fi series "The Outer Limits" (Season 1, Episode 5: The Sixth Finger).

Track 10, "Infinity (LP Edit/Remaster)", is the same as "Infinity (MTR 12 Mix)" that is found on the UK release.
Track 11 contains a hidden track (track 11.3). Track 11.1 lasts for 3:58 before a period of silence."

Published by Schnozza Music (PRS).
© 1992 Vinyl Solution
℗ 1992 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured by Columbia Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-52472-2
  • Matrix / Runout: 1A CK52472 06 B

Other Versions (5 of 9)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Void Dweller (CD, Album)Vinyl Solution, Vinyl SolutionSTEAM 45 CD, STEAM45CDUK1992
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Void Dweller (LP, Album)Columbia, Vinyl SolutionC 52472US1992
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Void Dweller (2×LP, Album)Vinyl SolutionSTEAM 45UK1992
Void Dweller (2×LP, Album, White Label)Vinyl SolutionSTEAM 45UK1992
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Void Dweller (Cassette, Album)Columbia, Columbia, Vinyl Solution, Vinyl SolutionCT 52472, 52472Canada1992

Reviews

  • destroyrockandroll's avatar
    This is a classic electronic album that deserves much more attention than it's received. From the opening cut A Kind Of Living with Baby Ford all the way through to Dawn Of A New World is classic techno rave electronic. Highly recommended. Rest in peace Mr. Ian Loveday!!!
    • fivershutch's avatar
      fivershutch
      A timeless rave album that has lasted the ages. Still holds up. What's up with "Infernal Machine" sounding a lot like Model 500's Sound of Stereo". Juan and Eon did a lot remixes together so that explains a lot about no lawsuits.
      • ReeferMan's avatar
        ReeferMan
        J Saul Kane is a house music god who started back in the day (prior to his incarnation as 'Depth Charge') making rave music under the moniker Eon.

        'Void Dweller' is a slice of nostalgia for old rave heads like me. Many of the mad rave tunes of the 80's and early 90's do not stand the test of time. This album DEFINITELY does stand the test of time.

        Many of the tunes are full on bangin' numbers, with only the occasional departure into slower numbers. Of particular note is the track 'Electromagnetic Waves' (a breakbeat trance track which predates popular breakbeat) and of course the Dune-inspired tracks 'Fear The Mindkiller' and 'Spice'.

        A top collection of rave classics. Buy and enjoy.