First heard this on a mix tape compiled by DJ Ace. He used to sit with a box of mixes and boombox outside Camden tube. Perfectly captures the proto-UK hardcore techno sound that was massive in warehouses and basements throughout the latter part of 90 and into 91. Take this, a bit of Beltram, Holy Noise, Sit on the Bass and the Poppadum track! Bliss.
Personally think this is one of Ron Wells' (Jack Smooth) best productions and although seemingly in demand, I believe it's very underrated and not as in demand as his other releases on Basement Records/Sound Entity. Which is a shame. This release was well before its time in my opinion. The ideas might borrow from both across the Atlantic and from mainland Europe but actually, don't particularly fit any particular scene, including the burgeoning UK scene of the day, but I say that's a good thing and in a good way, because it makes it timeless. The Untitled A2 track especially is a real brain driller of a track and always made an emotional and psychedelic impression on me.
Can anyone help? Is one of these untitled tracks actually called Sweat Attack? I heard this on one of the two Colins radio shows on Kiss fm.. And one them mentioned a track called Sweat Attack by Crowd Control?