DJ RapDivine Rhythm

Label:Reverb Records (2) – RVBT 017 DJ, Stealth Sonic Recordings – RVBT 017 DJ
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Stamped
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore


ADivine Rhythm6:12

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Track A samples:
Dialogue from the film The Warriors
Ambient synth and human voice from Mr. Mister - Kyrie
Vocal from Circuit - Shelter Me

Track B samples:
Dialogue from the film Dirty Harry

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: RVBT 017 DJ A₃ DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout: RVBT 017 DJ B₂ DAMONT

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Divine Rhythm (12", White Label)Not On LabelDJ RAP 001UK1992
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Divine Rhythm (12", 45 RPM, White Label)Reverb Records (2)RVBT 017 DJUK1992



  • darkmark's avatar
    If you're blanching at the prices, there's a tasty and affordable reissue here:
    • WN3_4EX's avatar
      Sorry I'm just not getting it, please tell me why....I mean it doesn't rip the roof off. And why is it so expensive?
      • FurthurElectronix's avatar
        Edited 4 years ago
        One of my fav hardcore record, for "Devine Rhythm" this just has everything I like. One of those tracks that when you hear it you love everyone...
        • Steveo33837's avatar
          Edited 6 years ago
          A nice feel good uplifting slice of old skool. Divine Rhythm is the one for me - a well produced track with some great samples that really hit the spot.

          From the Mister Mister synth & vocals, to the sample from 'The Warriors' movie plus the little Circuit, Shelter Me vocal... all decent stuff.

          Simply produced... intro beats, hands in the air type breaks with a few bridges in between.

          As mentioned below, Rat Pack used this in their Fantazia Doddington set - it bought the house down. Expensive to buy on vinyl now but it's a funky piece to own.

          I guess the only thing we can do is play you a song...
          • Retroactive-Records's avatar
            I have enjoyed reading the reviews left here, but one problem is there is no mention or love for "Desire". This of my favourite of the two tracks and despite having "Divine Rhythm" on repress, I just had to pick up the original pressing for "Desire". It begins with "Do You Feel Lucky?" sample of Clint Eastwood's "Dirty Harry'' then into a short snippet of a Wild Western pan pipe riff before the breakbeat comes in with chopped and edited Tyree Cooper sounding rap vocal snippets then into a rushy euphoric piano line! Definitely one for the 6am sunrise set!
            • mallo1's avatar
              wow what a great track sounds great today !! timeless what a great talent
              • tangee's avatar
                Talented Dj Rap..Lovely track..
                • whooshbang's avatar
                  The radio report that sy1975 is referring to comes from the movie called "Warriors". It's also sampled in a 1989 techno track by Renegade Soundwave.... no doubt various others have sampled it and the Warriors movie in general. I think DJ Rap makes the best use of this sample though.... absolutely love it. Classic track and classic movie~!
                  • caesarharpoon's avatar
                    Excellent tune which samples Mr Mister's 'Kyrie'
                    • Choc1ce's avatar
                      By far one of my most loved hardcore tunes. Such an innovative laid back tune that sounded mellow, but was also ethereal and uplifting. Ratpack played it in their infamous Fantazia one step beyond set. A track that really stood out, and dare I say it, was a bit ahead of it's time.


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