DJ Misjah & DJ TimAccess

Label:X-Trax – X-002
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Style:Hard Trance, Acid, Techno


AA1The Switch7:29

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Uncredited vocal samples on 'Access' were taken from Deee-Lite - Picnic In The Summertime (Picnicapella) - which samples the title track from Bill Doggett - Honky Tonk Popcorn LP.

All tracks written and produced for Fokuss Productions.
Publishing by Fokuss / Ratel Music.
Distribution by Mid-Town.
Made in Holland.

45 RPM for A Side
33 ⅓ RPM for AA Side

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 713299 000324
  • Barcode (Scanned): 8713299000324
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): X002-A HCB874277.
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side AA): X002-B HCB 874277.
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Access (12")Progressive PlatterPP003Canada1995
Access (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Quality MadridQR-164Spain1995
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Access (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)D.I.A.S.DIAS 002Germany1995
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Access (12", grey marbled)X-TraxX-002Netherlands1995
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Access (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)X-TraxX-002Netherlands1995



  • ETH's avatar
    I wasn’t dj’ing this hard back in the 90’s but bought it anyways because it blew my mind. A perfect arrangement- once you’re in you can let ride!
    • TheOriginalMixtress's avatar
      Takes me back to 6am at a random rave on a housing estate, somewhere in East London, whole crowd bouncing in unison while some biker in leathers was MCing like a maniac on the mic... absolute belter of a track, and an absolutely mental night/morning. Always remember the cab driver home being called Rudy Number 8 lol
      • alpcelebi93's avatar
        Never understood why Access is that famous. It is extremely simple, repetitive, and lacking creativity.

        They finished the track in 2 hours by the way, which is not surprising at all.
        • hexagonian's avatar
          we should play this track when the aliens eventually land on this planet and make contact with us
          • pjkh's avatar
            Here's some useless trivia: the 303 comes in at 3:03.
            You can tell that to your new pal at 7 in the morning while you're trying to chew the inside of your cheek.

            Time has not been kind to a lot of music of this era, but the simplicity and energy of Access puts it firmly in the techno hall of fame.
            • aaronsmith888's avatar
              Edited 4 years ago
              The switch tune oh my days I can't play it loud enough, I need a power amp for this little treacle. Bouncy and mahoosive sound chuggy tune
              • puurpaul's avatar
                Thanks Misjah, cheers Tim

                This one remains timeless for those that were there and for future generations who will come back round to it
                • jancito303's avatar
                  Yeah, we know, Access is a great track, we get it. But how awesome is extravaganza!? It builds in a way that reminds me of Red 3 from Dave Clarke, which came out around the same time. Incredible dancefloor-smashing energy.
                  • SeggMajom's avatar
                    God dam, this is one of the best dance songs on earth. Just a few come on par, like "O.T. Quartet - Hold That Sucker Down"...
                    • stevee0303's avatar
                      It's very difficult now to capture in words the devastating effect Access had on the worlds dancefloors at the time. Although plenty decent acid tracks had been released prior to 95, the 303 sound had taken a breather after the onslaught of the late 80's & early 90's and was then more familiar within the goa/hardtrance sounds.
                      The hard dance scene was absolutely huge in the uk due to the previous 7 years of innovation and as that had started to become stale the scene was screaming out for a fresh path.
                      Then Access Arrived!!!
                      Nothing had been heard quite like this and it was like a nod to the past with a wink to the future, combining a mixture of the best acid tweaking of days gone by but with the strength and power of very early 90's gabba in a new hardtrance kinda style, very fresh at the time.
                      The minute that kickdrum and stab broke through a track in the mix, you could feel it like a tremor literally shaking and pounding the club, testing the sound system to it's max like it was invented to play this track. Whatever was played before it became irrellevant, whatever was played after could not compete. Simply it caused crowds to go absolutely wild resulting in Total Dancefloor Annihilation!!! Exactly what Misjah and Tim intended it to do, i'm sure. X-Trax Rocks!!!


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