Dom* & OpticalQuadrant Six (Fierce Remix) / Rage Roll

Label:Audio Couture – AC 111
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Drum n Bass


AQuadrant Six (Fierce Remix)
CRage Roll

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Quadrant Six (Fierce Remix) / Rage Roll (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)Audio CoutureAC 111UK1997
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Quadrant Six (Fierce Remix) / Rage Roll (2×File, FLAC)Audio CoutureAC 111UKUnknown



  • muted81's avatar
    The remix side is absolutely incredible... this is truly funky tech step. I really like the somber keyboard strings/horn part in the beginning and outro. The drop is just bananas! The overall flow of the track is also a bit odd, which is another key aspect that sets this one apart in my eyes. Very underrated and timeless.
    The flip, while not being a tearout at all, is extremely dark and sluggy with a paranoid mood and atmosphere. Its experimental art, you can really feel Dom's style coming thru in the sci fi vibes here. Its like a theme song for entering the void.
    I strongly disagree with the comment below saying this record to be average, it's anything but that. Its full on 97/98' vibes with a unique character to both sides.
    • tony879's avatar
      A bit average this one, lacks the invention and awesome sound design of the brilliant Dom and Rob Playford tracks.
      • tangee's avatar
        Should be worth more money..Hardcore Drum And Bass Remix by Fierce..When Drum And Bass was Good!!
        • nayf's avatar
          Edited 17 years ago
          The remix takes things on a rather less intense - but no less deadly - journey, with a more stomping two step beat and gurgling bass as if summoned up by Lucifer himself. Topped off with even more emotive sax action, this remix is on a par with the original.

          Rage Roll opens with desolate visions - imagine wandering round stoke on trent on an acid comedown at 4am in the morning - and while this is probably too slow and introverted for today's dancefloor (and that's a shame), it's proof that atmosphere and soul isn't just the preserve of GLO.
          • LIFELINE's avatar
            Edited 18 years ago
            RAGE ROLL - Possibly one of the darkest pieces to emerge at the height of the Techstep / Neurofunk sub genre. This track is utterly atmospheric; creeping malevolent two step beats provide a bed for gloomy sinister sound effects that work themselves up into a menacing rage culminating with an angry “reece” bass sound.

            If anyone is interested as to why there were no girls on the drum and bass dance floors at this time (late 1996 -1998), this would be a classic example!!

            Pure genius!


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