Christoph De Babalon ‎– If You're Into It, I'm Out Of It

2 × Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Opium
B1 Nostep
B2 Expressure
B3 What You Call A Life
B4 Water
C1 Brilliance
C2 Dead (Too)
C3 Damaged III
C4 Release
D1 High Life (Theme)
D2 My Confession

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crucial shit. [referring to a picture of his gear, such as the Amiga 500]
Recorded in several places 1993-1996
All published by Sempex (GEMA)
Ⓒ+Ⓟ 1997 Digital Hardcore Recordings Ltd.
All tracks Copyright Control
Made in UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 019148 214144
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Etched): DHR LP 8 - A1 PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Etched): DHR LP 8 - B1 PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Runout, Etched): DHR LP 8 - C1 PR-M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Runout, Etched): DHR LP 8 - D1 PR-M


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October 4, 2012
Two other reviewers = 100% Agree, one of my all-time favorite records, and a big influence on my own work. Listened to the previews of the new album. Sounds like a cheap RDJ knockoff, If You're Into It, I'm Out Of It certainly doesn't!


December 11, 2006
edited over 9 years ago
This record is intense! It's the reason why I love and respect Christoph de Babalon. This is nothing like the rest of DHR catalog. This is dark, brooding, sinister and intense!! When I bought this record I heard the first five seconds of Opium and thought, "I'm going to love this record!", and I do, from start to finish. Opium and High Life are two epic tracks filled with deep drones and harrowing ambience. The rest of the album is filled with the same spine tingling ambience and heavy breakbeat arrangements. They aren't any in-your-face style DHR breakbeats, but it's not a light D n' B track either. Give this record a listen, you will not be disappointed.


November 22, 2003
edited over 6 years ago
This is the darkest and heaviest record on DHR, easily. so bleak