Azzido Da BassDooms Night

Label:Club Tools – 012028-0CLU
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Trance, Electro House


A1Dooms Night (Timo Maas Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Andy Bolleshon, Martin Buttrich, Timo Maas
B1Dooms Night (Pascal F.E.O.S. Treatment Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Atty Mezcal, Pascal F.E.O.S.

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A1: Mixed for Time Tools Production Germany

Side B has the track info

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 029758 202807
  • Barcode (EAN): 4029758202807
  • Label Code: LC 04923
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): 012 0280 CLU A1 DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): 012 0280 CLU B1 DAMONT
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 48)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Dooms Night (12", 45 RPM)Club Tools006671-0 CLUGermany1999
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Dooms Night (Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Club Tools0066810 CLUGermany1999
Dooms Night (Remixes) (CDr, Single, Promo)EdelnoneUK1999
Dooms Night (Remixes) (12")Edel America RecordsED 70961US2000
Recently Edited
Dooms Night (CD, Maxi-Single)Club Tools012126-5CLUGermany2000



  • BlueMoonWax's avatar
    By the time I heard this, it was a Garage anthem so I was a bit late to the party but it was still one of the most-played tunes for a good solid year or 2 after. I'd only been Djing on Technics for a few months so it was a real challenge to mix out of it before that looong breakdown in the middle.
    The whoomph sound was even emulated in a lot of jump-up dnb tracks years later (not saying guys like G Dub intentionally copied it but there were similarities in some of their tunes). Can't think of another tune which has crossed genres so successfully, featured on House, Trance & Garage comps alike and an equally huge track in all.
    I read an interview with Timo Maas around the time and he said he made it in 2 or 3 hours.. usually seems to be the way with some of the biggest hitters
    • spl3nd1d's avatar
      Everybody knows the deal. I mean EVERYBODY. Timo's work led to...probably the most twisted, most f$#@!ked up, most devastating pre-millenium mainstream (or semi-mainstream) breaks release. We live in the so-called " '10s", new genres are spawning and spawning, every 10th guy is making music, dubstep came etc. - but THIS overshadows literally everything.

      It's still relevant and fresh today. Like nothing changed in the past ~15 years. Seminal rave anthem, a reference tune for electronic music. It caused so much buzz that I cannot express with words....
      • h4ndcrafted's avatar
        Everybody knows the bassline 'wamp, wamp' Dance classic.
        • moslondon9960's avatar
          Great and Classic Breakbeat Album "Dooms Night", We Love It and We Want to Buy It;-)
          • selector1000's avatar
            Edited 19 years ago
            The Timo Maas Remix is probably one of those few remixes pushing the original to other spheres.
            While the original version is in my opinion rather boring, the maas remix is hard, funky, kickin', dry -just a technoish prime time mover.
            And You have to keep in mind, that this remix is almost 5 years old and is still sounding as fresh.


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