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- I'm afraid to say I somewhat fell out of love with the scene around late '96 when this kind of sound came in, much preferring the more tuneful 91-95 Hardcore/Jungle vibes. However, coming back to this genre almost 30 years later I am beginning to really appreciate the style. The Soundwall VIP is just jaw dropping in its chaotic, yet clear intensity, those Amens are just superb. I just can't get enough of this track. It's completely mind-bending. Hard to believe that you can pick this up on vinyl for less than a tenner.
- Edited 15 years agoI don't think i have anything else on vinyl that is as hmm ferocious as this track. When i first heard this track i thought my head was going to cave in. The manic drums and super-low bassline, altough chaos is all around you in this track, give it a really good primeval rhythmn, telling you to either dance like mad or go home now! Yeah, it's a 'do or die' track if ever there was one.
- This is a good track, I first heard it on a Dieselboy compilation, and it had the progressive dnb sound that I appreciate. The drum line was incorporated into the bass line ingeniously. The problem is, this remix is completely different than the original song, and Dom definitely deserves all the credit for this song. I mean, it is a new song, and they still somehow got the old artists name on it. In my opinion unfair completely