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KonflictMessiah / Beckoning

Label:Renegade Hardware – RH65
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass

Tracklist

AMessiah7:46
BBeckoning7:55
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Notes

Track durations not listed on release.

Messiah contains a sample from "Rozalla - Are You Ready To Fly" (Choir sample)

℗ & © Renegade 2005.

Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): RH65-A EXCHANGE 2000-SIMON R̶H̶L̶P̶-̶3̶K̶1̶ R̶H̶L̶T̶D̶0̶2̶ ̶A̶
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): RH 65-AA-1 MPO R̶H̶ ̶8̶0̶0̶0̶V̶ ̶H̶1̶ R̶H̶L̶T̶D̶ ̶0̶2̶-̶A̶A̶ SIMON-THE EXCHANGE
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5029651002749
  • Barcode (Text): 5 029651 002749

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Messiah / Beckoning (12", Promo, White Label, 45 RPM)Renegade HardwareRH065UK2005
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Messiah / Beckoning (12", Promo, White Label, Stickered)Renegade HardwareRH65UKUnknown

Reviews

  • luapreyas's avatar
    luapreyas
    Was this on an ep, i cant work out which one. I am sure i used to own it on an EP I gave that to the late and great DOMINATOR
    • vkubrick's avatar
      vkubrick
      Edited 3 years ago
      "Messiah" It's one of the greatest drum bass of history. Dark, darkest.
      • JungleWax-UK's avatar
        JungleWax-UK
        Strange that you can pretty much buy both original 7 piece albums for the same price as this repress.
        • StopTheWarOnVinyl's avatar
          Edited 7 years ago
          Anyone who TRULY knows Drum & Bass knows Messiah by Konflict. It originally surfaced at the beginning of the millennium but remained unreleased on its own for years due to, shall we say, 'konflicts'? Messiah was a track that no true raver could ignore in a set, or anyone else for that matter. Dancefloors still go mad for it today. If you hear it, you have to get on the 'Messiah Experience' some way or another; singing along with that sublime "aww" right before the drums hit you harder than Goliath on steroids, or chanting for a rewind just so you can experience that legendary distorted bass once more.

          Nothing has ever come close to this since it first started spinning, it really was one of the last gems of the predominantly analog hardware era of Drum & Bass before digital synth, revolutionary software and samplers became more common and the old Moogs and Rolands were lost in history.

          'Messiah' really is the Messiah of Tech step.
          • ian_s's avatar
            ian_s
            According to Clayton Hines (co-owner of Renegade Hardware), Konflict made a gentleman's agreement to release this on Renegade Hardware. Soon after, Bad Company contacted Konflict and gave them the chance to release it on their label, which they wanted to do. After numerous meetings Claytons co-owner, Mark Hill, went down to Music House to meet Konflict where a fight occurred leaving one member of Konflict beaten up.
            • steely1357's avatar
              steely1357
              Messiah still is arguably the best tech step tune ever. Updated remixs by the likes of 'Spor' & 'Noisia' still cant touch its emotionally unstable samples alternations and the way it makes you chant 'AWWWWWWW' LOL. The flip 'The Beckoning' is hailed as one of the greatest inspirations by artists such as 'Noisia & Phace', it uses the trademark Konflict drums along with a progressive intro and a simple but shakingly shocking distortion. Renegade Hardware cheated themselves out of some real bangin tunes by f***ing this duo over. Konflict aka Kemal & Rob Data dont even have the rights to these tunes even though they are the ones who created them. Ahead of there time if you ask me.

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