RevelationChapter 2

Label:Atmosphere Records – AT-7
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Style:Breakbeat, Deep House, Techno


A2Arrival (Dub Version)
B2Masochist Trip

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Northcott (BMI)
℗ Northcott Prod. Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): AT-7 A F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): AT-7 B F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AT-7 AS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AT-7 BS
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Revelation 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Atmosphere RecordsAT-07US1990
Odyssey Chapter II (12")BuzzBZZXL 106023Belgium1991
New Submission
Chapter 2 EP (4×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)Missile VintageMISSILE VINTAGE 015UK2021
New Submission
Chapter 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Atmosphere Records, Zero Hour Music, Missile VintageAT-7, MVV-003UK2023



  • 8892sales's avatar
    I disagree with those who have written off this release. Yes, the first release is a behemoth of a classic and it is my personal favourite of the two without question, but this also has its place. For me, it's all about Resurgan and Masochist Trip. Masochist Trip in particular nudges ahead of the two. It's like a lighter, floatier, ethereal version of Synth-It and the trippy sounding end of labels Nu Groove Records and Fourth Floor Records during that short era. This wasn't played as much at the clubs at the time, mainly a pirate radio tune in the UK. But when it was occasionally played loud at an underground venue, it sounded deep, mind expanding and rough as they come.
    • miramar.sound's avatar
      Edited one year ago
      The intro to Odyssey is a sample from Cheech and Chong's Sister Mary Elephant character. Used to listen to this on tape.
      • Club45's avatar
        a repress please! This should be an essential item in your collection

        • Rise_'s avatar
          Arrival dub is awesome and Resurgan sounds like Aphex before Aphex lol
          • skullhead72's avatar
            Agree that Masochist Trip and Arrival always sounded mad as f back when this EP appeared. But to me Odessy has started to sound more amazing as the years go by -- I really value this particular bit of plastic.
            • Steveo33837's avatar
              A tune I had been after for years (25!) before a kind soul on Discogs ID'd this for me. This is all about Masochist Trip for me - the title is a little misleading as it's a decent little roller with a catchy bleep sound and a nice beat. Battered by the London pirate stations in 1990. Brought to my attention by DJ Swan E from Luton's Pressure FM. Not that well known so you can place this in an old skool set for something decent rather than Strings Of Life or Playing With Knives! One for those in the know...
              • pinkychukkles's avatar
                Think this is one of the thinnest pressings I have; when I first got it I could never resist using it as a wobble board for a few whuup whuup sound effects before placing it on the turntable. I'm unsure whether the lack of thickness for this record is on account of those at Atmosphere Records being particularly tight-fisted when they got this pressed or whether the pressing plant was running low on the vinyl pellets that day...

                For now, Resurgan is the main track on this ever since I first heard it back in the day on the radio; once I've dug this out and re-listened to it, I'll review the tracks properly but for now, this is mainly a musing about how thin this pressing is!


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