Digital MystikzHaunted / Anti War Dub

Label:DMZ – dmz007
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Producer [Uncredited]Coki
AAAnti War Dub
FeaturingSpen G
Producer [Uncredited]Mala (4)

Companies, etc.



Track durations not mentioned on release.
Mastered at Transition
Copyright 2006

During an interview at the Red Bull Music Academy in 2008 Mala stated that probably 2,000 copies were pressed and there was no reissue.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): DMZ 007 A TRANSITION
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA, etched): DMZ 007 AA TRANSITION

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Haunted / Anti War Dub (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)DMZdmz007UK2006
New Submission
Haunted / Anti War Dub (12", 45 RPM, White Label)DMZDMZ 007UK2006
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dmZ007 (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Unofficial Release, White Label)Not On Label (Digital Mystikz), Not On Label (Digital Mystikz)M2D 007, MZD 007UK2013
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dmZ007 (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Test Pressing, Unofficial Release, White Label)Not On Label (Digital Mystikz)MZD007UK2013


  • woof_woof's avatar
    scalpers and speculators, watch out

    "2021 will also mark a project that fans will be delighted to learn of. All of his tracks from DMZ and labels like Soul Jazz Records — around 40 of them all in — have been remastered, and he plans to release them digitally for the first time, so that listeners can finally have high- quality files of their favourites. In a bid to satisfy vinyl enthusiasts and DJs while preserving the sentimental value of those original pressings, and hopefully take the edge off the inflated prices that his old records run for on Discogs, he’s also considering pressing the remasters."

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    • sidbis's avatar
      from a mala interview - "I think it was in 2005. I remember him coming, sitting at my car at the end of the road. He was like, “Yeah, I done this tune. It ain’t finished yet, but have a quick listen to it. It will be finished next week.” And DMZ was next week. He played me this tune here. I just started cracking up laughing, because instantly I heard what it was going to do to people’s minds, just because of what it done to my mind."
      • BanditZero's avatar
        No repress for Anti War Dub - Mala confirmed this way back in a Red bull Music Academy interview.
        My heart sank.
        • NastyMcQuaid's avatar
          Just to clear shit up - this was repressed, I sold copies in my record shop (Rubbish & Nasty, based in New Cross, London round '07). It may not have been crazily available, but it def got a second (and maybe even third) press. They were also selling the represses in Soul Jazz. The prices being charged are crazy, and really not a good investment. Buy a grime white label from '01 - '02 for £3 if you're the kinda guy who likes to speculate on music... #JusSayin
          • zaneofcawdor's avatar
            Edited 9 years ago
            This is a good one, Anti War Dub is a beautiful track. I remember playing this out my window in the summer the year it came out; it fits that vibe perfectly. Then you have Haunted which was (and remains) a ridiculously heavy tune. Shame its a collectors item now as I'd be a less inclined to play it outside.
            • skull_fracture's avatar
              Sadly it won't be repressed. Mala's logic...
              • Jason_Goz's avatar
                Mastered by [email protected] Mastering
                • support_vector's avatar
                  Absolute Gem! I don't think any release epitomises both ends of the spectrum that Mala and Coki have so easily built and represented in the scene. Anti War Dub with its timeless, colossal, dust-buster of a baseline with those o so powerful words echoing over the top never fails to get the lighters out. Haunted never fails to get your screwface out. HEAVVY TUNE. There is due reason for any young vinyl connoisseur to be a little in awe of this record, and even more so to see it in someones collection. This is definitely one for the wall, you don't want to scratch this.
                  • Lewis_Clarke's avatar

                    Big Tune,

                    This was one of the first ever dubstep songs i heard on a mock video of dubstep that someone uploaded to youtube, ever since i have been addicted to this song and its dark twisted mood it brings every time i listen to it. i always find my head nodding backwards and forwards to the sound of the dark bass line which hits on every beat of the bar and doubles up at the end which leaves you quite dizzy if you are trying to skank to this one hah, on the flipside to this is anti war dub whihch is not really my cup of tea but it has got a very distinctive beat and one of the weirdest; but most natural sounding drum pattern and shuffle i have heard in dubstep, and the realistic snare sample helps to enhance this also. the vocal sample aswell is good and helps to give it that "roots" feel that it sounds like its trying to achieve. whenever i look at the price of this vinyl i almost cry as its so so much as there really wasnt that many pressed as mala likes to keep things rare i read once, i have seen a few go for sale on here and they ranged between £40 - £90... gutted i will never own this, whoever has got this go and play it for me haha




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