Dillinja ‎– Twist 'Em Out / Kids Stuff

Renegade Hardware ‎– RH040
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Twist 'Em Out
B Kids Stuff

Companies, etc.


  • Lacquer Cut ByNeil*
  • Written-By, ProducerDillinja

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5029651001636
  • Matrix / Runout (side A, hand etched): RH40B̶A1 MA.
  • Matrix / Runout (side A, hand etched): NEIL MASTERPIECE RH40B-1 MA.


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January 9, 2017

Fantastic A-Side, while "Kid´s Stuff" is one of the weaker tunes from Dillinja.


May 9, 2015
Think I was the only one out of my lot who didn't like this. Can't deny it always goes off when dropped though, just can't figure out why!


December 29, 2014
A lot of you moan about this tune but when it came out you rave to it you even bought it you hypocrites. 12 years on and It still mash up a rave today also its better then most of the jump up what is out now what dnb tune sells 15,000 now a days? nuff said.


October 4, 2013
Sold around 15,000 copies.


March 21, 2012

A poor, poor record. What was Dillinja thinking putting this out?


February 6, 2011
So cheesy, but like the last reviewer said, this does remind me of hurtling on the roads travelling to a rave when I was about 19. It's an awful song, but I don't think I'd want to part with my vinyl copy. Still funny to put on post pub, but yes generally terrible and it's slightly heartbreaking to think of all the classic jungle tunes Dillinja did in the 90s compared to this piffle.


October 13, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
Arguably one of the tunes that totally changed popular D&B alongside Zinc's 'Ska' and 'Bodyrock' by Andy C and Shimon.
Also a very odd tune for Renegade Hardware to release, as this was probably their best and most consistent period for that dark style 2000/2002.

It was hugely popular, very short and simple descending piano loop for the intro, then big corny synths hit teeing up for Dillinja style drums and a big bassline.
I liked it for a short period, but I was 19 at the time and the music and I have changed somewhat since.

But I think its safe to say it set the tone for the preceding onslaught of 'toytown' D&B that followed. Clowny riffs and synths which probably might have appealed to certain former 2step garage fans who had seen their genre rise and fall so quickly.

Its fair to say this tune and others like it, helped eventually turn 90% of D&B into something I despise.

MC Skibadee had a hand chatting nonsense all over a terrible radio-friendly edit, less said about that the better.