D.O.M. ‎– Acid War (Remixes)

Stay Up Forever Remix ‎– S.U.F.R .3
Vinyl, 12"

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A Acid War (Liberator's 303 Attack Mix)
Engineer – D.A.V.E. The DrummerRemix – Liberator*
AA1 Acid War (Wah Wah's Acid Intensifier Remix)
Remix – B. Spivey*, R. Anderson*, Wah Wah
AA2 Acid War (D.O.M.'s Original Acid War Mix)



Original recorded at Microdot Studios by DJ's Shake & Vac.

Run out grooves read:

A side "Acid War u know the score"
B side "North v. South"

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S.U.F. 5:000 m.g. D.O.M. Acid War(12") Stay Up Forever S.U.F. 5:000 m.g. UK 1994 Sell This Version
SUF CLASSICS 002 D.O.M. "Acid War" Liberator DJs Remix(CDr, Single, Promo) Stay Up Forever Classics SUF CLASSICS 002 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SUF Classics 002 D.O.M. Acid War (Liberator DJs RMX)(12", S/Sided) Stay Up Forever Classics SUF Classics 002 UK 2006 Sell This Version



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November 19, 2009

OK now, the original might come in handy every now and then, or serve for the odd occassion, but this whole release is all about the remixes, actually. For a change, yeah, the remixers really did elevate the original to whole new heights.
First off, Wah Wah's remix is a blasting, who-can-count-that-fast-to-count-the-BPM-rate acid trancecore monster, with a hardcore touch moving at incredible velocity, with jarring and steel hammer hard acid riffs. Completely wild and off the hook. Definitely something to play during the peak of the night. No pauses, no breaks and no climaxes - just torrents of wild acid dropped for around five minutes after a brief intro and the initial build up.
Then comes Chris Liberator with one of his career calling cards. To my knowledge this is the first remix he's ever done, and what a treat it is. Rolling, 4/4 percussion, with a funky as hell bassline as the sounds and acid leads slowly but steadily gain in loudness and intensity as they progress. By the time that final break comes, prior to the last stand-off, this track is already a wicked mental hospital, then for the last two minutes or so Chris goes completely mad, twists and tweaks with these insane acid melodies and plays a dozen tricks on your mind. Fun, danceable, funky and banging, and inclined to smack an ear to ear smile across your face - isn't that what techno is all about? Absolutely essential for all lovers of London's underground acid techno scene.