Label:02 Records – 02 002
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Breakbeat, House, Bleep


Y1Get Your Thing Together6:12
Y2Bobby Lynett5:41

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Track X samples:
Vocal from First Choice - Let No Man Put Asunder

Track Y1 samples:
Vocal from Jamaica Girls - On The Move
Gated acid loop from S-Express - Theme From S-Express

Track Y2 samples:
Female cut up vocal snippets from Rose Royce - Car Wash
Loop from Rose Royce - Is It Love You're After

Track durations do not appear on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021280 200268
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021280200268
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side X): 02-002-X1 * MAX. SCIENCE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side Y): 02-002-Y1 * BASS FROM THE FACE!!! MAX. THE EXCHANGE.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Hypnosis (Remixes) (12", 45 RPM)02 Records02006UK1992
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Hypnosis (12", 45 RPM)BuzzBZZXL 106085Belgium1992
Hypnosis (SL2 Remix) (CD, Single)02 Records02006 CDSUK1992
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Hypnosis (Remixes) (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Stamped)02 Records02 006UK1992
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Hypnosis (Remixes) (12", 45 RPM, White Label)02 Records02 006UK1992



  • chrisnova777's avatar
    wow i never knew gavin mills was partly responsible for this! its crazy when u find out how many of the usual suspects were into techno/rave before their more known house music personas, another example off the top of my head is ian pooley who was responsible for some of my fave hardcore breakbeat tracks back in the day, once an original always an original!
    • Dextronix's avatar
      This really is a great track. The way the elements are subtle and drop in and out lift it a little higher than most breakbeat tunes of that era.

      The key changes are great and the production is sound. Funny but I never noticed how it’s pretty much the Dextrous riff.

      I’d always play this tune. Glad I have it
      • norestforthedead's avatar
        Edited 3 years ago
        Hypnosis - a stone cold classic Dove roller from back in the day - Eclipse 1990/1991
        • indexia's avatar
          Massive tune back in winter 90 after Neon had been rocking dancefloors all thru the summer of 90 with that same techno sound. Big Sasha tune on many of his Shelleys/Eclipse sets from around that time. Note the riff is a take on Nightmares on Wax - Dextrous

          • LGowland's avatar
            Only just noticed Nick Nicely credited on this classic. I actually only heard of Nick in the last few years through his early 80s debut single 'Hilly Fields', which, rumour has it, features Kate Bush.
            I first heard this track as a 13 year old in the 90s. I love how music can connect the dots!
            • Johnmarcus's avatar
              Edited 11 years ago
              One of my all-time favourite tracks, with its simplistic almost relaxed breakbeat intro followed by that bass-line so unmistakeable, simple and effective with its subtle changes that got everyone dancing as soon as they heard it, Hypnosis builds with further organ riffs that drop in out throughout the track layering on top of each other. A really great tune with a happy vibe that brings back lots of great memories ! One for those hot summer nights, a must have for anyone’s collection !
              • djperkins's avatar
                top of the pile...propper old skool roller.
                • clarkee's avatar
                  Edited 18 years ago
                  Hypnosis is such a simple track, with just a few key changes and only a few elements. However it is skillfully arranged and thats the key. Soothing at times, haunting at others. The perfect 4am track. Beautiful!


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