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Force (2)The Beginning

Label:786 Approved – 786-001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label, Stamped
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Techno

Tracklist

AThe Beginning
BAftermath The Sequel
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Pressed at Damont Audio Limited.

On some copies the B side track is called "Tunnel Vision".

On some copies the artist is noted as "The Force" with a title of "In The Beginning" and a Cat# TOP3 on the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): 786001 A¹ Damont Greeting's Pauls'
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): 786001 B¹ The Exchange Damont

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The Beginning (12", 45 RPM, White Label)786 Approved786 001UK1991
The Beginning (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Stamped)786 Approved786-001UK1991
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The Beginning (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Stamped)786 Approved786001UK1991

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  • Johnmarcus's avatar
    Johnmarcus
    Edited one year ago
    I first remember hearing "The Beginning" on IBC radio Manchester & just loved it for its full on madness, just that bit tougher and different, with its full on tough dirty driving synth riffs that are just relentless, Outlander "The Vamp" intro was mixed into the end of the track worked a treat ! Flip it over and your in for something different "Aftermath The Sequel" which is what is says, with that amazing rumbling deep bassline. Happy memories & times!
    • tranzyd's avatar
      tranzyd
      Edited 5 years ago
      Agreed with previous reviewer, this tune was ruff in quality and sounded like it was recorded on an Amiga computer, but it was hard as nails on release, a little too much for some at the time. Tastes also changed and this one got forgotten. It did try to explore new areas of hardcore. The other side has a track that for me is a much darker heavier track similar to Nightmares on Wax, Aftermath (which is one of my favs)
      • PHUTURE303's avatar
        PHUTURE303
        All about the pure madness of side A for me even tho I like the B side too.
        786 and Deja Vu were a no sell out label with some quality underground hardcore which have unfortanatly been pretty much forgot about now.
        • steady-j's avatar
          steady-j
          Edited 18 years ago
          The B Side "Tunnel Vision" is actually a (quite good) cover version of Nightmares on Wax' "Aftermath", and nothing like as noisy as the atonal, dischordant synths and hectic breakbeats of the A-side

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