Dr. Atomic ‎– Schudelfloss

Guerilla ‎– GRRR42
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Schudelfloss (High On Hedonism Mix)
Producer – Spooky
AA1 Schudelfloss (Dentalfloss Dub Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Spooky
AA2 Schudelfloss (Original Full-On Goof Bump Mix)
Producer, Remix [Mixed By] – Justin Parfitt, Steve Perret



Recorded and mixed at Boundary Row Studios, London

Vocal samples "I can feel it", and "My mind is going", taken from the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, voice of HAL9000.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 020497 000425
  • Barcode: 5020497000425

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GRRR42 Dr. Atomic Schudelfloss(3xFile, MP3) Guerilla GRRR42 UK Unknown
GRRR42 Dr. Atomic Schudelfloss(12", Promo) Guerilla GRRR42 UK 1993 Sell This Version


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July 23, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

HIGH ON HEDONISM ! Is the best mix on this EP.

One of the best progressive house tracks of the 90's


April 1, 2015
Knowing some of the Atomic heads and attending the Power Station parties after the Reform, every listen to this record brings back great memories. These folk - who were much more aligned to Harvey, Choci and Tev of Tonka than to the prog. house scene - managed to burn incredibly brightly in a Brighton scene lucky to have them. How Guerilla, a pedestrian label with so many forgettable releases, ended up with them is now history but this release will outlast them.


April 20, 2014
If someone ever asks you to explain what the fuss was about with early progressive house, you cant go wrong with playing them this record. Typical early Guerilla sound, dubby, a slightly slower BPM than other tunes, but such a lush groove and audio soundscape made you forget that instantly. The Spooky remix keeps most of the original parts, but I'm always drawn to the stripped back 'Dentalfloss Dub' for my pick of the 3.


March 1, 2008

I found Schudelfloss as a white label promo while digging around for records in a shop in late spring/early summer in 1993. What a lucky find. This song's emotional breakdown still sends chills up my spine 15 years after its release.

When progressive house spun out from the UK in 1991/1992 and reached its peak in 1993, this track was a gem on the style's crown. And utterly amazing in the large parties that were thrown that summer and fall.


February 23, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

A great release from a great label, this for me is the pinnacle of uk progressive house circa 1992. A Spacey and atmospheric intro which builds and builds to a really uplifting break down, various samples thrown in for good measure creating a must have for early 90's uk house fans. Caned at the time by Sasha & the highlight of Digweeds 2nd Renaissance mix CD.