Spiral Tribe, Person Unknown ‎– Black Plastik

Network23 ‎– SPIRAL 001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Untitled 6:39
A2 Untitled 4:43
B1 Untitled 4:41
B2 Untitled 7:45


  • ProducerPrangsta (tracks: A1, B2)


4 track black label no info. Released after courtcase for Castlemorton festival.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): SPIRAL 001 - A1 PEACE - FREEDOM - VICTORY
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): SPIRAL 001 - B1 PRODUCED W10 '94
  • Other (Run-out Side B): RESPECT SPIRAL TRIBE - VERDICT NOT GUILTY 18.3.94


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July 16, 2016

Very good spiral Tribe with an incredible acidcore track that damage your Brain ! Envoye it ! Rare record


November 7, 2008
edited over 9 years ago

More commonly known as the 'Verdict Not Guilty' EP. This was released just before Spiral Tribe's flight from the UK, where they were being hounded by the authorities. The title relates to the verdict of not guilty delivered by the courts where 13 members of Spiral Tribe had been charged by the courts of breaking an age old UK law of being a 'public nuisance' for partaking in the Castle Morton free festival which sprang up on Saturday/Sunday 23rd May Bank holiday 1992, Worcestershire UK. The biggest free festival ever, with 25,000 people attending, and one of the last. They were the only sound system there who had charges brought against them, the case lasted 2 years and was reported as the most costly ever for such a crime.
I bought this from Spiral Tribe when they were doing a corner of the park from the side of a truck with Bedlam at the Hackney Homeless Festival in Clissold Park, London, in 1994 while i was off my nut on acid.

As for the music here, solid Spiral tekno.