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|2.||"Lord Of The Null Lines" (5:23)|
|1.||"Imajika" (Smiley Rock remix) (4:20)|
One of several remastered releases from Kniteforce, rave legends Hyper On Experience are in the midst of a major reissue spree right now and dancefloors are all the better for it. Originally released 1994 on Moving Shadow, "Deaf In The Family" was the final chapter of the duo's family-flavoured series and it sprawled right across the rave spectrum. "Timestretch" was all about the tension and sense of panic while "Lord Of The Null Lines" is straight up early D&B. Elsewhere, the Smiley Rock remix of "Imajika" goes in hard on the breaks before stripping back to a breakdown from heaven while "Thundergrip" closes the EP with some serious mania that teeters on the happy side of hardcore while remaining hard as nails.
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