A 6 track techno ep (17m 31s) — released June 12th 2000 on Breakin Records

Label boss Ed DMX (DMX Krew / Computor Rockers) is back after a long break in the US with a much more new-school fast electro-bass style, like a UK version of the Detroit Bass sound of artists such as DJ Godfather, DJ Assault etc., as featured recently in Sleaze Nation, The Face and others. Total dancefloor music, nothing retro this time around... Previous releases on Rephlex (Aphex Twin's label) Gigolo (DJ Hell's label) Pharma, Sony Japan, etc. Collaborations with Chicks On Speed (Go Records), remixes / remixed by Aphex Twin, Cylob, Gentle People, Beanfield (Compost Records), Denki Groove (BIG popstars in Japan), Biochip C (Force Inc) etc.'

Ed DMX's take on the Detroit ghetto style. Very, very raw - probably because all the music was created using nothing more than an Akai sampler - and thankfully lacking in juvenile 'ass 'n' titties' lyrics, you'll bounce to these. - Tom Magic Feet XLR8R

EDMX proves that you don't need a state of the art studio to make down-right ball breakin' electro music. - Mark EG Wax

Stripped down sample n bass booty-shakin electro - plenty to be getting down with. - NME

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