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Where is he now? We want him back!

Going by his music alone, Acen should at least be as famous as The Prodigy yet, for reasons that continue to elude me, this did not turn out to be the case. It's a great shame as these demo tracks are a superb example of where rave/techno meets drum & bass - the humour of the former, without the pretentiousness of the latter. Some of them are tracks I've obtained before, but mixed differently (some with additional rap vocals), others contain elements I've heard in some of his (also excellent) Baby D remixes.

I recommend this particularly to anyone mourning the premature death of this genre, or at the very least to give that boot-mounted subwoofer a workout!


Genre: Dance

Author of two club hits and one of the few rave artists privileged enough to even record an LP, Acen Razvi produced tracks with dense breakbeats and all matter of sampled, sped-up vocalists, from rude-boy chatters and divas to Jim Morrison. Released on the hardcore label Production House, "Trip II the Moon" also sampled James Bond's You Only Live Twice and hit the British Top 40 in 1992; "Close Your Eyes" also charted. Soon after the release of 1993's 75 Minutes album, however, Acen had practically...
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