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Konflict - Messiah / Beckoning FLAC album

Performer: Konflict
Genre: Electronic
Title: Messiah / Beckoning
Country: UK
Released: 2005
Style: Drum n Bass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1150 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1964 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1336 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 915
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Altri album di Konflict. Delivering Under the Influence. Guerilla Warfare Sampler 2.

Konflict ‎– Messiah, Beckoning. Label: Renegade Hardware ‎– RH65. Messiah still is arguably the best tech step tune ever. Renegade Hardware cheated themselves out of some real bangin tunes by f ing this duo over.

KONFLICT скачать в mp3 на телефон или слушайте песню Konflict - Messiah, Konflict - Messiah, Risto - Konflict, Konflict - Messiah, Shell Allen - Konflict и другие популярные треки и рингтоны. Konflict –Messiah (Guv Remix) ww. abstep. QTOPHENOMENA) –The Swag Machine. Konflict –The Beckoning (Stealth Remix).

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A Messiah 7:46
B Beckoning 7:55


  • Mastered By – Simon Davey


Pressed at MPO, Averton.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 029651 002749

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RH065 Konflict Messiah / Beckoning ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Renegade Hardware RH065 UK 2005
RH65 Konflict Messiah / Beckoning ‎(12", RP, Sti) Renegade Hardware RH65 UK Unknown

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Strange that you can pretty much buy both original 7 piece albums for the same price as this repress.

absolutely ridiculous the prices have become on this site... so sad cause I used to order two to three times a week on the regular smh

Anyone who TRULY knows Drum & Bass knows Messiah by Konflict. It originally surfaced at the beginning of the millennium but remained unreleased on its own for years due to, shall we say, 'konflicts'? Messiah was a track that no true raver could ignore in a set, or anyone else for that matter. Dancefloors still go mad for it today. If you hear it, you have to get on the 'Messiah Experience' some way or another; singing along with that sublime "aww" right before the drums hit you harder than Goliath on steroids, or chanting for a rewind just so you can experience that legendary distorted bass once more.Nothing has ever come close to this since it first started spinning, it really was one of the last gems of the predominantly analog hardware era of Drum & Bass before digital synth, revolutionary software and samplers became more common and the old Moogs and Rolands were lost in history. 'Messiah' really is the Messiah of Tech step.

your comments about analog are misinformed. The 90's was the era of digital experimentation, the genre as a whole was always forward thinking.

It was 1st released in 2000 on Aftermath, was relatively short on dub. Lots of tracks came out on compilations around that time. I think the issue came after.

According to Clayton Hines (co-owner of Renegade Hardware), Konflict made a gentleman's agreement to release this on Renegade Hardware. Soon after, Bad Company contacted Konflict and gave them the chance to release it on their label, which they wanted to do. After numerous meetings Claytons co-owner, Mark Hill, went down to Music House to meet Konflict where a fight occurred leaving one member of Konflict beaten up.

https://soundcloud.com/rinsefm/uncledugs300115Here is the interview in which Clayton and Ink make there side of the story.

funny what people do when money's involved, cause that's all it was about...wasn't it!!

Interesting story hehe.I knew only the RH's version about Bad Company's offer.Another small digression. I just have read an interview with Skynet and Rob Data, they played in Czech Rep alongside Counterstrike on some oldschool orientated gig.I will quote it here:"Can you name 3 of your favorite tunes that you have ever made. Why these?ROB DATA:I think Star Trails and Gene Sequence seem to have stood the test of time. They don't sound too dated.There was one other tune that Kemal and myself made. It's a crazy techno DnB thing and I remember thinking this is amazing, it's the future! I think we were just at the arrangement stage and the EMU Sampler and the PC crashed. We managed to recover some of the samples but couldn't get it to sound the same. So we used some of the samples for another tune, Messiah":)

''be prepared to deal with things on a street level'' I really don't like the shady subtext to that, and i just don't understand...they pulled out at the last minute which is annoying, but did someone really need to pull a fucking gun?? Craziness

Bloody hell, all over a few tunes....Even if they are arguably the two best tunes to ever come out of hardware :LHad a look around for that uncle dugs episode thats supposed to shed some light on the situation but couldn't find it, just forum's about konflict in general and why they split

There were rumours about a gun being pulled too, but they are just rumours (or at least no-one is admitting to shit)

Holy shit! I'd heard konflict and clayton had history but nothing this bad...

Messiah still is arguably the best tech step tune ever. Updated remixs by the likes of 'Spor' & 'Noisia' still cant touch its emotionally unstable samples alternations and the way it makes you chant 'AWWWWWWW' LOL. The flip 'The Beckoning' is hailed as one of the greatest inspirations by artists such as 'Noisia & Phace', it uses the trademark Konflict drums along with a progressive intro and a simple but shakingly shocking distortion. Renegade Hardware cheated themselves out of some real bangin tunes by f***ing this duo over. Konflict aka Kemal & Rob Data dont even have the rights to these tunes even though they are the ones who created them. Ahead of there time if you ask me.

Here's an older DOA topic regarding Clayton and Messiah (well, not only Messiah), page twohttp://www.dogsonacid.com/showthread.php?t=210834You can find spicier rumours all over the internet. Whether Clayton/RH f'd them over or not, it's pretty much easy to understand all the shady things around Messiah. The tune is too good...although it's sad that this incident actually happened, people claim this as the no.1 reason for Kemal to leave the scene (I don't really agree with that - Messiah is a tune from 2000, but Kemal has done tunes around 2004-2005 as well - this is a rather large gap).

shit hardware f'd them over?? Didn't know that, still i completely agree...Remember hearing this when i barely knew what drum & bass was, ah i was only a little kid but this completely blew me away, and of course it still more than stands up today...

1 suggestion - find the Uncle Dugs Rinse FM show from Fri 7th September 2012 and you get to hear from the bossman Clayton himself about the dramas that surrounded this very same tune.

yea man steely!! this is one serious piece of vinyl - messiah is a massive tune but don't let that take anything away from the flip. messiah to fill the floor - beckoning to smash it.