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Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes) mp3 album

Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes)

Musician: Holy Ghost Inc.
Album title: Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes)
Style: Breakbeat, Techno
Released: 1993
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1298 mb
Size APE version: 1465 mb
Size WMA version: 1189 mb
Rating ✫: 4.1
Votes: 180
Genre: Electronic

Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes) mp3 album

Holy Ghost Inc. - Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes) mp3 album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Mad Monks On Zinc (Original Mix) 6:11
A2 Mad Monks On Zinc (The Warrior Monk Mix # 1) 4:42
A3 Mad Monks On Zinc (The Warrior Monk Mix # 2) 4:51
B1 Mad Monks On Zinc (The Sabres Of Paradise Mix)
Remix – The Sabres Of Paradise
B2 Mad Monks On Zinc (Pure Zinc) 5:45

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Pressed By – P.R. Records Limited


The Category appears as HG009. on the centre label and HG.009. on the picture sleeve.

Track durations added from vinyl using Technics 1210 TT set at 0 pitch

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 023300 000964
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A): HG 009-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B ): HG 009-B1
  • Other (Additional Etchings A): PR-M THE EXCHANGE WARRIOR MONKS
  • Other (Additional Etchings B): PR-M ALWAYS CRASHING ON THE SAME PATH

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HG 009 Holy Ghost Inc. Mad Monks On Zinc (Remixes) ‎(12", Promo) Holy Ghost Inc HG 009 UK 1991

This record set the blue print for progressive house and influenced labels like Cowboy Records. It's a Leftfield classic. The original mix was a big favourite with Andy Weatherall.. hence the Sabres of Paradise Remixes. I remember him cutting it up (in a ham-fisted hip-hop style) into Treaty by Yothu Yindi and bringing the house down. This was massive in Leeds at the Back to Basics Music Factory basement.
This was a massive track around 1992 in London and Southern England mainly because of the driving and hypnotic Sabres of Paradise remix. I remember hearing this at the Soundshaft in London at either a Drum Club night or Sex Love & Motion and then tracking a copy down to Movement Records in Southampton, this record really brings back the memories of sweaty clubs and was an indication of what was to come from the days of Progressive House (it's first incarnation) - a harder more focussed sound that was less trancey and incorporated loads of influences. This record is a sought after classic.