This second EP was originally released by Force Inc in 1993.
(via Strictly NuSkool blog)
Don't think I ever interviewed Damm, which is a pity because he put out some blinding stuff, and so much of it.
The Biochip C stuff was great but I particularly liked his emissions under the alter-ego The Speedfreak
I think this LP on Shockwave was the first one I scooped up by him, when I was most taken with the whole idea of gabba / speedcore / terrorcore.
I mean, a double album of gabba - the guy had music pouring out of him!
He could turn his hand to any style, Martin - for instance he did experimental / IDM / abstract techno stuff for Mille Plateaux as Steel - although I don't recall being as taken by that identity as much as his more ludic romping hKore and hhhhhgabbah identities
As Biobreaks he did some wicked speedjungle tracks for Riot Beats
I wonder if he is considered, as he should be, part of the ancestry of breakcore?
His name (as Biobreaks) pops up in this review I did in 1995 of the Rough and Fast compilation (which follows on nicely from the discussion of the Two On One series in the previous post)
The Wire, 1995?
by Simon Reynolds
For that, you might look to the UK's 'happy hardcore'
Doubtless by necessity, German jungle is less polished