First released March 23rd 2007 on 12" by Mindbender Records/Orange Socks. Edition of 515 copies.
"After more than 3 years berlin based label Mindbender is back again joining forces with FFFs very own label Orange Socks to release a Killer vinyl! This time FFF gives us his quality hyper jungle with a heart for old school and a foggy twisted housey feel. no ragga vocals on this one! This release is a tribute to the series of Events which are being held under the name Wreck havoc in Rotterdam, by a group of people which rose out of the ashes of the now legendary Breakcore a go-go"
"This is sick neo-junglist breakcore with slippery backwards runnin breaks, bubbly basslines and plenty of raves cheers and helium voices. Everything happens at the right time on this 12" and you'll find yourself with a vicks mask over your face crouched in the bassbin before we can even say "Wheel!"
- Broklyn Beats
"Mindbender records is back after some silence now with their 10th release. this time with soundboy FFF from Rotterdam and two heavy ravish jungle core tracks. Both got some tricky breaks works and a hard edge to happy hardcore without being really a happy hardcore tune. Massive rush of breaks!"
- Sozialistischer plattenbau
"FFF goes on with his powerful mix of (happy) hardcore, violent drum'n'bass and breaks on this record on Berlin's Mindbender, delivering on one side a track that could very well fit with the hardest of Panacea's new era sounds, and, on the other side, a harder, bassier tunes that should reunite d'n'b and hardcore fans alike. A well cut, once again deadly catchy record and a potential party hymn in the making."
- Ad Noiseam
supported by 13 fans who also own “Wreck Havoc Volume 1”
Bloody hell is this one dark slab of wax!!! On one hand FX drops a nasty piece of tear-out junglism, then Worldwide Epidemic delivers a huge slab of pitch black jungle tekno. If 1993 style darkcore is your bag, then this will be a welcome addition to your collection!!! breakbeatscientist
supported by 12 fans who also own “Wreck Havoc Volume 1”
Thank You For Your Consideration has a nice variety of electronic music styles. I think that there is something in there for everyone. #3 Baked Circuses Funk has some great acid vibes with it's squelchy tones. #7 Burgershot is awesome and funny, my second favorite track.#8 Simpleton has a really cool classical guitar sample. Great work Aaron. user5454754792