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Original Work 1994-2000

Welcome to my discography!

In this section you will find an up to date list of all my original tracks. The vast majority of my work has been released on our own labels, Next Generation , Blatant Beats and Stimulant Records a ndthey have been colour coded below for easy identification. Any tracks that have been released on other labels are listed in blue.

To listen to the tracks click on the PLAY symbol (the small triangle next to the track title). If you like what you hear and would like to purchase please click on the BUY button.

The discography represent many hours spent in various studios over the years and I hope the music brings you as much enjoyment as it has me.

Cheers!

2000

 

Rapido – Raytracer
Next Generation Album Sampler (NGLPS004AA)


 

Bang! – Sailaway (Trixxy remix)
Next Generation Album Sampler (NGLPS002A)

Rapido – Inside Beat (DJ Fade remix)
Next Generation Album Sampler (NGLPS002A)


 

Brisk & Fade – Mindblowin'
Blatant Beats (BB022A)

Brisk & Fade – Do It Like This
Blatant Beats (BB022AA)


 

Stealth – Love, Life & Happiness (Brisk's mix)
Blatant Beats (BB019A)


 

Cyberdrive – 2 For The Time
Stimulant Records (STIM011A)

Cyberdrive – Firewire
Stimulant Records (STIM011AA)


 

Stimulant DJs – Non Stop Energy
Stimulant Records (STIM010A)

Stimulant DJs – Floorburner
Stimulant Records (STIM010AA)


 

Dropzone – Good & Bad
Stimulant Records (STIM008A)

Dropzone – Yes Yes Y'all
Stimulant Records (STIM008AA)


 

Stimulant DJs – Hoovertime
Tidy Trax (TIDY142T)

Stimulant DJs – Hoovertime (Captain Tinrib remix)
Tidy Trax (TIDY142T)


 

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Smooth & Irresistable (A.B.H remix)
The World Of Obsession Recordings (TWO-27M2)

 


1999

 

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Freedom 2 Dance (Triple J remix)
Next Generation Records (NG020A)

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Don't Give A Damn (Justin Time remix)
Next Generation Records (NG020AA )


 

Double Dutch – Make 'Em Bounce
Blatant Beats (BB018A)

Double Dutch – Cubic '99
Blatant Beats (BB018AA)


 

Stealth – Flower Needs The Rain (Brisk's Ruffa mix)
Blatant Beats (BB015AA)


 

Rapido – Ultraviolet
Blatant Beats (BB0 12A )

Rapido – Witness Da Strength (Brisk & Trixxy mix)
Blatant Beats (BB012AA)


 

Stealth – See Me Climb (Brisk's Electro Flavour mix)
Blatant Beats (BB011AA)


 

Stimulant DJs – Outer Limits
Stimulant Records (STIM008A)

Stimulant DJs – No Other
Stimulant Records (STIM008AA)


 

Cyberdrive – Gravity
Stimulant Records (STIM005A)

Cyberdrive – One, Two
Stimulant Records (STIM005AA)


 

Dropzone – Terminate
Stimulant Records (STIM002A)

Dropzone – Aquaplane
Stimulant Records (STIM002AA)


 

Landslide – Eurosis
Stimulant Records (STIM001A)

Landslide – Rhythm & Flow
Stimulant Records (STIM001AA)


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Eyeopener (Brisk 1999 remix)
Slammin Vinyl (RAR018A)

Brisk & Trixxy – Goodbye Summertime
Slammin Vinyl (RAR018AA)


 

1998

 

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Rainfall Down
Next Generation Records (NG016A)

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Checkin' Da Cutz
Next Generation Records (NG016AA)


 

Bang! – Sailaway (Hard As Fock Mix)
Next Generation Records (NG012A)


 

Brisk – On & On (Slipmatt remix)
Next Generation Records (NG010A)


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Eurolove
Slammin Vinyl (RAR017A)

Brisk & Trixxy – Bring Down The Place
Slammin Vinyl (RAR017AA)


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Take My Love
Slammin Vinyl (RAR018A)

Brisk & Trixxy – Thunder & Rain
Slammin Vinyl (RAR018AA)


 

 

1997

 

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Freedom 2 Dance
Next Generation Records (NG007A)

Brisk & Vinylgroover – Don't Give A Damn
Next Generation Records (NG007A)


 

Rapido – Insomaniak
Next Generation Records (NG006A)

Rapido – Inside Beat
Next Generation Records (NG006AA)


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Eyeopener
Slammin Vinyl (RAR015A)

Brisk & Trixxy – I Need Somebody
Slammin Vinyl (RAR015AA)

 


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Tell Me The Way
Slammin Vinyl (RAR013A)

Brisk & Trixxy – Together
Slammin Vinyl (RAR013AA)


 

Brisk & Trixxy – Rok Da Beat
Stompin Choonz (ST020A)

Brisk & Trixxy – Everybody Down
Stompin Choonz (ST020AA)


 

Brisk & Trixxy ft. Rachel & Bon – True Desire
Just Another Label Premium (JALPR7A)

 

Brisk & Trixxy – Back To The Top
Just Another Label Premium (JALPR7AA)


 

1996

 

Quicksilver – What Is A Beat?
Next Generation Records (NG002A)

Quicksilver – Get On Up
Next Generation Records (NG002AA)


 

Brisk – On & On
Next Generation Records (NG001A)


 

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Party Pumper (Billy Bunter & D-Zyne remix)
Stormtrooper Records (ST012)

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Adrenalin Flowing (DJ Ham remix)
Stormtrooper Records (ST012)


 

Brisk – Airhead (SMD remix)
Kniteforce Records (KF041)



Brisk – Airhead (Ham S.E remix)
Kniteforce Records (KFLP002)


 

1995

 

Brisk – You & Me (remix)
Kniteforce Special Edition (RKFSE04)


 

Brisk – Airhead
Remix Records (REC009)

Brisk – Thru The Knite
Remix Records (REC009)


 

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Floor Friction (Brisk remix)
Stormtrooper Records (ST010A)

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Just Can't Stop (Hixxy remix)
Stormtrooper Records (ST010AA)


 

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Adrenalin Flowing
Stormtrooper Records (ST007)

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Party Pumper
Stormtrooper Records (ST007)


 

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – Floor Friction
Stormtrooper (ST003)

Brisk Vs Rebel Alliance – I Just Can't Stop
Stormtrooper (ST003)


1994

 

Brisk – You And Me
Remix Records (REC007 )

Brisk – Make It Ruff
Remix Records (REC007 )


 

Brisk & Intense – Get Live
Man From Uncle Records (MFU002)

Brisk & Intense – Muffdiver
Man From Uncle Records (MFU002)


 

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