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Performer: FUSE
Genre: Electronic
Album: Dimension Intrusion
Released: 1993
Style: Abstract, Techno, Ambient, Acid, Downtempo, Minimal
MP3 version ZIP size: 1296 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1321 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 347

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1.1 A New Day 3:57
1.2 F.U. 7:41
1.3 Slac 3:13
1.4 Dimension Intrusion 4:02
2.1 Substance Abuse 5:02
2.2 Train-Trac.1 6:40
2.3 Another Time (Revisited) 6:21
3.1 Theychx 13:25
3.2 UVA 8:05
4.1 Mantrax 7:59
4.2 Nitedrive 3:28
4.3 Into The Space 5:02
4.4 Logikal Nonsense 1:13

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Disque Americ
  • Copyright (c) – Plus 8 Records
  • Published By – Plus 8 Music Europe
  • Published By – NANADA Music
  • Produced At – UTK
  • Distributed By – IntelliNET


  • Painting [Cover Painting] – Matthew Hawtin
  • Producer, Written-By, Edited By – Richie Hawtin


Written, produced and edited at U.t.k.

All tracks copyright 1993 Plus 8 Records
except tracks 1.2 & 2.1 copyright 1991 and tracks 1.4 & 4.2 copyright 1992
All tracks published by Plus 8 Music Europe/Nanada-Socan
Distributed by Intellinet

"Logikal Nonsense" features soundbites from the CBC radio show "Brave New Waves" hosted by Brent Bambury.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DISQUE AMERIC 00PR1PLUS8024
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI8119
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TVT 7208-4 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion ‎(Cass, Album) TVT Records TVT 7208-4 US 1993
WARP LP12 LTD, warp lp12 Fuse* Dimension Intrusion ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Num, Whi) Warp Records, Warp Records WARP LP12 LTD, warp lp12 UK 1993
PLUS8024 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion ‎(2xLP, Album) Plus 8 Records PLUS8024 Canada 1993
warp cd12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion ‎(CD, Album, RP, PMD) Warp Records warp cd12 UK Unknown
warp cd12 FUSE* Dimension Intrusion ‎(CD, Album) Warp Records warp cd12 UK 1993

When a repress of this and Black Dog Productions dear friends at Warp Records?????Come on!!!

This is most probably Richie Hawtin's career defining moment, though not as nearly as venerated as his Plastikman output. First of all, it's all that versatile, and still captures the essence of a real album, meaninig it encompasses an impressive amount of territory (electronic music wise), failing to stick to any one of them, but never sounds like a random 'FUSE: the collection' amount of tracks. You get everything from deep, warm melodies, menacing hard techno, ambient, minimal and repetitive musical patterns, dry and wicked acid, subtle and hard percussion, something for the mind and the feet. I'm keen of the way in which "Dimension intrusion" isn't afraid to explore many paths, something I missed in his Plastikman projects, which very often stuck to a single mood and pulled it through an entire album. I guess it sounds like a combination of his straight forward, thumping, minimal acid stuff (think Krakpot), Speedy J's mid nineties playful and melody inclined breed of techno, with a touch of that heavy, bass driven stuff. Favorite tracks are Theyck, a long and hypnotizing tune, with a smooth flow and a really trippy, laid back feel to it. Makes me drift away with my thoughts like few other tunes can, then Substance Abuse as a close second, with a deviant 'overdose' sample, coupled with female chants during the break down. Awesome, and hella nasty! From Richie's mind into ours.

Couldn't agree more, i first heard Substance Abuse on cassette back in 1992 where it had been recorded for me by a friend. A tune that never tires and is up there as a favourite nearly 20 years on. Strangely enough i only recently got hold of a copy of Dimension Intrusion on white vinyl from a second hand shop (£25). What an album, way ahead of its time with a real diverse range of tunes. I hate to sound old but they just don't make stuff like this anymore.

This is one of my favourite albums of all time. I just listened to it again for the first time in probably 8 or 9 years and it still sounds fantastic. Very simple and straightforward early 90s techno, but brilliantly and precisely composed. Easily up there with the finest electronic music in history. 'Theychx' is my absolute all-time favourite track - of any genre. It's impossibly beautiful and never fails to completely take me to a special headspace. Can not recommend this album highly enough. Check it out!