Further Ambivalent Tendancies
Out in March 2006. This compilation features tracks by Scorb, Deviant Species, NRS, RAM and Squid Inc (Scorb vs Deviant Species) among others. A strong release showing all Ambivalent Rec artists in top form.




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In The Hands Of The Randomiser/Deviant Species
In this 3rd album installment by Deviant Species the band is now only made up of Santos De Castro with collaborations with ex-DS Paul Wright (now N.R.S.) and Ady Connor from Scorb.



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Scorb/Scorb
A real psychedelic monster Scorb is back once again with this first album.A real psychedelic monster Scorb is back once again with this first album.

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Contra Polar Activity/V.A.
From the remote recesses of Warlock Studio at the heart of the global underground, London's renowned Ambivalent Records label, comes the widely anticipated third compilation Contra Polar Activity featuring 9 killer dance floor anthems that guarantee to reach places other compilations fail to go.


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Significant Elf Proclivity/V.A.
This latest compilation features leading artists Deviant Species, Shift, Scorb, Neural Rectifier Syndrome (NRS) and some great newcomers too. It excels on the dance floor with it's thick bass lines and hard rhythms that kick like thunder from down under while being memorable for all you living room groovers to boot.


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Creeping Ambivalent Tendencies/V.A.
Our compilation debut features leading artists Deviant Species, Charasmatix, Dark Soho and Shakta, as well as some great newcomers. It excels on the dance floor with it's thick bass lines and hard hypnotic rhythms that kick like tropical thunder whilst being more than memorable for all you living room groovers aswell.


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The Quest For Balojax/Deviant Species
Deviant Species second album, acclaimed as definitive and ground breaking by psy-pundits the world over.


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Hatch / Zerotonin
Released at the Turn of the millennium, Hatch is Deviant Species 1st album, a seminal & unique work that shows the progression of the band members from industrial into psy trance. the cover was partly inspired by aleister Crowley's Queen of Disks from his tarot but it's the music what people remembers as a timeless gem.


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