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Wax Doctor / DJ Pulse - Q Certain Thoughts / Freedom Time Mp3 album

Wax Doctor / DJ Pulse - Q Certain Thoughts / Freedom Time Mp3 album

Wax Doctor / DJ Pulse
Q Certain Thoughts / Freedom Time
30 Sep 2013
Creative Wax
Drum n Bass
MP3 archive size:
1731 mb
FLAC archive size:
1006 mb


1Wax DoctorQ Certain Thoughts
Engineer – Alex Reece
2DJ PulseFreedom Time
Cello – Ivan HusseyFlute – Helenor WebbProducer – Adrian Shortman, Ashley Brown Written By – Adrian Shortman, Ashley Brown


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CWUN001Wax Doctor / DJ Pulse Wax Doctor / DJ Pulse - Q Certain Thoughts / Freedom Time ‎(2xFile, WAV)Creative WaxCWUN001UK2013


The first in the Creative Wax Unreleased Series.

Side A - Wax Doctor track originally recorded circa 1997 for R+S (Sony) LP that remains unreleased. The first track on DJ Pulse’s ‘One in the Jungle mix for BBC Radio 1. A track that has finally been found and released. Engineered by Alex Reece at The Acid Lab.

Side B - Originally recorded for Pulse's Warner Music LP circa 1998 that also remains unreleased.


  • The story behind Q Certain Thoughts is an interesting one as it was first played by Alex Reece on BBC Radio One’s ‘One In The Jungle’ in March 1997 as part of the 'Listen without prejudice week' and more famously by DJ Pulse when he began his set with it a few months later. It was then never heard of again as according to a reliable source all Wax Doctor’s tracks were owned by the label Sirkus and somewhere between this, an album deal with R&S and Sirkus going bust, this track along with the others for the album were lost - seemingly forever. Alex Reece who engineered for Wax Doctor thankfully stumbled across these old tracks from some DATS he had found at his house in 2012 and managed to retrieve them. I know myself and a few others have spent years and a lot of money crate digging looking for this elusive tune, so it is magical to finally see it released. The only shame is that it is not on vinyl although speaking to DJ Pulse recently he mooted the possibility for a limited vinyl run if demand is sufficient.Q Certain Thoughts is rich in melancholic chords creating a sense of times past and of fond reminiscence. This is juxtaposed with some mechanical off-kilter beats until it reaches the luscious breakdown where playful female laughter haunts the memory of times past. This is for me one of Wax Doctor's finest moments and was like nothing else at the time. It is utterly timeless and does not sound in the least dated. There are more tracks off this unreleased album that may be emerging at some point in the future; they are no less brilliant and worth every moment of the sixteen year wait.

  • Sorry for the, approaching four year, delay in replying, I have only just seen your question now. As far as I am aware, the DJ Pulse remix of destiny was exclusive to this compilation and only available on vinyl on the 4xLP version.Various - In Order To Dance 6 - Session One Drum-N-Bass

  • Would you know of a DJ Pulse remix of (his own track) "Destiny" released on vinyl? I've heard it on mixes over the radio, but can only find it on what looks like a CD compilation- "In Order to Dance #6" ( I really want this on vinyl.