Author of two club hits and one of the few rave artists privileged enough to even record an LP, Acen Razvi
produced tracks with dense breakbeats and all matter of sampled, sped-up vocalists, from rude-boy chatters and divas to Jim Morrison
. Released on the hardcore label Production House, "Trip II the Moon" also sampled James Bond's You Only Live Twice and hit the British Top 40 in 1992; "Close Your Eyes" also charted. Soon after the release of 1993's 75 Minutes
album, however, Acen
had practically disappeared. He resurfaced two years later, recording for the new-school electro label Clear Records as Spacepimp
. By the late '90s, Acen
had also reappeared on F-111 with singles like "116.7" and "Cylon."