Thanks for the help everyone, glad I've got a hold of the good one, about the last one I needed. I've managed to collect about everything by now, including soit-pp, the dice man, q-chastic, all universal indicators, polygon window and so on. PM me if you are interested in these files.
Oh, and by the way... user "ericdjames" from discogs posts under the same moniker on the xltronic board where he tried to share this bullcrap-leaked-rip. Thankfully, a lot of reasonable users identified the real track artists/names very quickly. If you know how to use a search function - go, use it. [www.xltronic.com]. Think for yourself... question.... ;)
If you really believe Bleach00's info is fact, I'm very sorry for you. Please people, don't fall for OBVIOUS fakes. The discogs draft is full of shit and, yet again, lacking bulletproof evidence. As for the "ripped tracks"... naaa, forget about it...
How do I know? I know the person who did it (although I don't condone these actions, hehe), who - like me - never would have believed that this thing is floating around still today. I mean, come on: Look at the different production quality, the different sound, the different style - everything's different, and how anyone seriously could think of this being the real deal is a mystery to me.
But what about the other tracks? Anyone who heard it surely has noticed that these Drum'n'Bass tracks sound way ahead of its time - and that's just because they are! They have been ripped from the Compilation "Food For Thoughts" (Shoebox, 1997), in particular: "A1" = John B 'Translucogene' / "B1" = Riddler 'Thoughts' / "C2" = SDR 'The Chimes'.
The fake bootleg was compiled just for fun, first time released into the Audiogalaxy network (around 2001/2, when it was still a filesharing platform) just to see how many people would fall for the (obvious!) fake. Many people did (and still do), the fake even made it into wikipedia until a wise editor deleted the bogus information.
This was just posted @discogs:
Hey, all you current 53 members who claim to have a copy of this release: Why not grab a digicam, make some neat pics and finally produce EVIDENCE that this record exists after all? :)
As for the most popular mp3 "bootleg", that has been floating around the net for almost six years: it's bogus (of course!), but let me elaborate a bit on that matter.
There are four untitled mp3s with the following playtimes: "A1" - 8:07 / "B1" - 9:06 / "C1" - 4:03 / "C2" 10:11. Track "C1" has been directly ripped from the "The Philosophy Of Sound And Machine" CD (Applied Rhythmic Technology, 1992). It's the only track released under the moniker Q-Chastic and it has been confirmed several times, that this track is NOT included on the mysterious Q-Chastic EP.
cat 002 was relased on some compilation; the other 3 tracks form the EP you can find on soulseek, however wikipedia states that they're fake; I dont know if there fake or not, but the stuff I've got tagged as q-chastic is simply AMAZING!! especially untitled#1