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PCP Reference Guide

references to books, drugs, concepts and other things in the works of PCP by title, artist name or other.


PCP - 1-(1-phenylcyclohexyl)piperidine). the actual term for the drug "angel's dust". one of the most extreme drugs known to man. users regularly go completely mental when using it. causes hallucinations, voices to be heard and other insane things. linked to outburst of extreme violence. many people consider it to be the most dangerous drug.

Dance Ecstasy 2001 - ecstasy is a happiness inducing drug associated with "rave culture".

Narcotic Network Recording - narcotic networks are the drug traffiking networks by the drug syndicates.

Interzone - a concept by William Burroughs. also mentioned in the movie "Naked Lunch" about his life and works.

Adrenachrome - drug described in the movie "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas".

Future World - name of a famous 70s science fiction movie. sequel to "Westworld".

Gold Digger Records - a gold digger is a girl that dates men for money, i.e. to have the chance to marry a rich man and be well off.


Cold Rush City Cru - possible reference to the rap group "Kold Krush Kru".

Dusty Angel - another reference for angel's dust, or PCP.

H flash - the high of a heroin user. (h is a term for heroin)

Mescalinum United: a psychoactive drug. mescaline.

Freebase Factory - freebase is a drug related to crack cocaine.

Free Base International - see above

French Connection - famous drug trafficing network. also name of two well known crime movies of the 70s.

Roy Batty (alias of Michael Hoppe, part of "Turbulence" and "Smash?") = Character from movie "Blade Runner".

Leathernecks - slang for US Marine Soldiers, or generally, tough guys (with "necks of leather", so to say)

Records and Tracks:

Killing Zoo - reference to the 1993 movie "Killing Zoe". samples from the movie are also used in 3 of the 4 tracks on this record.

Lightbringer - term used for "Lucifer". also used for Venus, the morning star, which "brings light" in the morning, which also has been called "Lucifer" in past times.

Subtopia - name for the underworld.

Louder than a bomb - reference to the public enemy EP of the same name.

Last Exit Interzone - possible reference to novel "Last Exit Brooklyn" by Hubert Selby Jr.. see also interzone.

The Art Of Shredding - reference to "The Art Of Stalking" by Suburban Knight.

The Eagle Has Landed - general term for signifying relevant events. has been used during the transmission of the first moon landing.

Yamantaka - ancient buddhist practice. also called "the terminator of death".

The Last Judgement - biblical term for the "judgement day". armageddon.

Skulls And Crossbones - traditional symbol used by the pirates

Leathernecks - "At War" ("Low Spirit, suck my cock"): Reference to German techno label "Low Spirit". [Also see: http://www.discogs.com/groups/topic/363778]

The Mover - Frontal Sickness 2 (1992) - track "Body Snatchers" = Reference to the horror movie(s) "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" (1956, 1978) or "Body Snatchers" (1993).

Leathernecks - "Speedfuck" ("Speedfreak, you're so fuckin' slow"): Reference to German hardcore techno act "The Speed Freak" (Martin Damm).

"Friends of Alex": Possibly a reference to Alex Christiansen from U96; also contains a musical reference to Ramon Zenker from Interactive. [See: http://www.discogs.com/groups/topic/365652]

Digital Dictators - "Where the Rhythm Counts (Das Werk der Kraft)" (from FFM Trax Vol. 1, 1990) = Both linguistic and musical reference to German music group "Kraftwerk" (samples from "Musique Non Stop" and "Nummern").

Trip Commando - House Music's Not Dead (JVA Mix) (from FFM Trax Vol. 2, 1991) - "JVA" = abbreviation for "Justizvollzugsanstalt", the German word for "prison".

Konstablerwache = public square and metro station in Frankfurt am Main; famous for drug dealing activites.

Ace the Space - "9 is a Classic" & "9 mm Remixes" = Common gun calibre (9×19mm Parabellum).


2001 - one of the two dates that PCP continually references. the meaning of it is unknown.

2017 - the other date, that is even more referenced. again, the meaning is unknown.

FFM = abbreviation for Frankfurt am Main.

thanks to user inspector.godot for added information.

if you have more info, found an error or a correction, or generally have additional information, feel free to contact me: low.entropy.80@gmail.com
the reference guide is expected to grow a lot over time.

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