"If you're gonna go out... go out like a mothafucker." Christoph De Babalon's manic-depressive avant-junglist masterpiece reissued! Clearly recognisable as something pretty special when it first came out on Digital Hardcore in 1997, If You're Into It I'm Out Of It has only grown in stature in the 20 years since, and today its bleakly Teutonic, anti-establishment/anti-self/anti-you abstractions sound nothing short of visionary. It's now obvious that the Hamburg producer's claustrophobic, Isolationist (nigh-on suicidal) take on dnb - combining hectic Amen choppage (so hectic, at times, that you'd have to say it has as much to do with breakcore as it does with UK jungle proper) with droning industrial textures and passages of supremely paranoid, bombed-out ambience - laid the groundwork for a huge swathe of contemporary fare from Demdike Stare, Pessimist, tnc6, Raime, Kareem, Mark etc, and represent a form of cold futurism that will never truly date. This beautifully presented 2LP edition comes via CDB's own CFET label, and hot on the heels of last year's Grim Zenith 12" for Vis (which confirmed what didn't need confirming: badman.) ESSENTIAL.