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His tracks made their way to early 1990s pirate radio stations in London, and then out on vinyl through small labels like BAAD and Vinyl Solution. He released Void Dweller, with its dark and hard driving beats, on Columbia Records in September 1992; it used samples from David Lynch's Dune, the Outer Limits, and themes from the horror movie Basket Case.
His sound was a link between the early Detroit techno and contemporary dance music. In the early 1990s this release was shared between disc jockeys and musicians and was very influential. Eon was known for the acid techno song called "Spice" which was released in November 1990. Later in his career he worked with Baby Ford and Bizarre Inc., and released singles on Trelik Records and Electron Industries.
- Spice, Vinyl Solution LC7871 (10" 45rpm, 1990)