|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Borderin' Insanity||5||Audio||1993||Insane Recordings|
|2||Man Bites Dog / The Effect Of Fear||2||Audio||1997||Insane Recordings|
|3||A Physical Exorcise / The Catalyst||2||Audio||2012||Insane Recordings|
|4||Borderin' Insanity||5||Audio||1993||Insane Recordings|
Kinetic Effect first hit the scene as part of the rap outfit 2 The Top, in 1991 he teamed up with Insane Macbeth and recorded 'Borderin' Insanity', which was the last recording at Cold Storage Studio (where MC Mell 'O', and London Posse recorded material). Tim Westwood played 'Borderin' while it was on a tape, when he was at Capital Radio.
In 1995 they recorded 'Man Bites Dog'/ 'The Effect Of Fear', moving away from the battle mentality, Kinetic Effect & Insane Macbeth wanted to explore more abstract concepts, with beats that were more like soundscapes! These two tracks act as a precurser to the trip-hop & break-beat movement.
In 1997, Kinetic Effect & Insane Macbeth recorded a mini-album called 'The Mortis Experiments', but this was unreleased.