Webster! Shame on you! We all know that acceleration is merely a change in velocity. A change in direction with constant speed is acceleration, as is a decrease in speed.

Record label, owned by Daniel Bell, currently defunct.. Accelerate releases were all bleepy and minimalistic, sparse techno tracks mostly by Mr. Bell himself, under moniker DBX, although three first releases (The Silicon Ghetto ep's) were by various different people (including Mr. Bell, of course) - rumors tell that at least Richie Hawtin was involved. Bell's biggest hit, "Losing Control" was released on this label, before licensed to Peacefrog in UK.

Accelerate Discography

acc 001      various    - The Silicon Ghetto Ep Vol 1(12")
             DBX - 3rd Rail
             Public Energy - P.A
             Spark - AC3

acc 002      various    - The Silicon Ghetto Ep Vol 2 (12")
             Kaos Theory - Cygnus
             Dwarf - Perucssion Electrique
             Drum-Adi-X - Phreak Trak #3

acc 003      various    - The Silicon Ghetto Ep Vol 3 (12")
             X-Ternal Pulse - Crossphaze
             Phanatik - Phreakbeat
             DBX - Blip

acc 100      DBX        - Ghetto Trax (12")
             Flying Saucer
             Back 2 Da Beat

acc 101      DBX        - Bleep (12")
             Electric Shock
             Outer Limits

acc 102      DBX        - Losing Control (12")
             Losing Control
             Beat Phreak
             Live Wire
             Spock's Brain

acc 102-X    DBX        - High Voltage (12")
             High Voltage 
             Beat Phreak
             Live Wire
             Spock's Brain

acc 104      DBX        - Phreak Trax (12")

acc 105      X Trak     - Don't Stop (12") (only 3 copies pressed)

acc-ltdx 999 Accelerate - DBX - Rare and Unreleased (2x12")
             High Voltage
             Baby Judy
             Rubber Ducky
             Losing Control (Richie Hawtin remix)

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Ac*cel"er*ate (#), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Accelerated (#); p. pr. & vb. n. Accelerating.] [L. acceleratus, p. p. of accelerare; ad + celerare to hasten; celer quick. See Celerity.]


To cause to move faster; to quicken the motion of; to add to the speed of; -- opposed to retard.


To quicken the natural or ordinary progression or process of; as, to accelerate the growth of a plant, the increase of wealth, etc.


To hasten, as the occurence of an event; as, to accelerate our departure.

Accelerated motion Mech., motion with a continually increasing velocity. -- Accelerating force, the force which causes accelerated motion.


Syn. -- To hasten; expedite; quicken; dispatch; forward; advance; further.


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