The Brothers Grimm ‎– Field Of Dreams / Exodus (The Lion Awakes)

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Production House ‎– PNT 036
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Field Of Dreams 6:06
AA Exodus (The Lion Awakes) 6:19

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Published by FJR Music Ltd.

Side A samples:
Violin & cello from Madonna - Papa Don't Preach
Vocal from Seal - Future Love Paradise

Side B samples:
Synth from Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
Vocal from Definition Of Sound - When A Lion Awakens
Bleeps from Yello Magic Orchestra - Computer Game

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018890 120369
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): PNT 036-A2 CTS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): PNT 036-AA2 MB

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OrangeRider

OrangeRider

January 23, 2014
What's not to like? This reminds me of Pulse 90.6 FM. All good then. It also reminds me of UK hardcore at its best. Original samples, original breaks, original beats. Field of Dreams is amazing.
Choc1ce

Choc1ce

May 26, 2013
Another Production House classic. Exodus is a far better tune and I can remember a handful of DJ's playing it. Its dark and full of pulsating break beats, with an air of mysticism about it. Another great hardcore track.
jonfawcett

jonfawcett

December 11, 2011
Definitely one of the strongest and most durable proto-jungle slabs. I'm pretty sure the Marley-esque (or Marley) sample is "when the lion awake... there be war, trouble and war."
twinkie

twinkie

November 15, 2006
edited over 3 years ago
In my opinion this is a first class example of production house 1992 style hardcore. Side A with Madonna samples is rather obvious and not exceptional, however Side B is the one to check.

'Exodus (The Lion Awakes)' starts off with tubular bells samples which work well with a simple kick and then Brothers Grimm work up layers of breakbeats, a deep bass line and stabs returning to a reverse bass breakdown. following some breakbeat trickery and classic rave stabs the main break consists of a vocal loop "when the lion awakes, they'll be more trouble and more" followed by breakbeats and a bass stab that is infectious and produces dance floor mayhem.

For me this an example of truly innovative rave/hardcore and a must for the collection.