Urban Shakedown ‎– Some Justice

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Urban Shakedown ‎– URBST1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Some Justice (Concrete Jungle Mix)
A2 Summer Break
B1 Some Justice (Original Mix)
B2 Some Justice (7" Dash Mix)

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Credits

Notes

All Boys Music Ltd/MCA Music Ltd 1992

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 4509-90253-0 5

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MCG-001 Urban Shakedown Featuring Mickey Finn* Urban Shakedown Featuring Mickey Finn* - Some Justice / Ruff Justice(12") Urban Shakedown MCG-001 UK 1991 Sell This Version
URBST1 Urban Shakedown Some Justice(12", RE) Urban Shakedown URBST1 UK Unknown Sell This Version
URBSTP-1 Urban Shakedown Some Justice(12", W/Lbl, TP) Urban Shakedown URBSTP-1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
URBSDJ X 3 Urban Shakedown Some Justice '95(12", W/Lbl, Promo) Urban Shakedown URBSDJ X 3 UK 1995 Sell This Version
URBSCD 1, 4509-90253-2 Urban Shakedown Featuring Micky Finn Urban Shakedown Featuring Micky Finn - Some Justice(CD, Single) Urban Shakedown, Urban Shakedown URBSCD 1, 4509-90253-2 Germany 1992 Sell This Version

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pseudocode

pseudocode

May 3, 2012
Yeah there was also an artical on Urban Shakedown production techniques in CU AMIGA and written by Tony horgan who had a written a lot of articles on Octamed and gave out free samples on coverdisks. I still have the magazines. It was possible to sync 2 Amiga 500 with 2 x external midi interfaces. And have a master and slave version of Octamed running 4 channels on each. This was the preferred method over 8 channels on A1200. A lot of the gabber producers where doing this same thing for years. Neophyte being one i can think of.
Amiga is still a highly under rated computer, it was the shit back in the 90s for music and graphics (Deluxe Paint anyone?) and also games. All the pc lovers back then missed out.
T0MMY_B0Y

T0MMY_B0Y

December 20, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
Some Justice was actually written on two Amigas. To synchronise them they had a pattern of clicks on each Amiga which looped before the tracks started. They basically kept starting the tracks until the clicks were in sync. That's how they got 8 track audio before the Amiga 1200 came out and without using programs such as OctaMED which further degraded the 8-bit sound quality when using more than the Amiga's 4 hardware sound channels.
AtomicCow

AtomicCow

April 17, 2002
Written on an Amiga!!! Unbelievable that it got to the top 40. A very mininmal record. "Run's House" break with a few stabs and a sample of Ce Ce Rogers "Someday".