Renegade Soundwave ‎– The Phantom / Ozone Breakdown

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Mute France ‎– MF 19364, Mute France ‎– 12 MUTE 88
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Promo
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A The Phantom (It's In There) 6:32
AA Ozone Breakdown 6:47

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"Vente Interdite" - "Echantillon Gratuit"

"(12 MUTE 88)"

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  • Matrix / Runout: P MUTE 88 A - 1 Damont
  • Matrix / Runout: P MUTE 88 B - 1 Damont

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DogWater

DogWater

September 3, 2012
Do UK copies definitely exist? I thought the European 12" was the only commercial issue of this release:
http://www.discogs.com/Renegade-Soundwave-The-Phantom/release/452454
A scan or photo would be much appreciated.
davejay

davejay

January 19, 2004

Although the years 1988-1990 are simply labelled as the 'UK acid house years'', the most exciting music for anyone stuck in a freezing cold field during that time was the stuff that was loosely termed 'freestyle' - it kinda covered alot of bases back then, from The Moody Boyz' "Funky Zulu", to Masters At Work's (the Todd Terry one) "Alright, Alright" to alot of Frankie Bones' tunes to Renegade Soundwave's "Ozone Breakdown". But the master of all was undoubtedly "The Phantom". Very seldom did a bassline cause complete bedlam as soon as it came on (one of the few rivals in the acid house arena I can remember is Charles B's "Lack of Love"), but this did the business everytime. And the difference between this and 80% of the acid house output is that "The Phantom" STILL sounds great today.