2 Damn Tuff ‎– Ruff Muff / Techno City

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Next Generation Records ‎– NG 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Ruff Muff 5:36
AA Techno City 5:47

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Mastered at J.T.S.

Pressed at MPO Averton.

Track a is a rework of Diss Reaction - Jiiieehaaaa.
Samples vocal "And now for my next number [...]" from Liberace - Chopsticks (Live at Carnegie Hall).

Track aa is a rework of Hellfish - Techno City.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A): NG005-A
  • Matrix / Runout (AA): NG005-AA
  • Other: FRESH.
  • Other: -- JTS --
  • Other: MPO

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Scotla_d

Scotla_d

April 26, 2016

Why? What a classic ruffneck track...NO-ONE should be trying to destroy it. Utter pish
ian_s

ian_s

March 23, 2013
Slipmatt's review of the A side in Muzik magazine:
"Here's the long-awaited release of the rip-off of the classic Ruffneck tune 'Jiiehaa'. Extra fast and extra hard, it's already been caned on dub by the likes of Brisk which has created a massive buzz. A nutty tune, but very well done. 8/10".
chewi

chewi

May 3, 2008
This song sounds nothing like a crow and is actually the stompy happy hardcore version of Diss Reaction's JIIEHAA.

It is actually not too bad considering there isn't a lot you can do for a remix of JIEHAA and yes there is cheesy MC'ing over it but still playable though. Techno city isnt that bad actually and the lyrics are pretty haunting and should have been used in a better way but they are still there to be used.
the_architech

the_architech

December 30, 2007

"Ruff Muff" is so annoying, it's fun. It's a bouncy, late 90's 4/4 hardcore beat with what sounds like a crow cawing over and over again. It actually sounds like a bird pecking at your skull at 200 bpm. There's also some cheesey piano bits that were typical in hardcore of the era. Later in the song there's some MCing which is also not so good. But what's really funny about this all is that with all this bad, cheesey bits put together, it's a fun tune. It reminds me of Technohead's "Happy Birthday", stupid and annoying, but for some reason fun.

"Techno City" is terrible and should never have been put on vinyl. Don't bother flipping the record over. Ever.