20 Hurts ‎– Stay At Home? / The Voice / Hornz

Sound Entity Records ‎– SENT 1202
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing, White Label



Track listing updated from 2017 reissue.

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August 1, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

this 12inch is one of the best jack smooth records ever !.
the b side is a full on bouncy stomper played by carl cox on a number of set form late 92-93.
it sound more like hard techno tune then hardcore track,the main riff is some sort of mad hoover sound and very twisted.!,it go's up and down on the fillter nobs to give it that moveing sound round your head :).

the bside tracks are just as good both tracks played out by the man like dj ratty

1st track on a'side is a massive total basement type track,1st riff is a total hardcore stabby riff.
it as the sample (did thay all stay at home....?,well no of cause not...!,it's to late for that anyway)
then as some wicked strings that then drops in to the sound that was used on the track called the pipe on this label.

2nd track on a'side is way darker,the samples used on this are (this is the voice of x.t.c dont let me take control) im unsure who played it back in the day but im sure you will no the sample...?.

it kicks off big time with wicked basement style bass line & the main riff sounds a little drunk like the pitch is out but it int.

the white label is alot rarer then the full release,if you ever see this or the full release for a cheep price buy it.

(dont think you will like as its wanted by lots of people)

the full release as sold in the pass of like 200 pound so ive been told / but dont hold me to that :).

if you do buy this you will love it trust me !!!!!!!!!!!

10/10 from me :)