80 Aum ‎– Future House

80 Aum Records ‎– AUM 1-12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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Record says 33 Rpm but plays on 45 Rpm.
Sleeve says for AA1, 'Remix Version' instead of 'Original Remix' and for A1, 'Dub Remix' instead of '80 Aum Dub Remix'.
121 BPM.

This was recorded in 1989 but not released until 1990.

Track A1 samples:
Excerpt of speech by Dr. Martin Luther King

Track AA1 samples:
Vocal from The Break Boys - Rock The House

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  • Rights Society: Biem / Stemra


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December 18, 2018
edited 3 months ago
This track was originally due to the called 'Ode To The Bassline' but was changed when it came to be released. Was recorded in 1989 but not released until 1990.

Info from DJ Ruffneck

"The tune was made with:
Roland TR 808
Roland TR 707
Roland TR 606
Roland TB 303
Yamaha SPX 90
Casio FZ 1 sampler
Alesis MMT-8

The TR 707 featured sync AND MIDI so it could actually drive the MIDI devices and at the same time the TB 303 which only had sync. The Alesis MMT 8 was a hardware sequencer that was the heart of it all. I had to actually program the COMPLETE song on the TR 808, the TR 707, The TR 606 AND the TB 303 as at that time we did not have Cubase to just trigger the sounds when needed... This obviously was a big pain in the .... I had to make mental notes of what came where, including breaks et etc....and i still remember how mad it drove me when the TR 808 at times just " decided" to "forget" patterns for no friggin reason. Almost made me want to smash the bloody thing :D Anyway, i hope you get the picture of how time consuming and mind boggling this whole task was. Oh yeah, and then there where actually 3 versions.......Yep indeed, the whole process needed to be done completely anew for every version... How's that for patience and love for the music eh ;)"


October 17, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

A1 Future House (80 Aum Dub Remix)... Still mind intense in 2016!...
Todd Terry style beats..
Old school piano stabs..
And lots of madness thrown in for maximum pressure!!!
Seriously heavy and all 6:28 seconds of it!