Baby Ford ‎– Oochy Koochy (F.U. Baby Yeh Yeh)

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Rhythm King Records ‎– BFORD 1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Etched
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Tracklist

A Oochy Koochy (F.U. Baby Yeh Yeh) 7:46
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled

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Notes

Printed on the sleeve:
"RHYTHM KING WOULD LIKE TO WARN THAT CONSISTENT LOUD VOLUME PLAY OF THIS RECORD MAY DAMAGE YOUR STEREO. DO NOT SET LEVELS TO MAXIMUM."

B side consists of two tracks. One is saying "Thank you ladies and gentlemen, thank you, and thank you very much", followed by some silence. The stylus then jumps into a locked groove silent track.

The rest of the B side features some lovely etching in the vinyl:-
"MAAM THATS A WEIRD TRIP. YOU AIN'T YET SEEN NEXT YA KNOW TWO FAT LADYS ARE REACHIN TO PULL YA OUT BY THE GUT. MAN YOU THINK I HOPE THE WHOLE WORLD DON'T STINK LIKE THIS BUT THATS THE SCENE YOU JUST ENTERED INTO THE WICKED WIDE WORLD. OOCHY COOCHY. F.U. BABE "YEAH, YEAH" .. R" LOVE CHILD INC.. SLAPPERMIX. LOVE FORDI. P.F. FORD + ELECTRIC GIRL.. X.S. LOVE. LOVE CHILD INC *"

Rhythm King Records in Association with Mute Records, 429 Harrow Road, London W10 4RE

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (on sleeve): 5 016026 214012

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RBFORD1, R BFORD 1 Baby Ford Oochy Koochy(12", Single) Rhythm King Records, Rhythm King Records RBFORD1, R BFORD 1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
BFORD 1CD Baby Ford Oochy Koochy(CD, Single) Rhythm King Records BFORD 1CD UK 1988 Sell This Version
RBFORD1 Baby Ford Oochy Koochy(12", W/Lbl) Rhythm King Records RBFORD1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
104961 Baby Ford Oochy Koochy(7") Possum Records 104961 Australia 1988 Sell This Version
R BFORD 1, RBFORD1 Baby Ford Oochy Koochy(12", Single, Pin) Rhythm King Records, Rhythm King Records R BFORD 1, RBFORD1 UK 1988 Sell This Version

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febake

febake

June 17, 2008
Quite easy to tell which one is the "raw" version and which isn't: the first presses don't have a picture of a little ear with a line through it on the back. The reason for this? Simple. Apparently the bassline on the first press wasn't actually EQ'd properly, and was WAY too heavy. The first time it was played out over a big system (at Heaven IIRC) it blew the speakers. Rhythm King records, fearing that they'd get sued by angry club owners, remixed the track and issued a second sleeve with the "watch your ears!" logo.
djarnie

djarnie

April 15, 2003
edited over 6 years ago

This first original pressing is far better than the re-released version with "Flowers" track on b side. It's very similar to the other one but with a difference : there is the fat "acid" bassline that evolves during all the track wich makes the difference & i think too this is a more "Raw" version that gives here a best result.