Bad Company UK* ‎– Ad Infinitum

Label:
BC Recordings ‎– BCRUKEP004
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
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A Bad Company UK* Bullet Time
B Bad Company UK* Womb
C Bad Company UK* Street Walker
D Bad Company UK* & Society (7) Stay Tuned
Producer [Additional] – D.White*Producer, Written-By – B.Ash

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Mastered at The Exchange. All tracks recorded at Riverside except "Stay Tuned" recorded at Woodside.
Made in England. Distributed by SRD.
[P]+[C] BC Recordings 2003. Copyright Control. All tracks published by Very Bad Music.
Barcode: 666017073866

The catalog number 'BCRUK004 EP' is what's printed on the sleeve, and in the runouts 'BCRUKEP004' has been scratched out and changed to 'BCRUK004EP', but 'BCRUKEP004' is what's on the labels.

The A side also has 'Original' crossed out in the runout.

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MarkusAudio

MarkusAudio

September 11, 2017
Indeed, the first )EIB( EP i ever bought. Fond memories of Street Walker & Bullet Time.
spl3nd1d

spl3nd1d

June 4, 2013

I feel honoured to be the first one to comment (anyway, how come there are no reviews or comments on this miracle?).

I have been listening to drum and bass for a little bit more than ten years. Not that it grants me bragging rights, but one would assume that my fave dnb tune would be The Nine, or Body Rock, Messiah or whatever.

But no. I don't have a personal favourite release or track, but the thing that I wanted to point out is, that if I really had to choose one, this would be one of my options.

Because this EP kills it. Especially Street Walker. Brings me joy, brings me happiness. Period. For me, it is like 76:14, Inside The Machine, Music for Airports, Wormhole, whatever: I can listen to this anytime.

People raved when Spor's remix of Bullet Time came out (I can see why, it is a decent track actually). I'm not sure about the reception of the original piece, but I always find it odd, that noone ever mentions this EP.