Bassheads ‎– Who Can Make Me Feel Good?

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Deconstruction ‎– 12R 6326, Parlophone ‎– 12R 6326, Deconstruction ‎– 7243 8 80362 6 9
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Ai Who Can Make Me Feel Good? (Original Mix)
Written By – Deery/Murphy/Wedgeworth/WorthyWritten-By – Worthy*, Wedgeworth*
Aii Who Can Make Me Feel Good? (Manchester Underground Balearic Mix)
Engineer – Simon NobleRemix – VoidWritten By – Deery/Murphy/Wedgeworth/WorthyWritten-By – Worthy*, Wedgeworth*
Bi Who Can Make Me Feel Good? (Manchester Underground Club Mix)
Engineer – Simon NobleRemix – VoidWritten By – Deery/Murphy/Wedgeworth/WorthyWritten-By – Worthy*, Wedgeworth*
Bii Ooh Baby (7" Edit)
Written By – Deery/Murphy

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DECONSTRUCTION.
4th floor, Bedford House, 69-79 Fulham High Street, London SW6 3JW

PLACE OF MANUFACTURE AS STATED ON LABEL.
PRINTED IN THE UK.

Aii,Bi: Engineered 4 Eleventh Hour,
Manchester.

'Who can make me feel good?' publishing Copyright
Control/Little Charles Music.
'Ooh baby' publishing Copyright Control.
Premier Productions Ltd.
Tel: 081 805 9959. Fax: 081 805 9525.

For Bassheads information & a free poster please write to:
Bassheads, PO Box 21, London. W10 6XA.

a DECONSTRUCTION record.

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MANUFACTURED IN THE UK

Incidental Information:
Ai,Aii,Bi: Samples the vocal from Eleanore Mills - Mr. Right

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 724388036269
  • Barcode (Text): 7 2438 80362 6 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run-out groove machine stamped): 12 R 6326 A-01-01-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run-out groove machine stamped): 12 R 6326 B-01-01-1

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Sneaky-Peanut

Sneaky-Peanut

December 16, 2010
'Who Can Make Me Feel Good' is one of the Bassheads less well-known tracks, leaving the rave-sounding vibes of 'Is There Anybody Out There' and 'Back To The Old School' and instead creating a more house-sounding release that almost shows the early signs of Handbag house.

The piano vamps, wide-sounding breaks and girly vox (better known to some as 'Tall N Handsome' by Outrage) are similar-sounding to groups like Greed and Nush (in their early days of course, don't think I'm comparing this track to 'U Girls'), but in typical Bassheads fashion the track comprises of many different sections so the overall product is typically euphoric, like the many rave tracks around at the time. However, you could probably slip this into a progressive house or garage set without many people noticing, which gives it a certain charm. Overall, a decent, if forgotten gem