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Security (Club Mix) 5:51
Security (Radio Mix) 4:56
Security (Security Beats) 5:16
Security (Chants I) 1:37
Security (Chants II) 0:16
Security (Instrumental) 2:40

Versions (19)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HR-007 The Beat Club Security(12") Pizazz Records, HR Records HR-007 US 1988 Sell This Version
ZYX 5981, 5981 The Beat Club Security(12") ZYX Records, ZYX Records ZYX 5981, 5981 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
0-86485 The Beat Club Security(12") Atlantic 0-86485 US 1988 Sell This Version
BSS 12-3 The Beat Club Security(12") Bass Records BSS 12-3 UK 1988 Sell This Version
ZYX 5981 The Beat Club Security(12", Lig) ZYX Records ZYX 5981 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
BSS 12-03 The Beat Club Security(12", Promo) Bass Records BSS 12-03 UK 1988 Sell This Version
DMD 1254 The Beat Club Security(12", Promo) Atlantic DMD 1254 US 1988 Sell This Version
HR-007 The Beat Club Security(12", Promo) HR Records, Pizazz Records HR-007 US 1988 Sell This Version
BSS 12-3 The Beat Club Security(12", Promo) Bass Records BSS 12-3 UK 1988 Sell This Version
12ROB1 The Beat Club Security(12", Single, W/Lbl) Robs Records 12ROB1 UK 1988 Sell This Version
ZYX 8-5981 The Beat Club Security(CD, Maxi) ZYX Records ZYX 8-5981 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
CHAMP 12-223, CHAMP 12 · 223 The Beat Club Security(12") Champion, Champion CHAMP 12-223, CHAMP 12 · 223 UK 1989 Sell This Version
CHAMP 12-223 The Beat Club Security(12", Com) Champion CHAMP 12-223 UK 1989 Sell This Version
CHAMP 12-223 The Beat Club Security(12", Promo) Champion CHAMP 12-223 UK 1989 Sell This Version
CHAMP 223 The Beat Club Security(7") Champion CHAMP 223 UK 1989 Sell This Version
12 ROB 1 The Beat Club Security(12") Robs Records 12 ROB 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
7 ROB 1 The Beat Club Security(7") Robs Records 7 ROB 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
CDROB1 The Beat Club Security(CD, Maxi) Robs Records CDROB1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
C ROB 1 The Beat Club Security(Cass, Single) Robs Records C ROB 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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ROBERTFRIEND

ROBERTFRIEND

November 12, 2017
referencing Security, 12", HR-007
Both comments from henriquesousa7 and djpepsi are completely off it. First, Security is not a latino style' it is a breakbeat rave stadium techno track and second, djpepsi is giving a personal opinion. For true fans, there is no problem. The thing that made this track number one with the fans was the hypnotic piano and atmospheric sound. It made people feel like they were in another world in the future. This tune is one of the greatest rave tracks, big and loud. Keep listening to that off key commercial crap though. I have been listening to all the original styles since acid was invented in 1966 when the first onsale synthesiser was built, The compression chamber that repeats and speeds up sounds. You babies aint got a clue what makes a top tune. Do one.
Clear-out

Clear-out

October 14, 2015
referencing Security, 7", 7 ROB 1
I have the cassette version of the 7". Same track list as the 7". Cat# C ROB 1
henriquesousa7

henriquesousa7

May 12, 2011
referencing Security, 12", HR-007
I Must Say That This One Is A True Freestyle Classic!!!!!! It's So Latino!!!!!!!!!!100% Freestyle!!
djpepsi

djpepsi

July 17, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Security, 12", HR-007

The only bad thing about this tune, is, im afraid to say, the much maligned orchestra stab it uses. Sooo many early rave tunes, and subsequent pop-rave tunes implemented this stab, that, in my opinion, it sounds tired today (thanks 2 Unlimited and the rest of you cronies - NOT!).
TEKNONUTTER

TEKNONUTTER

August 12, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Security, 12", CHAMP 12-223, CHAMP 12 · 223

First heard "Security" back in late 1987 early 1988 through a friend, but didn't acquire it until 1989 when it was released on Champion records, in fact I bought two copies, that's how good I thought it was.

Wouldn't exactly call it "New Beat" myself, it's definitely electro though which appealed to the house/freestyle/techno/acid house rave heads from the 1989 era even more than the hip hop/electro heads in the UK anyway. This track was played everywhere in the underground scene.

Very rhythmic with very low-end bass frequencies and 808 beats, haunting female vocals, trippy oriental keys, hard-hitting stabs, dark but uplifting synths and ambient vox-sounds. There's even a little bit of scratching in there aswell.

It mixes well with practically every other electronic genre around the same tempo from that era too.

Spun on every pirate radio and in every rave in that period.

A classic in every sense of the word. This record will NEVER leave my collection...