Caveman ‎– Positive Reaction

Profile Records ‎– FILECD 406
CD, Album

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1 Troglodyte History 1:40
2 Victory (Remix) 5:00
3 Positive Reaction 4:35
4 Cool (Cos I Don't Get Upset) 4:30
5 Pages And Pages 5:24
6 Fry You Like Fish (Jazz Remix) 4:24
7 I'm Ready
Bass Guitar, Rhythm Guitar – Roger Benou
8 Caught Up 5:20
9 You Can't Take It 5:23
10 Desmond 3:55
11 The Dope Department 5:07
12 Back To Cause Mayhem 3:23
13 Victory 5:25
14 Introduction To A Caveman 5:27

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Recorded & mixed at Monroe Studios.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 018515 040621
  • Matrix / Runout: CD PLANT MFG FILECD 406 CDM02

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FILER 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(LP, Album) Profile Records FILER 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version
FILECT 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(Cass, Album, M/Print) Profile Records FILECT 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version
FILECT 406 Caveman Positive Reaction(Cass, Album) Profile Records FILECT 406 UK 1991 Sell This Version


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October 4, 2013
One of the best u.k hip hop albums, if you have any interest in hip hop buy this on any format. You wont regret it.


January 29, 2011

Does anyone recognize the sample on "you can't take it"? the girls choir in the background and the saxophone run both possibly from the same source?


January 20, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Possibly one of the most underrated uk hip-hop releases ever! If you like late 80's old school, this is for you. I lost my copy of this album well over 10 years ago and have been hunting for it ever since, unsuccessfully! Contains excellent tracks such as 'Victory', 'Fry You Like Fish', and 'I'm Ready'. If by some miracle, you get the opportunity to buy this, do so, and let money be no object!


September 21, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
just to say I spent nearly 10 years trying to get hold of this record and thanks to a dutch record store ,brand new in vinyl. Love funk, jazz etc but this simple english hip hop was so refreshing back in the 90's and still is with the classic samples and posive messages.Play this album to any one of a certain age and they wonder why they have never heard of it. Like early Gang Starr,jungle brothers get it even if it takes you 10 years.