Charlie Say's ‎– Bass 'N' Buzz

Moving Shadow ‎– TOP 4, Moving Shadow ‎– TOP 004
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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  • Written-By, Arranged By, Engineer, ProducerRob Playford


The cover says TOP 4 as its cat number, the runout groove & label says TOP 004.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TOP 004 Charlie Say's Bass 'N' Buzz(12", S/Sided, Whi) Moving Shadow TOP 004 UK 1990 Sell This Version
TOP 004 Charlie Say's Bass 'N' Buzz - The Headfuck Remix(12", TP, W/Lbl) Moving Shadow TOP 004 UK 1990 Sell This Version
TOP 004 Charlie Say's Bass N Buzz(12", S/Sided, Promo, Sta) Moving Shadow TOP 004 UK 1990 Sell This Version


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October 12, 2018
I can remember the buzz when i 1st heard this @ Telepathy in Marshgate Lane ,Stratford the place used to erupt when this came on and i still feel that buzz to this day when i hear it such and awesome choon from Rob Playford.


April 17, 2014
These tracks were record at Steve Vincent's studio (as in Adventures of Steve V) as he was a friend of Rob Playford's brother. He gave him the use of his studio for 2 weeks and Rob came up with the first 2 releases on Moving Shadow. He pressed up 500 copies of each and sold them.


May 13, 2003
edited over 2 years ago

The "The Headf**k Remix" is severe as hell. But I absolutely love it.
Brings back many memories of the late '80s post acid house and early '90s rave scene this one.
Crazy as hell for "UK 1990 techno", when a lot of other stuff coming out was more laid back. This steered away from the intelligent side of techno and got people into the early "let's f***ing have it" hardcore sound - still techno in my book though!
Mad screaming yell (which is a little over the top to be perfectly honest) deep as f**k bass, a never ending build up of drums and tambourine rattles, grating, buzzing, chainsaw synths and some off key bleeps to top it all off. The Belgians were already releasing nasty sounding tunes, but by this point, not only was the UK starting to catch up fast and equal those nutters across the channel, but, this release is a fine example of their influence. Those of you fortunate/unfortunate enough to listen to this on a very decent sound system know what I'm on about. Mental!