Chez N Trent ‎– Prescription Underground EP

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Prescription ‎– PRES103
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A Untitled
B Untitled
Vocals [Uncredited] – Ani

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Side A is a mix of The Choice which came out on KMS.
Side B is the vocal mix of Morning Factory, an instrumental mix of which is found on The Grand Lodge of Luxor (Thebes) EP.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PRES103 Chez N Trent Prescription Underground EP(12", EP) Prescription PRES103 US 1994 Sell This Version
PRES103 Chez N Trent Prescription Underground EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Prescription PRES103 US Unknown Sell This Version
PRES 103 Chez N Trent Prescription Underground EP(12", EP, Cle) Prescription PRES 103 US 1994 Sell This Version
RH RSS 20 XXX, PRES 103 Chez N Trent Prescription Underground EP(12", EP, Smplr, W/Lbl) Rush Hour Recordings, Prescription RH RSS 20 XXX, PRES 103 Netherlands 2015 Sell This Version

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keyaccount

keyaccount

February 11, 2015
the classic of the classics
scannypack

scannypack

December 5, 2014
Amazing record. Repress please!!!
Pistachios

Pistachios

September 7, 2014
For those looking for it, the version of 'choice' much sought after on this record is on the vinyl SE03, which is at the time of writing, widely available. If I've got this wrong let me now and I will remove.
David68Turner

David68Turner

July 23, 2014
Great record...but the prices W.T.F!!! Appreciation is everything...but none of the artists get this money, so why bother paying all that money when you can get it for free on p2p sites? I think if I was the artist, and I was going to lose money, I would prefer you people get it for free on p2p sites rather than pay a fortune to some bullshit merchants playing off people's vinyl addictions. I get the addiction, I had it myself, but it's just material BS. Music is music, and the analogue quality of vinyl is practically indistinguishable from lose-less files now, and if you're a DJ, why not switch to Vinyl Scratch or Tracktor. House was always about kicking against the pricks: Is this whoarding reflex that the rip-off merchants play off in-keeping? Personally, I think it's exactly the opposite. I appreciate this site a lot as a great reference tool, but the money side irks me, especially when it doesn't go to the people that deserve it the most.
djwatson23

djwatson23

February 16, 2013

To add to the already great reviews is that this mix of the choice appears on the intro of Dj Spun's spun out vol. 1. A great mix tape btw. Here is a link to side A:
http://www.ezeskankin.com/mixtapes/DJSpun_SpunOut2_sideA.mp3
Musicure

Musicure

October 5, 2012
Chicago_son is indeed correct and it is worth noting that this version of The Choice is not on any of the KMS releases (making the notes on the individual release pages incorrect). This version is in fact what might be called a dub of the Witch Doctor Mix as it is the exact same instrumental production but does not contain the line 'it's the choice baby' at all (but does contain the 'you might even find that you're happy' line). This version is IMO the strongest, as it focuses more attention on, to use Chez Damier's words from his red bull lecture, the 'stabbing synth lead designed to rip through peoples' bodies on the dancefloor' by removing the soulful vocal loop. A very powerful track 5/5.

http://www.redbullmusicacademy.com/lectures/chez-damier--cherchez-le-chez
soulboy1975

soulboy1975

January 2, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
I was thinking the other day that this was maybe the first proper house record I bought, but then I remembered buying 'Jack Your Body' in '87 or whatever. I was eleven! dunt it fly?
chicago_son

chicago_son

May 15, 2010
The Choice used to send shivers up my spine.
When that bass kicks in on a proper system, you have met your maker...
There are several versions including one that features a vocal over this production and another more "clubby" production but it is this instrumental with the "you might even find that you're happy" line in the break that kills it.

Slain.
jonarmst

jonarmst

February 24, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

This (along with Holy Ghost Inc's 'A Walk on Air') is probably my favorite deep house record of all time. Right as the sun is about to rise, put this record on and the experience will turn into a beautiful memory right before your very eyes... deep synths, a vocal compelling you to "put your hand in my flame" that manages to be alluring without being cheesy -- it's a perfect way to end the night.