Chubby Chunks ‎– Chubby Chunks (Vol 1)

Label:
Cleveland City Records ‎– CLE 13005
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Testament One 5:22
AA1 Testament Two 5:15
AA2 Testament Three 5:48

Credits

Notes

(090) 277 - 2385
State Warning - Music Is Fun

A samples One Way Featuring Al Hudson - Music.
AA1 samples Hudson People - Trip To Your Mind.
AA2 samples D-Train - Music (Vocal).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021237 100962 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CLE 13 005 A1 A PORKY PRIME CUT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): CLE 13 005 AA1 A PORKY.

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

December 28, 2016
testament two is sampling Hudson People "Trip To Your Mind" (1979) https://www.discogs.com/Hudson-People-Trip-To-Your-Mind-Power-To-The-Hour/release/703920 - amazing track ;)
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

July 15, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Loved Testament one from the moment I heard it in the record shop, just builds & builds all the way through, funky beats, cool riffs, acid line, piano all layered together, flowing in & out of each other - great tune and quiet different when it was released, but always went down well. This I think was the first release for Cleveland City Records and set the tone for some great future releases. Well worth checking some of the earlier releases on this label.
south_coaster

south_coaster

May 26, 2014
Testament One - what an absolute blinder.

By 1991 the (UK) underground dance scene had suffered terribly at the hands of the novelty hardcore era and hysterical headlines in the tabloids. 92 thankfully saw the emergence of progressive house which made clubbing exciting and worthwhile again - albeit with a fairly large schism between the house and techno camps.

Testament One was one of those records with universal appeal: played in all genres of club, none of them mainstream.

Simple, relentless beat, 303 bassline, superb break; apart from the ever-so-slightly dated 909 drums it still sounds perfect today.

For me, it brought back all those 88/89 feelings and convinced me that the dancing shoes still had a few years left in them.