The Coachouse Rhythm Section* ‎– Nobody's Got Time / Time Warp

ICE ‎– ICE 3-12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Nobody's Got Time 5:46
B Time Warp 6:05


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A. Etched): GUY (Word canceled) 32-12 -A1 KEV A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B. Etched): GUY (Word canceled) 32-12 -B1 KEV A


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January 1, 2020
"Time Warp" Damn, 1977. This is "techno" history right here. I'll put techno in quotes because there was no term or framework for it yet. This is the earliest minimal stripped-down beat/drum-machine/drum-programming music I've heard. Cool AF. You learn something new every day!


June 2, 2017
This is phenomenal as far as I'm concerned - completely uncanny in that it was this far ahead of its time - this is up there with Imagination's 'Changes' from Nightdubbing in 1982 (could have been a cutting edge tune from 1988-90), that United States Of America's tune from 1968 (which is literally a triphop tune from the mid 90s) and Pink Floyd's 'Echoes' from 1970 as far as uncanny time-warp years ahead of its time tackle goes.


March 5, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
Worth pointing out: There are more than one bootleg 12"s of this release from different times. Check your etchings very carefully... You can tell year 2000+ unofficial pressings by- well- it just doesn't look or feel like a record pressed in '77. Often there is an unusually small, or large, run out area where the record has not been purpose cut to use a sensible % of the playing surface area. The labels look either photocopied or badly re made, and squeaky clean/digital. The run out etchings may not match, or match a release with a different label- this can mean the bootleg has used bits of information from different releases. If in doubt, check carefully against the images & details of the exact release you are buying.


December 17, 2015
ya time warp is unreal 1977 timeless


June 13, 2014

Still hard to believe this was made in 1977. By the guy who did Electric Avenue (OK, and Walking on Sunshine)! The first minimal house track, a good 5 years ahead of its time in an age of extremely rapid musical change where you can sound-date tracks by the time of year when they were made. Hypnotic and timeless, and any DJ worth their salt needs two copies (the Portrait pressings are cheap), because as you will find, this can hold a dance floor for a good 10 minutes.


December 29, 2012
edited over 8 years ago

What a great record, especially Time Warp. I can't believe nobody has bothered writing a review of this masterpiece yet. This record is timeless. If it was played in a club nowadays it wouldn't sound out of place at all. Pure groove and beat. A classic tune, produced by Eddy Grant. Something to be truly proud of. I'd love to hear Eddy make some more tunes like this.