Comababy ‎– Nice'n Nasty

Ruffneck Records ‎– RUF 027-5
Vinyl, 12"

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Logo Side:
A1 Nice'n Nasty 4:08
A2 Comababy
Voice – Jeroen De Wolf
Write Side:
B1 Short Spritzer 3:20
B2 The Analog Assasin 5:59

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Published by Ruffneck Music Publishing
Midtown Distribution

B1 is listed on the sleeve as 'Short Pritzer'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RUF027-A HCB874172
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): RUF027-B HCB874172
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A-Side): ... THE ULTIMATE METAPHORE
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RUF 027-5 Comababy Nice 'n Nasty(4xFile, MP3, 320) Ruffneck Records RUF 027-5 Netherlands 2014


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November 5, 2019
The experimental and non-formulaic nature of this record make it rather more timeless than most of the rest of the Ruffneck catalogue. This goes for almost all Comababy productions, be sure to check them out!


June 30, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
This is what I like about analog techno, B2 fair from the start. The rush of the analog assasin creeping up from behind like cold death. One of those records you hold on for your dear life and never let go off. This is a far ahead track and only a shame that it is underrated. But I still use it in my “strait to the point” techno sets…


November 21, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

One of the lowest rated Ruffneck releases, but in my opinion Absolutely Brilliant.

Comababy was years ahead of his time with his darker, rougher sound. Although this record contains some more melodic material (A1 and B1) they still have his intuitive off-standard arrangement and edits, while the melodies themselves are really nice as well (check out the grinding synths), riding the rhythms and taking you away.
The B2 is a fascinating abstract track, demonstrating Comababy's abilities with analog instruments. As for the B1.. that bassline!!!

While this record needs some getting used to, and is not very well suited to play out in a dj-set, it's an absolute jewel to listen to, has been a massive inspiration for me as a producer and sits among the royalty of my record collection.