D-Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman ‎– We Call It Acieeed

Label:
FFRR ‎– 886 375-7, FFRR ‎– FFR 13
Format:
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Cat#s:
Labels: 886 375-7
Cover: 886 375-7 | FFR 13

℗ 1988 FFRR Records Ltd
© 1988 FFRR Records Ltd

Marketed in France by Barclay and in West Germany by Metronome Musik GmbH
Printed in the Netherlands/Fabriqué en Hollande
Made in Holland
SBK Songs Ltd.

original version featured on "The House Sound Of London, Vol. IV"
lp: 828 107-1, cd: 828 107-2
lp: ffrdp 4, mc: ffrdc 4.
also due for release october '88 the balearic anthem "Jibaro" by electra on 7" & 12" single

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42288 63757 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042288637578
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 886 375 7 S1 = 1 670 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 886 375 7 S2 = 1 670 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 886 375-7.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 886 375-7.2
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M. STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 7654
  • Other (Distribution Code): BA 102

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
886 517-1 D. Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman D. Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieed / Trance Dance(12", Single, Promo) FFRR, PolyGram 886 517-1 US 1989 Sell This Version
FFRX 13, 886 375-1, ZPMSC 11697 D-Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman D-Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieeed(12") FFRR, FFRR, FFRR FFRX 13, 886 375-1, ZPMSC 11697 UK 1988 Sell This Version
886 375-1 D.Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman D.Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieeed(12") London Records, FFRR, PolyGram Records Pty. Limited 886 375-1 Australasia 1988 Sell This Version
886 375-1 D. Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman D. Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieed(12") FFRR 886 375-1 Spain 1988 Sell This Version
FFRX 13 D-Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman D-Mob* Featuring Gary Haisman - We Call It Acieeed(12") FFRR FFRX 13 UK 1988 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 2 Reviews

Add Review

dj_prozac

dj_prozac

August 16, 2017
Funny it doesn't really use the 303. eight nine ten.
AndyPandy2000

AndyPandy2000

August 16, 2015
A rare instance of a tune straight out of the heart of an underground scene not just crossing over to become a massive hit in the pop charts but forcing itself into the consciousness of the country as a whole. I can't believe there's many people in England aged between about 40 and 60 who don't at least vaguely remember hearing "Acieeeeeeeed".