DJ Dan ‎– Put That Record Back On

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Put That Record Back On 8:15
Put That Record Back On (H-Foundation Mix) 8:54

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lewisdene

lewisdene

June 15, 2011
referencing Put That Record Back On, 12", 0-54655
A personal favourite for several weeks and guaranteed floor filler in whatever guise you play. The Gutter Brothers’ (Hippe & DJ Dan) percolating breakbeat excursion offers a more minimal approach to things, but personally it’s Junior Sanchez’s take on the West Coast producer’s version that really wins me over – Subliminal-meets-Roulè-with-a-touch-of-Sneak with filtered out beats, breakdowns that kick back with awesome ferocity and a bassline that quite simply makes you want to pee your pants – it’s that good!
mindblow_

mindblow_

February 5, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
referencing Put That Record Back On (Part 1), 12", hm 010
You know, after all these years, this is still a bit special record for me. And that's all because of Peace Division's mix. I remember when I first heard it on Danny Howell's 'Nubreed' compilation - while driving a shitty Ford Ka during winter time in a shitty weather on a shitty road - and it totally blew me away. Still, of all the "good old" Peace Division productions this is a stand out. Kind of minimal, intensive, techy tribal beast with a very killer usage of vocals. A trademark example of their hypnotic grooving tribal tech. Even nowadays I still occasionally play this record and it makes my foot tap and head nod. Very, very good indeed and a must have for a Peace Division fan.
ultrararebeats

ultrararebeats

May 5, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Put That Record Back On, 12", 0-54655
The reason why so many people have it, is that it was stuffed down everybody's throats at WMC2000. You couldn't even enter the Warner Brothers Penthouse without being required to take 1 or 2 of them...
s_caron

s_caron

March 17, 2004
referencing Put That Record Back On, 12", 0-54655
I really wonder why so many people on Discogs, myself included, own a copy of this record, when it really isn't that good. It seems to go on forever with one drum loop and little variation... not a whole lot of backing instrumentation here. That might not even matter so much if it had a decent vocal, but it is just a heavily distorted sample of someone saying "put the record back on"... you can hardly understand it... lame.