DJ Eruption* ‎– I Need Somebody / Rescue Me

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A I Need Somebody
Engineer – DJ Seduction
5:02
B Rescue Me
Engineer – Bradley CarterVocals [Additional] – M.C. Free & Easy*
6:02

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Track A vocal samples taken from Kechia Jenkins - I Need Somebody
Track B piano sample taken from Electric Choc - Shock The Beat

Runout grooves read DAMONT.

Respect goes out to Slipmatt, Seduction, The Captain, Jo, Slam, Vibes, Dougal, Brisk, God (Atmosphere mag), Terry Turbo, Andy & Johnny, Eddie at Fuseon Graphics and everybody that attends our events and keeps the happy vibe alive.

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ian_s

December 19, 2016
The second release on UD, this one shows that the happier sound had started to take hold after the slightly more mixed production on the first release. 'I Need Somebody' has a breakbeat intro, quickly joined by a 4/4 kick and the vocal sample from Kechia Jenkins' 80s house release of the same name. Anyone familiar with the happy sound in England in 1994/94 will be familiar with the arrangement of the tune. I do like it when the piano drops in solo, before the breakbeat kicks back in.

'Rescue Me' on the flip uses the familiar piano from 'Shock To The Beat' and supposedly features guest vocals from MC Free & Easy (AKA Terry Turbo/Terry stone), although I can't hear any vocals anywhere other than one chipmunked bit. Basically it's the same style as the A-side, but with a slightly darker edge and a less hands-in-the-air vibe. The rhythms are more 4-beat rather than the breakier A-side. As much as I love the piano, it's been better put to use on other releases (Red Alert & Mike Slammer - Let's Do It & DJ Pooch's release on 4 The Floor Recordings). The tune does feature a slightly jazzy interlude which nicely breaks things up.