DJ Hell* vs. Richard Bartz ‎– Take A Shot... / Break The Rulez

Label:
Kurbel ‎– KURBEL 07, Kurbel ‎– KUR 07
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Take A Shot... 6:30
B Break The Rulez 6:36

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Credits

Notes

45 Rpm
Programmed At E L T Munich
kurbel records 1997- - -
www.kurbel.com

The record is 150 grams in weight. The both sides are playing at 33 rpm, despite the printed indication, 45 rpm. Sometimes, a sticker was found on the rear of sleeve, with the printed code ‘9837.g’. The release was originally issued in a matte black die-cut sleeve, including a die-cut inner-sleeve with curved corners.

Vocals and bassline on "Take A Shot" taken from "Your Only Friend" released on Phuture - Acid Tracks.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): KURBEL 07 A EFA MS 01257-6 D+M ര (spiral sign)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): KURBEL 07 B EFA MS 01257-6 D+M ര (spiral sign)
  • Other (Printed sticker, rear of sleeve): 9837.g

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kahoru20011

kahoru20011

May 24, 2019
Si alguien me puede conseguir este vinilo que se ponga en contacto conmigo por favor
DayzOne

DayzOne

January 27, 2018
Bartz's "Take a shot", forgot how good this record is.
djsodastream

djsodastream

December 13, 2017

take a shot pitched down to -6 is a groovy monster which can destroy a dancefloor, heard it played by Klock a few years back and I still try to play it as much as I can. Very loud pressing though so careful when you mix it in
stfdnx

stfdnx

August 9, 2004
edited over 15 years ago

Classic ! Hell's "Break The Rulez" is a pure dancefloor tool, Bartz's "Take a shot" is an early (and hard hitting) dubby tech-house monster. Now our days you could heard this kind of music averywhere (specially after 5 am...) but back in 1997 it was truely innovative.