DJ Mastervibe* ‎– Flight 19 E.P.

Area 51 Recordings ‎– AREA 061
Vinyl, 12", EP


A1 Friday
A2 Skinz
B1 Bumrush
B2 Suprize


An error with the labelling means the tracks are on opposite sides to what the label suggests, as the labels were added the wrong way round.

Track B1 samples vocal from Public Enemy - 'Rebel Without A Pause'.

Track A1 takes samples from F Gary Gray's 1995 film 'Friday'

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May 23, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
You probably heard these tracks on Clarkee and Mastervibe sets from the late 90's. Bumrush is probably the track to check out here, the Public Enemy sample from Rebel Without A Pause is itself a reference to the name of their first album, Yo! Bum Rush The Show. The bouncy kickdrum, the change ups in the track and the Beavis and Butthead "breakdown" is cool! The Suprize sample comes from N.W.A's Sa Prize (Part 2) and coincidentely the squelching sound in the middle of the track is from Public Enemy's Public Enemy No.1 off Yo! Bum Rush The Show. Confused? I know Mastervibe wasn't the only one to do it, but that kickdrum in Skinz sounds like Knightvision - Who Is It?

Flight 19 refers to the disappearance of five U.S. torpedo bombers in the Bermuda Triangle in 1945. Their disappearance has never been explained, however there are conspiracy theories about the incident. In fact, their fictional return is depicted at the start of the Sci-Fi movie, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, which might explain the E.P. name on a label called Area 51!