DJ Rashad ‎– Rollin'

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Hyperdub ‎– HDB070
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
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A DJ Rashad Rollin'
Written-By – R. Harden*
4:38
B DJ Rashad Let It Go
Written-By – R. Harden*
5:37
C DJ Rashad & DJ Manny (2) Drums Please
Written-By – M. Gaines*, R. Harden*
5:38
D DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn Broken Hearted
Written-By – M. Harper*, R. Harden*
4:02

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"Broken Hearted" contains sample of "You Will Know" performed by Stevie Wonder (1987, "Characters").
"Rollin'" is based on a sample of "Walked Outta Heaven" by Jagged Edge.
Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
BPM:
A: 160/80
B: 160/80
C: 160/80
D: 160/80

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  • Barcode: 5055300369383

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shadesofjae

shadesofjae

August 7, 2019
"Let It Go" uses the same vocal sample (Sinnamon) as Tom & Jerry "Papillon Love Song" https://www.discogs.com/Tom-And-Jerry-Papillon-Love-Song/release/200742
cjunluck93

cjunluck93

August 23, 2018
Best Rashad release hands down. Remember seeing Kode 9 play these tracks at a DMZ on a function one and nobody knew what an earth was going on, but went crazy nonetheless. Rolling just tops let it go, just.
fetusstyle

fetusstyle

March 14, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
this is a really emotional record. it's bangin Chicago footwork no doubt, but it tells a personal story that transcends a typical footwork battle. now i finally understand what Ptop really means when he says "some tracks describe your pain" in that Meet The Era documentary on youtube. when im practicing footwork at home in my garage, i find myself mostly battling my own internal struggles. this record UNDERSTANDS that experience and expresses everything while somehow maintaining function as a solid battle record. Rashad has pushed this genre of music so far. rest in peace.
Utomica

Utomica

February 16, 2016
Does anyone else experience tracking problems on Rollin'? Skipping and distortion right 1 min or so into the track? Any opinions of the quality of the pressing?
Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions.
JosFowl

JosFowl

July 6, 2015
On the track Rollin does anyone else's cut out sooner then it should? Its like an immediate stop, think it might be a pressing issue?
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

July 6, 2013
edited over 6 years ago
Chicago footwork is finally coming onto its own. It's like what dubstep was in the UK in 2006 - something different and fresh for the dance music scene. Smart move by Hyperub to recognize the changing times and adopt a new sound. In particular, pay attention to the mesmerizing "Let It Go" found on this record.