Dr. S. Gachet ‎– Remember The Roller / Touch My Toes - '95 Mix

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Audio Maze ‎– AUMR 001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Remember The Roller
Engineer – Steve Gurley
AA Touch My Toes - '95 Mix
Engineer – Bo*, Simon*

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Distributed by Vinyl Distribution.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Machine stamped side A): AUMR 001 A-01-01-1
  • Matrix / Runout: (Machine stamped side AA): AUMR 001 AA-01-01-1

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TRAINSPOTTER47

TRAINSPOTTER47

November 4, 2017
edited 3 months ago

lol £125 from HOLYPANTS and some-one bought it wtf, farce!
Gprojects

Gprojects

September 30, 2016
dance floor damage ..... the breakbeat / amen riddim just kills it .....
Lixx

Lixx

July 16, 2015

I love the reese/hoover bassline, and it's appeared in so many great tracks over the years- but without a doubt this track shows it's use most effectively. The bassline just absolutely resonates and explodes on dancefloors. One of the greatest things about this track though is the crisp but simple drum programming. Rather than overpower the track, Gachet kept it simple and it really showcases that bassline. 'Remember the Roller' is such a joy to mix into any set and one my all time favorite tracks.
masaq

masaq

April 16, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

An absolutely banging release. Caned by the AWOL Crew and subsequently by everyone else in 95', I would love to know how many times this tune has been reloaded down the years...... An acceptable playing copy these days is going to cost you. But it's worth every penny. And if you can afford the money for a mint or near mint copy, you won't regret it. If like me you're an old roller, this definitely has to go in your box. Remember the Roller? Indeed. Unforgettable.
Mr_Geese

Mr_Geese

November 3, 2012

great tune, but how is it rare?

look at the numbers, 198 have 146 want, how people are asking more than a tenner for this i dont know.

southcoastvinyls

southcoastvinyls

December 9, 2011
Huge old skool jungle classic- manages to have the roughness of the jungle sound with an intelligent drum n bass sound as well- all over an amazing rolling track that brings amazing memories back of World Dance/ AWOL raves from back in the day in 95- remember Randall playing it and MC GQ reloading it 5 times :) rare as it gets to get in nice condition though, huge track!