E-Zee Possee ‎– Everything Begins With An 'E'

More Protein ‎– PROT1-12, More Protein ‎– PROT 1-12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single

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A Everything Begins With An 'E'
Vocals [Uncredited] – MC Kinky
B1 Everything Begins With An 'E' (Instrumental) 5:21
B2 Everything Begins With An 'E' (Beats) 6:53

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B2 is basically the same track as A with about 20 seconds edited away from the middle of the track.
Durations do not appear on the release.

℗ & © 1989 Virgin Records Ltd.
Manufactured in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012980 011261
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): A̶L̶ ̶5̶A̶ ̶-̶1̶U̶-̶1̶-̶1̶ PROT 112 A-1U-1-1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): A̶L̶ ̶5̶B̶ ̶-̶1̶U̶-̶1̶-̶1̶ PROT 112 B-1U-1-1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): PROT1-12 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): PROT1-12 B


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September 6, 2020
Awesome Song

Originally released in 1988 for Djs. Then 1989 as a single. But did not chart in the UK top 75 in 1989.
But was released in 1990-91 and was supported by a cool video with a lot of glitter.

Interestingly the refrain is borrowed from the robinson crusoe Theme from the 60s.

reached #15 in the UK Charts in the 90s


January 23, 2020
buyers beware - i ordered this record the fifth (!!) time - and all five copies are completely fucked trash full of scratches, abrasion, oxidation. due to the thin sleeve without inner and the cheap treatment of the sellers through the years it's almost impossible to receive even a solid VG+ copy.
best is you order it 200 times, maybe theres one in it .. lol.. BE WARNED ..


April 21, 2019
Anyone have the date of the first release in '89? As with many old house tracks, I think I'm sure (!) the track in some form was played in clubs earlier, this one during '88. So maybe there are some earlier white label discs still around? In any case, white label or not numerous DJs often had pre-release vinyl even months before commercial sale release. Sometimes even before that there were earlier versions played in underground clubs, often on tape in-between vinyl. Some dance artists would test early versions of their music in clubs to see how it worked and at times DJs who were close with producers would be given or just grab some an early version on some medium and get it out on club nights. Another old phenomenon is that sometimes some dance artists would use that kind of exposure to get their tracks released in vinyl. Men from the labels would be there to hear the early versions, sometimes quite a few artists' tracks going on the same night.

Anyway I'm fairly sure I heard some early version of this even back at the end of summer '88, which I think was before More Protein was founded and before George's own big "After the Love" track really hit the underground dance clubs. I had a white label of that track in the final version ’10 Glorious Years’ mix, bought in early '89 but again it probably came from mid to late '88 (no way to tell).


April 15, 2015

All i can say is, if you were there at the time of release you would know what a massive track this was & how important it is to the UK Acid House scene of early 89'. Simple!


September 3, 2012
this tune's alright i spose..' but i prefer the renegade soundwave mix, so get that one man,trust me.


May 24, 2003
Banned by Radio 1 from airplay on it's channels. Oddly enough, in an interview MC Kinky proclaimed that she had never even tried Ecstasy 'When it was written'
Wether that suggests subsequent abstinence, I do not know...