Engineers Without Fears ‎– Spiritual Aura / Rhythm

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Dee Jay Recordings ‎– DJX 0015
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Spiritual Aura
Producer – DJ Rap & AstonWritten-By – DJ Rap
5:27
B Rhythm
Written-By, Producer – DJ Rap & Aston
5:41

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'Spiritual Aura' samples:
Vocal from Big Daddy Kane - Raw

'Rhythm' samples:
Vocal from Mary Davis - If You Want My Love To Last

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  • Barcode: 5 022208 999844 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AST 001-A-¹ DJX-0015-A PA7474
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AST 001-AA-¹ DJX-0015-AA PA7474

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djpesk

djpesk

July 29, 2016
I remember walking into Tempest Records (Birmingham) in 1993/4 and just picking this amongst some tracks that I couldn't be arsed to wait in the queue to listen to before buying. Rarely happens these days but there's nothing like getting home with a load of random vinyl that could be great or shite, and ending up with something like this pounding through the speakers.
Pleinmont

Pleinmont

April 6, 2016
2 of my favourite tracks from back then.
Both these tracks have Pete Parsons (Voyager) engineering trademark flair written all over them and just show his influence in the deeper sound that was emerging in 93-94. His sound and production was also stamped across the whole of DJ Crystl's catalogue in a similar way. Genius engineer and king of the breakdown!
rage

rage

December 17, 2015
There were represses in 1995, identical but the labels were flipped (logo on Spiritual Aura side).
merrimaker9

merrimaker9

March 9, 2014

Big end of 93 start of 94 anthem , one of them tracks you drop with lord of the null lines, renegade snares, champion sound, dark stranger, music box & music . All about the anthems !!!
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

August 31, 2013

Rap & Aston's finest moment, those layred lush pads got you rushin!
Duds1

Duds1

June 19, 2012
Track A Is tripping. Track B Turned me to Drum and Bass and Jungle. More to say?
stantonbasher

stantonbasher

January 21, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
Well side A is a masterpiece really i am suprised to find that no one has posted a comment or review about this tune ..i feel the A side was slightly ahead of its time,its just when the drum and bass had been born and it had a differant sound to what I no as jungle, a clever and intelligent easy flowing tune, a deep bass line with a nice easy slappy breakbeat,and a reach for the sky breakdown - nearly every jungle tape i brought in 93-94 had this tune on it,it was well rinsed out by the top DJs .side B a little darker and not that well known ...its all about spiritual aura.