Fierce Ruling Diva ‎– Rubb It In

React ‎– 12 REACT 3
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single

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A1 Rubb It In (Frank De Wulf's Air-plain Mix)
Remix – Frank De Wulf
A2 Dubb It In (Bonus Beats) 3:56
AA1 Rubb It In (FRD Subtopia Mix)
Remix – XLR-8 (2)
AA2 Rubb It In (Original Mix) 5:08



Recorded at Portland Studios, Amsterdam. A1 - Recorded at HPF, Ghent.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021620 916026
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021620916026

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMI 9075 Fierce Ruling Diva Rubb It In(12") Music Man Records MMI 9075 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
none Fierce Ruling Diva Rubb It In(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label none 1996 Sell This Version
12 REACT R3 Fierce Ruling Diva Rubb It In (Remixes)(12", TP, W/Lbl) React 12 REACT R3 UK 1992 Sell This Version
SEC018 Fierce Ruling Diva Rubb It In 2010(6xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Secure Recordings SEC018 Netherlands 2010
TRIP 429-8 Fierce Ruling Diva Rubb It In Remixes(CDr, Promo) Spiritual Records TRIP 429-8 Netherlands 2007 Sell This Version


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March 27, 2018

Huge tune, that's all about the massive synths that just fill the room.
Track has a great energy to it too with its driving rhythms topped off with the vocals.
You can take your pick on the mixes, but the Original is the one for me, followed by Frank De Wulfs remix.
A true early 90's classic.


January 5, 2018
massive anthem love this 1
forget the remixes go for original
you'll get the shock of your life...


December 17, 2015

The vocals are sampled from the legendary "Dish Appella" (Loleatta Holloway) from My Loleatta.


March 19, 2004
edited over 4 years ago

If you're a fan of this classic track and want to own it, I suggest that you go for the original dutch pressing on Lower East Side Records. The mastering on the Lower East Side release is really phat and those stabs contain that deep reverb made for large warehouse scenarios, which is shamefully lacking on this release. Not forgetting another two wicked tracks on the original. This basically sounds like it's been re-played or remade from scratch with less "width" in the mastering on a lesser studio somewhere and not from the original masters. For completists only.


November 2, 2003
The notes refer to the white label, as the copy I own DOES have info on the label, with the label logo and everything. This will propably be the version that you see, should you be fortunate enough to see/get one.

The FRD Subtopia mix is very good, being a "hardcore" version of the title track. It's basically a stripped down version with a BIG 909 kickdrum and hard processing on the Stab - Excellent.

All up, the original is still the best though, bringing back fond memories to those who were lucky enough to have heard this track out, back in the day in '91 :)'ll get the shock of your life...