Flipped Out ‎– Everybody Is Somebody

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Ark Recordings ‎– ARK 004
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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COPYWRITE CONTROL

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A / B: 45rpm / 33rpm

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 025481 000467 >
  • Barcode (String): 5025481000467

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johnnybrookes70

johnnybrookes70

January 22, 2018

pure musical bliss absolute classic belter of a tune very nice indeed
Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

June 10, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Rob T if you're reading this please do a repress run. You'd shift at least 600 here on Discogs via Bandcamp. I'd happily pay £15 inc shipping for a new copy. Just a thought!
Ivan_James

Ivan_James

June 9, 2016
This tune is absolutely amazing. Still love to hear it to this day. One of my favorite pieces of vinyl for sure.
gn_king

gn_king

May 21, 2016
Rave in a box. Has all the elements required from back in the day. Boy were we spoiled!!
sideshow

sideshow

May 4, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
I remember playing this at one of our warehouse parties in Sydney back in the early 90's, dropping in Martin Sheen's "Saigon,shit....I'm still only in Saigon" over the helicopters just before the alarm came in - place went OFF !! Aaah happy days :)
DigitalBuzz

DigitalBuzz

July 14, 2013
This song was an absolute monster in Orlando, FL where the rave scene exploded in the early 90's. Back in the day I used it to think it was actually 2 separate songs. I guess I thought DJs always just played them together? When the helicopter sample comes in leading to the alarm sounding bell, the dancefloor would erupt. This is a masterclass in samples, pianos and what it meant to rave.
sy1975

sy1975

November 29, 2007

What a great label and a fantastic release from Flipped Out. This track is like a journey, it starts with a nice tough 4/4 breakbeat, drops into a atmospheric breakdown starts up again, building and building to a spine tingerling piano break, with helicopter and explosion samples your back dancing again moving towards a climax. Uplifting but not cheesy, this IMHO was what Progreesive House was all about circa 1993. Its also worth hunting down Flipped Out's other release's on Ark Recordings and Fourth Wave.