Goldie / Source Direct ‎– This Is A Baad / The Cult (Remixes)

Razors Edge ‎– RAZORS 003
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Goldie This Is A Baad Rmx
Remix – Source DirectWritten-By, Producer – Goldie, R. Playford*
AA1 Source Direct The Cult Remix (The Initiation Test)
Written-By, Producer – Source Direct

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© 1996 Metalheadz Music Ltd.
℗ 1996 Metalheadz Music Ltd.
Made in England

A1: Published Warner Chappell music / Moving Shadow music.
AA1: Copyright Control

Label on side AA states "AA1 - THAT SIDE" but should read "AA1 - THIS SIDE". (The first 3 main releases on this label all had this typo error on the labels).

Issued in a Razors Edge die cut sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): RAZORS 003 A-1-1- 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): RAZORS 003 B-1-1- 1



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May 12, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Not reviewed until 2015... What the? Both these tunes are exemplary Source Direct of the 96 era. Although SD are masters of the amen and The Cult is truly deep, for me the best track here is This Is a Baad remix. Its the perfect Goldie / SD blend of the Funky Mule break, edited till its falling over itself and surround sound fizzing sound FX and vocals. Top quality work from the masters. There was a point around late 95-97 that D&B picked up the pace production wise and things went off the scale - this stuff does not sound 20 years old and will probably never date.

That said, the Cult remix is a killer tune of the time when SD went all Far Eastern and mixes really well into Photek's The Water Margins amen section.