Hans G.* ‎– Anything You Like

SSR Records ‎– 12 SSR 119, SSR Records ‎– 12 S S R 119
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 A 1 5:47
B1 B 1 6:06
B2 B 2 3:27

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B2: Sleeve=B 2, Centre labels=B2

Produced at SSR Studios Belgium

Published by Les Editions De La Bascule
℗ 1991 SSR / Crammed Discs
© 1991 SSR / Crammed Discs

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 410377 519060
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SSR 119-A 08 30651 20 1A1 HCB872848 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 12 SSR 119-B # 08 30651 20 2B1 HCB872848 A
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
  • Other (Identifier from labels): 08-030651-20
  • Other (Identifier from sleeve): 08-030651


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May 27, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

For me it's all about B1. It just seems to cruise along more smoothly and that grinding bassline synth creates a driving, dirty funk lacking on A1.

A1 suspiciously sounds like it was sampled on Hedgehog Affair, Sounds Of House track, although can't confirm that.

B2 is more a bonus track, but is interesting nonetheless. Quite sparse in production. Like the other tracks still retains that spiralling xylophone/chime sound but more so on the electro techno tip and nothing like the Belgian techno madness of the other two tracks.


December 2, 2014
First heard A1 on Colin Dale's Abstrakt Dance (radikal radio, them were the days :-) show sometime in '91 ... straight up Belgian stomper but with some nice acidic undertones/relief (actually sounds like a bit of Acid Thunder in there at one point). There's also the (warning, poor description alert!) 'twittery' 'manipulated xylophone?' sound (well, similar) that Robert Gorl used in Psycho a couple of years later in here. B1 sounds like a remix with added chimes. B2, rediscovered today, is a nice little instrumental electro-tech track. The following release, Apache, on an oldskool housey tip has some well known UK hardcore sounds (Playing With Knives/Somebody Scream) and might also be worth checking if you don't know it.