High Contrast ‎– If We Ever b/w Pink Flamingos

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Hospital Records ‎– NHS123, Hospital Records ‎– NHS-123
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A If We Ever
Arranged By, Producer – Lincoln BarrettRecorded By [Vocals], Mixed By [Vocals] – LandslideVocals – Diane CharlemagneWritten-By – Aubrey Ayala*, Desi Caruso, Hector Ortiz*, Lincoln Barrett
5:22
B Pink Flamingos
Written-By, Producer – Lincoln Barrett
5:19

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(P)+(C) Hospital Records Limited 2007. All rights reserved.

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  • Barcode: 666017166162
  • Label Code: LC: 12939

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BlueMoonWax

BlueMoonWax

February 8, 2017
A guy I used to know would cain this in every set. Thing was, he always played loads of neuro stuff then would just drop this. Shows you what a massive tune it is. In a time when Jump-up was taking over, this was a real breath of fresh air. Reminds me a lot of Foul Play's remix of Renegade snares, same kind of structure.
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

October 29, 2014

Quality 1994 style jungle tune that was made in 2007. I like tunes like this that are done so flawlessly in an old style that it doesn't sound modern at all which is the way it should be. It sounds so true to 1994 that I don't think I'd want to mix it with any other era. The only other tune I heard recently like that was the Hornsey Hardcore 12" which doesn't sound a day past October 1st 1991 yet it came out this year (2014). The flip side of this record "Pink Flamingos" is not at all a 1994 jam but something that is ....well not my thing....
Onetime

Onetime

July 9, 2014

great tune, seems to have been inspired by Omni Trio - Renegade Snares and is a fine homage to that sound and era. A set ender if I ever I heard one.
MrBoomBoomBoom

MrBoomBoomBoom

February 3, 2014
this got rinsed at clash of the titans 06 along with swampthing. set of the night was high contrast with fearless
hutcho

hutcho

May 7, 2013
edited over 5 years ago

The cover for this release is also a nod back to the old Strictly Underground Records 'rave crowd' design as seen on each 12"/album release - using the white & black design as per the Strictly Hardcore sub-label.
one_foot_skanker

one_foot_skanker

March 5, 2011
Biggest thing to come out of drum and bass in the year 2007
theh0rse

theh0rse

January 11, 2011

Yup Wezzamoose is right, stunning A side! Old school vibes yet classy and reminisant sound.
High Contrast has produced some of the best singles this decade. Already a legend.
Wezzamoose

Wezzamoose

January 1, 2010
How has no-one commented on this absolute beautiful tune yet. My personal favourite of high contrast due to the diversity of all the elements he puts into it. Jungle style breaks, a calm yet bouncy bassline and Diane's vocals just make this one of the Drum N Bass anthems of all time.