House Pimps ‎– Zulu Rhythm E.P. - The Remixes

NOW! Records ‎– NOW! 01R CD

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1 Zulu Nation (Peace & Love Mix)
Remix – House Pimps
2 Zulu Nation (Strong Bass Mix)
Remix – House Pimps
3 Zulu Nation (Nicos Treatment)
Remix – Nico D'Acido
4 Zulu Nation (Africa Mix)
Remix – John Aquaviva*
5 Zulu Nation (Serious Mix)
Remix – Richard Michaels
6 Zulu Nation (Original Version) 4:24



(P)+(C) NOW! Records 1993

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 014235 184912
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6269

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HFD11050 House Pimps Zulu Rhythm E.P. - The Remixes (7xFile, MP3, EP, 320) High Fashion Digital HFD11050 Netherlands 2011
NOW! 01R House Pimps Zulu Rhythm E.P. (The Remixes)(12", EP) NOW! Records NOW! 01R Germany 1993 Sell This Version
ULRT 2001 House Pimps Zulu Nation(12") Underground Level Recordings ULRT 2001 UK 1993 Sell This Version
ULRT 2001 House Pimps Zulu Nation(12", Promo, Ltd, Mar) Underground Level Recordings ULRT 2001 UK 1993 Sell This Version
MMI 9374 House Pimps Zulu Nation(12") Music Man Records MMI 9374 Belgium 1993 Sell This Version


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January 13, 2014
Found this in the dollar bin at a local shop.
All the tracks on this EP are pure cheese except the Africa Mix, which somehow lives on today.
Dropping that bad boy at the right time can bring just the right amount of old-school flair into any set.


April 17, 2013

Probably a lot of people that are familiar with this release would choose the Original Version as the best mix and discard the other mixes as either average or boring. The Original Version is a pretty good funky House track with a lot of the condiments that makes it taste like music from the Early 90's. I do like the Original Version, but my favorite mix is the Africa Mix. A Deep House track with a standard tribal house drum loop, a very deep warmpad, a funky clap and a looped vocal repeating "Africa..." The trancey breakdown takes me into a deep, minimal journey.

Not much to say about the other mixes though. The Peace And Love Mix is a nice, but quite common early Eurodance track with a houser edge and standard Black male vocals found in a lot of House / Eurodance tracks.

The Serious Mix is a standard house track with a vocal repeating "Zulu Nation!" The Strong Bass Mix and Nicos Treatment version are pretty average and forgettable. Hard to describe both due them being boring and generic mixes of the Original Mix.

Not a gem, but for me, the Africa Mix stands out otherwise I would had rated this a 3/5. If you dig a little bit in other marketplaces, you can find this cheaper than what it sells for in discogs. I got my copy for 3 Euros about a year ago.