House Syndicate ‎– Jam The Mace

Dopewax ‎– DW-005
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Side M.A.D.D.
A1 Jam The Mace 6:00
A2 Chicanos II 4:30
Side Dope
B1 Freestyle Bongo 5:45
B2 Just A 909 5:06

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Produced & mixed at Dungeon Tape, B-B-Brooklyn...
Dope Thanx to: KAB-ONE, DJ Mike (2 Steps) Tee & Harry Stanley
Pub. by Mystarz Ltd.

1990 Dopewax Records - A Div. of Nugroove Records

**** unspecified note :
"Jam The Mace" contains vocal snippets taken from "Pump Up The Jam" track; (Manuela Barbra Moasco Kamosi aka "Ya Kid K").

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): DW-005A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): DW-005B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): DW 005 A F/W MJS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): DW 005 B F/W MJS

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April 24, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Jam The Mace itself is a bit crap imo, especially after sampling that very famous vocal. Very overrated over the years. All tracks are very basic and tracky. More DJ tools than anything else to be fair.

Prefer the other more freestyle / electro track, namely "Freestyle Bongo" present on this release. Also very simplistic, but contains enough space and reverb, perfect for a large echoing warehouse as the bass drums and snares can really be exprerienced.

P.S. Even though this was fully released in 1990 and evidently presented like this on discogs. It was rather popular during 1989's summer of love and thereafter. I'm assuming another pressing, a pre-release of sorts, was doing the rounds. Or the white label version is incorrectly listed under the wrong year. As many a DJ played it in their sets. In clubs, raves and on pirate radio.


March 16, 2017
A real gem when only beats can be used. Such feeling in a simple beat track. Golden release.