Inna Rhythm ‎– Carrie

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Tone Def Records (2) ‎– 017DJ
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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This Side
A Carrie
Written-By – Arif Salif, Matt Taylor (4), Steve Caddell
That Side
AA Infinity

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'Carrie' samples Sissy Spacek & Piper Laurie's dialogue from the movie 'Carrie'

'Carrie' was also released under the Spectrum (5) alias on Inna Rhythm Records in 1994 https://www.discogs.com/Spectrum-Paradise/master/64149

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chadallen

chadallen

April 29, 2018
This is one of those "dark" jungle classics (around the same era as Ed Rush's Bludclot Art Attack) that has stood the test of time. The eerie synth intro is beautiful. Inna Rhythm also ditch the tried-and-tested amen breaks that dominated the scene in favour of at least three fairly rare breaks instead; the second breakbeat kicks in at around 1:50, and is a wonderful shuffly jazz break; the third kicks in at about 2:55 minutes and rattles around in the mix in a wonderful fashion, which is perhaps reminiscent of Instra:Mental's Darkestral output.

This has all the hall marks of a dark jungle classic : interesting and unique drum work and eerie horror movie samples. But it excels beyond that with the aforementioned quality synth work.
Bigchamp69

Bigchamp69

October 16, 2017
edited over 3 years ago

Carrie is classic! A technical piece of music thats subtle at the same time, brings back lots of memories. A classic undercover tune no one really mentions.