Johnny Vicious ‎– Frozen Bass Volume 1

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Vicious Muzik Records ‎– JV-002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 The Swing 5:04
A2 Believe This 11:00
B1 Too Much Lovin' 8:00
B2 Hype 6:01
B3 Hype (Factory Mix) 4:10

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℗ Johnny Vicious for Vicious Muzik Records, Inc.
Pressed at Europadisk, NYC, New York

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 69788-4667-1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): JV-002-A Europadisk NY USA 8603 𝄞
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): JV-002-B Europadisk NY USA 8603 𝄞

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DayTrip

DayTrip

January 17, 2016
'believe this' uses the same vocal as the Fierce Ruling Diva's "you gotta believe (the atomic slide) " from 1992. As far as I know THAT is the original. Many people know that to be a rave anthem as well.
DJ Onionz also remixed that FRD track as a song on Imperial Dub Recordings
dmp

dmp

December 19, 2015

"Believe This" contains samples of Todd Terry's "Warlock" (1988) and of course the infamous samples of "Bob James - Take Me to the Mardi Gras" (1975).
seanb003

seanb003

April 9, 2015
Uuuuuh...Smylz has a strong point..."Believe This" is not just the best track on this LP, it's one of the greatest Rave Anthems ever created. If you heard it (at a rave) while in the middle of 3000 people, bouncing up and down...then, well, you know.
lhalha

lhalha

May 7, 2008
Not disagreeing with the previous reviewer, but "The Swing" is a brilliant track that will instantly bring a party to life. It uses a really bugged out sampled disco break and a frenzied guitar riff loop with the vocal hook "swing to the music", then drops a classic 4x4 before getting a little lost in a bit of a dreary organ loop, at which point most DJs move on to something else. A real energetic party track and great to use as a first tune to blow away the previous DJ. You just need to make sure you have some more tunes that keep up the frenzied pace...
Smylz

Smylz

January 27, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

"Believe This" is the track to buy this record for. Through out the song it gradually slows down into a "Peter Piper" hip-hop beat and then speeds back up to the original catchy techno-house beat.