Kenny Hawkes & Louise Carver ‎– Play The Game

Label:
Music For Freaks ‎– MFF12022
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Play The Game
B Play The Dub

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Notes

Engineered & programmed @ Sonica Studios, London, UK.

A: 45 rpm. B: 33 rpm.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): MFFI2022-A 45 lopsided@SMS MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): MFFI2022-B 33 MPO
  • Barcode: 50385780302207

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SNAPONEUTI

SNAPONEUTI

July 24, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
THIS RECORD ROCKS NO MATTER WHAT ANYBODY SAYS OR HATES ON IT, I DOUBT THAT WHEN U ROCK IT ON THE DANCE FLOOR,PEOPLE R WORRIED ABOUT IF THE BEAT OR SAMPLE IS OR WAS TOOK FROM WHOEVER, THEY JUST WANNA GET DOWN TO IT,GOOD JOB KENNY HAWKES!!!!!!!!R.I.P. LOVE YOUR LIFE,,SNAP UTI L.A. P.S. HOW CAN I FORGET THE LOVELY LOUISE CARVER,,,GREAT JOB AZ WELL!!!!!!!
anonymus

anonymus

May 23, 2003
I don´t see a rip off. The only thing in common with "Contemplation" is the beat. House music is done with samples in most cases - I´m sure King Britt has used 1 or 2 samples in his career, too. :-)
You´d better check the song, voice and bassline - I´m just a little bit annoyed by this chord...but the vocals are dope. Louise, we want more!
metagruen

metagruen

March 28, 2003
Though this record is an obvious rip-off of the Johs One Contemplation King Britt Remix you have to admit, that it's better to steal a succesful piece and make a good record (and it's a club hit) than to start on your own and produce something terrible.
Still. It is a rip-off.