King Dale ‎– Fuckface

Label:
Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT 037
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Purple Transparent
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Logo Side:
A1 Fuckface (2 Fast For Mellow Mix)
Remix – Koen Groeneveld, DJ Paul*, 2 Fast For Mellow*
4:50
A2 Utter (Reyes/Van Dale Remix)
Remix – Van Dale*, Reyes
5:00
A3 Fuckface (Neophyte Mix)
Remix – Neophyte
4:54
Other Side:
B1 Fuckface (Original Idea Mix) 5:39
B2 Move It (Loeihard Mix) 3:52
B3 Bonus (Breakbeat Nix) 6:48

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Credits

Notes

King Dale is: Erik de Koning & Mark van Dale.
Publishing by Reyes/Turbulentie Music
Distribution by Midtown Distribution

Made in Holland

Special thanks to our supporters:
Reyes (Erik & Guido), Koen G., DJ Paul, Gizmo,
Darkraver, Michel de H, Mid-Town Records, Discotheque
The Blue Lagoon (Hans, Alan, Dennis), Christina,
Gandola (our most dedicated supporter), Edwin de Lang,
Marco Witkamp, DJ Maurice, Stadsradio, Angela
(IT's fantastic), Erik Cross, Ricky Romana, Radio
Stad Den Haag, Peter Pernet, DJ Panic, and anyone
who payed DFL 16.95 for this record. Buy, Buy !!!
(read: bye bye)

This is the clear purple vinyl. Also available on black vinyl

The guitar sample used in Fuckface is originally from The Romantics and What I Like About You.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 8713299000188
  • Barcode (Text): 8 713299 000188
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A-sibe): ROT 037-A HCB 874129
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): ROT 037-B HCB 874129

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ROT 037 King Dale Fuck Face(6xFile, MP3, 320) Rotterdam Records ROT 037 Netherlands 2011
ROT 037 King Dale Fuckface(12") Rotterdam Records ROT 037 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version

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hyperreal

hyperreal

February 12, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Fuckface is alright, not too cheesy and all the right sounds for a good hardcore gabber track. Obligatory shouting and gimmicky guitar riffs etc. Actually works very well. 2 fast for mellow is probably the choice version. By a mile though, Utter is the standout track. Beautiful guitar riff (Hawkwind maybe?) over a hefty gabber bassline using samples from of all things Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson from The Young Ones: "It's fantastic!" and "Right kids if you don't buy this record you are an utter utter utter ..." and the genius is then looping "utter" back into the riff as a crazy almost hi-hat sequence. Rik Mayall never sounded so good. 5/5 for Utter alone. By way of a bonus though in comes the aptly named track Bonus. It's an excellent old skool breakbeat tune sounding just like Isotonik or similar. Only 130bpm so they're clearly just showing off now. An EP full of surprises.
Sick-DJ

Sick-DJ

June 28, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Hard, harder and even beyond the hardest. Until you hear the bonus fuckface on the flipside. It's more a "Grooveyard- Mary go wild" kinda track. It was actually used in the clubscene and you can even find the track on the Erik E part of Three DJ's in a box. They never aspected that to happen in Rotterdam and most club DJ's never aspected to actualy own a gabberrecord...