Mr. Scruff ‎– Get A Move On / Ug

Ninja Tune ‎– ZEN 12104
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A Get A Move On
B1 Ug
B2 Ug Beats



Track A: Published by Just Isn't Music/Fairwood Music/Jitney Jane Songs
Excerpts from "Lament No. 1: Bird's Lament" by Moondog used courtesy of Sony Classical, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Excerpts from "Hypin' Woman Blues", as performed by T-Bone Walker, used under license from Capitol Records, a division of Capitol Records Inc.

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  • Barcode: 5021392241166

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
zen 12104 Mr. Scruff Get A Move On / Ug(12", Single, Ltd, 180) Ninja Tune zen 12104 UK 2008 Sell This Version
RTD 132.3864.3 Mr. Scruff Get A Move On / Ug(CD, Single, Enh) Zomba Records RTD 132.3864.3 UK 2001 Sell This Version
zen cds104 Mr. Scruff Get A Move On / Ug(CD, Single, Enh) Ninja Tune zen cds104 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ZENDNLS 104 Mr. Scruff Get A Move On / Ug(3xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Ninja Tune ZENDNLS 104 UK Unknown
ZENCDS 104 Mr. Scruff Get A Move On / Ug(CD, Single, Enh, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCDS 104 UK 2001 Sell This Version


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September 22, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

What an astounding record by this quirky Mancunian genius. It's a piece of dancefloor genius that would rock any floor and yet it is also one of the most original timeless pieces of dance music from the last 5 years (if not the last decade!). Nothing else sounds like it. To utilise his great love of jazz and incorporate that into an awesome piece of chunky future funk that has a tremendous baseline and grooves the socks off most things that pass for dancing music today, is just marvellous. A tune and then some, that will always raise a smile and get that ass shaking, keeping it unreal!


July 7, 2002

Everyone should own this record. Mr Scruff is a genius, and you can't really disagree with records like this. "Get A Move On" is fantastically funky, a breaks 'n' jazz 'n' blues masterpiece that you never get bored of. And the b-side (Ug) is brilliant too, with its machinery chugs and hisses, with the mighty bass replacing the beats. Its a bit strange, but then the best records always are.