Mystery Man / 1st Prodject ‎– The Unreleased Prodjects

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Ninety Two Retro ‎– 9T2R 005
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Notes

Love E (Remix) had appeared on Essential Drum 'n' Bass in 1995 as 'First Prodject - Right B4 Remix', which are an artist - title variation of the AA1 track here.

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  • Other (Run-Out Etchings Side A): 9T2R 005 A CURVED MPO
  • Other (Run-Out Etchings Side AA): 9T2R 005 AA CURVED MPO

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djrobovw1

djrobovw1

December 1, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

awesome record, manly for the amazing remix of right before. i like the love E, for the samples of - OMD* - Souvenir (Synth).
my uploaded Tracks playing in playlist.
hamsolo

hamsolo

August 17, 2017
Great record, a shame this and most of Ninety Two Retro continue to be sold at utterly extortionate prices. Not content with ripping people off with classic Hardcore, sellers can now move with the times and rip people off with contemporary old skool harcore.
djcomplex01

djcomplex01

December 1, 2012

The proper title of the this release is The Unreleased Prodjects as i got hold of a copy when it was finale released , I have also talked to to the man who made this release possible ,
Who ever has changed the title for what ever reason is wrong !!
Change it back you have edited the picture on here !!
You ain't fooling no one mate !!
yvaN_ehT_nioJ

yvaN_ehT_nioJ

September 18, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

It's going to be more of the same with this review here. All three tracks on this EP are excellent.

The A side is a wonderful, rushy track full of the happy vibes that '92 tunes had tons of.

On the AA side, this mix of Right Before is awesome, better than the remix that was released back in '92 in my opinion. Why Tim Taylor didn't release it then, I don't know. But it is a frenetic track that is sure to please. DJ Business, it was probably my least favorite track on the ep, but that's not saying much as I liked it as well.

And honestly, if you managed to find your way to this page then you're probably after this release and thus this review of course doesn't really help too much. =)

It's a good record, if only it was slightly cheaper! But, this is coming from a kid from the US so for me, S&H and the disparity between the dollar and pound make everything foreign expensive for me.
CyborgThomas

CyborgThomas

March 12, 2011
three excellent tracks, The Love E Remix was the classic track played by Grooverider at Mythology The Return Of A Legend from 29th May 1992. DJ Business, another massive tune played by LTJ Bukem at Obsession The Third Dimension from 30th October 1992.
daveman_tx

daveman_tx

January 22, 2011
edited over 8 years ago

The A side Love E remix is an absolute killer track, as is the AA side Right Before, and DJ business needs no comment. Well worth buying if you can get a copy! Nice one Dave Elusive :)
DJQUICKLUNG

DJQUICKLUNG

January 15, 2011

If i could give this 100 on the ratings section i would. Bravo and 3 cheers for sorting this out and finally after 19 years getting 2 tunes cut that are so deserved to be and were just wasted being unreleased or only on acetate dub plates that only the BIG GUN DJ's had back in 1992. This Label seems to have pulled out all the stops on this release and id presume a lot of effort as well. This is now a well established label for the fans and id say for those that know the tunes that have been repressed on this label are quite remarkable. Can't wait to see what might be next for this Label!
:-)
NinetyTwoRetro

NinetyTwoRetro

January 2, 2011

I thought I'd explain the reason for the dedication on this release.
In August 1991 I went to Spiral Tribe's Torpedo Town rave in Liphook in the south of England
Dinah Mcnicol also went to this rave & she was last seen hitch hiking home, then she vanished without a trace
During the rest of 1991 & 1992 I used to see her missing posters at various raves I went too
Dinah's photos always haunted me & I wondered where she had gone too.
In November 2007 her body was found buried in Peter Tobin's Garden.

During the press coverage of her discovery I saw this quote.....

"Dinah McNicol: A bright, kind lover of rave music"

So I thought a fitting tribute would be to put her name on this release

R.I.P. Dinah
jim8o

jim8o

December 30, 2010
yes purchased 2 copies!! had to be done!! wanted that love e remix since the day i heard grooverider smash it hard at the book of love back in 92!!!no wonder why i could not find it!! being a mispress on fokus!!! thanx to dave.. mr elusive.. he has been brilliant../.. respect...
woodyglobaluk

woodyglobaluk

December 13, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

If you dont have this i suggest you snap up a copy before they dry out.The 2 Unreleased remixs are superb 92 tracks and im just gratefull i snapped my copy up when i did, then as a little bonus you get the awesome Dj Business as a bonus track on the EP.If you have never purchased any of 9T2R or Sublogic Recordings previous releases then i also suggest you check the rest of them out as the professional remastering from the original DATs is outstanding you might also take a peak at 7th Storey Projects, LikeMinded Records who just recently released 2 amazing rareitys on this label remasterd from the original DATs like all the above from the original artists.Big shout To Dave, Will and Simon the owners of the above mentioned labels, 3 Awesome Stables!!!!!!!!!!