N.R.G. ‎– I Need Your Love / He Never Lost His Hardcore

Chill ‎– TUV 30
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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Published by Chill Music
℗ & © 1993 Chill Music
Made in England

Tracks A1 to A3 sample The Korgis' 1980 ballad "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime".

Remix names differ on record to those on the sleeve.
Mike Ink is credited as "Mark Ink" on the record, but correctly credited on sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021995 003062
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 30 A1 The Exchange - Nilz. Damont B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): TUV 30 AA1 The Exchange - Nilz. Damont B


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March 5, 2015
Tried and tested thumping club bangers. x2.


February 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
What a release this is. If you are patient you can pick it up pretty cheaply as it is not very rare, just pretty sought after. The main reason everyone wants this release is because you get two blinding tunes for the price of one. Never lost his hardcore is onbviously a massive club anthem, but for me I need your loving is the real killer. Forget the Baby D or Naughty Naughty version this is the one you are after. In truth this is the TWO you are after.

Easygroove caned the original mix in his Fantazia New Years Eve 92/93 set at Littlecote house and that version is the mad hardcore breakbeat version. The Mike Inc remix is the mad stomping hard techno version as favoured by Colin Faver and Colin Dale. Grab this beauty if you can, you will not be dissapointed.


April 17, 2002
Everyone knows this one! An international rave anthem with the mandatory pianos and chipmunks. I prefer the Naughty Naughty rip of it though. Never Lost His Hardcore is a much darker tune with a more four to the floor beat and a sample that says...well you can guess what it says.