Neuromancer ‎– Pennywise Remixes

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Symphony Sound Records ‎– SYM 004
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Label:
Symphony Sounds 081-654-4652

Mobile 0374 146746

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An extra track is included after The Clown Mix ends, this short reprise is not included on the label credits.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): SYM 004 — A1 PR-M D
  • Matrix / Runout (AA Side): SYM 004 — AA1 PR-M E

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dunstable

dunstable

May 3, 2019
MegaCity on the ball - the Clown mix is basically a re-edit of the original..... but better - you, sir, have a fine taste in music
MegaCity

MegaCity

May 1, 2019
The clown mix is the one! Original is timeless but the Clown Mix is just perfect
ryanpurdy123

ryanpurdy123

January 29, 2014
The best jungle/techno tune ever by far classic.
All is needed is a sound system the size of a house and 100s of people raving into late sunday afternoon.
Choc1ce

Choc1ce

May 26, 2013
Another classic tune. Mixmag claimed that The Prodigy killed rave with Charly, and set off that trend of annoying kid's TV themed rave tunes such as Shaft's Rhubarb and Custard.

Well what a way of rebelling against 'kiddie rave', sample Stephen King's IT! I'm glad I have a repress of this.
classictraxuk

classictraxuk

April 21, 2011
It's 1993. I walked into Black Market records in my lunch break and went downstairs, where Ray Keith and Nicky Blackmarket were doing their thing behind the counter.

This tune was being played at full blast, upon which I yelled, I'll have a copy of this, to which Nicky screamed back, you'll need the original as well, slapping both on the counter.

How my hearing still works I don't know, but Pennywise sums up 1993 hardcore in an instant.
sy1975

sy1975

November 23, 2007

So Is the Micky Finn or Clown remix better than the original? Its up to you, all I can say is this release as well as the original mix was 92 UK hardcore/drum and bass at its very best. A massive anthem, fantastic dark film samples (from the Stephen King book/film "IT") swirling basslines, tight drum loops that was caned all over the country by the hardcore and Techno DJ's. A must have 12" that still sounds quality today.