Origin Unknown ‎– Eastern Promise EP

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Vinyl, 12", EP, White Label, Unofficial Release, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Eastern Promise (Mix 1) 6:03
A2 Eastern Promise (Mix 2) 5:01
B1 Losing U (Mix 1) 5:22
B2 Losing U (Mix 2) 6:12

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RAMM 002A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RAMM 002B

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RAMM 002 Origin Unknown Eastern Promise EP(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) RAM Records RAMM 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version
RAMM 002 Origin Unknown Eastern Promise EP(12", TP, EP, W/Lbl) RAM Records RAMM 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version

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pinhead1000

pinhead1000

July 29, 2015
tracks on my booty are on the opposite sides are they all the like that???
masaq

masaq

April 7, 2015

Totally agree with Tonberry Kid's review below. To get an 'official' version of this release you looking at silly money. I purchased a copy of this bootleg for fifteen quid and the quality is nearly as good as the original. Unless you are an Idiot Savant, you won't be able to tell the difference lol. Track A1 is the tune that everyone remembers from 92'/93'. Caned by every DJ back then and rightly so. Do not underestimate the strength of the rest of this EP though. These four tracks along with Valley of the Shadows and Truly One are among Origin Unknown's best early releases. Top drawer. If you want a copy of this EP to just mix yourself, then this is the way to go. Collectors will prefer the original, but for a few quid you can put a classic EP in your box. Win, win.
TennersTenTun

TennersTenTun

March 8, 2015

Class sounding press this one
tonberrykid

tonberrykid

January 3, 2012

High quality unofficial release at a greatly reduced price, i received my copy for a tenner (as opposed to hundreds) and i am very pleased, they won't be around long at that price, i would not have been too pleased paying much more. The quality is good, as with any bootleg not quite as clear as the original, but very close. Collectors won't be interested, but if, like me, you just want a good piece of vinyl to mix with, this is the way to go. Its a classic tune, and all four tracks are worth a listen, and are usable in the mix. For me track 1 on side A, THE classic i heard many a time in 92, on radio stations etc, and track 2 on the flip, superb. Eastern promise on a budget, all Win!