Pascal & Sponge ‎– Raw Basics / Red Face

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Face Records ‎– FACE 002
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Raw Basics
B Red Face

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Wolfy666

Wolfy666

April 28, 2016
Anyone know where that amen break come from? it's different than the usual ones
jbrian09

jbrian09

February 25, 2016
Can anyone get the orld dance sets during 1993. The only thing online seems to be the Mickey Finn and GQ set.
masaq

masaq

January 22, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

This version was an absolute classic back in the day. People confuse this tune with the Tango remix which is also a great tune, but I prefer this original version. So many top DJs played this, although I personally remember Randall spinning this and sending everyone mental. The eerie breakdown has such a strange feel to it, almost like something I heard in my childhood but can't quite put my finger on. Top tune, stood the test of time and is only going to become more and more sought after. 30 quid plus already for a decent copy. Only going to go up in price,so grab a copy now. Essential for any old school jungle DJ.
numnuts001

numnuts001

October 7, 2014
This is a wicked tune, but in my opinion the much underrated tango remix of raw basics is the better version. Check it out on face records!
sy1975

sy1975

February 12, 2011

Always found this an easy tune to mix in with the opening drum pattern it could easily be played about with in the mix and for a bedroom DJ always sounded good in the mix. The tune itself is so typical of Pascal and Sponge, the programming and drum patterns are very tight, the record is also very atmospheric but tough elements are introduced to keep you moving. A very imotive record and well worth tracking down.