Plez ‎– Can't Stop

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Loaded Records ‎– L 001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Credits

  • Written By – Plez / Woodley

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Published by Plez Music
(BMI) Licensed from Plezure Records, NY

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PLZ-S-002 Plez Can't Stop(12") Plezure Records PLZ-S-002 US 1990 Sell This Version
Bush 1004 Plez Can't Stop(12") Bush Bush 1004 UK 1993 Sell This Version
MC004 Plez Can't Stop(12") Mint Condition (2) MC004 UK 2017 Sell This Version
Bush 1004 Plez Can't Stop(12", TP) Bush Bush 1004 UK Unknown Sell This Version
Bush 1004 Plez Can't Stop(12", RP, Bla) Bush Bush 1004 UK Unknown Sell This Version

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gyruss2000

gyruss2000

June 30, 2015

I believe Altern8 got siren sample from this track. In fact many DJs sampled from this track. Nonetheless love this original one.
mrprelude

mrprelude

May 4, 2011
I haven't forgotten about it. I loved it. And still do.
silentrunning

silentrunning

August 17, 2010
One of the most underrated and forgotten tracks of the early rave era. I remember I heard this the first time at Raindance in Barking. That siren noise just tore the place apart; everyone stopped and thought WTF. Totally minimalist production, sounded like it had been thrown together on a four track; there was nothing like it before it came along, and nothing like it afterwards either!
double-happiness

double-happiness

April 25, 2008

Fatboyhurst is so right, this is just an absolute classic by anybody's standards, the introduction just makes the hairs on my arms and the back of my neck stand up! With the spooky synths and really wild tribal breakdown, drum machines, and sampled vocals, in some ways this is 'kitchen sink' production, as in just throw it all into the mix and see if it works, on the other hand it sounds so sparse and minimal by today's standards! Whatever your take on it, you were going to stop in your tracks and listen. [Respect to John Peel for getting this onto radio 1, rest in peace]
Fatboyhurst

Fatboyhurst

November 17, 2007

A timeless classic,and one that i remember well from the old skool raving days,first heard this at an illegal rave in some dungeon somewhere...With its atmospheric beginning and its deep bassline that just rolls and rolls,the rainforest mix never bores me and a track that i am always spinning,A 12" that all old skool Dj's should have in there locker.
And with the added acapella's of sorts,a great addition,and useful for mixing you own tunes up.
One of my favourites