Primetime (3) ‎– Time Trying

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RA - RE Productions ‎– RA.RE 08692
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Time Trying (Vocal) 5:17
A2 Time Trying (Instrumental) 5:17
B1 Time Trying (Dub) 5:10
B2 Time Trying (Dub Instrumental) 5:10

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Recorded And Mixed At Bonz - Rare Studio

Vocal sample from "I'm Not In Love" taken from the album Basscut - The Art Of War

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCDL 6351 Prime Time* Primetime EP(4xFile, WAV) OT Elenco SCDL 6351 Italy 2012
366158 5324102 Primetime (3) Time Trying(4xFile, WAV) Unistory Music 366158 5324102 Italy 2010

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rmount76

rmount76

March 5, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Everyone has their right to their own comments, but yours (itsemagain) are nothing but personal. Why the fuck bother commenting when your views are purely one sided and dare I say it non-dimensional ;0)

I can almost see your argument but there's too much slating to comprehend.

Mikey, I'm with you fella. I love this track. This tune is one of the extreme rarities. This is why you didn't hear it. I have since spoken with the people who played it and they had to share the only copy of the tune they had.

And the obscurity is what made it what it was, if it had of been readily available it would have been played to death and almost spoilt (see GLAM "HELLS PARTY") for an example of how to wring the neck out of a tune.

And finally, please let me know where you got the auto capitaliser app from. Brilliant that.

MikeyOHare

MikeyOHare

October 2, 2010
Personally, i love this track, when you've heard the same tracks played time and time again by DJs it's nice to know there's other excellent tunes kicking about. Had it not been as rare as it was (until it was first repressed then made available as a digital release recently) i think a lot more DJs would've been onto it back in the day.
I only ever heard this track on one tape, from Zone Blackpool in 1992, the DJ was John Jepson and it was just one of many obscure Italian bits i heard on those tapes.
There's something about it that makes it stand out from the usual run of the mill tunes from that era.
Since you can get it for a couple of quid via various digital download sites buy it, download it and make up your own mind.
One of my favourite early 90s Italian vinyls.