Radioactive Man ‎– Dive And Lie Wrecked

Rotters Golf Club ‎– RGC006
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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Made in the UK.

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  • Barcode: 8 09651 40011 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RGC006 A DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RGC006 B DAMONT

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June 16, 2017
I think I have to thank Warlock from Kool London for the ID of 'Ave That. As a previous reviewer states, it forces one to dance a bit wonky. Cos it's wonky. Heavy. I have heard it on the floor before, but don't ask me where. It deffo worked though. Wooo yeah


October 31, 2012
I was lisaning to this with the play options buy the tracklistings but thay dont play all of the track. So once i herd all of 'Ave that'i realized i had it or so i thort dug out rgc007 Wrecked remixes. orig is just as good if not better havant play'd any of my eletronica kind'a stuff for far to long gr8 ep.


March 2, 2010

Recently saw Radioactive Man play live, and the final tune he played was "'ave That." He looped and looped this tune and made it last about 10-15 minutes and all this at 3AM, had some people almost rolling around the dancefloor laughing their heads off. "'ave That" is the standout tune on this E.P., and then I was on the night bus to Trafalgar Square, all this after he debuted his new material! Miss any Radioactive Man material at your peril.


August 1, 2002

BRILLIANT! I just love this EP. "'ave That" just goes off on one, with the maddest squelchy fart bass ever. It's a piece of mental techno insanity that causes instantaneous silly dancing. "Bassick Element" is a damn fine piece of trademark RGC machine funk, "Night Bus To Nowhere" has probably the most malevolant bassline this year, and "You Can't Catch Me" is sort of a gabber type affair, with dodgy off-kilter bass, stating that "The triple-six move quick". A maniacal slab of brilliance, this should be owned and cherished by all that like it strange.