Ramos + Supreme + Sunset Regime* ‎– Got To Believe / Sunshine

Label:
Hectic Records ‎– HECT 003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

This Side
A Got To Believe 8:15
Other Side
AA Sunshine 7:26

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Credits

Notes

RESPECT TO: Slipmatt, Dr. S Gachet, All at Fusion Records,
Vinylgroove, Hicks, Mr Hyde & M.C. Knight, Mandy, Kathy & Sade,
Jenny, Mark, Markus, Honey Bee, Moose & Love Monkey; and a very big
shout out to M.C. Marley.

Track A is a reworking of Sunset Regime - 'You've Gotta Believe'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: HECT 003 A ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗
  • Matrix / Runout: HECT 003 B ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗

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Geewood-Records

Geewood-Records

April 7, 2018
edited 8 months ago
...praise the lord for this great 12"...hardcore at it's best...rave on !!! hope i will get a clean copy one day...contact me please, if you want to sell this record...
stoker79

stoker79

August 5, 2017
Gonna sound like a bellend but been trying to I'd a tune for 25 years. Was on a mickey finn set early 93 but from which rave couldn't tell ya. Only ever heard it once and the vocals were. "I feel the fun (maybe sun) running through me I get up and sing over you (maybe I love you)". Was that hardcore pitch voice, I've only ever heard it once haven't got the tape anymore to reference or send clips.
Was around when dj harry and point break cape fear was being played and the original go with the flow can't beat the system.
Would love to find it so any help much appreciated. Respect
murphieka

murphieka

June 7, 2017
Behave... people trying to sell this for £45! It's not a rare record. It is an excellent one though :)
tinytoons

tinytoons

May 31, 2013
Great track....pure anthem
nokesy77

nokesy77

March 20, 2009
For hardcore, 1993 was a year that most will remember for the quality dark tunes that were produced, but for those that liked hardcore tunes that featured piano and strings breakdowns then this release from Ramos, Supreme and Sunset Regime is a must. Both tracks were classics and were caned by all the top hardcore DJ’s. ‘Sunshine’ features a breakdown of strings and piano with “I wanna dream of the sun shining” vocals laid on top. ‘Gotta Believe’ in my personal opinion is the better track of the two, with a buildup of piano resulting in a huge breakdown of piano and strings that wants the listener yearning for more.