Ratpack + Satin Storm ‎– Ooh Ooh Aah Aah

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In 1990 Ratpack hooked up with Satin Storm.
After a session in the studio, they relased the combined project "ooh ooh ahh ahh" an early breakbeat tune that used Blondie's Heart Of Glass. this sold about 7000 copies and reinforced Ratpacks ambitions.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Ratpack + Satin Storm Ratpack + Satin Storm - Ooh Ooh Aah Aah(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label none UK 1990 Sell This Version
R PACK 3 Ratpack Ooh Ooh Aah Aah(12", TP, W/Lbl, Sta) Not On Label R PACK 3 UK 1990 Sell This Version
R PACK 3 Ratpack + Satin Storm Ratpack + Satin Storm - Ooh Ooh Aah Aah(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label R PACK 3 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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siman91

siman91

October 10, 2018
referencing Ooh Ooh Aah Aah, 12", TP, W/Lbl, Sta, R PACK 3
This has a real Westworld feel to it, guess would have been released about the same sort of time.
AndrewHP

AndrewHP

January 9, 2016
referencing Ooh Ooh Aah Aah, 12", W/Lbl, R PACK 3
I remember hearing this on Gary Hickson's "Big Beat" radios show on Radio Lancashire and was luck enough to tape the show that Sunday so I could listen to it again. I think he said there were only 200 copies of it around. I hunted for it for years - long before the easiness of Discogs and finally found one on a car boot sale in about 1995. It had a Radio Lancashire stamp on the paper sleeve. It's quite funny that after all that searching I have the actual copy that I heard played on the show!
RICH75

RICH75

March 31, 2011
referencing Ooh Ooh Aah Aah, 12", TP, W/Lbl, Sta, R PACK 3

Classic record from the Ratpack, sampling Heart of Glass by Blondie. Always been a favorite in my collection. Lovely breaks and vocals to die for.

Despite there being 4 different versions of this track on the record, its amazing how people prefer different versions of it. My personal prefered version is the 2nd track on Side A. Its just a little bit darker than the others.

Deserved a better release, than just the slightly hissy white label. Still its rare as rocking horse poo, and a classic slice of oldskool pie that no one should be without. If you see it, buy it.