Ray Keith Vs Nookie ‎– LP Sampler - Self Destruction / Sing Time (VIP)

Label:
Dread Recordings ‎– DREAD27
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Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Sampler
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Tracklist

A Self Destruction
AA Sing Time (VIP)

Notes

A - Self Destruction contains samples of Derrick May and Carl Craigs "Interludes" taken from the Relics - A Transmat Compilation
AA - Sing Time VIP contains a guitar sample from Pink Floyd - Shine On You Crazy Diamond

Cat# on the label and on the runout etchings are different.

Info from the sleeve:
Taken from the forthcoming album: Classified (Autumn 1999)
All tracks made exclusively for RK productions. Recorded at the Vault.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DRED 27 A-1-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA): DRED 27 AA-1-1-

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lecosmique

lecosmique

June 29, 2016
I will chime in to echo what others have said here. "Self Destruction" is one of those tracks that gives me chills every time I hear it. Such a great use of the sample, and a brilliantly executed amen tear out. For full effect, it does need to be heard (felt) on a proper system. 64 beats after the beat starts running, the bass churns in (~1:53 into the track) It barely vibrates my Sony MDR-V6s, but on a proper system will be punching you squarely in the chest like a freight train of sweet utter bass bliss. A definite buy.
Lixx

Lixx

April 11, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
This is absolutely my favorite Dread release of all time and that's saying a lot! Like the notes say "Self Destruction" is built completely around the sample taken from Derrick May & Carl Craig's Relics- A Transmat Compilation. Interval 1 to be exact. You can hear it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCq7d23T--I The track is just sheer bliss. I remembering hearing it on a Ray Keith radio show before it was released and was elated when is finally came out! If you don't own this do yourself a huge favor and pick on up!
pipecock

pipecock

July 5, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Self Destruction is a slept on classic. The techno strings and subbass along with the bouncing break make for an especially distinctive roller. I've never seen this one go down poorly.