Rebel MC, Double Trouble ‎– Twenty One Mixes

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Desire Records ‎– LUV 4, Desire Records ‎– LUV LP 4, Desire Records ‎– 841 894-1
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A1 Just Keep Rockin (Sk'ouse Radio Mix) 3:14
A2 Just Keep Rockin (Hiphouse Mix) 5:00
A3 Just Keep Rockin (DMC Mix) 6:00
A4 Just Keep Rockin (Sk'ouse Remix) 5:39
A5 Just Keep Rockin (Hiphouse Dub) 3:22
B1 Just Keep Rockin (Hiphouse Radio Mix) 3:25
B2 Just Keep Rockin (Sk'ouse Mix) 4:55
B3 Just Keep Rockin (Robin Albers Mix)
Mixed By – Robin Albers
5:16
B4 Just Keep Rockin (Hiphouse Remix) 5:22
B5 Just Keep Rockin (Sk'ouse Dub) 2:52
C1 Street Tuff (Scar Radio Mix) 3:28
C2 Street Tuff (Club Mix 12") 5:03
C3 Street Tuff (Norman Cook Mix)
Mixed By – Norman Cook
5:26
C4 Street Tuff (Robin Albers Mix)
Mixed By – Robin Albers
5:40
C5 Street Tuff (Bass Heavy Mix) 5:45
D1 Street Tuff (Club Radio Mix) 3:27
D2 Street Tuff (Scar 12" Mix) 4:58
D3 Street Tuff (Ruff Mix) 4:20
D4 Street Tuff (Longsy D Mix)
Mixed By – Longsy D
5:20
D5 Street Tuff (Norman Cook Instrumental Mix)
Mixed By – Norman Cook
5:11
D6 Street Tuff (Time To Rock - The Trouble Dub) 3:13

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Cat#s: sleeve=LUV LP 4, 841 894-1, centre labels=LUV 4.
Original sound recording made by Desire Records.
Published by Fiction Songs Ltd.
©℗ 1989 Desire Records
Pacific Distribution

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 017693 129043
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side runout hand etched): LUV LP-4 A-1 MT
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side runout hand etched): LUV LP-4 B-1 MT LYN 24854
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side runout hand etched): LUV LP-4 C-1 MT
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side runout hand etched): LUV LP-4 D-1 MT
  • Label Code: LC 9088
  • Other (Distribution Code): POL 263

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AndyPandy2000

AndyPandy2000

February 8, 2017
Boh of these tunes are two that even after 28 years I never get bored of - they also sort of sum up that great year of 1989 when anything went and was done. Especially like the Robin Albers and Hip House 12" of Just Keep Rockin' .
nagash303

nagash303

December 4, 2011

C5, D3, D5, D6 my favs. and my recordplayer reset automatic. no need to put the needle on the record myself haha.
Jairinho

Jairinho

July 14, 2003

In the early's 80 a Remix meant an extended, dance-friendly version of a pop song. Remixing involved hiring a famous DJ like Shep Pettibone or Francois Kervokian to apply their knowledge to the task of adjustinga song to fit dancefloor requirements, given that records originally mixed for radio or domestic hi-fi sound systems tinny compared to records designed for club sound systems. This example above is not what you're saying: "The end of originality". DJ's are responsible for the rebirth of many artists. In this case (it still happens nowadays) DJ's are called to transform a song. This is basic into the DJ culture. If you don't understand that, you are in wrong place.
Chris_McAvoy

Chris_McAvoy

July 8, 2003
It was 1989 and the "let's make a rap mix for the rap people and a rock mix for the rock people and every other style too" idea that would plague the 90's begins at this time..the end of originality nears.
greed is not good.