Rick Wade ‎– Late Night Basix

Harmonie Park ‎– HP001
Vinyl, 12"

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Besides the identification through the etchings, there is a obvious difference to the reissue.
The green colour of the tree logo and the address line are light and clear grass green here.
(The reissue got a much darker green, so that address writing seems to be more like dark grey or black)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (On A-side (etched inside, closer to the label) ): Harmonie Park Records
  • Matrix / Runout (On A-side (etched outside, closer to the track) ): HP001 A A+R SP6ID
  • Matrix / Runout (On B-side (etched in one line) ): Harmonie Park Records HP001 B A+R SP6ID

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February 9, 2009

Heh. I can't believe no one has written a review on this monster of an album. Both mixes of "Nothing To Fear" demonstrate how deep Rick Wade can get. Very brooding track, with an eerie chorus and melody, and a heavy drum pattern. "I Do Believe" takes hints from the old-school KDJ albums. "I Can Feel It" kinda takes both from "Nothing To Fear" and "I Do Believe" to provide somethin' deep and funky.

Late Night Basix Vol. 1 is another great 2:00 AM-er for the dancer on the cooldown or the warmup.