Romanthony W/ The Trojan Horse ‎– Da' Change / Hold On

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Black Male Records ‎– BM-010
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Produced, re-mixed [...] for When In Rome Productions.

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scannypack

scannypack

July 22, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
Beautiful record. Thankful for the repress.

Da' Change has the same synth as I Feel It (2000), which appears on BM-011.

RIP Romanthony. Will play it loud.
DiscoJoints

DiscoJoints

January 19, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Regarding the previous and future comments about the so called "lo-fi" of this pressing seems typical of some "hipster" jargon from someone born in the 90's, albeit a great phenomena and testament to House music that younger worldwide audiences are newly discovering and re-discovering such great American music from the past Century. In case you didn't know about the music of Romanthony this is pretty typical of his sound, Rough, Raw and "Low-Fi", it is what it is. It is all part of the Whole of it. This is far more than a "Collectors Item". It is a back to the future snap-shot from a time capsule of yesteryear that no re-issue can ever make better.
SamAK

SamAK

October 2, 2013
Collectors item only, crap press but epic soulful grooves from Romanthony. Hold On re-press is available pretty cheap on Bangalter's label 'Roule'.

Rest in peace dude, sorry i didn't discover you until it was too late....
BalooDP

BalooDP

August 22, 2010
edited over 8 years ago

Da Change is one of Romanthony's best tracks, his vocals are really inspirational and soulful, and there's a good background vocal hook of "Change, Change!". The only problem is that the recording is REALLY lo-fi, and the overall mastering of this record is terrible.

The B-Side, Hold On, is also another Romanthony classic, but don't bother with the mixes on this release, instead go with the high quality release on the Roulé label.
RoyalKurt

RoyalKurt

September 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Absolutely one of Roman's best vocals ever ! Just a shame that this vinyl is in poor quality, we need a remastered version of Da' Change badly. Just wondering why this is on none of his album compilations. Da Change is to be forever an underground classic, amazing this one !!!