Ruffige Creu* ‎– Kris Biscuit / Killer Muffin

Reinforced Records ‎– RIVET 1220
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Misprint

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The Reinforced issued sleeve spelt the main artist Ruffige Creu
Also original sleeve has track titles spelt as: 'Kris Biscuit' and 'Killer Muffin' but the record label has tracks spelt as: 'Krisp Biscuit' and 'Killa Muffin'

The sleeve of the release is misprinted. It was corrected later by this version.

Track A samples:
Vocal from The SOS Band - The Finest
Bassline & Acid line from The Martian - Get Up To My Groove
Vocal from Public Enemy - Rebel Without A Pause
Vocal from Human Resource - Dominator
Bassline from The Brothers Grimm - Deja Vu (Rankin Dredd Mix)

Track AA samples:
Vocal from BB & Q Band - (I'm A) Dreamer
Beat from Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021260 122061 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): RIVET 1220 A1 PR-E JA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA): RIVET 1220 AA1 PR-E

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RIVET 1220 Rufige Cru* Krisp Biscuit / Killa Muffin(12") Reinforced Records RIVET 1220 UK 1992 Sell This Version
RIVET 1220 Rufige Cru* Krisp Biscuit(12", W/Lbl) Reinforced Records RIVET 1220 UK 1992 Sell This Version
RIVET 1220 Rufige Cru* Krisp Biscuit(12", Promo) Reinforced Records RIVET 1220 UK 1992 Sell This Version
rivet1220 Rufige Kru Kris Biscuit / Killer Muffin(Acetate, 12") Reinforced Records rivet1220 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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October 13, 2004
edited over 6 years ago

Classic, early jungle techno mashup, sampling Baby Ford's "Flowers", the vocals from S.O.S Band "Finest", keys from Serious Intention "You Don't Know", that big bad bassline from Brothers Grimm 'Deja Vu', synth stabs from DJ Edge 'Compnded', & synth stabs from The Original Gangsters Of Freestyle 'It's The Only Way', an almighty catchy acid squelch from The Martian 'Get Up To My Groove' & Frankie Bones's freestyle / breakbeat acid house classic "Funky Acid Makossa" via his Bonesbreaks Vol. 2. Resurrected and reshaped for the ears and feet of the UK's 1992 hyper raving crew.

Starts off with Public Enemy's Rebel Without A Pause "Bring That Beat Back" at the intro. Other noteworthy vocal samples are 'no other' from Human Resource's anthem 'Dominator' & punctuated 'rock the house y'all' from classic hip hop electro track by the B-Boys of the same name, adding to the energy and urgency of this track. One of the most exciting Reinforced Records by a clear mile & no typical manix style piano stab in earshot.