Shut Up And Dance* ‎– Autobiography Of A Crackhead

Label:
Shut Up And Dance Records ‎– SUAD 21
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Credits

Notes

℗ Shut Up And Dance Music.

Side A: 45 RPM / Side AA: 33 ⅓ RPM

Track A samples:
Synth stab from Moby - Go (Rainforest Mix)
Synth stab from Joey Beltram - My Sound
Synth pads from Fade To Black - The Calling (Reprise Mix)

The Green Man (both versions) sample Ryuichi Sakamoto - Rain (I Want A Divorce)

Track AA1 also samples Turntable Terror - Scream (Bonestrack)

Track times not mentioned on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 019918 000380
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): S̶A̶ SUAD 21 A₂ PR-E ANDY '91 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): SUAD 21 AA₂ PR-E B

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therealsubwaybaby

therealsubwaybaby

January 1, 2019
Uhh yeah, this was such a dj rekurd back in 92 ... The track that sold this 12" was the B2 "Rum & Black Remix" ... Big with all club dj´s at the time !! ... Remember going to London (from Sweden) just to buy rekurds, and this was everywhere :) ... // Tommy
808-MAN

808-MAN

July 13, 2015
808 state played The Green Man a lot on the 808 state show, sunset 102fm Tuesday Nights. Tis a tune full of samples. when it first entered the Eastern Bloc charts, it sold out within half a day. Not bad for a tune named after a crack dealing pub lol.
scherben

scherben

November 7, 2014

Sunset 102's Sami B dedicated Green Man to his mam - and it was a wise choice. Mad hardcore sounds and classical violin breakdowns. Fell in love with this tune at first listen.
dylaf

dylaf

November 21, 2013
From purchasing this in Mansfield, Notts as a clueless tearaway youth hooked on breakbeat, I found myself 15 years later living on the next street down from 'The Green Man' In Dalston. Now having long been renamed 'The Shacklewell arms', and going through some major changes a couple of years back (along with the whole area), it is now full of dandy ra- raa's & cool kids. Long live S.U.A.D
d1111s

d1111s

May 13, 2009

The Green Man is where,
the Crackhead gets his Crack,
Dont you know that?
Listen to the lyrics of the track,
You will learn some interesting fact!!!!

d1111s on the Mic, yyyeeeeaaahhh ))))

Seriously tho Autobiography Of A Crackhead is second best as far as Ravin to it goes but the lyrics have a bit of Hackney History in them, Sandringham Road frontline is mentioned )), houses sell for nice money round there nowadays. )

The story of the Crackhead would have hopefully detered many from this desparate life!

AmpheTaminZ

AmpheTaminZ

April 11, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Forget about Autobiography of a Crackhead, whilst its okay its nothing compared to the raw edged breakbeat rave madness on the flip side. The Green Man was a favorite of Carl Cox's and many other 'big name' DJ's for many months. Highly recommended.