Sniper Feat. MC GQ / Sniper ‎– Dub Plate Pressure (Remix) / Roulette

Vinyl Syndicate Recordings ‎– SYN. 007
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Sniper Feat. MC GQ Dub Plate Pressure (Remix)
MC [Featuring] – MC GQRemix – Sniper
B Sniper Roulette 6:28

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  • Matrix / Runout (A stamped): SYN0 7 A-01-1-
  • Matrix / Runout (B stamped): SYN0 7 AA-01-1-

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April 20, 2015
edited over 4 years ago

Rob Ford was a big fan. Bumbaclot.

Absolute staple of any Canadian jungle party. FreakyFlow played this & Man of Steal every damn party for five or six years; good tunes tho.


March 21, 2014
While I can see most people would love the A side, my favourite is 'Roulette' - I love the way it pulses and hammers you into submission - ouch!


June 22, 2013
Completerly agree with Hutcho. Absolutely tearing tune on the A-Side. First heard it played out in Bristol, Krust or Bryan G I think, I asked what it was: "Dubplate Pressure" came the reply, which I assumed meant "It's on dubplate and doesn't have a name". Took a while to realise my mistake but became a staple of my sets when I finally got hold of a copy. A monster.


October 23, 2009

What an amazing EP - cant believe noone's commented on it yet.
A side's Dub-Plate Pressure is a brilliant example of how a remix should take a
great tune and make it even better - it's just one of those tracks you can drop at
the start or the end of a set and just watch the crowd go crazy as the first stabs
rinse out and when that kick pattern rolls out with MC GQ bustin a shout - still -
10yrs on - it's just mad & the energy ia amazing.
B Side's Roulette just kicks off from the word go with heavy amen pressure &
then a bass-heavy reese hits you hard before rolling down into a classic steppa
very ala Ray Keith of the time.