Sonz Of A Loop Da Loop Era & The Scratchadelic Experience* ‎– Peace & Loveism

Suburban Base Records ‎– Subase 14, Suburban Base Records ‎– SUBBASE 14
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Peace & Loveism
Producer – Austin*
B Freedomism
Recorded By – Austin*, Danny BreaksRemix – Danny Breaks

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A: written & scratcHed at Loop dA Loop sTudios
producEd & mixed at SubBasE

B: written, producEd, scrAtched & remixed
aT Loop dA Loop studioS. Recorded & mixed aT SuBbase.

My family, Boogie Times Tribe, all subbase artists, Waynes World,partytime,excellent!,Lee Frameski,
cool ranch flavour Doritos, Danny Bell, Melanie, DJ 'proper' Icee & the Orlando massive (Chris, Dave AK1200 etc.),
stüssy clothes, coleslaw & potato salad,John, Sorrell, Ben & Nigel @ SRD, punch flavour bubblicious, Liam & Prodigy,
Mark 'the dad' Soultrader, Bad Boy Club clothes, Horace @ Lucky Spin, Richard Branson (in flight video & sick bags),
Hip Hoppies, Paul 'Noise Engineer', Bob & Ray 'Raindance', DJ Hype, Slipmatt & Lime, Edam & shop, Gary Mac,
Elevation, Altern 8, Conrad, Darren & Jeff 'Rise', everyone at XL, Powergroove, Mickey Finn, Choci, Daminoe, MTV,

Mad Ragga Jon, Steve Jackson, Rob Playford & Bev @ Movin' Shadow, 2 bad mice, Ian @ Reinforced, Pulse FM,
Innocence FM, Chillin FM, Roger @ Zomba, Satin Storm, Younghead, Rob @ sounds familiar, Dan,dan the
photographer man, Danny 'H' Congress, future promotions LA, Cheetos, Sprite USA, Cherry Coke UK, blu-tac,
DMC PMX 2's, Technics 1210's, Stanton 500 cartridges, headphones, slippery slipmats, clobber cmothing, Vans,
British Knights, Graffiti, Renault cars, Hip Hop music, Feedwells, LA earthquakes, any record thats not warped,
any record thats not in a white paper sleeve, anyone thats made a record that we like, DJ's that do proper scratching,
American Typewriter, DJ Mink, DJ Mongoose, 909 rimshots, Rising High, strawberry ribena, Justice & Mercy,
girls that have fallen out of the ugly tree (NOT!) speaker freakers, AKAI S1000's, unleaded petrol, Mary @ Echoes,

Krypieswat, Old Skool scratch DJ's - cash money,Jazzy Jeff,Pogo,Alladdin,Swift,Jay,Richie Rich, Kaos, big
Dave Dunn (our bodyguard) Boogie Times breakfast bap & pint of fresh orange, the Simpsons, grey T-shirts, summer,
Yaga clothes, ragga B-lines,Rabbit City,the lilt man (very generous!) Mickey Mouse & the Disneyland massive,
Nike sneakers, Dunkin' Donuts, Sonic the Hedgehog, new flavour calippos, Out of Romford records, Raymond @
Production House, Mark Goddier, DMC, Scratchadelicism.
+ big SCHWINNG! to - Katherine, Betty Boo, Dina Carroll, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan lookalikes (without the nose),
Cindy Crawford, Patsy Kensit, Michelle Pfeiffer, Naomi Campbell, the bird out of DeeLite,that one off Lethal Weapon
3 (good kicks!) Tentpole !!!

Freedomism is a remix of Let Your Mind Be Free.

A samples:
Just-Ice - Going Way Back / Lyric Licking (peace!!)
K·OS (Chaos)* Featuring Simianne - Definition Of Love (love!!)

B Samples:
The Mohawks - The Champ (Vocals)
Jungle Brothers - I'll House You (Vocal)
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John - Summer Nights (Bassline)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 022765 432143 >
  • Barcode (String): 5022765432143
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SUB-BASE-14-A1 PAULs'
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): SUB-BASE-14-B1 THE EXCHANGE



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April 12, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
"Freedomism" begins with the fattest old skool break replete with "ugh!!" grunts and wicked scratches, just sounds fantastic, it's almost a shame when the rave stabs in, but then the track just rolls with such an ecstatic air that you can't help but smile ear to ear. When Danny drops what sounds like the bass and piano from a 50's doo wop record the track title "Freedomism" seems spot on. This is a track that's testament to everything that was right about the light side of the breakbeat scene in 1992. Not for those looking for the dark side.

Special mention should also go to Danny Breaks' shout outs on the back cover; now this just says so much about that moment in time: Yaga clothes, Sonic the Hedgehog, British Knights, Graffiti, Betty Boo, that bird off Lethal Weapon.... the list goes on but it's like a popular culture and attitude checklist for 1992 and it brings back very fond memories indeed. I hesitate to say its worth checking for the sleevenotes alone, but....