Southside Reverb ‎– Here We Go

ESP-SUN Records ‎– ESU 1991-1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM



Label variation: black text on white labels.

Also issued with yellow labels.

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  • Barcode: 016861199111

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ESU 1991 Southside Reverb Here We Go(12", TP) ESP-SUN Records ESU 1991 US 1996 Sell This Version
ESU 1991 Southside Reverb Here We Go(12", W/Lbl) ESP-SUN Records ESU 1991 US 1996 Sell This Version
ESU 1991-1 Southside Reverb Here We Go(12", Yel) ESP-SUN Records ESU 1991-1 US 1996 Sell This Version


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July 25, 2010
Also available as Test Pressing with "ESP Sun" written in Red Ink on the A Side and "ESU 1991" and "Southside Reverb" written on teh B.

Hub Servall Record Mfg Corp. is the pressing company and the date given on the A side is 01/29/06


December 25, 2008

Yeah, 'Use Your Tool' is the gem on this wax... : If you don't drop it correctly, the crescendo of the snare roll {etc} comes back down and can [ possibly ] kill your energy / steal your once hopeful build... An example of this track being used to proper success is on Frankie Bones' mix Escape From Brooklyn. Another decent play is featured on Bad Boy Bill's Global House Culture Vol. 4. When all's said and done, the elements from this track are what makes the title track decent.



March 5, 2008

"Use Your Tool"...Nuff said! This is arguably one of the best build-up/set-tools ever produced. This track works perfectly as a house/breaks transition piece or peak hour catalyst to take the energy level over the edge. If you program it right and drop the hook of another crowd pleaser at the exact time the build-up drops, you'll blow the roof off the joint. Crucial piece of wax in any Dj's bag, in my opinion. O'h, the title track's not too shabby either.