Sperminator ‎– No Woman Allowed

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Rotterdam Records ‎– ROT 008
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A No Woman Allowed (Men's Room Mix) 3:37
B1 No Woman Allowed (Ladie's Room Mix) 4:20
B2 Uptempo (Slow Down Mix) 3:33

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—Sleeve info—
Publishing By: Ratel Music Publishing/Rotterdam Music
Administrated By: Sony Music Publishing

Distribution By: Midtown Records
Distribution Belgium: U.S.A. Antwerp Belgium
 
—Center labels info—
Written Side (B) speed is erroneous listed as 33.3 RPM
 
—Extra info—
Track B2 samples the movie 'Saturn 3'.
This record is repressed 2 times, once in 2002 and in 2006. Represses come in plain black sleeve, with Rotterdam Records sticker on the front. The black on the represses labels is white and vice versa.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): ROT 008-A   LOGO SIDE   HCB 873358   A "MASTER" CUT
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-in side A): ROTTERDAM RULES, OK!
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): SUPERSPERM FROM ROUGH'aDAM.   ROT 008-B   HCB 873358   another "MASTER" CUT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-between B1-B2): OOHPS NO LYRICS

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ROT 108 Sperminator No Woman Allowed(CD, Single) Rotterdam Records ROT 108 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
ROT 008 Sperminator No Woman Allowed(3xFile, MP3, 320) Rotterdam Records ROT 008 Netherlands 2011
BASH005 Sperminator No Women Allowed(12") Bash Again! BASH005 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
ROT 008 Sperminator No Woman Allowed(12", RP) Rotterdam Records ROT 008 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
HOTPOT 013 Sperminator No Women Allowed(12") Hot Potato Records HOTPOT 013 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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Technomarc

Technomarc

March 17, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
Menacing "hell-like" sounds, growling synths, reverse-kick-beats, hard kicks and no todays typical build up, just banging and "in ya face" arrangement, a reflection of the spirit of the time back then, when techno and gabber was coming up and still wasn't in an inferior position to any "rules of arrangement". Sexist ? No way...look at the cover, look at the mix-names: "Men's room Mix", "Ladie's room mix". No Women allowed in men's room ist sexist ? Ehmm...okay ^^.......
Generally, people who don't have an eager view can see, that nearly all releases on Rotterdam Records have a joking or non-sense meaning. Music is only banging, that's the meaning.
hutcho

hutcho

October 21, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

CLASSIC 92 early Gabber, which rocked the place (as very often made famous by Lenny Dee in his bangin Sterns '92 sets at the time) & still does in any Old Skool set. Was often the case at bangin Hardcore/Gabber nights, that there were mainly guys / very few girls in attendance (as is often the case w/moshpits at the hardest Metal gigs) - likely this EP is just having a little fun with that...but I've just had crowds go off at this as a crackin stompy anthem...not overly-analysing the voice sample/title...as for the one "reviewers" comment 'If you own this you should be ashamed' - the only thing I'm ashamed of is you took the time to write that on this EP...TOP classic!
.BRAIN.

.BRAIN.

January 18, 2011
I really like this vinyl. If you know more releases of this label, you'll see that a lot of releases playin' more or less with sexuality. They're just jokin'!!!

Today I've realized, that I've got a really early copy of this record! MASTER CUT is engraved on both sides :-)
Danieltechno

Danieltechno

October 6, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
I agree with stevee0303, No Women Allowed is a classic early hardcore/gabba tune which could still be played to this day in a classics set.
stevee0303

stevee0303

March 26, 2010

Now I never say my piece but after reading the detrimental comments to what is a truly fantastic piece of early hardcore techno/gabba, felt I'd better replace the balance of comments here.
Basically this track was for the boys because it was harder than most tracks at the time and when any dj dropped it(and very many did) it caused absolute carnage at every warehouse/club/rave/field at the time and it is right up there with a small handfull of tracks that truly achieved this in the genre.
For those who like early stomping hardcore techno in the early stages of gabba buy this record, it's a absolute classic and must have for any collector!!!

If you don't like it why bother looking it up and commenting??? Go and leave some anal drivel about an intelligent aphex release such as powerpill pacman.
nebkins_sales

nebkins_sales

June 16, 2009
I think the previous reviewers are missing the point of gabba records by a long way. Its fun music to dance to and go completely mental to. It’s not meant to be chin stroked to. This was a big tune back in the day and if you break it down even further every part of it is absolutely rocking.

The menacing string intro, the growling synth and kick drums, the scream before the beats layer up on themselves giving great urgency and my favourite part the stuttering of the synth backed with some background drums. The tune then continues on to have another two great riff sections before finishing up.

And another great reason for owning this 12" is the superb slower B Side with superb sample from Harvey Keitel in the movie Saturn 3.
stevealoha

stevealoha

June 16, 2009
I agree with the review above, and was prompted to write something about it after seeing this review. It is one of the worst records ever, I remember hearing it first at Movement Records in Southampton when I was a student there. The owner of the record shop played it to a crowded Saturday afternoon's group of punters and pretty much cleared the shop immediately!

As a comedy record it's great, up there with the likes of Banana Boat Song on Kickin, but it really is a terrible piece of vinyl.

If you own this you should be ashamed.