Splash ‎– Babylon / Heaven

Label:
Dee Jay Recordings ‎– DJX022
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Babylon
B Heaven

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Credits

Notes

Written & produced for Splash Productions.
Recorded at Hill Top Studios.

℗ Dee Jay Recordings 1995
© Dee Jay Recordings 1995

Track A Samples:
Dialogue from the film Rockers

Track B samples:
Keys from Mandre - Solar Flight: Opus 1
Riff from Bob James - Westchester Lady

The Spine on this sleeve incorrectly states this as the Trace/Ray Keith Remix.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 028964 000053
  • Matrix / Runout: DJX 022 A2. Pa8347
  • Matrix / Runout: DJX-022-B3 Pa8588

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJXCD 022 Splash Babylon(CD, Single) Dee Jay Recordings DJXCD 022 UK 1995 Sell This Version
DJX022 Splash Babylon / Heaven(12", Promo) Dee Jay Recordings DJX022 UK 1995 Sell This Version
DJX022 Splash Babylon / Heaven(12", TP, W/Lbl) Dee Jay Recordings DJX022 UK 1995 Sell This Version
none Splash / Beenie Man Splash / Beenie Man - Babylon VIP / Gimme Do Gal Remix(Acetate, 10") Not On Label none UK Unknown Sell This Version
none Splash Babylon(Acetate, 10") Not On Label none UK 1994 Sell This Version

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

November 27, 2016

Both sides are amazing. Side A is a battering ram of a track with its ridiculous bass, and stretched breaks. This is dance floor destruction and mayhem. Such an anthem. Side B is a much lighter affair, but it still has a great bouncy basslines, dreamy atmospheres and killer chopped beats.
Mitriy

Mitriy

October 24, 2014
edited over 2 years ago

Top classic tune and top artwork ! it's greater PEZ at work !!! 90 % all classic rave flyers his work ! But that Dee Jay guy made DJ Crystl or possible graffity boy - Antick, see journal Wrecken Shop 1993.
Old_Boy

Old_Boy

October 11, 2014
Artwork nauseating?? Oh mate, really? This was such a part of the era when Jungle was around with graffiti and hip hop directly influencing Jungle producers and artists. For me this a defining piece of that era and in no way could I ever see it as nauseating.
I remember going into shops around Soho in London and seeing covers like this and just grabbing them and often not even bothering to listen on the deck stations, just rushing home, crank up my system and blast them out - Oh,... the good ole days
JAI-Q

JAI-Q

March 12, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
Iv'e never quite understood how the artwork on the sleeve of this release turned out so nauseatingly bad. Someone went a bit mad with Photoshop back in the nineties ide say... However both sides of this record are absolute classics. Must have for any Junglist! ;)
AmenWorshipper

AmenWorshipper

September 13, 2010
Stone cold Classic, This should be a prized possession of all junglists!!!!