Sudden Def ‎– Let It Hit Dem

Reinforced Records ‎– RIVET 1219
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM



Published by Westbury Music/Reinforced Music.
Distributed by SRD.
Mastered at J.T.S.

Track A1 samples:
Vocal from Eric B. & Rakim - Let The Rhythm Hit 'Em
Synth from Reese & Santonio ‎- The Sound
Synth from Quadrophonia ‎- Find The Time (Part 1)

Track A2 samples:
Piano from JT Company - Don't Deal With Us

Track AA1 samples:
Vocal from Public Enemy - Livin' In A Zoo
Synth from Cybersonik - Technarchy

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October 24, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

well f*ck me still, ( Let It Hit Dem ) what an awesome tune this is, mind blowing intro, that explodes into mental badass rave, and never lets up from start to finish. the 12" is great but for me its this one. if your flavour is bad ass old skool rave, you must bag this one.


October 29, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Rough as a badger on crack - in a good way.


March 7, 2012

One of the first 'ardcore tunes I laid my hands on - retrospectively in the late 90s,and my intro to the reinforced sound of massive rolling crunching breakbeats! Probably the most 'reinforced' of the labels output,by that I mean what the label name clearly alludes to - an industrial style music. As Aize said below not a popular dancefloor choice - probably because of the tracks stuttering all over the place nature,and sheer cacophony. They are almost mash up in style,making the synth stabs or breakbeats all the the more euphoric when they arrive. 'Give it to me' was the one I played again and again,I loved the breakdown and the almost slo-mo crunching breakbeats,and how these breakbeats sounded frayed like the fizzle after a fireworks explosion. The name 'sudden def' is also spot on,any of these tracks seem like they're on the verge of stopping dead at any moment,which they do then go off in a totally different direction! Still in my collection and will be until my tastes turn to something easier listening!


March 10, 2008

For me this release sums up everything i love about old skool HARDCORE! Four absolutely storming tracks full of filthy breaks, sub bass and horrifically clashing synths. No fluffy rat pack rubbish here just proper grit your teeth rave music. Doesn't get played anywhere near enough, probably because its simply too hard, but i've seen at least 1 dance-floor go mental to 'Let it Hit Dem' in the none to distant past. Feckin awesome ep!