The Rood Project ‎– Thunder

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White House Records ‎– WYHS 026
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Thunder (Original Mix)
B Thunder (Peshay's Ariel Assault Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Peshay

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Track A recorded at The Fridge.
Track B remixed and produced at ADR. Thanks to Dave Charlesworth at ADR.

From the sticker on sleeve:
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WARNING: THE SUB-BASS ON THIS RECORDING COULD
SERIOUSLY DAMAGE YOUR SPEAKERS. WHITEHOUSE RECORDS
ACCEPT NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY DAMAGE
CAUSED BY PLAYBACK. PLAY AT YOUR OWN PERIL
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 023743 000491
  • Matrix / Runout: WHYS-026-A1/B-1 PA7691 *D.M.M* SIMON THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout: WHYS-026-B-1 PA7691 *D.M.M* SIMON THE EXCHANGE

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jam_on_it

jam_on_it

August 7, 2017
Repress. Boom! When lightning and thunder clap we call 'drop'!

You heard right! Repress by Underground Music just released today...

https://undergroundmusic.bandcamp.com/album/thunder
newtron

newtron

March 23, 2017
I have read that a repress is planned. 10 words.
Lixx

Lixx

May 25, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

You know I've changed my mind on this release. I guess I never really gave it a proper listen but both sides are pretty nice. I'm probably a minority on this but I favor Peshay's Ariel Assault Mix over the original. Before the masses come to crucify me- yes the original is good, yeah the sub bass is nice- I just like the Peshay mix more. Those strings in the beginning remind me of My Bloody Valentine, the atmospherics, and I dig the breaks more on this mix- especially the change up midway through.
paul.davie.14

paul.davie.14

December 30, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
How anyone could describe this tune as mediocre is beyond me. Sure music is a matter of opinion, but this track is just so good. Not a game-changer in that there were other tracks around with similar breaks and a similar style, but the way this tune holds the sub-bass back so long before wiping everyone in the club out is incredible. If you were there at the time you will know.
DJ.Criss.Angel

DJ.Criss.Angel

October 5, 2014
One of my best early DnB choons still gives me the goose pimps
timibbitson

timibbitson

June 2, 2014
Not many pressed, and i have to say this is an awesome tune,its nowhere near as that first jungle tune http://www.discogs.com/LT-Bukem-Logical-Progression/master/189910 but still good , I heard this on radio in Leicester 1994. Tracked it down finally, got it cheap but it pops a bit.
tranzyd

tranzyd

October 13, 2013
I have to agree with IRL303, this is well over priced for average D'nB tune of the time, it was good but did not stand out enough to be worth this sort of cash. These records will depreciate in value, if you want it wait a few years..or search around for much cheaper similar releases
funk_wid_it

funk_wid_it

August 4, 2013
edited 5 months ago

In my all-time "Intelligent" Jungle / D 'n' B top 10 list.

Lots of wicked early 90's style bleeps, deep emotional strings sent straight from the heavens, distant and mysterious female vocal vox samples and serious sub bass all feature on this truly fantastic track.

Big tip!
robcypher

robcypher

April 19, 2013

The remix is okay but the original is a classic, IMO.
IRL303

IRL303

April 3, 2013
€71 for this mediocre tune...Scandalous.