The Shamen ‎– Ebeneezer Goode

One Little Indian ‎– 78TP7CD
CD, Single

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1 Ebeneezer Goode (Beat Edit)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Manda G.*, P.C. Nervous
2 Ebeneezer Goode (Shamen Vocal)
Edited By – Mads BjerkeEngineer – James ReynoldsMixed By – The Shamen
3 Ebeneezer Goode (MBM Instrumental)
Remix – Jack DangersRemix [Derived] – MBM*
4 Ebeneezer Goode (South Of Detroit Vocal)
Remix – Richie Hawtin
5 Ebeneezer Goode (MBM Vocal)
Remix [Derived] – MBM*Remix [Remix + Reconstruction] – Jack Dangers
6 Ebeneezer Goode (Jolly Roger Vocal)
Remix – Eddie RichardsRemix [Derived] – Jolly Roger

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Comes in a cardboard sleeve.
℗+© 1992 One Little Indian Records Ltd.
Artwork: © 1992 Me Company, under license to One Little Indian Records Ltd.
Made in England.

Track 1: Additional production + remix for The Beatmasters.
Tracks 3 + 5: Remix for Meat Beat Manifesto Productions.
Track 6: Remix + reconstruction for Dy-Na-Mix.

Track 2 mixname is incorrectly listed as "Shamen Dub".

Ebeneezer Goode (Jolly Roger Vocal) contains a sample of 'Martin Circus - I've Got A Treat'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016958 015329
  • Barcode (String): 5016958015329
  • Matrix / Runout: MAYKING RECORDS 78TP7CD MADE IN THE U.K. 10197131 01 %

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
78TP12 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode(12") One Little Indian 78TP12 UK 1992 Sell This Version
919722, 72438 919722 8 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode(CD, Single, Car) One Little Indian, One Little Indian 919722, 72438 919722 8 France 1992 Sell This Version
919726 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode(12") One Little Indian 919726 France 1992 Sell This Version
VISA 8040 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode (DJ's Special )(12", Ltd) One Little Indian VISA 8040 France 1993 Sell This Version
919732 The Shamen Ebeneezer Goode(CD, Single) One Little Indian 919732 France 1992 Sell This Version


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December 27, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
I remember this from top of the pops. It was number one in the charts for about 4 weeks. One week, I think the BBC had enough of the Shamen's pro ecsatsy lyrics and they replaced the original track with the Ritchie Hawtin mix. This remains a fond memory of mine, banging acid on mainstream television, and they still said eezer good too.


May 24, 2003
This was NEARLY banned by Top Of The Pops (a UK chart show) Only because The Shamen blagged it by claiming it was about a 'Dickensian Character' called Ebeneezer Goode did they avoid it.
Interviewed by Mark Goodier the day after a live TOTP peformance, Mark asked Mr.C why he had replaced the line 'Has anyone got any Veras?' with 'Has anyone got any Underlay', Mr.C replied 'Oh, it was a rug reference' He has since admitted it was a blatant (anti)drugs drug anthem.
Jerry Sadowitz appears in the video, also; as the 'Dickensian Character' himself.