Tight Control ‎– Reggae, Reggae, Reggae

Label:
Bear Necessities ‎– MA-001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Reggae, Reggae, Reggae
B1 Hardcore Piano
B2 The Way Forward

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Side A plays at 45 and side B at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Track A samples:
Vocal and rhythm from Dandy Livingston - Reggae In Your Jeggae

Track B1 samples:
Piano from JT Company - Don't Deal With Us
Vocal from LL Cool J - Get Down

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MA-001-A-1 DEDICATED TO MAD JEFF RESPECT TO ALL THAT HAVE STUCK BY ME - YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE !! MIKE's - THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MA-001-B1 MIKE's - THE EXCHANGE

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j0ker

j0ker

June 3, 2015

This has to be the best ragga hardcore tune from the era..I'm sure it samples many.. But it's a bit of a masterpiece of hardcore....
ryanthescooterguy

ryanthescooterguy

March 17, 2010
Does the A-side tune use samples? I am a little curious...
charliehurrell

charliehurrell

October 16, 2008
edited over 7 years ago

Hardcore piano- Well, not much can be said about this tune except it has class written all over it. It starts with a touch of the oldskool styli piano with rugged old break beats, then into a bit of classic reggae . Followed by the renowned lush break that makes you feel as though you must be lost in the middle of Asia somewhere (you'll know what i mean). Reminds me of the Street Fighter completion tune with Ryu, anyway, after it has the banging oldskool techno mayhem which you just can't beat. Ellis Dee rinsed it out at Fantazia "92" Littlecote House along with a load of biggies such as "Down to Earth"-Insomnia, "Pursuit of a vision"-Lemon Drop, "Paradise Project"-DJ Jinx and "Feel the vibe"-Foul Play. A must have for any of you peeps. Grab it!!!