Tikkle ‎– Outer Limits / In The Beginning... / Holding On

House Jam Records ‎– HJA9015
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A Outer Limits (The Cosmic Mix)
Producer – LNRWritten-By – R. Lenoir, L. Thompson*
B1 In The Beginning...
Producer – TikkleWritten-By – D.J. Cosmic*
B2 Holding On
Producer – TikkleWritten-By – D.J. Cosmic*

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): HJA 9015-A NRP
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): HJA 9015-B NRP

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April 12, 2018
Yes ..Killer deep house on house jam records ...essential purchase


May 16, 2015

'Holding On' is the one for me. It pairs really well with Nagual 'Feel The Rhythm'


November 16, 2014
Real Good House Music - Excellent e.p. 'Outer Limits' is a nice mellow drift along to track. Next, 'In The Beginning'- bouncy piano track that gets the people movin. 'Holding On' is the one to go to though I.M.O. starts off quite dark at first then the beatz drop in and we're off, couple of organ stabs and a subtle vocal sample as it chugs along . just goes and goes. Absolute gem of a groove. love it......


May 20, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
Killer house cover of 'Always There'. There were way too many house-ified covers of disco classics around this time, but this one took the original into new territory.


December 18, 2008
edited over 9 years ago

Fully agree with the previous reviewer. The A-side, Outer Limits, is one of those classy instrumental house tunes. Very simple, very catchy, just a few elements that work so well together. It consists mainly of a lovely lead piano tune with the occasional synth flourish that could happily go on for ever in your head, with some cute little acid squiggles thrown in for a bit of early 90s contemporiness (however this is NOT an acid tune). Get this if you like classic piano house - would sit very nicely alongside Fallout's 'the Morning After' or Neal Howard's 'Indulge', genius tracks all...


June 5, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Outer Limits, that summer of 1990 would have not been the same without it, only heard it a couple of times in nightclubs, but outdoors early morning the perfect piece of music for the situation, such a wicked groove, deep flowing bumpy bass with those subtle piano keys and mellow synth sounds, i had so many people at the time trying to buy this tune off me, a real deep house underground classic !