Two (3) ‎– Let's Do This

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
W 300 Two (3) Let's Do This(12", Pin) R & S Records W 300 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
W 300 Two (3) Let's Do This(12", Ora) R & S Records W 300 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version

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raymond_amsterdam

raymond_amsterdam

October 1, 2016
referencing Let's Do This, 12", Pin, W 300
I have the version as pictured here on Discogs. Dutch dj Dimitri played this often in 1991.
steinski.stein

steinski.stein

March 30, 2015
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Let's Do This, 12", Pin, W 300
Hi Guys thanks for the nice words it was a pleasure making this records, and yes it is correct it came also in orange sleeve and there are also black sleeves. Original sold about 2500 copy's but i guess that the make more of it :-)
daveharder

daveharder

February 8, 2015
referencing Let's Do This, 12", Pin, W 300
Also orange sleeve overhere, never seen the one pictured here on Discogs. To the moon is still one of my all time favorites!
G.Monk_Collection

G.Monk_Collection

February 9, 2013
referencing Let's Do This, 12", Pin, W 300
I've bought this record twice and both came in the same orange sleeve. So I wonder if it came in two different kind of sleeves when looking at the picture of this release.
BomberOne

BomberOne

April 15, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Let's Do This, 12", Pin, W 300

This is a seriously underated record : "Let's Do This" stomping techno-house with a rolling synth bassline, and a typicall House stab activatin on top, plus many rythms effects, Vroom and his friend did a great job on this one, retaining the urgency of "Energy Flash" and the madness of "Mentasm".
The B-side starts with "To The Moon" a moody techno track, slightly slower than A-side, and constructed around some very nice melodies.
The last effort here starts with an Outlander's "Vamp"-like sample intro, and develops as a ravey-styled stomper, more repetitive and a bit "easy", but certainly a mover back then...
As a conclusion, you do not have here a cult classic like the tracks I quoted above, but definitely a good addition to a selective collection of the many faces of Techno-house.