Ultramarine ‎– Barefoot E.P.

Blanco Y Negro ‎– NEG67CD, Blanco Y Negro ‎– 4509-94754-2

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1 Happy Land (Remix By Drummie Zeb)
Engineer – Peter 'Mash' Morgan*Remix – Drummie ZebWritten-By – Cooper*, Hammond*, Wyatt*
2 Hooter (Remix By Carl Craig)
Remix – Carl CraigWritten-By – Cooper*, Hammond*
3 The Badger (Remix By Richard H. Kirk)
Remix – Richard H.Kirk*Written-By – Cooper*, Hammond*
4 Urf (Remix By Fila Brazillia)
Remix – Fila BrazilliaWritten-By – Cooper*, Hammond*

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Remixes from the album 'United Kingdoms'.
Track 1 Remixed at Pavillion Studios, London. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd / Rough Trade Publishing. Lyrics adapted from a parody of the popular patriotic, Victorian song of the same name.
Track 2 Remixed for Planet E Communications. Designed in Detroit for Accessible Formats. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Track 3 Remixed for Intone Productions at Western Works, Sheffield. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
Track 4 Remixed for PVP, Hull. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 4509-94754-2 0
  • Barcode (Scanned): 745099475420
  • Matrix / Runout: MAYKING RECORDS NEG67CD   10271721 03 &
  • Rights Society: GEMA / Biem
  • Label Code: LC 4281

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NEG67T, 4509-94754-0 Ultramarine Barefoot E.P.(12", EP) Blanco Y Negro, Blanco Y Negro NEG67T, 4509-94754-0 UK 1994 Sell This Version
4509-94804-2 Ultramarine Barefoot E.P.(CD, EP) Blanco Y Negro 4509-94804-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
SAM 1276 Ultramarine Barefoot EP(12", EP, Promo) Blanco Y Negro SAM 1276 UK 1994 Sell This Version
NEG67CDDJ Ultramarine Barefoot E.P.(CD, EP, Promo) Blanco Y Negro NEG67CDDJ UK 1995 Sell This Version



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April 29, 2012

BAREFOOT puts Ultramarine through the remix blender again, similar to their NIGHTFALL IN SWEETLEAF EP. But here, Drummie Zeb adds a dub rhythm to "Happy Land," while Carl Craig rubs "Hooter" with his Detroit techno magic, stretching out a sample of its horn section to become almost a jazz lament. Richard Kirk makes a reappearance, under his own name this time, for a more abstract mix of "The Badger," which retains the vocal bits and puts them in a more percussive setting. Fila Brazillia turn "Urf" dancefloor-friendly, keeping its acid line and horns, but adding in a 4/4 kick drum. A good collection, if not as transformational as the earlier EP.