Unknown Artist ‎– Pressure E.P.

Not On Label ‎– ASTO-1, Not On Label ‎– ASTO1
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label


A Untitled (Mix 1)
AA Untitled (Mix 2)


Pen on label "Big Daddy Test Press", no more info.
Sticker On Sleeve states "LOOSE", "ASTO 1", "MADE IN ENGLAND".
Pen on label "CAN'T HOLD BACK TEST"

Vocals on track A:
Leroy Smart - Get Smart
Barrington Levy - Many Changes in Life

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: ASTO-1 A
  • Matrix / Runout: ASTO1-AA


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September 8, 2014

This one for me is one i dont understand all the fuss is about.
It's not a bad tune but i wouldn't say it's a good tune either it's just very very ordinary.
I never recall this one being played by anybody, not that would make it a bad tune.
I also have to question if this is a 95 tune, the production is kind of iffy sounds no where near as polished as other tunes from 95
in summery i just think the tune does not flow very well, the sampling feels kind of thrown in there. the drum work is probably my biggest gripe, it sounds flat and is quite one patterned, and frankly a bit boring.
Dont get me wrong there's is a lot worse out there but then again there's a lot better, maybe if the tune had been from 93 or early 94 it's possible my opinion may have been different that for some strange reason i'd have been more forgiving but as it stands for 95 this tune does not cut it


January 10, 2013
I love this record, the A-side is a mad mashup featuring diva vocals a manic ragga section and even a Public Enemy sample before flipping into a Loose Ends sample from their 'Slow Down' tune which takes the track into the stratosphere for me. Banger!

The B-side is a much more stripped down version which still features the Loose Ends sample but without all the other elements. It's a decent tune but I just love all the mental change ups on the A-side!