Various ‎– Newcastle vs. Newcastle EP

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Strike Records ‎– STRIKE 025
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

GGM Side
A1 DJ Smurf Fuck Me Geordie 4:40
A2 DJ UEP* Get A Haircut 6:55
A3 Armaged:Don Sparky 4:11
Bloody Fist Side
B1 Sub-Urbane Pauley 5:41
B2 Ghetto Child Ultra Sore Neck 3:48
B3 Memetic Kak Etc. 6:35

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Some pressings contain the correct A-Side but the B-Side is the A-Side from Strike 26.

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2Styliztik

2Styliztik

May 30, 2017
I bought this record brand new from BPM Records in Sydney around 2001. Geoff Da Chef, who was working there at the time, pointed it out to me as a record worth buying. Shortly after, I spoke to DJ Smurf about his track, Fuck Me Geordie, he seemed quite surprised that I acquired the vinyl brand new in 2001, when the record came out in 1999. Possible leftover stock hidden away in the Sound Base Music warehouse? Fuck Me Geordie is the most well known track on this record, back when Speedcore wasn't taking itself too seriously.

In their ongoing quest to annihilate Ultra-Sonic, Bloody Fist submitted Ghetto Child's lovely diss track (and clever track name), Ultra Sore Neck. The track is based around one of Ultra-Sonic's lesser known tracks, I Just Can't Stop.

Mark N has stated he likes tracks that start and finish differently in regards to BPM. Memetic had previously done this on their B2 track on FIST11. This seems to have influenced the Memetic boys, the track starts off with funky Hip Hop beats, then after an ominious breakdown the track descends into Speedcore madness. You may have noticed this track towards the end of Side A of Rent Money Acquisition Exercise Vol. 6. There was an amusing rumour that KAK stands for Kerri-Anne Kennerley!