Wedlock ‎– Ruffneck (Sound Of The Drum & The Bass)

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Ruffneck Records ‎– RUF034-5
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

Logo Side:
A-1 Ruffneck (Sound Of The Drum & The Bass) 5:18
Write Side:
B-1 Children Of Artcore 5:01
B-2 Forandrea (At The Sound Of The Tone) 5:46

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Credits

Notes

What I think
when I'm not
Thinking

When music makes pictures
in my mind
and when pictures seem
like long-forgotten music

When the impression
blends wth the analysis
and yet is correct

When hard facts
become more like fragments
of a game
that I play, endlessly

Then I'm alive...

Wedlock

Midtown Distribution

Made in Belgium
©1996 XSV-Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 8713359001803
  • Barcode (Text): 8 713359 001803
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): RUF034-A HCB 874728
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): RUF034-B HCB 874728
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other (Etching A-side): PREPARE FOR A RUFFNECK REVOLUTION.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RUF034-5 Wedlock Ruffneck (Sound Of The Drum & The Bass)(3xFile, MP3, 320) Ruffneck Records RUF034-5 Netherlands 2014

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steptom

steptom

May 3, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
And a decade on from Groovemaster's comment.... i still agree with him, this is a masterpiece. Even during the Gangsta / Supreme Intelligence / Genosha and Enzyme period the quality and content of the "A1 Ruffneck (Sound Of The Drum & The Bass)" track is not matched yet.
Yes Ruffneck / Ophidian / Nosferatu / Meagashira and the other of the Enzyme crew have produced some realy good things, but nothing like this: to qoute Groovemaster "so much emotion in this track".

Till this day "Ruffneck (Sound Of The Drum & The Bass)" is still my favorite hardcore track.
!! Ruffneck and Enzyme style 4ever !!
Groovemaster

Groovemaster

May 1, 2004
Track A1 is the main track. And that's not just a main track. Mister Patrick van Kerckhoven, the man behind Wedlock, has put so much emotion in this track.
Typical Ruffneck style; hard, fast, filled with percussions and an agressive tune. And that's what this track is all about. One of my personal favorites.

Track B1 isn't quite a typical Ruffneck track. It is more experimental, has less melody and certainly not the energy that track A1 contains.

Track B2 is a bit of a weird track, if you're used to the typical Ruffneck sound. Also more experimental and less energy.

Still, because of the awesome A1 track, this is one of my favorite Ruffneck record ever.