Wots My Code / Total Science ‎– Dubplate (Total Science Remix) / Breakfast Club

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C.I.A. ‎– C.I.A.99005
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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a Wots My Code Dubplate (Total Science Remix)
Remix – Total ScienceWritten-By, Producer, Arranged By – D. Whittaker*, J. Hardy*
aa Total Science Breakfast Club
Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Total Science

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Made in England.

Track A samples Eek-A-Mouse - Wah Do Dem.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side a): CIA 005 A1 MPO Simon - Exchange 2000
  • Matrix / Runout (Side aa): CIA 005 AA1 MPO Exchange 2000 - Simon.

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alex.hurd

alex.hurd

April 4, 2015

classic 12inch. must have! 5/5
numnuts001

numnuts001

October 25, 2014
For me it's all about the what's my code dub plate remix... Absolutely love this version, and yes, the best so far!!! I was there in 1992-93-and 94... Went away for a while then jumped back in around the time this came about. Loved the revival of 2000! This was one of the best of that time :-)
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

October 14, 2012

OMG yes! This record is something else.

When this was released DNB really started to get much better then it had been. Previously there had been hints that DNB was ditching the lame techstep sound and was returning to its 1992/1993 roots of UK 'Ardkore. Before this record it was like... ok, were going to throw the old guys a bone by sticking in one cord of Maurice "This is acid" 2 maybe three times in the whole tune.

Total Science had previously remixed their 1992 anthem "Champion Sound" which was O...K... but nothing really great. The "Breakfast Club" was a totally new creation that wouldn't sound out of place in a 1993 DJ Ratty set. It featured the breakbeat loop from NWA's "Express Yourself", the bassline like in DMS's "Exterminate" (which also had the same breakbeat hmmmm...) and the classic Noise Factory style rave cord. The "Breakfast Club" is my favorite on here however the big tune was their remix of Ray Keith's Dubplate tune. The original was good, Ray Keith's own "Jump around" remix was the best. This one falls inbetween the two. It's not so much the quality of the remix that made this important. No. It's that this record helped several other producers to stop making lousy Techstep and to start making UK 'Ardkore-like cuts again. By the time I got to see Grooverider for the 2nd time he was no longer playing tacky Techstep but rather nearly an entire set of this 'Ardkore revival DNB. It was great! Sadly this phase only lasted till 2003 and then I pretty much stopped collecting these new records but it was a great 4 years.
psyense

psyense

May 25, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Best release from Total Science by far. I wore the Dubplate remix out back in the day. "I tell the DJ what to play, ya see"