Yellow Sox ‎– Flim Flam

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Nuphonic ‎– NUX 109
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Flim Flam (Original Mix) 8:17
A2 Flim Flam (Faze Beats)
Engineer – Ben MitchellGuitar [Additional] – WilkingswoodRemix – Faze Action, Simon Lee
3:30
B1 Flim Flam (Faze Action Live Guitar Dub)
Engineer – Ben MitchellGuitar [Additional] – WilkingswoodRemix – Faze Action, Simon Lee
6:39
B2 Flim Flam (Faze Action Mix #2)
Engineer – Ben MitchellGuitar [Additional] – WilkingswoodRemix – Faze Action, Simon Lee
6:24

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Written, arranged & produced for On Track Productions.
Engineered at State 51 Studios. Mastered at Porkys Mastering.
A2, B1 & B2: Engineered at Can Can Studios.

1996. ℗ & © Nuphonic Records.
Made in the U.K.

A1: 124 BPM
A2: 124 BPM
B1: 124 BPM
B2: 124 BPM

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  • Barcode: 5030436001093

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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

May 23, 2016
the repeating voice sample in this record sounds just like the beginning of Missy Elliot from her "the Rain" single https://www.discogs.com/Missy-Elliott-The-Rain-Supa-Dupa-Fly/release/1391752 but that track was released in 97..?? maybe its a sample?
-sheez-

-sheez-

March 22, 2015
I remember hearing this circa 96 at some outdoor party in a quarry. It was light, about 5 in t'morning and this livened up a flagging dancefloor. Original mix, every time. Took me ages to get someone to part with their copy! Can now be yours for about two quid! That's fashion/ignorance for ya!
TheGlynja

TheGlynja

June 29, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Nice job by Diesel on this mid-tempo, very X-Press 2 stylee, funky bassline guitar dub builder. Great for an early set selection as exemplified by Scotland's Justin Robertson amongst others (aka Lionrock). Mix 2 takes a more wa-wa guitar route similar to Hustlers Convention or maybe Outrage. Flanging synth chord stabs end up giving it a more melancholy feel though.

On the flipside, the Original mix presents a much more disco-influenced, cheery, almost bouncy house guitar builder. Even this, though, promises more in the build-up than it delivers in the crescendo, despite it being probably the best mix on the disc. Good for a set starter record, but not ont to dwell too long with. Bonus beats at the end are good for fun.