Yellow Sox ‎– Flim Flam

Nuphonic ‎– NUX 109
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
B1 Flim Flam (Faze Action Live Guitar Dub)
Engineer – Ben MitchellGuitar [Additional] – WilkingswoodRemix – Faze Action, Simon Lee
B2 Flim Flam (Faze Action Mix #2)
Engineer – Ben MitchellGuitar [Additional] – WilkingswoodRemix – Faze Action, Simon Lee

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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

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5030436001093
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO NUX 109 A1 PAULS@PORKYS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO NUX 109 AA1 -PAULS|CUTZ-


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May 23, 2016
the repeating voice sample in this record sounds just like the beginning of Missy Elliot from her "the Rain" single but that track was released in 97..?? maybe its a sample?


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!


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.