Zero B ‎– The E.P. (Brand New Mixes)

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Ffrreedom ‎– TABX 102, Ffrreedom ‎– 869 663-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
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A1 Lock Up (Monolith Mix) 5:27
A2 Spinning Wheel (The Rumple Remix)
Remix – Zero BRemix [Assisted By] – Smokin' Jo
5:22
AA1 Module (V.C.F. Mix) 3:42
AA2 Eclipse (Warp 2)
Remix – Zero BRemix [Assisted By] – Smokin' Jo
4:26

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  • Barcode: 0 42286 96631 1
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 7654

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GAD6 Zero B Module EP(12", EP) Great Asset GAD6 UK 1991 Sell This Version
869 663-1 Zero B The E.P. (Brand New Mixes)(12", EP) Ffrreedom 869 663-1 Netherlands 1992 Sell This Version
TABCD 102, 869 663-2 Zero B The E.P. (Brand New Mixes)(CD, EP) Ffrreedom, Ffrreedom TABCD 102, 869 663-2 UK & Europe 1992 Sell This Version
TAB 102, 869 662-7 Zero B The E.P. (Brand New Mixes)(7", EP) Ffrreedom, Ffrreedom TAB 102, 869 662-7 UK 1992 Sell This Version
IGN 001 Zero 'B'* The E.P.(12", EP) Ignition Records (9) IGN 001 UK 1991 Sell This Version

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Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

June 24, 2012

I bought this to have "Lock Up" on 12". Its a bit of a played out anthem at this point so when I heard the track on the flipside I was pleasently surprised. The real under-rated gem on this 12" is "Module (V.C.F.)" Its a real deep and dark jungle tekno sort of track. I previously heard this track in a Kleez-One set but it failed to impress. On its own or book ended with happy tracks, this one really stands out.
billysulphate

billysulphate

July 1, 2010

i have fond memories of this tune at raven 3 laying on the stage in a pool of sweat, then somone asked me "m8t you still alive"
FriendlyHenry

FriendlyHenry

January 29, 2008

Lock Up is one of those rare records from the early 90's that hasn't dated and still rocks any dancefloor. It's the combination of the euphoric chords at the start, and then that wicked break kicks in, and the off-key bassline. It's irresistable! Some would argue, no doubt, that it is a hardcore tune, in the same area musically as early Prodigy, Altern 8 etc, but at the time it was a record that re-wrote the rules rather than being pitched at a specific audience. (5 dancing men, no bother!)