Label:Hooj Choons – HOOJ 33
Vinyl, 12", White Label
Style:House, Euro House


A1Deeper (Matt Darey Remix - Alternative Version)
RemixMatt Darey
A2Deeper (Matt Darey Radio Mix)
RemixMatt Darey
B1Deeper (Original Mix)
Co-producerAndy Allder
B2Deeper (A Deeper Cut)
RemixDeeper Cut

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  • Lacquer Cut ByGuy's*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): HOOJ 33 A1 GUY'S THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): HOOJ 33 B1

Other Versions (5 of 11)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Deeper (CD, Single)Hooj Choons, Ffrreedom, Hooj Choons, FfrreedomTABCD 236, 850 341.2UK1995
Recently Edited
Deeper (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)FfrreedomTXDJ 236UK1995
Recently Edited
Deeper (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Ffrreedom, Ffrreedom, Hooj ChoonsTABX236, 850 341.1UK1995
New Submission
Deeper (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)FFRR850 341-1Italy1995
New Submission
Deeper (CD, Single, Cardboard Sleeve)Barclay850 340-2France1995



  • Dunfal's avatar
    This is the last HOOJ i need to complete my collection. Will pay triple figures (based on samples / quality).
    • oldskool-master's avatar
      Can someone upload a video of the original mix I'd love to hear it
      • adrianfrst's avatar
        The rarest Hooj ever. Very little info on this release exists and most discography sites contain a gap or blank entry for HOOJ33, except where I have supplied the info.

        Originally, release 33 was going to be
        Deeper Cut - Love Surrounds You, licenced to London. However due to issues between the artists and London it never saw the light of day, despite getting a remix from Red Jerry. A few accetates were pressed and Tall Paul hammered it.

        Hooj 33 is a white label promo of Escrima - Deeper. The tracklisting is different to the FFRR promo and release tab236, with 4 different tracks. The Matt Darey Remix is longer than on the FFRR, with different arrangement and a few additional sounds. The Radio Mix is identical to the TAB236 CD. The B side mixes never made it past this pressing.

        There is no artist, tracklisting or credits on the label, it's just plain white in a plain black sleeve. After conversation with various people, including Andy Allder who co-produced and remixed the track, I have been able to piece together the information. I'm unsure as to whether this went out as Escrima or just Tall Paul.

        I have to say this is My favorite Hooj of all time. It took me eight years to locate a copy of the Original Mix since hearing it on the clubbing TV show "BPM" back in 1995.

        This comment / review contains some information from, which I have taken over and will soon be updating.


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