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N.C.* & AsendTake Your Soul / Rubber Band

Genre:Electronic
Style:Jungle
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Take Your Soul
Rubber Band

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    Cover of Take Your Soul / Rubber Band, 1994, VinylTake Your Soul / Rubber Band
    10", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 12002UK1994UK1994
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    Cover of Take Your Soul / Rubber Band, 1994, VinylTake Your Soul / Rubber Band
    10", Promo, White Label, Stamped
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 2UK1994UK1994
    Take Your Soul / Rubber Band
    12", Promo, White Label, Stamped
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 2UK1994UK1994
    New Submission
    Cover of Take Your Soul / Rubber Band, 1994, VinylTake Your Soul / Rubber Band
    10", White Label
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 2UK1994UK1994
    New Submission
    Cover of Take Your Soul / Rubber Band, 1994, VinylTake Your Soul / Rubber Band
    10", Test Pressing, White Label
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 2UK1994UK1994
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Take Your Soul / Rubber Band, 1994, VinylTake Your Soul / Rubber Band
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
    Second Movement Recordings – SMR 2UK1994UK1994
    New Submission

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    • BlueMoonWax's avatar
      BlueMoonWax
      Agree, Take your soul is tune & a half. Way ahead of its time, featuring those 2-step beats & that dirty bass note.
      I tried mixing Rubber Band once, live on the radio & will never do it again. The beats are not DJ friendly whatsoever !
      • Mr_Ayel's avatar
        Mr_Ayel
        'Take Your Soul' is such a great tune - bags of haunting atmosphere, steppers beats, and a HUGE bassline. Clean production and arrangement that was ahead of it's time I'd say. The back 2 basics/second movement boys never seem to get much props, but they created an array of absolute monsters back in the day.
        I'm surprised this sells for so little. As breakbeatscientist said - the flip is a good'un too. Grab a copy!
        • breakbeatscientist's avatar
          Edited 6 months ago
          'Take Your Soul' is a classic track in itself, but I can remember 'Rubber Band' on the flip being the one that grabbed me more.

          Featuring steppin' breaks accompanied by soothing harmonious 'Oooohing' vocals. What made this track stand out was the ingenious use of timestretched breaks which gave the track an ascending, clockwork feel and combined it with a "twanging" bass sound which really made "Rubber Band' live up to it's title

          One of those B-Sides where the artists really got to play around with things and playful it certainly is.

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