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Tracklist

Security (Club Mix)5:51
Security (Radio Mix)4:56
Security (Security Beats)5:16
Security (Chants I)1:37
Security (Chants II)0:16
Security (Instraments)2:40

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    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Atlantic – 0-86485US1988US1988
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    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Pizazz Records – HR-007, HR Records – HR-007US1988US1988
    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 45 RPM
    ZYX Records – ZYX 5981, ZYX Records – 5981Germany1988Germany1988
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12"
    Bass Records – BSS 12-3UK1988UK1988
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    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    Atlantic – DMD 1254US1988US1988
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    Cover of Security, 1988, CDSecurity
    CD, Maxi-Single
    ZYX Records – ZYX 8-5981Germany1988Germany1988
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    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
    HR Records – HR-007, Pizazz Records – HR-007US1988US1988
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    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", Promo
    Bass Records – BSS 12-3UK1988UK1988
    New Submission
    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 45 RPM, Light Green Labels
    ZYX Records – ZYX 5981Germany1988Germany1988
    Cover of Security, 1988, VinylSecurity
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Stereo, Specialty Records Corporation Pressing
    Atlantic – 0-86485US1988US1988
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Security, 1989, VinylSecurity
    12", 45 RPM
    Champion – CHAMP 12-223, Champion – CHAMP 12 · 223UK1989UK1989
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    Cover of Security, 1989, VinylSecurity
    12", 45 RPM, Promo
    Champion – CHAMP 12-223UK1989UK1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Security, 1989, VinylSecurity
    7", 45 RPM
    Champion – CHAMP 223UK1989UK1989
    New Submission
    Cover of Security, 1989, VinylSecurity
    12", 45 RPM, Company Sleeve
    Champion – CHAMP 12-223UK1989UK1989
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    Cover of Security, 1990, VinylSecurity
    12"
    Robs Records – 12 ROB 1UK1990UK1990
    Cover of Security, 1990, CDSecurity
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Robs Records – CDROB1UK1990UK1990
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Security, 1990-11-26, VinylSecurity
    7"
    Robs Records – 7 ROB 1UK1990UK1990
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    Cover of Security, 1990, CassetteSecurity
    Cassette, Single, Stereo
    Robs Records – C ROB 1UK1990UK1990
    New Submission
    Cover of Security, 1990, VinylSecurity
    12", Single, White Label
    Robs Records – 12ROB1UK1990UK1990
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    Cover of Security, 2013-12-04, FileSecurity
    6×File, ALAC, Reissue
    Not On Label (The Beat Club Self-Released) – none20132013
    New Submission

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    Reviews

    • Parokeths's avatar
      Parokeths
      A mixer's dream.... early electro-beats and breaks in the style of Afrika Bambaataa, with dark vocals.
      • dizmo101's avatar
        dizmo101
        WoW...… Game changer. Next level 808 and has never been replicated.
        • Hammafan's avatar
          Hammafan
          Genuinely astounded to not see any comments on this, what with the watchers/owners ratios on every version out there.

          Security (club mix) is the best mix, but the beats mix runs it close. Both are a DJ’s dream. Excellent crossover electro/freestyle / v-early breakbeat track. Atmospheric and dreamy yet dark. Vocals sexy & reassuring yet warning. In a dark misty club at 2am this would have taken me away. Astonishingly good.
          • thechabot's avatar
            thechabot
            Edited one year ago
            One of the few tracks that you could hear on radio POWER96 and then go to an underground rave and see the Fever Crew battling to it. To me, in the same category as George Acosta's Fever Express.
            • Fizza's avatar
              Fizza
              There's quite a large crossover between Freestyle & Electro, and I daresay that Freestyle was born of Electro/Hip Hop, finding its roots in Planet Rock, a track more than heavily sampled in many Freestyle records, with early genre defining tracks by Shannon, Xena, C-Bank, Debbie Deb, even Aleem & Carol Lynn Townes etc.. establishing the future sound of what was to come.

              The way I see it, if it fits and speaks to you, it's all good no matter when, where or what you heard it mixed with. I see Electro / Freestyle / Miami Bass / Club / Rave / Breaks all applying as tags for this track. Even if you find yourself disagreeing with that I feel comfortable that Classic is a tag we can all raise a glass to.

              Cheers!
              • SpindigoSounds's avatar
                just heard this song (the club mix) for the first time... holy SHEESH this is a massive banger. come to find out it's from the 80s... wow its so good with the choppy chops and the boomin drums. the orchestral stabs are a vintage treasure... an artifact. this is how stabs should be done.
                • tranzyd's avatar
                  tranzyd
                  Edited 4 years ago
                  What A huge tune, sounded so heavy back in the day, still to this day an excellent production TR808 beats like you have never heard ! Love it , this has to be one of my favs from late 80s absolute banger -Have my original copy since 1988 - I love to play it at -6 speed
                  • 808-MAN's avatar
                    808-MAN
                    Have this on a cd in my car along with around 200 others. Played The Club Mix on way home from work and still a classic in its own right. Unique beat, almost electro est. One of those you could dance too beats. Clever couple indeedy. Tune!!!, always will be.
                    • 8892sales's avatar
                      8892sales
                      Still listen to this at least once every two or three weeks. It's still a powershaker of badass proportions. 30 years old !!!! and still makes me shudder with pleasure. Flipping heck, it really is kind of depressing that all those years have passed since the days it rocked the airwaves and warehouse clubs but blimey does the production still hold up. This was pretty much played all over the place. Still totally enchanting.

                      Murderous tune, murderous.
                      • Clear-Sounds's avatar
                        Clear-Sounds
                        I have the cassette version of the 7". Same track list as the 7". Cat# C ROB 1

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