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DJ Red Alert & Mike SlammerYou Are The One / Let's Do It

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You Are The One5:28
Let's Do It5:58

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Written & produced at Slammer Studios, London.

First edition pressing released on coloured vinyl with black/yellow font on the label. Several editions existing, e.g. in red vinyl, yellow vinyl, clear vinyl, pink, red marbled and brown vinyl.

Repressings have been released on black vinyl only and contain various font colour combinations such as black/green, black/yellow or black/red

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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994-00-00, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Red marbled
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994-00-00, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Clear
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Brown Marbled
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Yellow
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Pink
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Red translucent
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", Promo, White Label, 45 RPM
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1994, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM
Orange translucent
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1994UK1994
New Submission
Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 1997, VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM, Repress
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK1997UK1997
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, 2021-04-16, FileYou Are The One / Let's Do It
2×File, FLAC
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UK2021UK2021
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You Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM, Reissue
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR 007UKUK
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Cover of You Are The One / Let's Do It, , VinylYou Are The One / Let's Do It
12", 45 RPM, White Label
Slammin' Vinyl – RAR007UKUK
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  • eknepho's avatar
    eknepho
    Edited one month ago
    My first Slammin' Vinyl- here are the samples, I've able to come across

    You are the One//
    Degrees Of Motion Featuring Biti With Kit West - Shine On

    Let's Do It //
    Electric Choc - Shock the Beat (Piano mix)
    Philly Cream - Love Can't Turn Around
    Mental Cube - Chile of the Bass Generation
    Success-N-Effect- Roll It Up (Remix) (Bass Kickin' Beats)
    • glitchtrauma's avatar
      glitchtrauma
      usually a fan of the much darker, more technical futuristic hardcore. but I can't resist the memories with this one. Maybe it's the cheap rum and awful 50P battered beef burgers at uni which probably ended up with me swallowing bones inadvertently - hence the puking at 6 AM! aaaanyway uber classic!
      • Wickedmarkonwax's avatar
        Melted my W/L copy of this on the radiator i was bloody distraught :-(
        • europa1705's avatar
          europa1705
          Yeah, that's why we liked it, you popper.
          • DJMK1's avatar
            DJMK1
            Edited 15 years ago
            “You Are The One” samples Degrees of Motion - "Shine On" and “Lets Do It” is a mash up of Carl Cox’s Success In Effect, Electric Choc, Shock The Beat and vocals from Darryl Pandy Love Cant Turn Around.
            The samples are all of a really poor quality sample rate, and most are poorly edited, with overruns and non looping loops. Really low quality production which was endemic of the type of breakbeat hardcore being produced at the time. Cheap quick easy rip offs of older dance tracks, even stuff that hadn’t been out very long was getting ripped off regularly.
            I heard “You are the one” played in Kavos at a beech bar played at 33 RPM, the DJ was convinced that that was the speed and wouldn’t take it from me or anyone else that it wasn’t a remix of the Degrees record but a blatant rip off…caused a huge argument and almost a punch up!