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Tracklist

TeegoPlenty Lovin (Bedroom In Loxwood Rd)5:16
F.X.Heartbeat (Bedroom In Manor Park)4:42
Human BeingThe Box Opened (Bedroom In Space)5:34
On The Same BuzzStand Up (Bedroom In Park Lane)5:06

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    Cover of Volume 1, 1993, VinylVolume 1
    12", Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Straight From The Bedroom – BED 001UK1993UK1993
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    Cover of Volume 1, 1993, VinylVolume 1
    12", Promo, White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Straight From The Bedroom – BED 001UK1993UK1993
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    Cover of Volume 1, 2021, VinylVolume 1
    12", Reissue, Test Pressing, White Label, Clear Marbled
    Straight From The Bedroom – SFTB001UK2021UK2021
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    Cover of Volume 1, 2021-10-22, VinylVolume 1
    12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Reissue
    Straight From The Bedroom – SFTB 001UK2021UK2021
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    Cover of Volume 1, 2021-10-22, FileVolume 1
    4×File, FLAC
    Straight From The Bedroom – BED 001, Kemet – BED 00120212021
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    • BlueMoonWax's avatar
      BlueMoonWax
      Excellent work yet again. Gotta say, I miss the lil jump on the intro of Plenty lovin'. It's how I've always known it and forms part of its character.
      • Back2nite's avatar
        Back2nite
        This is a test press, just for people knowing, Ian Kemet Crew
        • jollijedi's avatar
          jollijedi
          Edited 2 years ago
          My copy is pressed with a single face side down label from SCR006 (krave - revenge ep).
          • Jarlek's avatar
            Jarlek
            I thought Teego's "Plenty Lovin" was released in 1994, as it featured on Kenny Ken's Hardcore Junglistic Fever Vol. 1 which was released that year. So I was a bit shocked to find it ,much earlier as it's very Jungle orientated even for the time, it looks like it was probably produced in 1992 as it featured on Kenny Ken's Hardcore Junglism Kenny Ken Vol. 2 which looks like a self-released mixtape series Kenny did in late '92! He must have had a test press as I'm assuming it was released in early 93 in line with the other tunes on it! I also didn't realise it was Johnny Osbourne vocals, not being an expert on all things Reggae, as being pitched up the vocals sound more feminine as opposed to a male's! Amazing tune with the use of the vocal, a throbbing sub bass line; Jungle laser Fx blasts and a wicked synth stab permeating throughout the tune!
            • ruffnek's avatar
              ruffnek
              wicked old-school release.
              interesting though, as i thought it was my copy that had a tiny skip at the start of A1 but it seems the youtube track posted has the same.
              i guess im pleased about that

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