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Jam This RecordJam This Record

Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Electro
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Jam This Record7:00
Jam This Record (Instrumental Dub)3:40
Jam This Record (7" Edit)3:40

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    Cover of Jam This Record, 1988-07-12, VinylJam This Record
    12", 45 RPM
    Propeller – REV25, Propeller – X19028New Zealand1988New Zealand1988
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Jam This Record, 1988-02-00, CassetteJam This Record
    Cassette
    Propeller – REV 25, Festival Records – C19028New Zealand1988New Zealand1988
    Cover of Jam This Record, 1988, VinylJam This Record
    12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, White Label
    Propeller – REV 25New Zealand1988New Zealand1988

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    • Hypnotic_Rhythms's avatar
      http://www.nzonscreen.com/title/jam-this-record-1988
      Taking its title from a quote from Def Jam's Rick Rubin, NZ's first homegrown house record was a one-off studio project made by four graduates of the punk and post-punk scenes of the late 70s and early 80s — Simon Grigg (Suburban Reptiles manager and Propeller Records boss), Alan Jansson (Steroids and Body Electric), James Pinker (The Features) and Dave Bulog (Car Crash Set). It was released in NZ as a white label 12" 45 and made a brief appearance in the UK club charts. Grigg and Jansson went on to work together on OMC's international hit 'How Bizarre'.

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