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JacoShow Some Love

Label:Warp Records – WAP 29, Fourth Wave Records – WAP 29
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Progressive House, Techno

Tracklist

A1Show Some Love (Original Dub Remix)8:42
A2Show Some Love (Original Vocal Mix)7:58
B1Show Some Love (Rhythm Invention Remix)6:28
B2Show Some Love (Freak Sisters Remix)
EngineerR. Brown*
RemixFreak Sisters
5:54
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Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerJaco

Notes

Warp in association with 4th Wave

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scan): 5021603029064

Other Versions (5)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Show Some Love (CD, Single)Warp Records, Fourth Wave RecordsWAP 29CDUK1992
Show Some Love (12", 45 RPM)Fourth Wave RecordsFWT 004UK1992
Show Some Love (12", White Label, Promo)Warp RecordsFWT-004UK1992
Show Some Love (4×File, WAV, Single)Warp RecordsWAP29CDDEuropeUnknown
Show Some Love (4×File, FLAC, Single, Reissue)Warp RecordsWAP 29CDDUKUnknown

Reviews

flipwuk's profile picture
flipwuk
Edited one year ago
Rhythmic Invention Mix and original dub remix were the ones for me. This early progressive house tune definitely felt like a different direction at the time.
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rich2010
Edited one year ago
I think most DJ's used to understandably use the Dub Remix but I also have a soft spot for the Rhythm Invention Mix - less anthemic than the Original Dub but chunters along very nicely. Both are brilliant and deserve their place in a setlist
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TedWatkins303
Used to get huge response when I dropped Rhythm Invention Mix back in the day. Solid tune with great memories. Going to keep my copy until my ears don't work any more.
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Johnmarcus
Huge tune back in its day - but strangely as people have already mention not that well known by name.
Dub Remix is my favorite just about with its ware-house vibe - Big string intro, dropping into some darker synth rifts, deep bassline, dropping out to the vocal chant, with synth & strings coming back in build the track up again.
Rhythm Invention Remix is also really strong mix, utilizing similar elements but in a progressive style, building & building interweaving throughout the track.
Both mixes really worth listen too & adding to any DJ's collection.
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randyj
Edited 16 years ago
A landmark 1-of-a-kind techno dance record. I still play the good B-side remix(not the lame vocal a-side versions). Transformed vocal tweaks, groovy beat, and great production are the key here - a perfect dark classic. This is one of those old-school warehouse-rave choons people will praise you for playing and it's only the select Dj's who were "there" that seem to know it by name. Thanks to Warp for putting up their MP3's @ http://www.warprecords.com/bleep/ so you track it down (and listen to it:). Not totally obscure, but it has stayed kinda secret and OOP. Show some love and track down the used vinyl for a DJ friend and you will be loved forever.