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Sonic FoodPeople Of The Rhythm

Label:Chill – TUV 29
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

APeople Of Rhythm
B1Ascend
B2Universal
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Notes

℗ & © 1993 Chill Music
Made in England

Correct title of the track on the A-side is "People Of Rhythm".
The title is falsely printed on the label like "People Of The Rhythm".
The title is printed correct on the sleeve sticker.

Track A samples:
Vocal from Katch 22 - Ghetto Child

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021995 002966
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): TUV 29 A1 The Exchange - Nilz. Damont
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): TUV 29 AA1 Charly says go away Damont The Exchange - Nilz.

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
People Of Rhythm (12", White Label, Promo)ChillTUV 29UK1993
New Submission
People Of Rhythm (3×File, FLAC, EP, Reissue)Cold BlownoneUK2023

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  • IUKC's avatar
    IUKC
    Universal is a great little track! . . . .
    • petespara's avatar
      petespara
      There is a remastered digital available on Cold Blow for this.
      • 808-MAN's avatar
        808-MAN
        Ascend samples Sanctuary Of Love throughout and lovely track. Put together very well.
        • guyfromthebible's avatar
          Mr. Adkins please come back!!! Revive EMU and all stuff like this!
          • Stuck_In_1992's avatar
            Stuck_In_1992
            Edited 7 years ago
            No one has written about this? This record is an undiscovered gem in my mind. The sound here is pure Dave Charlesworth, I thought it was Dave till I looked it up again on Discogs. It's not Dave but I'm sure that's what this artist was going for. The big track here is "Ascend" and that's just what it does, it takes you up. It's a super happy (happyhardcore?) tune that samples the Kaotic Chemestry LSD EP with Dave Charlesworth style riffs on top. The other tracks are ok as well but not as amazing. "People of Rhythm" sounds like Force Mass Motion. I'm really surprised I didn't hear this track first in a Grooverider set as this is the sort of happy tune he was playing along side the darkcore in 1993. Carl Cox would have been all over the FMM style track. I guess this artist wasn't schmoozing with the big DJs or perhaps I just haven't heard the set where they play this. Either way, I have this and I'm going to rinse it in my studio sets. :)

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