SacredDo It Together (Remix) / As One

Sacred - Do It Together (Remix) / As One album cover
Label:Pursuit Records – PUR 001
Vinyl, 12", White Label, 45 RPM, Stamped
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle


ADo It Together (Remix)
BAs One

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White label only release. This is the stamped version.

Track A samples vocal from 'Don't Scandalize Mine' by Sugar Bear.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): PUR 001 - A ∗ JTS ∗
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): PUR 001 - B ∗ JTS ∗

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Do It Together (Remix) / As One (12", 45 RPM, White Label)Pursuit RecordsPUR 001UK1993


  • cheesypeanuts's avatar
    best version of do it together, original is ok but when the amen comes in over the top of those stabs, it's just perfect
    • djjamie's avatar
      Eclipse memories right here! WHAT A TUNE. Everything that you could possibly want from this era.
      • Mitriy's avatar
        Daddy Freddy on vocals, taken from Hustlers Convention. London Massive!
        • Not_Realname's avatar
          For me this release is all about "As One", great energy and lots of nice percussive elements. I swear I can catch some steel drum action in there... "Do It Together (Remix)" is a good track, but I prefer the original version. All-in-All an excellent EP that is quite sought after. Hopefully I can procure a copy one day for myself...
          • numnuts001's avatar
            Edited 7 years ago
            I remember buying this record in 1993 from a little independent record store in Guildford.. It sounded great then, and it still sounds fucking great now!!! London fuckin massive... Choooon!!!!
            • AlexWise's avatar
              I cant believe no one has posted a comment about this track yet.
              The most important mix of this record was the "LONDON MASSIVE REMIX"

              This is one of the best hardcore tunes of all times.
              If like or listened to Drum&bass or Happy Hardcore then this record has a hudge part to do with its existence.

              This tune got absolutely rinsed on pirate radio stations back in 92/93 it had very memorable samples in it, two being the guy saying LONDON-MASSIVE, the other being "Call me a Star, Watch me Shine" sampled from Sugar Bear.

              Sadly it is a very rare record to get hold of, and never made it commercially, although you can c it pop up on some mix compilations, ratpack, and others.

              If you didn’t listen to Hardcore back in 92/93 you probably wouldn’t understand this tune.

              If you did listen to that type of music, but don’t recognise the name of the tune im talking about, find a copy/sample of it, and il promise you, that you will start dancing like a monkey.

              Cool tune, happy days.



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