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SL2On A Ragga Tip

Label:XL Recordings – XLT-29
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Damont Pressing
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Acid

Tracklist

A1On A Ragga Tip (Original Mix)5:11
A2Pleasure (Original Mix)4:05
AA1Changing Trax (Original Mix)5:00
AA2Bassquake (Plus 8 Mix)4:26
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℗&© XL Recordings 1992

Finished at New Age Productions Studio
Published by Momentum Music
Made in England

Track A1 Samples:
Vocal from Jah Screechie - Walk and Skank

Track A2 samples:
Vocal & piano from On The House - Pleasure Control

Track AA1 samples:
Piano from Sweet D - Thank Ya
Vocal from Public Enemy - Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos
Breakbeat from Meat Beat Manifesto - Radio Babylon

There are known copies with the "AA" Label on both sides of the vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012093 502960
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etchings side A): XLT 29 A¹ 2 DAMONT 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etchings side AA): XLT 29 AA¹ 2 DAMONT 1

Other Versions (5 of 22)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
On A Ragga Tip (CD, Single)XL RecordingsXLS-29CDUK1992
On A Ragga Tip / Changing Trax (7", 45 RPM)XL RecordingsXLS-29UK1992
On A Ragga Tip (CD, Maxi-Single)Blow Up, XL RecordingsINT 825.948Germany1992
On A Ragga Tip (12", 45 RPM)Torso DanceTorso 12219Netherlands1992
On A Ragga Tip (CD, Maxi-Single)Torso DanceCD 219Netherlands1992

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djemmay's profile picture
djemmay
I’ve just read on James Masterton’s UK chart commentary for week ending 15th February 1997 (when the remixes charted at number 31), that upon it’s first release in 1992 it ‘attracted unlikely praise from none other than Paul McCartney’.
DJ-SMiDDY's profile picture
DJ-SMiDDY
Sat in a scaffold lighting rig with a vision mixing engineer slightly worse for wear over the top of Legendary rave in Warrington - looking right down on a packed warehouse going absolutely nuts for Ragga Tip. Agree it comes 3rd in order of best tunes on the ep. So what does that tell you - SL2 were massive back then !!!
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Wickedmarkonwax
Bassquake and pleasure my preferred tracks of this EP .
tjroadshow's profile picture
tjroadshow
Happy times , Exodus free "do" , 4AM , disused warehouse next to junction 13 - M1 , 1000's of ravers , time travel back there whenever I hear this iconic tune !!!
purist77's profile picture
purist77
Edited 6 years ago
nice little tune
yellow_roland's profile picture
yellow_roland
I've a copy here with same labels but "MPO" etched into run-outs (not DAMONT) and the run-out is within an inch of labels (DAMONT release has greater dead wax space) although tracks still cut at 33.
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recordmania4
early rave tracks
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djdom1uk
Edited 8 years ago
There doesn't seem to be any credit in the original versions for the sample from the following (1984) release (which was re-issued in 1992):

http://www.discogs.com/Jah-Screechy-Dawbaz-Band-Walk-Skank-Stop-Mix-Batman-Robin-Mix/release/1967520

There is a credit in the '97 release though, which is how I discovered this!
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JJ_Amblin
On A Ragga Tip built nicely on the ragamuffin (or even ska!) styling of SL2's previous smash "Way In My Brain" and the memorable hook helped it get to number 2 in the UK singles chart without denting SL2's credibility too much. The third man on the recording was one MC Screechy, who some years later was discovered to be working as a mechanic at a London bus depot.