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Johnny ViciousFrozen Bass Volume 1

Label:Vicious Muzik Records – JV-002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House

Tracklist

A1The Swing5:04
A2Believe This11:00
B1Too Much Lovin'8:00
B2Hype6:01
B3Hype (Factory Mix)4:10
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℗ Johnny Vicious for Vicious Muzik Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 69788-4667-1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): JV-002-A Europadisk NY USA 8603 𝄞
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): JV-002-B Europadisk NY USA 8603 𝄞

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Frozen Bass Volume 1 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Stamped)Vicious Muzik RecordsJV-002US1993

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    • DayTrip's avatar
      DayTrip
      'believe this' uses the same vocal as the Fierce Ruling Diva's "you gotta believe (the atomic slide) " from 1992. As far as I know THAT is the original. Many people know that to be a rave anthem as well.
      DJ Onionz also remixed that FRD track as a song on Imperial Dub Recordings
      • dmp's avatar
        dmp
        "Believe This" contains samples of Todd Terry's "Warlock" (1988) and of course the infamous samples of "Bob James - Take Me to the Mardi Gras" (1975).
        • seanb003's avatar
          seanb003
          Uuuuuh...Smylz has a strong point..."Believe This" is not just the best track on this LP, it's one of the greatest Rave Anthems ever created. If you heard it (at a rave) while in the middle of 3000 people, bouncing up and down...then, well, you know.
          • lhalha's avatar
            lhalha
            Not disagreeing with the previous reviewer, but "The Swing" is a brilliant track that will instantly bring a party to life. It uses a really bugged out sampled disco break and a frenzied guitar riff loop with the vocal hook "swing to the music", then drops a classic 4x4 before getting a little lost in a bit of a dreary organ loop, at which point most DJs move on to something else. A real energetic party track and great to use as a first tune to blow away the previous DJ. You just need to make sure you have some more tunes that keep up the frenzied pace...
            • Smylz's avatar
              Smylz
              Edited 19 years ago
              "Believe This" is the track to buy this record for. Through out the song it gradually slows down into a "Peter Piper" hip-hop beat and then speeds back up to the original catchy techno-house beat.

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