EKO ‎– Rush 'N' Roulette / Renegade Rewind

Knitebreed ‎– BREED 4
Vinyl, 12"


A Rush 'N' Roulette 5:42
AA Renegade Rewind 6:01



Track AA samples rap from A.D.O.R. - 'One For The Trouble' and vocals from John Parr - 'Restless Heart'.

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January 8, 2013
edited over 2 years ago

This is one happy hardcore classic that will never let me down in a set it has been played countless of times in the new monkey club and always had the dance floor on there feet the best part is that this is the original press of the record and not the repress although the both can be mistaken from one another due to them been on the same lable but for any makina/hardcore dj you can tell the original from the press as the press on side b is blue and the original is not for me this is one track that will fit nicely in with my collection.


September 5, 2010
edited over 4 years ago
ye the tune is originaly by John Parr-Restless Heart(Running Away With You)

and was the tune used at the end of running man the film,, staring arnold schwarzenegger


August 30, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
Renegade rewind is definetly one of the timeless hardcore classics. Much more of a darker feeling track that your usual run of the mill happy hardcore songs. The intro is definetly a different one. The first break is only 8 counts then goes straight into a stomping beat.
The vocals of this track are sung very emotionally:
This is no game, standing in the dark-i swear I heard you calling me name
Now things have changed
No pain no gain
Something in your eyes jsut told me that this nightmare would end
Now i found a friend, this is no game
The two breakdowns in this song are definetly more then enough to make this song work.

Rush 'N' Roulette is more of a gabber sounding track. Definelty a track to finish a set. No vocals in this track.