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Armand Van HeldenEP

Label:Strictly Rhythm – SR EP-6, Strictly Rhythm – SR EP6
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Tribal House

Tracklist

A1Witch Doktor
A2Nrongo Ra Mrongo
B1I Feel It
B2Donkey
B3Break Da 80's
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Notes

Produced and Mixed for Ya Muthas House Productions.
Published by Breakdancin Bob/New York House Music.
℗© 1994 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

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  • Barcode: 7-3218-39994-1 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 1 side A, etched S3): SR - EP - 6 - A Europadisk NY USA 10998 & S3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 1 side B, etched S2): SR - EP - 6 - A Europadisk NY USA 10998 & S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 2 side A, etched 7S): ٢Ƨ SR - EP - 6 - A Europadisk NY USA 10998 &
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 2 side B, etched 7S): ٢Ƨ SR - EP - 6 - B Europadisk NY USA 10998 &
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 3 side A, etched 1S): 1Ƨ SR - EP - 6 - A Europadisk NY USA 10998 &
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout variant 3 side B, etched 5S): टƧ SR - EP - 6 - A Europadisk NY USA 10998 &
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 10)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Armand Van Helden EP (CD, EP)Strictly RhythmSREP6CDUS1994
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Strictly Rhythm EP 6 (CD, EP)ZYX Music, Strictly RhythmZYX 7452-8Germany1994
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The EP (12", EP)Underground Music Department (UMD)UMD 131Italy1994
EP (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Strictly RhythmSR EP-6US1994
New Submission
EP (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM)Strictly Rhythm, Strictly RhythmSR EP-6, SR EP6US1994

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Reviews

  • onsenbeats's avatar
    onsenbeats
    First gig I ever played I opened with Break Da 80's....it was a MADNESS. Entire record is total class 👌🏼
    • sivanatas's avatar
      sivanatas
      First bought this EP in 1994. I was lucky enough to play Break Da 80s out one night at a club reopening. It was a small, but popular club. The DJ ahead of me was hogging his slot and was late giving up the decks. People will milling around, drinking, talking, leaning on walls. There was maybe two people dancing. He had been playing cheesy breaks. Finally, he got tired of me bothering him and relinquished the decks. I was going to try to mix into his final track, but my style was a totally different tone. So I put away the record I was working with pulled out this EP. I faded out of his track gave it a count of 3 and hit the start button on my record. After the opening sample on Break Da 80s and the beat dropped, a loud "WOOOOOOO!" from the crowd rose up and everyone in the place rushed the floor. It was satisfying. Made my night.
      • therealsubwaybaby's avatar
        Just imagine yourself as a working dj back in 1994 (No CD, No MP3, No Internet) and this little beaut comes to your record shop !! ... Holi crap, the show must go on !! .. The original "Witch Doktor" the superfunky tribal "Nrongo Ra Mrongo" the baadtasticdisco of "Break Da 80's" ... Neat stuff :):) ... // Tommy
        • LrdMasterK's avatar
          LrdMasterK
          My friend and I happened to find this EP a couple of years ago in a dollar rack outside of a shop. A gem of a find if I do say so myself.
          • Charlie.White's avatar
            Charlie.White
            Nrongo Ra Mrongo definitely qualifies for tribal house. Great track that just made its revival out of the stacks :)
            • easynova's avatar
              easynova
              Only ever played Nrongo Ra Mrongo out. Was a crowd favourite
              • scannypack's avatar
                scannypack
                This whole record is bonkers. Why is no one talking about Nrongo Ra Mrongo? Genius.

                5 stars.
                • Pheel's avatar
                  Pheel
                  4 stars for "break da 80s"
                  • vkubrick's avatar
                    vkubrick
                    DOPED! All tracks are fantastic, true house of the 90's. Armand Van Helden kicks hard! Still fresh, almost 20 years after.
                    • Mr.Fonk's avatar
                      Mr.Fonk
                      Edited 17 years ago
                      The true gemstone on here to me seems to be "I feel it" - wicked screams, filtered organ sounds and a hypnotic up-and-down theough the whole bangin' track still sound fresh today...

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