Bass Selective ‎– The Expansions E.P.

DJ Only Records ‎– DJOR002
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, EP

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That Side plays at 45 RPM
This Side plays at 33⅓ RPM

That Side samples:
Vocal from Public Enemy - Who Stole The Soul?

This Side 1 samples:
Vocal from Public Enemy - Bring The Noise

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 024538 000368
  • Matrix / Runout (This Side Etched): DJ OR 002 THIS SIDE PA6745
  • Matrix / Runout (That Side Etched): DJ OR 002 THAT SIDE PA6745

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJ OR 002 Bass Selective The Expansions E.P.(12", EP, Single, W/Lbl) DJ Only Records DJ OR 002 UK 1992 Sell This Version


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February 4, 2019
Psychosis (A Journey To) absolute diamond track. Excellent all round EP. Currently selling for 35 quid so break into that piggy bank quickly,,,It will be worth it.


February 21, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
1992 i start the breakbeat round with blow out pt.2.the people heared the first piano note and all in the club scream!!!i have 1500 breakbeat vinyls from 1990/1995.the most vinyls from 1991/1993."breakbeat is still alive".this was the name from my first brakbeat mix tape 1991 and i was right.

Brainbreezer (alias Dj Paranoia)


April 3, 2008

A true classic, a tune that defines the Slammin Vinyl and World Dance raves in my opinion. You cant help but get goosebumps every time you hear the piano solo at the start and the classic 'You had it oh boy' lyrics. Probably the stongest and most well known release on the DJ Only imprint but all of the releases are defiently worth a look espicially 'Jessicas Jaw'. No collection should be without this release though.