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HardriveDeep Inside

Label:Strictly Rhythm – SR EP2
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Style:House, Deep House, Garage House


A1Deep Inside
EngineerErick "More" Morillo*
Producer, Mixed By"Little" Louie Vega*
VocalsMs. Barbara Tucker*
Written-ByL. Vega*
A2No Cure
EngineerSteve Barkan*
Written-ByK. Gonzalez*, L. Vega*
B1Just Believe
EngineerErick "More" Morillo*
Producer"Little" Louie Vega*
Written-ByL. Vega*
B2Maurice's Vibe5:34
B3Deep Inside (The Dub)
EngineerErick "More" Morillo*
Producer, Mixed By"Little" Louie Vega*
VocalsMs. Barbara Tucker*
Written-ByL. Vega*

Companies, etc.



Some covers have a white sticker printed with "Deep Inside" Featuring Vocals by Ms. Barbara Tucker.

B1: Special thanks to Blaze.

A1, B1, B3: Indilu Publishing(BMI), New York House Music(BMI).
A2: Indilu Publishing(BMI), New York House Music(BMI), K-Dope(ASCAP), Strictly Rhythm Pub.(ASCAP)
B2: Indilu Publishing(BMI), New York House Music(BMI), K-Dope(ASCAP)
A1, B1, B3 Mixed at Double Platinum Studios.
A2 Mixed at Prime Cuts Studios.
B2 Mixed at Dungeon Tape Studio, Brooklyn
B1 *Special Thanks To Blaze
℗© 1993 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Direct Metal Mastering (DMM).

BPM are not provided on the record.
A1: 124 | A2: 123
B1: 120 | B2: 124 | B3: 124

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7-3218-39998-1 8
  • Barcode (Scanned): 732183999818
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout, variant 1): SR-EP 2-A Dmm Europadisk NY USA S1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout, variant 1): SR-EP 2-B - Re 2 S2 Dmm Europadisk NY USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout, variant 2): SR-EP 2-A º¹² Dmm Europadisk NY, USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout, variant 2): SR EP 2-B - Re 2 Dmm Europadisk NY, USA. P2
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 32)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Deep Inside (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)UMMUMM 117Italy1993
Harddrive EP (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP)Natural RecordsNT 6704075Netherlands1993
Deep Inside (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Orange Labels)UMMUMM 114Italy1993
New Submission
Deep Inside (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Center Label)UMMUMM 114Italy1993
New Submission
Deep Inside (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Strictly RhythmSR EP2US1993
Hest0n's profile picture
You are now locked into the legendary sounds of kurupt fm 108.9
dj_norf_yurksha's profile picture
None of the original versions of Deep Inside do anything for me. Far too skippy garage for my tastes and totally under produced.
However... Visnadi's "Heavy Weather Mix" is an absolute bomb that saved this from obscurity in my humble opinion, still sounds amazing today.
Lil Mo Yin Yang's - Reach is a far better collaboration by Louie Vega and Erick Morillo. I'm more into my house than garage.
phb00168's profile picture
Deep inside is overrated, in my opinion Maurice's vibe is a much better track. I remember being off my face eating dinner at a small restaurant in Ibiza about to leave when Maurice's vibe came on, couldn't stop dancing.
Bourbonman's profile picture
duh-dum dum dum dum... Strip down Deep Inside and it is incredibly simple built up with very basic plink-plonk sounds. Yet a catchy drum programming and only Masters can put something like this together.
dmp's profile picture
"Just Believe" contains vocal samples of "Blaze ‎– So Special" (1990).
limbo's profile picture
Edited 7 years ago
I hope the ep gets a special repress. Loads of goodies on here.
SC725's profile picture
I’ve always found it hard to understand the obsession with this track. Strangely obtaining a cult-like obsession in the UK, particularly with Garage DJ’s.

Perhaps one of the most un-Louie Vega tracks I can think of, that he put his name to. Made more understandable by the fact that it was actually Erick Morillo twiddling the knobs on this. Louie also confirmed recently (on the Red Bull Music Academy Lecture that MAW did), that mastering killed this track (which makes sense when you hear how hard the kick is in relation to the rest of the track).

Released a year in advance of “Beautiful People” to make people aware of the hook, before unleashing the Barbara Tucker monster into clubland (which IMHO is far superior).
Cmptrblu808's profile picture
Another classic. Kenny Dope/MAW were slammin' cuts back then. Goes well with a Lady Miss Kier.
dkx3's profile picture
Heavy Weather Mix is indeed the killer mix!
23eppo's profile picture
Edited 5 years ago
the best house sound ever made on this planet !!