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    Frank De WulfDrums In A Grip

    Label:Harthouse – HH 089, Harthouse – HH089
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12"
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno, Drum n Bass

    Tracklist

    A1Drums In A Grip (Original Version)6:56
    B1Drums In A Grip (Rozzo Mix)
    RemixRozzo
    6:04
    B2Drums In A Grip (Wax Doctor Mix)
    RemixWax Doctor
    6:07
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    On side A is also the Catalog # of the UK release embossed in the run-out groove.

    Published by Frank De Wulf Productions.
    Original version taken from the compilation "Dark Hearts Vol. 2".
    ℗ & © 1996.
    Made in Germany by Warner Manufacturing Europe.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WMME Alsdorf HH-089-A WMME Alsdorf HH-UK-003-A
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WMME Alsdorf HH-089-B
    • Rights Society: GEMA/BIEM MCPS
    • Label Code: LC 5305

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Drums In A Grip (12", 45 RPM)HarthouseHHUK003UK1996
    New Submission
    Drums In A Grip (4×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)HarthouseHHBER006Germany2020
    New Submission
    Drums In A Grip (12")HarthouseHHBER006Germany2020

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    rondragon's profile picture
    rondragon
    In the Wax Doctor version, The bleepy sound is from LFO ‎– Mentok 1. Very clever use of that sound in a very different setting. Probably his nod to the Frank De Wulf era.

    Wicked tune.
    Steveo33837's profile picture
    Steveo33837
    Not a big Techno lover... it's the Wax Doctor flip I'm writing about. Simple but deep jungle roller that you will never get tired of. Twenty years on & sounds decent... originally featured on the masterpiece Logical Progression mix CD by Bukem. Although pretty much every track in that set is nice, Drums In A Grip still stands out. A cool jungle 12".
    kraff's profile picture
    kraff
    It's all about Wax Doctor remix. Remix known from Bukem "Logical Progression vol.1". How far Wax goes from original...so far!
    audiomech's profile picture
    audiomech
    I have three copies of this, originally purchased for the fantastic Wax Doctor remix.

    One is my original which I will not part company with as I love the tune : )

    One is the same release, but has a jump on the Wax Doctor remix (shame, I'd rather it be on the techno mixes as I don't like them!).

    The third copy is the mis-press version, where the Wax Doctor remix doesn't exist. Also, it is 33 rpm as opposed to 45, which all the other versions should be played at - but the label says 45 regardless.

    All have the same catalogue number, HHUK003
    lovefactory's profile picture
    lovefactory
    Edited 16 years ago
    One of the Harthouse crew member, inclement sounds and deep'n'hard drums make this so pure in our times. Back to the old school minimal techno with this record is rigt way on the 3PM at the party. Hard, inclement, deep, but very warm track...enjoy!