Bomb The BassBeat Dis

Label:Mister-Ron Records – DOOD 121, Mister-Ron Records – D00D 121
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:House, Breaks


ABeat Dis (Extended Dis)6:02
B1Beat Dis (Radio Edit)3:50
B2Bonus Beats5:09

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℗ © 1987
Recorded at Lunarville 7.
Mister-Ron Records: Marketed thru Rhythm King Records

Licensed to Rhythm King Records in association with Mute Records Ltd.
Made in England.

114 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016026 201012
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A - 121 appears below scored out 001): DOOD - 121 0̶0̶1 A1 PAG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B - 121 appears below scored out 12001): DOOD - 121 1̶2̶0̶0̶1 B1 PAG

Other Versions (5 of 54)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Beat Dis (12")Mister-Ron RecordsDOOD 12 001UK1987
Recently Edited
Beat Dis (7", 45 RPM, Single)Mister-Ron RecordsDOOD 1UK1987
Recently Edited
Beat Dis (7", 45 RPM, Reissue)Mister-Ron RecordsDOOD 7001UK1987
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Beat Dis (7", 45 RPM, Single)Mister-Ron Records, SonetDOOD 1Scandinavia1987
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Beat Dis (12")Mister-Ron RecordsDOOD X 12 001UK1987


  • MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73's avatar
    The bassline is probably copied from Bad Bascomb - Give The Bass A Taste...
    • debx_2000's avatar
      The 7" hit version of this can not be found on any CD as 'The Good, The Bad And The Ugly' sample was removed.
      • humanagainchris's avatar
        Edited 6 months ago
        Despite what others have said here this still sounds amazing to me. Heard it for the first time in years this morning and it still bangs hard. For me this is a record that would have only been made in London. A true reflection of the scene then. Definitely wouldn't put it in the house category though.
        Also was number 2 in the UK pop charts f0r 3 weeks and was kept off the top by....Kylie Minogue. Life can be so unfair.
        • knebaih111's avatar
          ABSOLUTE GEM! Way ahead of his time. Priceless. Timeless. Ageless.
          • Alreigt's avatar
            One of the most famous records full of samples. Tim Simenon almost created a new genre with this record back in 1987.
            • 8892sales's avatar
              Edited 2 years ago
              The only decent track on here is the Bonus Beats track. As it's pretty good for chopping with other records and for linking non four to the floor tracks with house rhythm beats. The beats are pretty raw as well. The other versions are inundated with cheesy ass crappy vocal samples taken from various sources and that awful tacky live vocal aswell. The main mixes are not very playable in my opinion and haven't really stood the test of time. Very tacky even for back then.

              The Bonus Beats can be played alongside the more underground forms of freestyle, electro and rougher house tunes of that era. Definitely freestyle, pushing into the more commercial end of electro, maybe, if freestyle as a style never actually existed or had a name. Definitely NOT house. Definitely NOT acid house either.
              • yanmac's avatar
                Edited 7 years ago
                One more sample for the trainspotters is the opening one: "The names have been changed to protect the innocent" - lifted from the opening credits to the US TV show "Dragnet" from the 1950s. So now you now people :-)



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