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UnderworldBorn Slippy

Label:Junior Boy's Own – jbo29
Format:
Vinyl, 12", Single, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

ABorn Slippy
BBorn Slippy .NUXX
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Made In England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5026734002962
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): JBO 29 A - 1 - 1 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): JBO 29 B - 1 - 1 - 1

Other Versions (5 of 73)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Born Slippy (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Wax Trax! Records, TVT RecordsTVT 8731-0US1995
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Born Slippy (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Junior Boy's Ownjbo29RUK1995
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Born Slippy (CD, Single, Partially Mixed)Junior Boy's Ownjbo29cdsUK1995
Born Slippy (CD, Maxi-Single, Partially Mixed)Wax Trax! Records, TVT RecordsTVT 8731-2US1995
Born Slippy (Remix) (12", White Label)Junior Boy's OwnJBO 29 RUK1995

Reviews

  • tomtino15344's avatar
    tomtino15344
    I have found two of them in an old record case I got is a present,
    One mans trash.... :D
    Dm me old you are interested they are in pretty good shape
    • DennisV94's avatar
      DennisV94
      The .Nuxx version is perhaps the most known Underworld song. It was never my favorite, but for .50 cents I couldn't leave it. I was surprised it was quite collectable as I imagened thousands would be pressed. The funny thing was that the seller looked a bit surprised and weird when I fished it out of his budget bin, so he probably knew but he was sporty enough to sell it. I really never had a good listen to the original that has almost nothing in common with the .Nuxx version but its classic Underworld material. Highly energized and emotional.
      • Numanoid's avatar
        Numanoid
        The original version of Born Slippy is like a dry run (demo) of what would become Pearl's Girl.
        • Beerads_Beats's avatar
          Beerads_Beats
          Not sure if anyone else has ever noticed the flipside of this record https://www.discogs.com/Mediteria-Is-ET-On-XTC-Remix/release/147933 As i'm pretty sure thats where that go this idea from!
          • EWP2o5's avatar
            EWP2o5
            Choose life.
            Choose a job.
            Choose a career.
            Choose a family,
            Choose a fucking big television

            • transition-metal's avatar
              Edited 6 years ago
              Nuxx, extended mix was allways the one for me from when i first started hearing it on JJJ radio station here in Aus back in good old 1996, i didn't really like the re arrangement of the lyrics on some of the other mixes, unlike powerstone with his "sick beats and keyboards" bollocks but hates the lyrics !!!! well fuck that, the lyrics are fuckin brilliant and if anything adds to the atmosphere rather than detracting but what the fuck, each to their own, music is all in the ears of the beholder. For me Born slippy is a prime example of how electronic music doesn't conform to the standard lyrical arrangement of pop music, pop music is based on the verse followed by chorus followed by verse followed by chorus arrangemnent which to me is so fucking boring and unimaginative, where as the lyrical arrangement of a track like born slippy conforms to no lyrical formula, there is no verse and chorus and virtually no repetition, the lyric ends before the track is even half way through and you never ever see this sort of inventive lyrical arrangement in contemporary pop. Born slippy is a 5/5
              • jammin023's avatar
                jammin023
                Edited 10 years ago
                You know NUXX. Everyone knows NUXX, thanks to Trainspotting. After that, NUXX became just "Born Slippy" in most people's minds. But it isn't. "Born Slippy" is the A-side of this release, and if it has anything at all whatsoever in common with its more famous flipside, I've never been able to work out what. There's no vocal, no pads, same bpm but it feels like a different tempo, completely different vibe... and I always preferred it. Complex breakbeat drum patterns, layer upon layer of synth lines building, building, building, building to a huge crescendo... this is what Underworld should be about: epic progressive emotive synthesis. Not "lager lager lager lager".

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