Rhythm FoundationLet The Whole World Know

Label:Not On Label – ITX 1579
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereo
Style:Breakbeat, House, Ambient


A1Let The Whole World Know (Main Mix)
A2Let The Whole World Know (Piono Dub)
B1Let The Whole World Know (Hard Beat)
B2Let The Whole World Know (Heavenly Roots Mix)

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Published by Edizioni Lombardoni
Here is the white label of this release Rhythm Foundation - Let The Whole World Know

This is the original version before the M.O.S. Records release. It was designed to look Italian but is a UK release.

Both sides play at 33 ⅓ RPM and not 45 RPM as printed on the labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3410416230
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): X1579 A1 PR-P B- DJ SEPHA - MILANO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): X 1579 B

Other Versions (5 of 10)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Let The Whole World Know (12", 45 RPM)M.O.S. RecordsM.O.S. 003UK1991
New Submission
Let The Whole World Know (12", White Label)Not On LabelITX1579UK1991
Let The Whole World Know (12")Slack RecordsSlack 4UK1995
Recently Edited
Let The Whole World Know (12", Promo, White Label, Stamped)Slack RecordsSlack 4UK1995
New Submission
Let The Whole World Know 30th Anniversary Ep (Dubplate) (12", 45 RPM, Special Edition, Test Pressing)Salford City RecordsSCRDUB005UK2021



  • 89to92's avatar
    Edited 3 years ago
    I think this is the original and the M.O.S. copy is remix, i say this because the "original" version is on the b side of the M.O.S. copy. And i do remember this cover back in the day, says milan italy but then plated in the U.K. god knows i give up!.Some other things to point out on the M.O.S. you get both versions that were played on sunset but you only get the sort of harder version on this copy and with this copy you get a longer version of the heavenly roots mix.
    • laluna's avatar
      this release has always puzzeled me .when i bought my copy from vinyl exchange in manchester in the early 90s ,the fellla behind the counter told me the lads who made it were from nearby (bolton/preston or not to far ).then if they were english how come the cover was made to be like an italian import ?.dont get me wrong love the cover and the mystery and the tune is quality ,but would love to know the real correct story behind this if anyone knows .also ive always prefered this to the mos version coz it has the piano dub on it whereas the mos one doesnt.
      • ICALLEDU_909's avatar
        The two mixes on here that have rocked my boat since 1991 are the hard beat and heavenly roots mix, both on the B side. Hard Beat is a stripped down version of the main mix with as its titles suggests a bit of a darker drum with more growl and spit all over it! Top marks.. and 2nd mix the heavenly roots mix is just pure indulgence in the chilled zone, very euphoric in its own chilled way. Lovely sums it all up!
        • Johnmarcus's avatar
          Fantastic 12" with a good variety of mixes, Main mix is the full on hands in the air piano and break beat driven track, huge tune back when it was released and really use to get the clubs rocking, Heavily Roots mix is a chilled, sparse version, with its light bells and deep base intro, that builds all the way through introducing different elements as the track progresses. Worth checking the other two mixes as well - Classic slice of piano house.
          • utzutzutz's avatar
            If anyone in Germany wants to sell his or her copy, let me know 😊
            • 2xh4me's avatar
              don't think that little kid let the whole world know did he >>


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