Ad

Rhythm Section (2)Comin' On Strong EP

Label:Rhythm Section Recordings – RS005
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

This Side
A1Feel The Rhythm5:23
A2Nu Generation (Outta My Face)
Vocals [Vocal Sample]Nicki Debuse
4:43
That Side
B1Is This Real?5:16
B2Emotion5:10
Ad

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

From the sleeve:
=======
RECORDED AT SUPERJAMMING STUDIOS WITH: ATARI 1040 STE, C-LAB CREATOR,
ENSONIQ EPS, KORG M3, EVS 1, JEN S1000, YS2000, ALLEN & HEATH S2, DASIO DA7

THANKS TO JOHNNY ROCCA AND ALL THE STAFF AT THE MICHIKO LONDON SHOP.
RESPECT TO NICK PJ, FROST (EVERYTIME), SWAN E, SLIPMATT, KENNY KEN, DJ RAP,
EASYGROOVE, STUART FROM ECLIPSE COVENTRY, ALL THE PURE ORGANIZATION STAFF
(RAGE & DANCE 91), DAVE AND RAY AT CITY SOUNDS, NICK AND ASHLEY FROM
BLACKMARKET, RYAN FROM UBIK, THE SENIOR ROCKIN' CREW AT EMT, PAUL
CLIFFORD, RUTH AND TONY AT 3DTV, J.A.H. AND JASMINE. THANKS TO
ALAN AND SHARON FROM STANDARD RECORDING STUDIOS AND EVERYONE'S MUM AND DAD.
=======
℗&© 1991

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RS 005 THIS - SIDE MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RS 005 THAT - SIDE MPO
  • Barcode (Text): 5 023248 000569 >
  • Barcode (Scan): 5023248000569

Other Versions (2)

View All
Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Comin' On Strong EP (12", White Label, Promo, EP, Stamped)Rhythm Section RecordingsRS 005UK1991
New Submission
Comin' On Strong EP (12", White Label)Rhythm Section RecordingsRS 005UK1991

Recommendations

Reviews

  • Tml04's avatar
    Tml04
    Edited 11 months ago
    i remember doing a set in '91 and playing all 4 tunes - why wouldnt you! Peace
    • Marv-P's avatar
      Marv-P
      Emotion's opening sample: "As a splendid sunrise hits the horn mountain peak much talked of in kalasha prayer, the sound of approaching drums heralds the second day" is the perfect intro to this track on this seminal 1991 EP.
      • aidiothir's avatar
        aidiothir
        Edited 2 years ago
        One of many reasons that i love oldskool hardcore on vinyls, is that you rarely hear crackles, even if the vinyl is heavily used, and with plenty of hairline scratches & surface marks. The main reason that oldskool hardcore vinyls do not usually have crackles, is the nature of this music. Tuff breakbeats and hard samples and sounds, almost disappear the crackles of the vinyl.
        Compared to other styles of music, where even with new sealed vinyls, on pop records, or soul records, or whatever soft style, the crackles are the main problem , even if the vinyl looks great.
        This release, is one of those hardcore records that plays loud and all 4 tracks are great and worth listening.......
        My favorite out of 4 is ''is This Real?'' track, which screams 1991 on the highest quality of synthesis and passion for production. You can smell the 1991 air with this track.
        My second favorite is ''Nu Generation (Outta My Face)'',a heavily Belgian influenced track.
        The other 2 tracks are great also, however they don't reach the high quality of the 2 previously mentioned tracks, imo.
        • Johnmarcus's avatar
          Johnmarcus
          Huge Hardcore E.P. you simply can't go wrong with this 12", "Feel The Rhythm" being the better known, with "Is This Real?" & "Emotion" being huge tracks in their own right. If your into your Old School hardcore you can't go wrong with this or other Rhythm Section releases, defiantly worth a listen.
          • infoslinger's avatar
            infoslinger
            Feel the Rhythm and Emotion are 2 of my all time favs from this era of breakbeat. Rennie P is a legend. Pz!
            • drubber77's avatar
              drubber77
              The riff on Emotion sums up the rave sound for me....feckin tune!
              • moogacid's avatar
                moogacid
                Edited 4 years ago
                DJing at an illegal rave in Boscastle in '91, geezer from up country had few copies of these he was selling, asked me2play it, begrudgingly checked it, sounded surprisingly dope, whacked it in the mix, rocked the fucking house + still caning it nearly 30yrs later. Managed2walk off with the 12" too 😛

                p.s. where the hell do the stabs come from?
                • LeviB74's avatar
                  LeviB74
                  Edited 4 years ago
                  Rhythm Section at Fantazia @ The Westpoint Centre Nr Exeter on New Years Eve 1991. That is all... :)
                  • groovesection's avatar
                    groovesection
                    Edited 5 years ago
                    This EP is absolutely seminal, For anyone who was raving in 1991 they will have heard at least 3 tracks from this EP.
                    I was more in to the Belgium/Dutch hardcore from 1991 but this EP expanded my mind, Feel The Rhythm, Is This Real & Emotion are tracks so far ahead of their time, even Nu Generation is a phat tune, this is easily one of the best releases of 1991 - BUY IT,
                    The production, arrangement and quality of the tunes is amazing, it still sounds amazing over 27 years later.
                    For just £6 you can own one of the best 12"'s ever released in 1991 and arguably EVER in the rave scene.
                    The fact almost 1200 Discogs members own this 12" shows just how well received and loved this piece of wax was!
                    • Wickedmarkonwax's avatar
                      Crikey Eastern Bloc brings back memories , picked up some proper gems from there bk in the day

                      Release

                      For sale on Discogs

                      Sell a copy

                      17 copies from $28.26

                      Statistics


                      Ad

                      Videos (7)

                      Edit
                      Ad
                      Ad