3 Thieves & A Liar ‎– In The House

3 Thieves & A Liar ‎– 3TAL
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 In The House
A2 I Get A Chill
B1 You Bring Me Joy
B2 Tonight

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Track A1 samples:
Vocal from The Beastie Boys - The New Style

Track B1 samples:
Vocal from Eric B. & Rakim - I Know You Got Soul
Vocal from D.St. & Jalaluddin Mansur Nuriddin - Mean Machine

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 3TAL A ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗
  • Matrix / Runout: 3TAL B- ∗ - J.T.S. - ∗


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November 25, 2015
To many serious reviews! In the house is just a simple but class jungle techno track, skipped my bod away to to it all through 1992. Nuff said 👍😜


March 9, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
This one differs from their second EP ''Audio Fear '' as day and night and they are so different that they give the impression that they had been made by different producers, but they didn't as far as the artists name is the same in both.
This EP has tough beats, heavy stabs, noisy sounds, loud vocals, and generally dirty tunes. From the other hand ''Audio Fear'' EP has light thinner beats, deep bass, quiet sounds, and better quality tunes.
This one has more uplifting and aggressive vibe while ''Audio Fear'' EP has more dark and deep vibe.
I personally don't like this EP as it is dated and the only good tune here imo is ''I Get A Chill''.
But ''Audio Fear'' EP is something special with at least 3 wonderful tunes, with my 2 personal favourites ''Sooth Like A Pill'' and ''Make It Happen''


December 20, 2014
This is a cracking ep. But personally i prefer there audio fear ep, i play every track of that release which is under half the price. You have to LOVE a record to pay £50's or more, i would pay £15 to £20 or so becouse it is a very good ep. But it did'ant have me chair dancing like the audio fear ep, if you can't stop your silf from dancing like a loon buy it, becouse thats why thay made it. If dj's all had the same tast a night would get boring real quick.


August 9, 2012

personally I prefer the tracks "Tonight" and "In The House"....gritty chugging choons; where as the A2 is probably the more well known, but for me the vocal sounds are a bit too...almost kitsch/Handbag Housey (I still rate the tune highly though...). That's why I prefer the other tracks (albeit by a VERY small margin!). Overall though, 4 excellent cuts that should have all got more play across the globe of Hardcore invasion!


April 29, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

This record still doesn't have a comment, and that's just not right. Played in virtually *every* set Top Buzz ever did, "I Get A Chill" is among the best of the rare hardcore gems out there.

The hard noises, screams, & ever-so-slightly off-kilter beat combine perfectly with the classic vocal sample (where's it from???), keyboard vamps, and strings to make for a perfect tune that sits right in the middle of manic & soothing.

The other tunes on the EP lean more toward the twisted & manic vibe, and are good tunes themselves, but they come nowhere near the quality & vibe of "I Get A Chill".

Despite getting tonnes of play (especially by Top Buzz), this record remains a lesser known underground anthem, but it should have gained way more credit than it did in it's day.