John BUp All Night / Take Control

Label:Metalheadz – METH 041
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Drum n Bass


AUp All Night
AATake Control

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℗ & © Metalheadz 2001. Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 66017 02101 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): METH 041 A1 RETURN OF THE HEADZ. MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA runout, etched): METH 041 AA1 MPO

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Up All Night / Take Control (12", White Label, Promo)MetalheadzMETH 041UK2000
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Up All Night (Remix) (12", 45 RPM)MetalheadzMETH 041RUK2002
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Up All Night (CD, Single)MetalheadzMETH 041CDUK2002
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Up All Night (CDr, Maxi-Single, Promo)MetalheadznoneUK2002
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Up All Night (Remix) (12", Promo, White Label)MetalheadzMETH 041RUK2002



  • NANOtechism's avatar
    used to tear down fabric this one ... a big tune
    • Old_Boy's avatar
      Edited 3 years ago
      Juno plays their clip of the remaster at the wrong speed - funny. Well, made us smile during my Friday evening beer session with my mate
      • Vinyl4Life2017's avatar
        Edited 3 years ago
        There was time you could get this record for £3.00 now all of sudden it shot back up was rinse when it came out and still gets a odd play in sets if you haven't got it yet wait for the repress to come out .
        • rwlocky's avatar
          Such a fun tune to throw in the mix.. A genuine anthem. One to fill the big arena events. This sold by the bucket loads and rightly so... (Double drop with the atlantis remix...)
          • djblitz74's avatar
            I have always played this at 33 - a side is a breaks track and the b side is a downtempo UK garage track

            It doesn't work at 45 in its D+B guise due to the reedy snares and chipmunk vocals
            • alex.hurd's avatar
              classic throwback.. sounds better at 4-6% slower~ 4/5
              • spl3nd1d's avatar
                Well yeah, Micky must have been Twisted Individual before his acc got closed, haha. Ok, I do not mean to insult him, different strokes for different folks, but calling this the worst Metalheadz release ever sort of makes your "drum and bass authenticity" questionable.

                John B definitely is a divisive character in the scene, but it's pointless to the deny genius behind Up All Night. There's a certain reason why it is still spinned these days by literally everyone. Whether one hates the chipmunk vocals, the cheesy trancey theme or not, this is an essential Metalheadz package, a classic release.
                • markykramz's avatar
                  a definate nod to the early 90's with this one!!! i love everything about the original hardcore sound! i love everything about this john b track.the rave stabs,the classic rave piano's,its about time that d&b paid back its respect dues to what created it in the first place for what was born out of the late 80's acid house revolution. Something alot of modern d&b followers are either not aware of or basicly don't care about & why should they eh???? its all about 'here & whats happening now' 25 years later.....or is it?????????????? i think its a wicked tune! definate thumbs up if you love a huge slice,stab & sound of the past bought forward into the present.......mmmmmmmm yeahhhh i can smell the ardcore nostagia in the air.....not to mention the vicks vapour rub!!!!!! lol 5/5
                  • thebuttonfreak's avatar
                    Whatever, I caned it. We all did. Why? Fat hoover, tight synth and a rave stab. What else do you want.
                    • A.Spliffs's avatar
                      That flute sample is so familiar to another song that uses the same tone of the flute, I am on a quest to find which song that is, if anybody can help me out then that would be amazing. amazing tune, master.


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