The Sound VandalsFeel It / Extasy (What Is It?)

Label:Nu Groove Records – NG 066
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


This Side
A1Feel It (Concept Mix)5:30
AA1Extasy (What Is It?) (Rough Mix)4:27
AA2Extasy (What Is It?) (Body & Soul Mix)3:43

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Produced, Programmed & Edited for Non Stop Jamming Productions.
Recorded & Mixed at 3H Studios, Bensonhurst, Brooklyn.
Bomb On Reverse by How & Shea
© ℗ 1990 Nugroove Records
All Rights Reserved

Tracks AA1 & AA2 sample:
Vocal from Malcolm McLaren - D'ya Like Scratchin'
Dialogue from documentary Something Weird (The Weird World Of LSD)
Bell sound from Bob James ‎- Take Me To The Mardi Gras

Track AA2 samples:
Vocal from C'hantal - The Realm

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): NG-066 A F/W MJS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): NG-066 AA F/W MJS
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Feel It / Ecstacy (What Is It) (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing)Nu Groove RecordsNG-066US1990



  • Collector_Cave_Guy's avatar
    Extasy (What Is It?) as mentioned was a big tune in the Rave Warehouse scene in the early 90s in the UK. Great breakbeat Techno track which still sounds fresh to this day.
    • Johnmarcus's avatar
      Edited 2 years ago
      Two great tracks on this 12" with very different styles, Feel It" is more of an uplifting track with a great piano line, that comes in and out as the track drops into a melodic bassline with some nice synth stabs etc, that give a great contrast to the piano. "Extasy (What Is It?)" is a deeper darker track with its driving breakbeats, dirty bassline and synths, big Warehouse vibe on this track.
      • DJCL's avatar
        Oh yeah, I almost forgot about this track! It is Definitely going into the crate! In the mix, the "extasy" sample builds the groove so well!
        • deadly_sins's avatar
          what a tune this was / is both sides played so many times NU Groove rocked the spot
          • 8892sales's avatar
            This was a big set of tracks around the pirate radio and warehouse circuit in the UK. There are two choices. Funky NY garagey house with a piano and sax breakdown on one side, which is clubbier and suited more for those types of dancefloors. And a solid, warehouse breakbeat house / techno track - in them days us UK folks often called it freestyle house. Dirty bassline, galloping beats, sweeping synths and cut up vocals. With obligatory ''we are about to take...Ecstasy'' samples. Massive tune in the south eastern quarter of the country. Essential and often overlooked How & Little / Nu Groove Records production. It's rough and ready and the UK bods always liked rough and ready.


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