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Sounds Of Life (2)Trust Me

Label:Certificate 18 – CERT1807
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Drum n Bass, Jungle

Tracklist

a1Trust Me
b1Release The Bells
b2Don't Resist The Beat
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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): CERT 1807 - A1 A PORKY PRIME CUT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): CERT 1807 - B1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Trust Me (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)Certificate 18CERT1807UK1994
Trust Me (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Reissue)Certificate 18CERT1807UK2016
Trust Me (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Certificate 18CERT1807UKUnknown
Trust Me (3×File, FLAC)Certificate 18CERT1807UKUnknown

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Sloofman's profile picture
Sloofman
Edited 10 months ago
Digital copies recorded off the vinyl but fair play it's cheaper than buying the vinyl yourself and you're supporting Certificate 18 rather than some random seller
Rufus.'s profile picture
Rufus.
Edited 4 years ago
Pretty sure the sample "Please you have to trust me" is from the The Abyss can anyone confirm that?? 1 hour 14 minutes and about 50 seconds into the movie......
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crybabybjorn
TRUST ME . . . . . . . !!!
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I always thought the tunes Bukem played back in 93-94 were by lots of people. I'm learning that he played pretty much only Good Looking stuff, Photek, Source Direct and the odd Metalheadz... that's it!
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ChaZy1
Trust me
d3rf0ta's profile picture
d3rf0ta
It is a real shame the mastering on this makes it sound like it was recorded in the lost city of Atlantis, the same can also be said for Code of Practice - Infiltrate/Can We Change The Future.
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Topper646
Not sure what thelaw84 is talking about,Release the Bells is the highlight on here,no question..Quite simply a monster tune that Bukem used to have on permanent rotation..
This is indeed Source Directs first release closely followed by Future London/Shimmer on Odysee..
People on Discogs tend to bang on alot about what they did in 95/96,but for me Release The Bells and Shimmer have the best intro/opening they ever produced on any of their vinyl..
On a side note,Trust Me and Don't Resist The Beat are excellent compliments to this mini EP.
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wotsawonder
Release the Bells is the real beauty here foking right!!!!!!!!!!!
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kibblerdon
For me Release the Bells is the real beauty here, I remember very well from Bukem sets in early 94 (Dreamscape 9 I think) this was rolled, really haunting at times. But they are ALL WICKED!
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thelaw84
As far as im aware this was Source Direct's first ever release, and what an intro.
All 3 tunes are finely cut amen numbers with a meloncholy vibe, female vocals and sub bass.
Trust Me probably being the highlight followed by Dont Resist The Beat.
Typical of their style.

However it is lacking the clarity of their later releases, production values (with a certain Photek's help) went up a lot inside a year.

Still take nothing away from 3 beautiful tracks, recommended.