Featuring – ,
|A2||–||Let The Warriors Dance|
Featuring, Vocals –
|B1||–||The Tuffest Of The Tuffest|
|B2||–||Koro Koro / Black Is Black (Break Mix)|
Performer [Additional Sound] –
|B4||–||Check This Mega|
Mixed By –
- Artwork –
- Drums –
- Engineer – (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1 to B4), (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1 to B4)
- Producer – (tracks: A2), (tracks: B3, B4), (tracks: B3), (tracks: B1), (tracks: B4), (tracks: A3, A4), (tracks: A1, B2), (tracks: A1, B1, B2)
- Programmed By [Programme Manipulation] –
The 2019 reissue comes with a slightly different tracklisting: Various - The Tuffest Of The Tuffest (2019 Edition)
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): WAF • LP • 2 • A1 SW
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): WAF • LP • 2 • B1 SW
- "No Smoke - Africa" samples "John Rocca - I want it to be real"
- Forgotten gem from the early days of the UK house scene - the sound of pirate radio in London
- Seminal UK deep house with some superb acid lines and a raw, pioneering, attitude. A key peice of the UK dance culture and as such should be far better known.
- Edited 8 years agoThe original & best version of Let The Warriors Dance, only on this comp.
TB-303 right up in the mix, and the breakbeat sounds massive : )
- Edited 16 years agoGround breaking LP, features breakbeats heavily and probably a precursor to the whole UK hardcore phenomenom. Worth it alone for the Addis Posse track, and the Bang The Party dub version of 'Bang Bang You're Mine', although whether this is the original version I'm not sure.