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    Problem KidsI Will Lead

    Label:Paper Recordings – PAP 036
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:House, Tech House

    Tracklist

    AI Will Lead (Hollway & Eastwick Mix)
    BI Will Lead (Crazy Penis Mix)
    RemixCrazy Penis
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    Written by Rock, Wilkinson, Edwards & Classen. Produced and arranged by the Problem Kids @ Rocksteady, London
    Engineered by Mark Maguire. Vocal by Steve Edwards.
    A. Remix and additional production by Hollway, Eastwick and Merlin.
    B. Remix and additional production by Todd, Baron and Davies.

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    • Barcode: 5 016554 49366 8

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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    I Will Lead (Original Mix) (12", 45 RPM)Paper RecordingsPAP 037UK1999
    I Will Lead (12", 45 RPM, Promo)Paper RecordingsPAP 036UK1999
    Recently Edited
    I Will Lead (Original Mix) (12", White Label)Paper RecordingsPAP 037UK1999

    Reviews

    dmp's avatar
    dmp
    Some copies have a small sticker on the front cover saying "due to extreme slackness by paperecordings designer, paul cleary this release has the labels on the round way wrong".
    restless's avatar
    restless
    The Hollway & Eastwick Mix is an interesting and milestone piece of club music as it announces and predates the whole trend of what was to be called 'minimal' and would dominate the worldwide club scene of the 10 years to follow.
    What you have here is a quite stripped-down and sinister drugged down house-music for the deeper, darker and later hours of the night, taking its roots in Murk or Mood II Swing's most hypnotic and smokey moments, but reduced and stripped down way further in an almost 'experi-mental' approach (especially for the times).
    Not much happens on here then (super deep bassline, sexual techy tension, beyond-the-grave, devilishly seducing vocal intrusion), but like every genre-defining moment, it is a quite mesmerizing, brain-seizing and somehow warming 'not much'.
    For the better and the worse, this tune was pivotal in setting a tone that is still copied and inspiring today's house productions over 10 years after, from big room druggy hazes to more intimate, anxious-yet-deep underground productions.