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- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): METH017 A-01-1-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side AA, stamped): METH017 AA-01-1-\
|Pressin' On / Get Carter (12", Promo, 45 RPM)||Metalheadz||METH 017||UK||1995|
|Pressin' On / Get Carter (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing, White Label)||Metalheadz||METH 017||UK||1995|
|Get Carter / Pressin' On (2016 Remasters) (2×File, MP3, Remastered, 320 kbps)||Metalheadz||METH017X||UK||2016|
|Get Carter / Pressin' On (2016 Remasters) (2×File, WAV, Remastered)||Metalheadz||METH017X||UK||2016|
|Pressin' On / Get Carter (2×File, WAV, Reissue)||Metalheadz||METH017D||UK||Unknown|
- I'm surprised how cheap a 1995 copy of this is, stone cold classic EP, both sides are great - great edits, weighty bass, sprinkled with soul.
- These guys were waaay experimental but also retained a bit of funk making them very palatable.
Their work is always fresh and interesting while still being able to move your arse. Nice..
So big bass, jazzy touches and nothing cliched just moody and funky, and a little happy power the trip. Get on.
- Edited one year agoGreat musical adventure this Pressin' On, unique sound! Bass, vibraphone and Apache programmed just right! Top tune!
- 'Pressin' On' was featured on Metalheadz 'Platinum Breakz' compilation and more than deservedly so. No standard nice, groovy jazz steppers here, both tracks are a little weird and full of character whilst audibly flaunting their jazz and soul influences. The A-side pairs a fidgety apache with a huge slow-moving bass lurch and sprinkles over some xylophones and guitar. It's as much moody as it mellow. 'Get Carter' goes even more noir and whilst not packing so much bassweight, is anything but an ignorable b-side due to it's slinky little jazz touches. Strong.