DJ Krome & Mr Time* ‎– The Slammer

Label:
Suburban Base Records ‎– SUBBASE 26
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Written, Produced and Engineered at Chase Road Studios '93
Rear sleeve states A/AA
Labels state A/B

Track A samples
Vocal from Nona Hendryx - Why Should I Cry?
Vocal from Tim Dog ft. KRS-One - I Get Wrecked

Track B samples:
Vocal from Nicole - Rock The House
Dialogue from the film Final Analysis

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022765 432266
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): SUB BASE 26 A₁ S̶U̶B̶-̶ ̶2̶6̶ ̶A̶₁̶ PAULS @ PORKYS
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): SUB BASE 26 B₁ PAULS @ PORKYS

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUBBASE 26 DJ Krome & Mr Time* The Slammer(2xFile, MP3, RE, 320) Suburban Base Records SUBBASE 26 UK Unknown
SUBBASE 26 DJ Krome & Mr Time* The Slammer(2xFile, WAV) Suburban Base Records SUBBASE 26 UK Unknown
SUBBASE 26 DJ Krome & Mr Time* The Slammer / Into The Night(12", Promo) Suburban Base Records SUBBASE 26 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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daviedee12

daviedee12

January 15, 2019
Absolute classic track, Less is definitely more with this track and its a shame people don't make em like this anymor
Akaikitty

Akaikitty

November 16, 2018
I can't stand this tune.

Krome and time weren't the greatest producers.
simpleSI74

simpleSI74

October 14, 2018
The flip is a major disappointment not one of their best by any stretch
tangee

tangee

November 16, 2015

I purchased a copy of this from a car boot sale in its Original Sleeve and both vinyl and sleeve were in Mint condition, i paid 50p..Lovely Jubbly...
theh0rse

theh0rse

August 8, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

I first heard this (The Slammer) on Trance FM in 1993, all I can say is I agree with the above - It takes you on a journey, another true classic that bridged the gap between hardcore and jungle. This (to me) reminds me of a mid '93 London sound. 5 Stars
Nits

Nits

February 18, 2008

This tune was massive when it came out, and I can remember being totally blown away when I first heard it. What really makes this tune special is the playful nature of the stabs, pianos, and the other samples they used, which gives this tune a kind of fair-ground feel. Together with a deep bass-line, and a wicked rolling break-beat, this one takes you on a roller-coaster ride, just as you'd expect if you were at a fair-ground! I've even had people who are not into oldschool hardcore comment on what an outstanding tune this is - nuff said!