AutonationSit On The Bass

Label:R & S Records – RS 9105
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


Black Side
ASit On The Bass
Green Side
B1Inside Your Mind
B2New Generation House

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Licensed from Cue Records/GB.

Track B2 samples:
Dialogue from the film Return Of The Living Dead

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RS 9105-A1 FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RS 9105-B1
  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Sit On The Bass (12")Don'tDON'T015UK2009
New Submission
Sit On The Bass (12", 45 RPM, Repress)Don'tDON'T 015UK2022


  • st0p2house's avatar
    Absolute class. All three tracks superb in their own style
    • captinweestain's avatar
      Discogs sort ur market out.......
      • 8892sales's avatar
        The Professor below is absolutely correct as per usual regarding the vocal sample on Sit On The Bass which happens to originate from that absolutely mental, classic, criminally underrated acid house tune. Love that 1988 acid track. Brilliant!

        Anyway, regarding this release. I'm pretty certain early copies, perhaps as test pressings, maybe acetates were circulating and being played from as early as 1990. Sit On The Bass is quite the buzzing techno classic. Some people unofficially identify it as the 'poppadom' tune. No Knicker-less (Nicholas) Parsons here I'm afraid.

        Inside your mind is a more typical Ubik/Hi-Ryze minimal type of thing. But B2 is rather overlooked in my opinion. I rather like New Generation House. The "new generation - house" rap vocal sample is a bit repetitively irritating I must admit but I don't mind the spoken female 'do you ever fantasize?' sample taken either from Ben Mays - X-Rated/Rated-X or that horrid Raw Sex ‎- Suck It Deep track, or perhaps from a well known x rated movie. I like the musical style anyway, less traditonally bass n bleep and more of an analogue rolling energetic warehouse electro funky techno thing going on. It's a proper mover once it gets going. DJs used to pitch it up a touch back then (Carl Cox, Colin Dale, Top Buzz, Grooverider, Easygroove, Kev bird etc) so it can sit alongside the other records which were gathering pace with every changing season.
        • DocVinyl's avatar
          Edited 17 years ago
          The magic cross between hardcore and bleep, got this release also as a Uk blacklabel thingy with only TTo engraved.The A side "Sit On the Bass" is a bleepy bassy affair in the style of LFO-LFo, big clubhit in Belgium's Boccaccio in the day, and with his robovoiced "Sit On DA Bass" signature vocal still sounding awesome and not dated. The real treasure for me is the B-side track, "Inside your mind", sounding very Sheffield and early warpy at the same time, dark string laden atmospheres with a monster bass'n'bleep stoccato going on .... Essential !!!



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