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Son'z Of A Loop Da Loop Era*Further Out / Let Your Mind Be Free

Label:Suburban Base Records – SUBBASE 008R, Suburban Base Records – SUB BASE 008R
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

AFurther Out (Da Far Out Remix)
AALet Your Mind Be Free
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Notes

Written & Produced at Subbase Studios.

Track A samples:
Vocal from Sinnamon - I Need You Now
Announcement on the Woodstock documentary.

Track AA samples:
Vocal from The Jungle Brothers - I'll House You
Vocal from The Mohawks - Champ
Vocal from M.C. Shan - Juice Crew Law

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode ((Text)): 5 022765 439081
  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout etched): SUB BASE 008R A1 DAMONT PAULS1 4 MADE IN DAKNEE LAND
  • Matrix / Runout (AA side runout etched): SUB BASE 008R AA1 SUBURBAN BASS 1992 STYLE - KISS MY ARSE! DAMONT THE EXCHANGE E

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Further Out / Let Your Mind Be Free (12", Promo)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 08RUK1991
Further Out (2×File, WAV)Suburban Base RecordsSUBBASE 008RUK2014

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  • AskeladdenBlack's avatar
    For 1991 Let Your Mind Be Free is a fairly quick rolling stab of hardcore rawness, heavier & crazier that most tracks around the same time and for that matter for a fair while afterwards as well.
    • dj_eskimo's avatar
      dj_eskimo
      Does anyone know where the Breakbeat on Let Your Mind Be Free comes from?
      • eddjedi's avatar
        eddjedi
        Has anybody ever seen a white label/test press of this release? It's apparently one of the few records on Sub Base that didn't have a promo release, but there must have been some test presses before the full run was pressed?
        • breakbeatscientist's avatar
          Gotta love 'Further Out', but to be honest, for me it's all about 'Let Your Mind Be Free' in this slab of vinyl.

          Starting off with two brilliant vocal samples. The first which encapsulates not only the percussive and musical structures of early breakbeat tracks but also the dub influences ('And to start you off. With a little bit of bass, and a little bit of drums. To fill your soul'). The second just highlights the manic-ness of hardcore rave ('What's wrong with you? You're crazy...!') and sets you up nicely for the thundering breakbeat assault which comes next. The track is then topped off with some mad 'morse code' riff stabs and Jungle Brothers' 'Let your mind be free. Free like your body' vox. This is one of those high velocity tunes that once it gets going, it just doesn't let up. The genius that is Danny Breaks.
          • fecklessscrounger's avatar
            IMO Best ever mix of Far Out and best ever record from Suburban Base.

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