Joint ProjectTotal Feeling / Good Feeling

Label:Soapbar – SBR 001
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, 45 RPM
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore


ATotal Feeling
AAGood Feeling

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Track A samples:
Vocal from Stezo - It's My Turn
Vocal from The Jason Load Experience ft. Lyona - Mainline '90

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SB 001 A ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA runout): SB 001 AA ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Total Feeling / Good Feeling (12", White Label, 45 RPM)SoapbarSB 001UK1992
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Total Feeling / Good Feeling (12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, Promo)Soapbar, Total Music RecordsSBR 001UK1992
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Total Feeling / Good Feeling (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing, White Label)SoapbarSBR 001UK1992



  • Ants89-94's avatar
    Dj seduction Fantazia 92 what a set and big respect to those rhubarbs that night
    • MISTAJAYLJ's avatar
      Great tune indeed, i bought this in 92, still got it now and played for the 1st time since early 90’s as we all moved onto house ect
      • 8892sales's avatar
        I can't speak about the full print retail version. But the whte labels/test presses were definitely out from late 1992. Played extensively on Pulse FM from late that year. Even Colin Faver on Kss FM played it in late 1992.

        Sounds pretty much like a second half of 1992 record to me anyway. It's not too fast for 1992 at all, there were tons of fast records in 1992, some were reaching the 150-160 BPM mark particularly by the latter part of the year. It was chipmunk lovers' heaven. Even in 1991 there was the odd tune which reached 155 BPM. For goodness sakes, Moby even released that 'Thousand' record well before te end of that year which went into speedcore territory, gabber was also already well under way. Jungle as well. Happy Hardcore was already evolving. The Ron Wells, Alex Hazzard, Loftgroover stuff, Sound Entity, Lucky spin Records, Basement records productions, Force Mass Motion were already fast. Formation Records, Reinforced Records were already speeding up in 1992 even from late 1991. Rufige Cru/Metalheads etc they were all up there. Nothing slow about those records. That's just a tiny fraction. The scene for high BPMs was already set.
        • rob72's avatar
          Great tune, agreed, but this is definitely a 93 tune, i remember buying it then. Way too fast for 92.
          • DJandyjay's avatar
            Great tune and a solid £40 all day long but £150 😂
            • cheesypeanuts's avatar
              for a 92 tune this sounds like it couldve been 93 or 94 easily. very groovy
              • weyheyhey's avatar
                wow what a tune and production. Can't imagine how good this sounded in 92 through a big system.
                Heard it first in a set recently where I actually thought it was two separate tunes, nice surprise. I'd drop £50 for a clean copy any day.
                • DJPURE_'s avatar
                  Absolutely love this tune. What a Perfect hardcore breakbeat rave. 10/10
                  • Eds72's avatar
                    Total Feeling - Listening to this will whiz you straight back to 92 , banging hardcore ! Amazing times , this record captures it correct . Oldskool !
                    • captinweestain's avatar
                      Pure UK Hardcore rave at it's best
                      Nuff said


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