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Basement Phil & The EngineersWe Can Rock It E.P.

Label:Basement Records – BRSS 009
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno

Tracklist

A1Flying (Tekno Vocal Mix)5:34
A2Flying (Tekno Instrumental Mix)5:33
AA1We Can Rock It (Extended Clock Mix)5:37
AA2We Can Rock It (Radio Edit)3:28
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- Artist name appears completely on the label as 'Basement Phil & The Engineers featuring Wendy Warchall on vocals'.

Track AA1 samples:
Vocal from The Jets - Rocket 2 U

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 021497 400727

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
We Can Rock It E.P. (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Promo)Basement RecordsBRSS 009UK1992
We Can Rock It E.P. (12", White Label, Test Pressing, EP, 33 ⅓ RPM)Basement RecordsBRSS 009UK1992
We Can Rock It E.P. (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Basement RecordsBRSS 009UKUnknown

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jonnyp
heard 'we can rock it' at a 'retro' night in the mid-late nineties...funny how it was called retro at least 15 years ago!

Anyway, didn't have a clue what the tune was called and forgot about it over time. Played a tape (remember those?) about 12 years ago and heard it again, asked around and nobody knew what it was called.

Finally found it last night whilst doing a bit of ogs surfing...how chuffed was I when I heard it?

Absolutely belting track Phil...proper memories track :)
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DAVID1975
to basementphil this a masterpiece sublime please remaster brss001 and 002 knowing what you know now to those early tunes because they were lush just tooo raw many thanks
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basementphil
Even though I had both of these tunes in my head, to get the result I wanted was a collective effort, and the first time I went to Ron's studio. So Ron, Steve Turvey, who had engineered my first two releases and Wendy, who had passed through the shop, all contributed to this ep. The studio was in Rons spare bedroom in his flat and to do the vocals, he made a hole in the door, stuck a broom handle through it, and ran a mic so Wendy could sing in the hallway and we would be on the other side of the door, ahh those were the days. I was over the moon with the finished result especially the strings and bongoes which have featured in most of my tunes over the years.