The Beat ClubSecurity

Label:Pizazz Records – HR-007, HR Records – HR-007
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Freestyle, Electro


A1Security (Club Mix)5:51
A2Security (Radio Mix)4:56
B1Security (Security Beats)5:16
B2Security (Chants I)1:37
B3Security (Chants II)0:16
B4Security (Instraments)2:40

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Edited for Straight A's Production
B3 is an instrumental misspelled as "Instraments"
Honorary members of TBC: Mirey Valls, Fro Sosa, Peter Marr, The Whiz Kids, Ron (Fat Man) May, K.J., John Dillon & Ciro Llerena

Usually appears in a Pizazz center-cut jacket (black/white or colored).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching [FULLERSOUND is stamped]): HR-007-A FULLERSOUND MF
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching [FULLERSOUND is stamped]): HR-007-B FULLERSOUND MF

Other Versions (5 of 21)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Security (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Atlantic0-86485US1988
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Security (12", 45 RPM)ZYX Records, ZYX RecordsZYX 5981, 5981Germany1988
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Security (12")Bass RecordsBSS 12-3UK1988
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Security (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)AtlanticDMD 1254US1988
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Security (CD, Maxi-Single)ZYX RecordsZYX 8-5981Germany1988


  • Fizza's avatar
    There's quite a large crossover between Freestyle & Electro, and I daresay that Freestyle was born of Electro/Hip Hop, finding its roots in Planet Rock, a track more than heavily sampled in many Freestyle records, with early genre defining tracks by Shannon, Xena, C-Bank, Debbie Deb, even Aleem & Carol Lynn Townes etc.. establishing the future sound of what was to come.

    The way I see it, if it fits and speaks to you, it's all good no matter when, where or what you heard it mixed with. I see Electro / Freestyle / Miami Bass / Club / Rave / Breaks all applying as tags for this track. Even if you find yourself disagreeing with that I feel comfortable that Classic is a tag we can all raise a glass to.

    • SpindigoSounds's avatar
      just heard this song (the club mix) for the first time... holy SHEESH this is a massive banger. come to find out it's from the 80s... wow its so good with the choppy chops and the boomin drums. the orchestral stabs are a vintage treasure... an artifact. this is how stabs should be done.
      • 808-MAN's avatar
        Have this on a cd in my car along with around 200 others. Played The Club Mix on way home from work and still a classic in its own right. Unique beat, almost electro est. One of those you could dance too beats. Clever couple indeedy. Tune!!!, always will be.
        • 8892sales's avatar
          Still listen to this at least once every two or three weeks. It's still a powershaker of badass proportions. 30 years old !!!! and still makes me shudder with pleasure. Flipping heck, it really is kind of depressing that all those years have passed since the days it rocked the airwaves and warehouse clubs but blimey does the production still hold up. This was pretty much played all over the place. Still totally enchanting.

          Murderous tune, murderous.
          • ROBERTFRIEND's avatar
            Both comments from henriquesousa7 and djpepsi are completely off it. First, Security is not a latino style' it is a breakbeat rave stadium techno track and second, djpepsi is giving a personal opinion. For true fans, there is no problem. The thing that made this track number one with the fans was the hypnotic piano and atmospheric sound. It made people feel like they were in another world in the future. This tune is one of the greatest rave tracks, big and loud. Keep listening to that off key commercial crap though. I have been listening to all the original styles since acid was invented in 1966 when the first onsale synthesiser was built, The compression chamber that repeats and speeds up sounds. You babies aint got a clue what makes a top tune. Do one.
            • henriquesousa7's avatar
              I Must Say That This One Is A True Freestyle Classic!!!!!! It's So Latino!!!!!!!!!!100% Freestyle!!
              • djpepsi's avatar
                Edited 17 years ago
                The only bad thing about this tune, is, im afraid to say, the much maligned orchestra stab it uses. Sooo many early rave tunes, and subsequent pop-rave tunes implemented this stab, that, in my opinion, it sounds tired today (thanks 2 Unlimited and the rest of you cronies - NOT!).



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