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Warped KoreThe Power / Smokin' (The Teacher)

Label:White House Records – WYHS 019
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Jungle

Tracklist

Other Side
AThe Power
This Side
AA1Smokin' (The Teacher)
AA2The Power (Herb Mix)
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From label:
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WARPED KORE SHOUTS:
Steve & Laurie (Music Box), Lady T, Raggety, D-Lux, The Specialist,
Brain Crew, Technochild, Mark & Dan, Mungo, Mad B, Big City,
John & Mark (Apple), Parliament Posse, Dave & Gary (Soul Sense),
Funky P, Balloon, Dinx, Doug & Ray (Flying), Mo's Crew, Helmut,
Mark (Tempest), Beatstreet, Nathan (Spin-A-Disc), Bay-B-Kane,
Across The Track, Ma Soundz, Troublesome, Bang In Tunes,
& the man Andy B.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Other Side A runout etched): WYHS-019-A-1 PA 7327 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (This Side B runout etched): WYHS-019-AA-1 PA 7327 SIMON - THE EXCHANGE
  • Barcode (Text): 5 023743 000248
  • Barcode (Scan): 5023743000248

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The Power / Smokin (12", White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM)White House RecordsWYHS 019UK1993

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  • Lexpie's avatar
    Lexpie
    There must have been some energy in the studio that day.
    The Power is a monster.
    • poison7_3's avatar
      poison7_3
      For me this record is all about the Herb Mix on AA2. TIGHT production, the dreamy but ruff happy darkside '93 Ard Core Jungle sound nailed down to a tee. Easily in my top 3 Bizzy B tunes & that's saying something as there's a lot of them!
      • hutcho's avatar
        hutcho
        A1) Some Artists & releases define a genre - this EP is one of them...if you wish a shining example of 1993 UK darkside, then 'Warped Kore' is certainly one to consider, right from it's layered & finely chopped amens, right through to it's tearing hoovers & dark synths that just roll in & out of pure darkness with just a touch of vocals to keep you on edge.
        AA1's 'Smokin' is a ragga bass-heavy number that only kicks in halfway through the track, generally sounding akin to Formation releases mid-92.
        AA2's 'Power (Herb Mix)' is a stripped back version of the main mix, winding down into synths instead of hoovers, but still with all the speed of this classic period but with slightly more bass backing.

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