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  • Avg Rating:4.32 / 5
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T.Power & The Sandman (4)Ode To A Deadman / Sounds Of A Concrete Jungle

Label:Soapbar – SBR004
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

This Side
AOde To A Deadman
That Side
BSounds Of A Concrete Jungle
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A Friendly Elephants production.

From label:
Respect to:
Pulse, Impact and all the Pirates, DJ Skie and 103 Crew, Submaster One and Ninebar, Rodney and Nathan, Toal Music, Nicky Blackmarket, Unity Records, Music Power, Levi and all at Trinity, Our Parents, Darren and Joe, Skan One, and anyone we forgot. Hold It Down in '93

Track A samples:
Music from the film Flatliners

Track B samples:
spinback sound from Original Concept - Pump The Bass
Vocal from Digital Underground - Doowutchyalike

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: SBR-004-A₁ MAX BASS SELECTIVE GEORGE - COPYMASTERS
  • Matrix / Runout: SBR-004-B₁ MAX
  • Barcode (Text): 5 025780 000465
  • Barcode (Scan): 5025780000465

Reviews

  • traffic_cone's avatar
    traffic_cone
    Proper underrated release this one, especially "Ode to a Deadman" - killer hoover riff at the start, and an awesome string section in the middle. Some nice synth work on the other side too, alongside a classic stab section. Reminds me of people like Sub Love or Citadel of Kaos - well put together musically but still proper hardcore.

    At the time I write this, still selling for under £10 - maybe because it's not the sort of 93 tune that people go crazy for these days? All the more reason to pick one up though!
    • big_smoke_vinyl's avatar
      One of those tunes that didn't really turn the rave out, but I heard it getting caned on a few pirates, especially PulseFM. But then Soapbar had something to do with Total Music in Bethnal Green and I think they had something to do with Pulse, so it makes sense really. Hah!