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Ramos + SupremeThe Journey Part 1 / Crowd Control

Label:Hectic Records – HECT 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

This Side
AThe Journey Part 1
Other Side
AACrowd Control
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Track AA samples:
Stab from Space Opera - Space 3001
Piano from Awesome 3 - Don't Go
Vocal from Sunshine Power ft. M.S.D. - It's Too Late
Vocal "Like this" from Steady B feat. KRS-One - Serious (Ceereeus BDP Remix)

A big shout out to: Slipmatt, Dr. S. Gachet, Vinylgroove, Hicks, Mr
Hyde & M.C. Knight, Mandy, Kathy & Sade, Jenny, Mark, Marcus,
Honey Bee & Love Monkey; and a very big shout out to M.C.
Marley. Fusion Promotions would like to thank all their customers
for their support.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): HECT 001 A ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA runout etched): HECT 001 - B ∗ ‒ J.T.S. ‒ ∗

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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The Journey Part 1 / Crowd Control (12", White Label, Test Pressing)Hectic RecordsHECT 001UK1993
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The Journey Part 1 / Crowd Control (2×File, WAV, Remastered)Kniteforce RecordsKHECT012020
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The Journey Part 1 / Crowd Control (12", 45 RPM, Reissue, Remastered)Kniteforce RecordsKHECT01UK2020
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The Journey / Crowd Control Remixes EP (4×File, WAV, EP)Kniteforce RecordsKHECT01RUK2021
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The Journey / Crowd Control (Remixes) (12")Kniteforce Records, Hectic RecordsKHECT01RUK2021
  • sneakypete79's avatar
    sneakypete79
    It’s almost like they borrowed Doc’s NHS Disco Remix’s bass for The Journey. #subbass
    • pointblnk's avatar
      pointblnk
      Edited 6 months ago
      According to an interview with Ramos in the May 1995 issue of Atmosphere magazine, this sold 8,000 copies upon release. Although, in an April 1995 interview with JRA magazine (an Australian ravezine) this figure is given as "almost up to 5,000 copies". Perhaps the larger figure included both the original and remixes, or perhaps it's just a misprint. Who knows, but either way it was called out as the label's best selling release!

      The Slammin Vinyl record shop still stocked new copies in 96/97, so it's possible it sold more in total.
      • Andy1979's avatar
        Andy1979
        Repress comfirmed will be forthcoming soon on kniteforce records, Happy days!
        • cassettejunky's avatar
          cassettejunky
          The Sample on Crowd Control is "Sweetheart" by Lee Prentiss,
          • 808-MAN's avatar
            808-MAN
            Edited one year ago
            Tune indeedy. Takes one on a journey definate. What a kick at 1.22! Bangin tune!,Inspirational beat. B side great also. Must have EP in ones Breakbeat collection. Awesome 3 sampling thrown on for good measure. BAD TUNE INDEED!
            • Wizhard's avatar
              Wizhard
              I dare to say it : The Journey is probably the best emotional tune ever made in electronic music history.
              • j0ker's avatar
                j0ker
                What we have here is two of the baddest tunes from the 93/94 era
                The journey a great dark but happy roller
                and crowd control a 94 hardcore tune without the cheese , that canbe considered happy
                Granted the piano is stolen from the awesome three but is delivered with much more of a rush
                • d-high's avatar
                  d-high
                  I just can second what my pre-reviewer already wrote. A classic of Ramos + Supreme that were on the turning point of breakbeat/jungle with a darker edge to the ever happy happy hardcore that came around 94.

                  The Journey with its on point clanging beats is really the party breaker on this though the synth sounds of Crowd Control made it my favorite on this EP.

                  For me, as mentioned quite at the edge, abit more of cheesiness and piano would have tipped the scale for me not to buy this vinyl at that time. Still a great listen after all these years.
                  • Narkee's avatar
                    Narkee
                    Yep Hutcho sums it up perfectly. Both fucking rinsing tunes.
                    • ian_s's avatar
                      ian_s
                      Sold around 4,000 copies on initial release.