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Chuggles / Nagual / The UnknownThank You / Feel The Rhythm / Dancin Music

Label:Prescription – PRES 002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

AChugglesThank You (The Hector Lopez Mix)
EngineerFraser Brydson
RemixHector Lopez
Written-ByC. Damier*, J. William, R. Lawson*
12:44
AA1NagualFeel The Rhythm
ProducerRon Trent
6:21
AA2The UnknownDancin Music
ProducerD. Carter*, T. Unknown*
6:18
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Notes

Special thanks to Leroy Burgess and the underground community

A - Recorded At Cogent Studios U.K
AA1 - Recorded At Waxx Studios, Berlin

Most (if not all) copies pressed on dark brown translucent vinyl: apparently seems to be black, translucent when held to the light.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): Pres 102 A1 Metropolis Mastering Chicago M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): Pres 102 B1 M.M.M.J.R.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Thank You / Feel The Rhythm / Dancin' Music (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)PrescriptionPRES102US1993

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  • trippyhousedonovan's avatar
    I will echo the previous comments... I Feel the Rhythm (original) is absolutely an early morning, spaced and spun, shoegazer shuffle CLASSIC! So ridiculously simple and just creeps into your backbone, and the next thing you know, your backend is shakin' to the music.
    • kramtronix's avatar
      kramtronix
      This is an absolute classic. I still remember the day I bought this 12" from a record shop in Naha, Japan.
      • SakenaRibena's avatar
        SakenaRibena
        Ron Trents "Feel The Rhythm" is an amazing tune and one can clearly hear how much it is inspired by older jazz and disco.
        At the same time the tune gives of a new techno/deephouse sound which up until today gives inspiration to modern electronic music. "Feel the Rythm" is in my opinion a deep house masterpiece and a classic. It is beautiful morning/sunrise track. Makes me feel my heart pound every time I hear it.
        • dexterfeng's avatar
          dexterfeng
          My favorite memory of this was dropping Thank You at Rave em and Bailey (the 96 edition) sunday Morning sun up. It just chugs and chugs and builds and builds. Those left went nuts in that been up for far too long sunday morning jive. kickstand theory dancers using tent stands, the standing with the head shaking under a hoodie. beautiful.

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