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Ron TrentPrescription: Word, Sound & Power

Label:Rush Hour (4) – RH RSS 020, Prescription – RH RSS 020
Format:
6 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

A1C. Damier* & R. Trent*Morning Factory (Dubplate)10:41
A2Ron TrentPrescription10:45
B1Ron & Chez DDon't Try It5:58
B2Ron TrentSeduction13:21
C1Ron TrentPop, Dip And Spin9:16
C2Ron TrentEnergy 6:53
D1Chez Damier & Ron TrentSometimes I Feel Like (Mid 80's Feel Mix)5:44
D2AngoraEnchantment (Original Demo Mix)9:09
E1Ron TrentI Feel The Rhythm (Pres-001 CD Version)6:18
E2Ron Trent & Anthony NicholsonSoul Samba Express11:01
F1USG* Featuring Monica ElamLife 4 Living (Vocal Life Mix)9:00
F2Ron TrentSpace Ridims 5:49
G1Chez Damier & Ron TrentFoot Therapy6:55
G2Konfusion KidzzOn My Mind 12:00
H1Ron TrentMorning Fever8:11
H2AniLove Is The Message (For Those Who Didn't Hear It)5:31
I1World, Sky & UniversesThe Answer (Brooklyn World Mix)7:23
I2Ron Trent Feat. Harry DennisBlack Magic Woman8:00
J1NoniBe My (Friend)3:45
J2Warp Dub Sound SystemNight Places Darkness Upon The Earth15:31
K1Chez-N Trent*The Choice5:41
K2Ron TrentHistory10:42
L1Ron Trent & Chez Damier*The Meaning8:55
L2Ron TrentPiano Track 9:20
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'Ron Trent Presents Prescription: Word, Sound & Power'

Sticker on cellophane:
'Prescription, founded by Chez Damier & Ron Trent. The defining label of the 90s Deep House sound'

Includes four-page insert and download card. Durations not on release.

A2 listed as previously unreleased on vinyl.
C2, I2 and K2 listed as previously unreleased.

Repressed in May 2017.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX A RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX B RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX C RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX D RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side E, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX E RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side F, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX F RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side G, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX G RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side H, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX H RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side I, etched): RH RSS-020XXX I RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side J, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX J RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side K, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX K RAND
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side L, etched): RH RSS-020 XXX L RAND

Other Versions (4)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Prescription: Word, Sound & Power (24×File, MP3, Compilation, 320 kbps)Rush Hour (4)RHRSS020Netherlands2017
New Submission
Prescription: Word, Sound & Power (24×File, FLAC, Compilation)Rush Hour (4)RHRSS020Netherlands2017
Prescription: Word, Sound & Power (2×CD, Compilation)Rush Hour (4)RH RSS 020 CDNetherlands2017
New Submission
Prescription: Word, Sound & Power (2×CD, Compilation, CDr, Limited Edition, Mixed)Rush Hour (4), Rush Hour (4)RH RSS 020 CD, RHRSS020CDPJJapan2017
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r-theme
People trashing the sound of this box need to pop off. Take some effort to understand the setting this music was recorded in and the machines that were used. I'm glad this shit isn't hyper compressed and "remastered". If you're a working DJ that can't play this, get better records and figure out how to do dynamics in your sets.
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RiddlyDiddly
Edited 3 years ago
Is the main complaint about the vinyl only that it's too quiet so you can't take it to clubs and that?
Regardless of how quiet it may be, is the sound quality decent; like if you turned it up a fair bit, could you still have a good listening experience?
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REELHAUS
weak audio on vinyl. you'll have to push the gain 25% upwards when playing live, which sucks. anyway, a must have for those who like house music the way house is house. if you want to play this in a club you'll have to practice before, it's too weakly recorded. shame but...
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chillid
For someone who was lucky enough to purchase Prescription the first time round can we have the Ron Trent Feat. Harry Dennis - Black Magic Woman on a seperate 1'' please? Can't justify owning all those records again for just one 12''.
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Late_Night_Tactics
I know this is Discogs, but can anyone speak to the quality of the digital version of this release? I bought the box and as most are saying, it is not for use by working DJ's. Is the digital?
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tyrantlizard
Collector's item, not for working DJs. Pressing is way too quiet, I would not play this on a loud system unless the booth is absolutely pristine conditions.
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DJ_Expo
Edited 4 years ago
The entire presentation here is beautiful. Given that it's twenty-four 12" singles across six LPs, you're going to lose some of the oomph you'd get from individual singles (we should all know that). But the tracks themselves sound fantastic and clear. I was a bit concerned when the first LP was slightly warped, but that wasn't the case with any of the others. They could be thicker pressings, but that would add significant weight to the boxset. The sleeves are individually coloured which helps sort out what's what. And the liner sheet chronicles the details of each single with the original label featured. The housing of the set is sturdy board with golden embossed lettering. This anthology was worth every penny.
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SpaceRider
It is super compilation... Carton box looks good on shelf, but the sound is what i am lookin for. No magic here as it is with most of the re-presses nowadays. Repress? Think twice.
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pizzaluvr
if someone is willing to sell me only A/B vinyl hit me up
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sunshine-recorder
To be quite honest, this compilation gets pretty boring towards the end. They would have been much better to compile 8/10 of the best cuts and press it up on a double LP, or even just as some 12"s which RH have done with projects in the past. It just seems needlessly bloated at the size it is - wasn't the whole point of something like this to make what have been expensive records for a long time, more accessible and obtainable without having it costing an arm and a leg? While the packaging is super nice it appears that perhaps some corners have been cut with the actual audio, whether it's the super quiet vinyl pressings or digital files which sound heavily compressed.