- Kent, England.
- Joined on May 12, 2008
I worked in distribution (91 - 96) and have lots of strange records for sale,
i hasten to add that they are not all to my taste !
and THE JUDGE.
Country & Western,
R 'N' B
Rock 'N' Roll,
Hate Generally :
Percolator...once it's in your head, you can't get it out of it. This remix is a weapon of Nuclear proportions.
My friend was absolutely mad on Two Tone, he had this on 12", he played it to his girlfriend who was mortified by it,
it actually screwed with her mind so much that she stole it from him !
I can verify he had it , but there is no record of it ever being ... See full review
The sample was taken from some random Harpsicord track -
Not wrong fella,and fuck me what a tune,i still spin it today
happy times mate :))
sorry i must have imagined it then,ny is a long way from london mate,were you there ?
"Biology" warehouse party early 1989 ,the sun has started to rise,
Grooverider has played his set and Cutmaster Jay is in full effect.
Suddenly the music stops and Jarvis (Cutmaster Jay) starts ranting on the mic
(which he was quite prone to do) ,a ... See full review
I bought this record from the now defunct "City Sounds" of WC1 around 1990-92.
I can't remember the date exactly but as one of my pals graffitied the cover one
night after "Rage",this narrows the year down to about then.
I never had any ideas about ... See full review
Sometimes you find a tune and then your jaw drops as you see that no one has bothered reviewing it.
Hooligan 69 for me pretty much symbolises the start of Hardcore,a noticable change in the style and
attitudes of the clubbers at the time,from the ... See full review
Judge Dread was a seventies and eighties icon to many a mod,skin or rude boy.
Unlike the ridiculous Mega City One Judge from the comic book 2000AD,
the real Judge heralded from Kent.
Immortalising places such as Snodland with his imaginative and witty ... See full review
This is by far my favourite hardcore record of all time, sampling all and sundry ,energetic ,driving ,demonic .
I have just pulled it out of a box and given it a spin for the first time in about fifteen years,
it's like meeting an old friend ,fucking ... See full review
Having submitted the release details for this record
i felt obliged to review it.Unfortunately for me this
tune is absolute pants,the likely hood being i have the
only copy in existence !
It is your usual piece of Italian cheese,crappy organ ... See full review
Changing from one genre of music to another can be very expensive.For years i had been collecting dance hall reggae and hip hop and the occasional house tune,but this album turned my world up side down.Unlike the first album and the first two jack trax ... See full review
What a tune.Released in 1988 but really getting
recognised in "The summer of love 89" when it
was played at the biggest parties such as Sunrise
down to the smallest parties at your local .
This record was caned and caned big time,
no shit it was ... See full review
This is another one of those records that
for some reason was completely overlooked.
Back in 1990 it hardly got any recognition,
i cannot remember it being played out that much
and copies today are selling for as little as
£2 for a near mint ... See full review
Searching through my records as i catalogue them
i came across this remarkably strange release.
The A side that i expected to be of a slamming lunatic nature was infact a plodding 129 bpm builder ,with a monotinous key board stab and repetitive ... See full review
I remember when we first heard the test pressing of this at Great Asset ,the buzz it created was massive.
The original test pressing had another track on it by The Subjects which was called First Flower ,this was a break beaty trancier affair ,with a ... See full review