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  1. #81
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    Kings Road could be Lucky Spin (Deejay Recordings' shop) or maybe Section 5, which was affiliated with Moving Shadow. Never went to either unfortunately!

    from the Lucky Spin Discogs page
    Early 90's UK Hardcore / Jungle label run from the Kings Road record shop of the same name. The shop & label moved to Holloway Road in '94 with the studio (Monroe studios) being based next door. DJ Harmony, Steve Lyall, Tonic, Mampi Swift & Ash-A-Tack were also employees in the shop.
    Shop closed down in '95, with Section 5 opening the following day. This caused a large amount of tension between Lucky Spin & Moving Shadow (the owners of the new Section 5 store).

  2. #82
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    It was Section 5 would have been 96-97.
    Hypnotical Gases - Keeping my proboscis out of the dirt.

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    breakbeat hardcore rave from '91 with decent rapping. love this tune.


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    ^ Nice.

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    not very DWG-ish but I heard this at the 2nd Suncebeat in Croatia 10 years ago and loved it. Think it could've been quite a big mainstream hit with a bit more exposure (and prob dropping a few years later in the UK when all that faux "deep house" was in)

    Sounds like 90s R&B over Jersey Garage. because it is.

  6. #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by step one View Post
    ^^ cheers. Just came in this thread to mention this. My attempt at a jungle take on Check The Technique/Rakim Told Me

    https://velocitypress.uk/who-say-reload-story/

    really enjoyed the little sneak preview on the juno daily site

    is it best to order this through the publishers or are you going to have personal copies to sell?

    i'd rather put the money directly in your pocket if that is an option

  7. #87
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    will all be going though the publisher, they're only a small firm that set up in the last couple of years so it's a respectable endeavor!
    There's a distributor taking care of some retail like Juno and overseas etc
    I appreciate the sentiment though, so cheers if I end up with a surplus prior to it being pulped I'll shift them on here at a discount.

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    no worries, i’ll go through them directly then

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    Already ordered a copy for a friend's birthday because it's in March and it's the perfect present for him!

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    big up.
    Just doing some last minute corrections and changes last night before it goes to print and at the moment I don't even want to see this thing again for at least 6 months

 

 

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