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Bass Bureau - Comin' Hardcore flac album
Comin' Hardcore
Bass Bureau
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Comin' Hardcore (One For The DJ's). Labelled release of BBO 01 which was previously released as a white label. Side A mix name down as "One For The $" on the label but "One For The £s" is etched in the runout. Mastered at The Exchange. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Comin' Hardcore ‎(12").

Comin' Hardcore (DJ). Side A has 'One For The £'s :)' and LYN 2834 7 etched in the runout grooves, as well as something that reads 'SCLYDEP'. Side B has 'The Exchange' and LYN 283 48 etched in the runout grooves. BB0 - 01. Bass Bureau.

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Year: all time 1975.

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Comin' Hardcore (One For The $)
Comin' Hardcore (One For The DJ's)


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BBO 01 Bass Bureau Comin' Hardcore ‎(12") Not On Label BBO 01 UK 1991
BB0 - 01 Bass Bureau Comin' Hardcore ‎(12") Not On Label BB0 - 01 UK 1991
BBO - 01 Bass Bureau Comin' Hardcore ‎(12", W/Lbl) Not On Label BBO - 01 UK 1991

  • Kigabar
One of those many white labels to come out of The Exhange, London in 1991. Prolly a demo tape that was given a chance and that got pressed. Unknown to me who was behind this tune that had a good airplay on the Amsterdam pirate stations back then. (Edit - just found out it is Mr C of The Shamen who's behind it) Good bassline, SH 101 sweeps, and a sort of sax sample to complete this nice tune. Both sides are similiar only the $ mix got a rapper appearing somewhere in that mix, not a good choice, it doesn't add something special to it. But to grade this tune on a scale of 10 I'll deffo would give it a 8. Just a good tune that stood the test of time from an era that was dominated with T99 stabs....