Ram Records - Andy C - 'Slip ‘N’ Slide / Roll On' (1993-1995) - 12" Vinyl Blue Vinyl MISPRESS - RAMM006/12EP2
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Ram Records - Andy C - 'Slip ‘N’ Slide / Roll On' (1993-1995) - 12" BLUE Vinyl MISPRESS- RAMM006/12EP2
These Blue vinyls were part of a lmited coloured vinyl press by Ram Records. they are beign sold as a "Mispress" because there are some tiny streaks of black/Green colour with the blue vinyl, this noramlly occurs during the pressing process if the black vinyl has not been thouroughly cleaned out of the machine before the blue vinyl is added. This does not affect play back in anyway, however these are being sold at lower ptice than the RRP of £15 for a Ram colured vinyl- who knows may be a collectors item one day....
'Ram Reloaded' will be a series of limited 12" vinyl from Ram's early years, re-mastered from the original DATs and presented onto their usual, high quality, heavy weight vinyl.
* Andy C's follow up to his previous 'Bass Logic' EP came in 1993 with the title track 'Slip 'N' Slide.
Retaining Hardcore elements of the era with the typical orchestra stabs dropping to the lower octaves with oscillating low sub bass lines over off beat breaks. Sonz of a Loop Da Loop Era (Danny Breaks), from the legendary record shop in Romford 'Boogie Times' was tasked with remixing Andy C's 'Bass
Original vocals which were performed by Andy's local friend Karen, layered over African
vocal sample chants. Hardcore flavours with a nod back to Eastern Promise's (RAMM2) high sub blip echoes.
* Moving forward in time to 1995, Andy C smashed it out of the park with Ram's 12th release. 'Roll On' was originally the B side, but after smashing up dance floors all over the world, it became almost as anthemic as 'Valley of the Shadows'. Instantly recognisable string pad chords highlight precision tooled breakbeats of the newer Jungle genre that had emerged out of Hardcore.
Heralded as a true classic from that year. ‘Cool Down’ was originally the A side of RAMM12, this Amen tear out track with the vocal 'cool down the dance hall' did exactly the opposite, setting dance floors ablaze with its energy and attack.
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