Ruff Rider ‎– Shaggy Ridims E.P.

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Tracklist

You And Me 4:45
Move Ya Bod 4:03
Dance Mutha 5:19
Drugged Culture 4:02

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KICK 30 Ruff Rider Shaggy Ridims E.P.(12", EP) Kickin Records KICK 30 UK 1992 Sell This Version
KICK 30 Ruff Rider Shaggy Ridims EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Kickin Records KICK 30 UK 1992 Sell This Version
SEP-004-1 Ruff Rider Shaggy Riddims EP(12", EP) Sonic Records SEP-004-1 US 1993 Sell This Version
SEP-004-2 Ruff Rider Shaggy Ridims EP(CD, EP) Sonic Records SEP-004-2 US 1993 Sell This Version

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bearybear1

bearybear1

July 3, 2019
referencing Shaggy Riddims EP, 12", EP, SEP-004-1

You and me is a uplifting track the right amount of vocal and vibe. Drugged culture was true lol 88-93 hard track stands up till this day.
randyj

randyj

March 17, 2019
referencing Shaggy Riddims EP, 12", EP, SEP-004-1

4 fast paced hardcore breakbeat tekno gems - from the golden era. Sub bass and manic breakbeats in a UK hardcore style - highly recommended - no filler - just killer.
Midasdas

Midasdas

April 1, 2015
referencing Shaggy Ridims E.P., 12", EP, KICK 30
A1 has the same riff as Acen - The Life And Crimes Of A Ruffneck
aquagak

aquagak

July 16, 2014
referencing Shaggy Riddims EP, 12", EP, SEP-004-1
drugged culture is wicked
321donny

321donny

April 21, 2013
referencing Shaggy Ridims EP, CD, EP, SEP-004-2

Excellent EP. Worth buying for 'You & Me' alone.
red5

red5

December 15, 2011
referencing Shaggy Ridims E.P., 12", EP, KICK 30

'Drugged Culture' has all the elements of a true underground hardcore/jungletekno tune - I don't think it was very known but fits in very nicely with those dirty basslines & scatty breaks as pushed by Dj Ratty late 92/93 era - defiantly one for the purists. The other tracks on the ep are nicely done as well but will appear more to the hands in the air crew, quality release.
kleef74

kleef74

October 4, 2007
referencing Shaggy Ridims E.P., 12", EP, KICK 30
Kickin' was one of the fore running labels at the beginning of the oldskool hardcore scene. Tunes like the Excorcist, The Bee and Sanity Clause topped the early days of the techno breakbeat fusion. The label didn't seem to evolve through 91, it didn't produce much in the mold we now call old skool hardcore and subsiquently is much over looked when people look back. This is a top tune - right in the mid 92 manic style.