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LNR - Work It To The Bone FLAC album


Performer: LNR
Genre: Electronic
Title: Work It To The Bone
Country: UK
Released: 1988
Style: House
FLAC version ZIP size: 1405 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1583 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1169 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 343
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HJA 2016 002. LNR. Work It To The Bone ‎(12", RE). House Jam Records. Worldwide, and was later included on several important compilations of the genre, such as "House Nation vol 2", "Jack Trax - The Sixth Album", "Deep Heat 89", "Rhythm Zone Vol 1", "Best Of House Music Vol 2", among others - thanks to Larry Thompson & Rick Lenoir. Despite everything said above, "It's A Mystery To Me" had a more avant-garde essence and is the recommended tune for the connaisseurs on this 12 inch.

by. Work It to the Bone.

Tracks count: 4. Views: 0. LNR - Work It To The Bone 04:28. LNR - Work It To The Bone 05:44. LNR - Work It To The Bone 06:08.

More by Lnr. Lnr - Work It To The Bone.

1:01 Lets Work 2017 Version House. 8:38 Lnr - Work It To The Bone (chicago Clubhouse Remix) - Kool Kat Music - 1989.

Tracklist

A1 Work It To The Bone (Vocal) 4:30
A2 Work It To The Bone (Instrumental) 5:38
B It's A Mystery To Me (The You And Me Both Mix) 7:07

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Cool Breeze Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – House Jam Records

Credits

  • Engineer – Duane Thamm Jr., Jerry Soto
  • Lacquer Cut By – ΔM
  • Written-By – Thompson & Lenoir

Notes

© 1987 Cool Breeze BMI.
℗ 1988 House Jam Records Chicago, IL.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): HJA-8803-A ∆M
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): HJA-8803-B ∆M
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HJA 2016 002 LNR Work It To The Bone ‎(12", RE) House Jam Records HJA 2016 002 UK 2016
PRO-7268 LNR Work It To The Bone ‎(12") Profile Records PRO-7268 US 1989
HJA 8803 LNR Work It To The Bone ‎(12") House Jam Records HJA 8803 US 1987
KOOL T 501 LNR Work It To The Bone ‎(12") Kool Kat KOOL T 501 UK 1989
KOOL T 501 R LNR Work It To The Bone ‎(12") Kool Kat KOOL T 501 R UK 1989

Shazel
as pointed out by leroy skibone on his youtube upload of the vocal version, the sped-up tape noise on this original pressing which permeates the right channel during the vocal version of the track (and which other users have commented on here) contains identifiable snippets from other contemporary house tunes, particularly:1. Hollywood (3) - Funk Me, Jack Me2. West Phillips - Tell Me (That You Want Me)3. Gil De La Paz - Casa, specifically the Latin House Mixthis was most likely an error introduced when originally mastering the record in 1987/88, since other pressings after that time, including the 2016 reissue, eliminate the noise, so it clearly wasn't part of the song as recorded

Jeb
MegaTune!!!! One of the most important Jams that ever made. It will ever alive for a real Dj.

Mushicage
Still rocking the party to this day. Always a good idea to play this record

Framokay
i have the version on House Jam and the vocal cut is messed up. it sounds like there's a second recording cut into the record at lower volume underneath. it sounds like a sped-up record is playing at the same time. i'm not insane.

Gamba
A total classic house jam. The percussion is perfect jackin' material. The lo-fi production is magnified by the fact that there seems to be obvious tape noise in the background!

Rarranere
The original and the best. This had the same impact on the house scene in 1987 as Moby's "GO" did in 1990. Everyone was like "Hey, what the f*%k is that, who's done it and where can I get me a copy! So minimal, so tribal, sooo deep....whenever I hear that vocal line and those analogue drum patterns it always brings a smile to my face, I never tire of hearing it, no matter what mix it's used in(and there have been quite a few to date!). I was in Phonica today and there was a new mix banging out of the sound system(white label by?)and I bought it without a moments hesitation, just like that! it's still that good, it's a piece of house music history and will rock any party without exception.

Innadril
Was probably 'Work' from this that you heard in Phonica - http://www.discogs.com/MCMLXXXVII-Work/release/2547031

Manazar
Whenever people talk about House with Tribal influences, I will remember this early House tune from 1987, later sampled by the Italo-House act Cappella on "Helyom Halib" on the end eighties. The percussion here has clear tribal influences and a minimal environment; its importance lies on the fact that, when you remember that 'House Of Gypsies - Samba' was a classic of the genre from 1992, you'll have an idea of the impact caused by this tune back in 87 - "Come on let's work it to the bo-bo-bone!" infested the dancefloors Worldwide, and was later included on several important compilations of the genre, such as "House Nation vol 2", "Jack Trax - The Sixth Album", "Deep Heat 89", "Rhythm Zone Vol 1", "Best Of House Music Vol 2", among others - thanks to Larry Thompson & Rick Lenoir. Despite everything said above, "It's A Mystery To Me" had a more avant-garde essence and is the recommended tune for the connaisseurs on this 12 inch.

roternow
This is not as good as Capella's "Heylom Halib" which uses the same "Work" sample. People used to get these two tracks up. It is quite minimal compared to Heylom Halib. I do not have this 12", but if I find it, I'll definitely buy it. It's another early house classic.

Fordg
I don't think you can compare the two tracks at all.

HappyLove
davidsalsoul LNR is authentic jacking Chicago House that still sounds good today, whilst Heylom Halib was cheesy Euro house even at the time and listening to it now its just laughable. agreed!