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Ital Rockers - One Day mp3

Ital Rockers - One Day mp3

Ital Rockers
One Day
Outer Rhythm
House, Techno, Bleep
MP3 archive size:
2595 mb
FLAC archive size:
2657 mb


2One Day (Piano Mix)
3Ital Selection (Dubplate Style)
4One Day


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FOOT 16Ital Rockers I Know / Dreams / One Day (PIano Mix) ‎(Acetate, 12")The Town HouseFOOT 16UK1991
FOOT 16PItal Rockers One Day ‎(12", Promo)Outer RhythmFOOT 16PUK1992


  • Written-By, ProducerMark Millington


Track A1 samples:
Section of speech by Martin Luther King
Vocal from Paul Simpson ft. Adeva - Musical Freedom (Free At Last)

Track B1 samples:
Vocal from Sandee - Notice Me


  • A rare underrated Bass & Bleep tune of the early 90s for those collecting this period it is a must

  • Agree with funk_wid_it. Dreams is the best track on this release and very much an underrated one at that. For me, it rivals Ital's Anthem. I think I actually prefer it. Much darker. I love the overlay of two mighty deep basslines on this record and dark but angelic choir synth sound. Definitely consider it a 1991 tune opposed to 1992 as I remember it being played late that year by various DJs not that many to be fair, also on mixtapes. In terms of style aswell, 1990 even. As the previous reviewer has already mentioned, it may have well been produced in 1990.

  • 'Dreams' is a great bass & bleep tune that would've been right at home sitting alongside both 'Ital’s Anthem' and 'Science' on the classic first 12". Perhaps this was also made in 1990? Whatever, this one deserves to be more well known. The other three tracks are also quite good.