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Sister Bliss - Badman mp3

Sister Bliss - Badman mp3

Sister Bliss
Blow Up
INT 193.189
Progressive House
MP3 archive size:
1192 mb
FLAC archive size:
1661 mb


1Badman (Badman Original Mix)
Backing Vocals – Dido, Sister BlissBass – Aubrey NunnVocals – Junkdog L Howler
2Badman (Junkdog)7:03
3Badman (Being Boiled)6:28
4Badman (Epic Mix)
Backing Vocals – Dido, Sister BlissVocals – Junkdog L Howler


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
JDOGCD.1Sister Bliss Bad Man ‎(CD, Single)Junk Dog RecordsJDOGCD.1UK1996
ORCDM 53130Sister Bliss Bad Man ‎(CD, Maxi)Orange RecordsORCDM 53130Sweden1996
JDOG12.001Sister Bliss Badman ‎(2x12", Promo)Junk Dog RecordsJDOG12.001UK1996
GB 282 96 0004 0Sister Bliss Bad Man ‎(VHS, PAL)Junk Dog RecordsGB 282 96 0004 0UK1996
INT 828.109, 7243 8 83051 2 9Sister Bliss Bad Man ‎(CD, Maxi)Blow Up, Blow UpINT 828.109, 7243 8 83051 2 9Germany1996


  • Engineer, Mixed ByGoetz
  • Producer, Mixed ByRollo And Sister Bliss
  • Written-ByPaul Herman, Rollo, Sister Bliss


(P)&(C) 1996 Junk Dog Records
Marketed by Intercord Tonträger GmbH, Licensee
Made in Germany

Published by BMG/Champion Music/CC

Although this release seems to be a 1-1 copy of the UK Junk Dog Records JDOG12.001, Being Boiled is a different version. This one is 06:28 against 05:42 on the UK release. This seems to be a re-worked version, as the one on the UK release sounds as a very early try-out.


  • Label Code: LC 8076


  • To me, this is THE seminal Rollo & Sister Bliss production. Wonderful, over the top "epic house" megalomania, the likes of which ruled the clubs as well as the charts in '95 and '96. The tune starts out as a solid progressive house track with rave stabs - until the breakdown, where it suddenly switches into a mid-tempo breakbeat with a fucking harmonica-fueled blues rock song on top! The singer "Junkdog L. Howler", whoever he may be (I haven't seen him credited on any other record), provides a clichéd, yet fun song about being on the run from the law, with Sister Bliss herself and Rollo's little sister Dido on the chorus asking "what can I do, yeah / to make the bad man good?" Then the track switches back to prog house with one of those epic hooks Rollo and Sister Bliss are best known for, setting the dancefloor on fire once more. The "Epic Mix" goes into a similar direction, though being little less insane than the original. The C and D sides provide more conventional hard house versions which lose most of the vocals in favor of increased usability as DJ tools. Highly recommended, even though it might be hard to find a place for this in modern DJ sets.