1991 Vocal Breaks, Piano, Bassline Monster - There are classics and then there are classics. The original Rhythm On The Loose tune 'Break Of Dawn' deserves a class all of its own as it stands proud as one of the most iconic dance tunes of all time. The legendary main riff inspired by producer Geoff Hibbert seeing dawn break on an Italian coast line, the big vocal sample taken from 'First Choice's Let No Man Put Asunder', the punchy drums... it's got everything you need to blow up a big crowd. Here we get the original next to bounce remixes from Strike and Stonebridge. This timely reissue will fly off the shelves, and for good reason.
Rhythm On The Loose “Break Of Dawn” is quite simply one of House Music’s all time classics.
Producer Geoff Hibbert was inspired by seeing dawn break on an Italian coast line to
draw inspiration from Moby’s anthemic “Go” and disco gem “Let No Man Put Asunder” by First Choice to create his loving homage to the UK Rave scene.
Network set up a label “The One After D” to release a limited edition press of the instant classic to create demand.
One of the first copies was picked up by Kevin Saunderson and his relentless playing of the track helped fuel interest in the USA.
The first release on Network in 1991 established the track as iconic. That original mix is here and still sounds as fresh as ever. Perfect in fact.
The 12” also contains remastered versions of the 1995 remixes by Rhythm On The Loose, Strike and Stonebridge.