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Urban Hype - A Trip To Trumpton FLAC album


Performer: Urban Hype
Genre: Electronic
Title: A Trip To Trumpton
Country: UK
Released: 1992
Style: Breakbeat, Hardcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1108 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1483 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1925 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 815
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Complete your Urban Hype collection. A Trip To Trumpton" is a rave song released in the early 1990s by the group Urban Hype, and was produced by DJ Jack Smooth. It featured samples from the 1960s children's television programme Trumpton. It followed a popular trend at the time of releasing tracks based around children's TV samples - other songs that did this included The Prodigy's "Charly", based on the Charley Says series of public information films from the 1970s, and The Smart E's "Sesame's Treet", which sampled the theme music from Sesame Street.

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Urban Hype were an English breakbeat hardcore duo. The duo was formed in 1988, consisting of Bob Dibden (Robert John Dibden) and Mark Lewis (Mark Louis Chitty). They are best known for their toytown techno single, "A Trip to Trumpton", which peaked at No. 6 in the UK Singles Chart in July 1992. They had two other minor UK chart entries. The group originated from Chandler's Ford in Hampshire. Adverts" (Faze 2) (1989). Ellie" (Faze 2) (1989) - UK N. 1. Join the Acid House" (Faze 2) (1989).

Tracklist

A Trip To Trumpton
A Trip To Trumpton (The Trumpton Remix)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12 FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12") Faze 2 12 FAZE 5 UK 1992
INT 125.959 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12") Blow Up INT 125.959 Germany 1992
X 14414 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12") Liberation Records X 14414 Australia 1992
12 FAZE 5, 12 FAZE5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12") Faze 2, Faze 2 12 FAZE 5, 12 FAZE5 UK 1992
12FAZE 5 DJ Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12", Promo) Faze 2 12FAZE 5 DJ UK 1992
5D Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(7") FAZE-2 5D UK 1992
FAZE 5 D, FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(7", Single, Jukebox) Faze 2, Faze 2 FAZE 5 D, FAZE 5 UK 1992
FAZE5, FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(7", Single, Pap) Faze 2, Faze 2 FAZE5, FAZE 5 UK 1992
FAZE5, FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(7", Single, Sil) Faze 2, Faze 2 FAZE5, FAZE 5 UK 1992
INT 825.959 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(CD, Maxi) Blow Up INT 825.959 Germany 1992
D 11305 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(CD, Maxi) Liberation Records D 11305 Australia 1992
CD FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(CD, Single) Faze 2 CD FAZE 5 UK 1992
CD FAZE 5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(CD, Single) Faze 2 CD FAZE 5 UK 1992
CA FAZE 5, CA FAZE5 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(Cass, Single) Faze 2, Faze 2 CA FAZE 5, CA FAZE5 UK 1992
HAL 12357, RAD 81 Urban Hype A Trip To Trumpton ‎(12") Pulse 8 USA, Radikal Records, Hot Productions HAL 12357, RAD 81 US 1993

Vit
"A Trip To Trumpton" is a rave song released in the early 1990s by the group Urban Hype,[1] and was produced by DJ Jack Smooth. It featured samples from the 1960s children's television programme Trumpton. It followed a popular trend at the time of releasing tracks based around children's TV samples - other songs that did this included The Prodigy's "Charly", based on the Charley Says series of public information films from the 1970s, and The Smart E's "Sesame's Treet", which sampled the theme music from Sesame Street. This subgenre was dubbed "Toytown Techno".

Kiutondyl
URBAN HYPE - A TRIP TO TRUMPTON / REMIX! JUKE BOX ISSUE ! COMPLETE WITH 3 JUKE STRIPS !FAZE-2 5D

SoSok
The promo version of this release is all about "I Feel The Heat", which is a massive piano inspired tune that Slipmatt and all the rest of the DJ's of this era used to smash. Not sure why it got ditched on the main release for another version of "Trumpton", but this is a sure fire winner !

Keth
"i feel the heat" is the same track the "trumpton remix"...only changed the tittles

Tehn
Correct ian_s I originally conceived the idea. I invited Urban Hype to record it with me. I CO-wrote, produced and mixed this record. This is contrary to what is credited (only an engineer credit). Everyone who was anyone in the genre (Carl Cox, Phantasy, Fabio, Grooverider, etc, etc, etc) knew I was behind it and they were never taken seriously again afterwards. Some people have no shame, self respect or respect for others. I guess that's why their career lasted only 1.5 years - There is a lot to learn from making such an silly error of judgement.

allegro
Awesome tune this / thanks for the memories Ron ????

TheSuspect
Ron Wells AKA Jack Smooth has commented on backtotheoldskool.co.uk about this release. Basically the idea and production of this tune was down to Ron, but Urban Hype and faze decided to release it as an Urban Hype tune, and only give Ron an engineering credit. Ron had a contract in place however, and secured a publishing credit for the tune.

Mr.Champions
This when times was good,,,,,,,,,sit back and think back good hey

Karon
This tune was what the hardcore scene was all about for me in 1992. The pretty fierce breakbeats (and basslines on the remix) are constructed perfectly around uplifting pianos and ruff stabs and riffs. The cheese element comes from the Hugh, Pew Barney McGrew sample although the faltering alarm bell sample retains the urgency of it all. Totally ripped on Mark Ryder's "Got any hardcore?" on Strictly Underground from the same year and wrongly so in my opinion, this one sold so many copies it virtually went commercial.

Bludsong
One of the better "toytown techno" efforts, partly because it uses the samples sparingly: briefly at the beginning, briefly in the middle and briefly at the end - but in between, the track takes off in a completely different direction. Really rather good.

Haralem
Absolutly massive Hardcore tune. I reckon this was the best record ever that used these particular beakbeats (both sides!) "Hugh, Pew, Barny Mc Grew, Cuthbert, Dibble, and Grub..."