With the Masters At Work name under contract elsewhere, Kenny and Louie had little choice but to work under other names. Hardrive became the most popular, largely thanks to the iconic ‘Deep Inside’, a vocal hook and bass line stomper that helped launch the record its vocal had come from, Barbara Tucker’s ‘Beautiful People’. The rest of the EP, which features Kenny’s disco loop groove ‘Jus’ Believe’ and a joint effort with Chicago’s Maurice Joshua, ain’t too shabby either.
|01||Deep Inside||Hardrive||Deep Inside|
|02||No Cure||Hardrive||No Cure|
|03||Just Believe||Hardrive||Just Believe|
|04||Maurice's Vibe||Hardrive||Maurice's Vibe|
|05||Deep Inside (The Dub)||Hardrive||Deep Inside (The Dub)|
For such a key record, ‘Deep Inside’ has surprisingly few remixes, in fact they boil down to just this one 12” of new rubs by Kenny Dope done a year or two after the original. Kenny does his organic thing with the beats, but check especially ‘Is It What We Need’ where he changes the bassline and goes all jazzy on yo’ ass.
|01||Deep Inside (Deep Inside Remix)||Hardrive||Deep Inside (Deep Inside Remix)|
|02||Deep Inside (Deep Inside Instrumental)||Hardrive||Deep Inside (Deep Inside Instrumental)|
|03||Is It What We Need||Hardrive||Is It What We Need|