Side A. Roland's Revenge
Starting off with a congo break that features throughout the intro, the tune wastes no time in getting it's groove on, in fact if the "right now" vocal samples don't emphasise that fact then nothing will. GA then drop a funky horn arrangement with big drops and a big disco break, which all leads into a massive build up. Once the juice of the tune kicks in, a beefy liquid bassline takes control. In true funk form, the breakdown features a percussion solo with funky vocal samples placed on top. If Malente made breakbeat tunes at 132 bpms this is how they would sound.
Side B. A Good Day For Shirkin
The flipside slows things down a bit and brings a stomping four to the floor beat, a big cowbell and a cut & paste vocal arrangement. Groove Allegiance take Splank's sound to a new direction incorporating elements of hip hop, funk and rock into the tune while dropping classic electro stabs and chopping up the vocal samples throughout the tune. Definitely a big cross over tune.