Global Method ‎– Vibe Tribe EP

Not On Label ‎– GM1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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Ai Good Life (Orbital Remix)
Remix – Orbital
Aii Good Life (Original)
Bi Mars Needs Women (DJ Seduction Remix)
Remix – DJ Seduction
Bii Mars Needs Women (Original)


Very rare! Less than 1000 copies exist.

Track Ai samples vocal from Inner City - 'Good Life'.

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December 1, 2015
No one is gona buy a Good [G] copy for £150 of any seller. That guy should be charging at lest the lowest £39.99 even then he will be siting on it for a long time. Realy nice record tho, when it's not a trashed copy.


June 7, 2015
edited 8 months ago


May 19, 2014
This record play at 33 rpm or 45 rpm ?¿ My copy play at 33 rpm...


July 24, 2013
I have this on.....wait for it.......tape!
Nice PA after Carl Cox (Eclipse 1) highlander91
I still listen to the original, even with a rather loud MC ManParris shouting over it.
Would love to hear a house version of this with the same melodies and samples.
Good work mate.


March 8, 2012
edited over 3 years ago



September 7, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
I was in this shabby outfit and I can verify that the Orbital remix was one of the highlights of our existence. can also state that I met Paul from Orbital a couple of years ago and even they (Orbital) do not have a copy of this limited edition record.
So to own a record made by Orbital which even they do not have I feel it is worth purchasing.

p.s One of my co-band members is now recording (and successfuly so) under the guise of 'Whitey' and doing very well also.
He also does not possess a copy of this record... however I do, so I suggest you raise tha ante and snap it up!
Ha ha ha!


July 1, 2003
edited over 4 years ago

After many years of searching, I've finally managed to add this 12" beauty to my collection. Initially, I wanted this only because of the Orbital remix of "Good Life", which is not available elsewhere. This is the sound of Orbital circa Brown Album and to me, it's an aural equivalent of dating the most beautiful girl in the world. Quality 90's UK techno with a touch of trance (think Lush, Halcyon), one of the most beautiful tracks created by Orbital.

The original and two versions of Mars Needs Women are a treat as well. Proper old-school hardcore, when hardcore was at its peak.