Last Rhythm ‎– Last Rhythm

American Records ‎– AMR 0038
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Black Label


A Last Rhythm (Club Mix) 6:02
B1 Last Rhythm (Dub Mix) 5:00
B2 Last Rhythm (Ambient Version) 5:02

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Duration of B2 appears incorrectly on the label as 2:01.

Special Thanks to: Bibo's Disco Club - Maurizio Verbeni - Marco Trani - Stefano Termanini - Ralf - Vice - Alberto Onofri - Giampiero Finauro - Paolo Patalocco

Ed. Bob One

Distributed By American Records


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Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AMR 0038 Last Rhythm Last Rhythm(12", Red) American Records AMR 0038 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
SOUNDZ029 Last Rhythm Last Rhythm(7xFile, WAV) SOUNDZ (2) SOUNDZ029 UK 2009
OUT 3658 Last Rhythm Last Rhythm - The Remixes(2x12") Out OUT 3658 Italy 1993 Sell This Version
12 STR 76 Last Rhythm Last Rhythm(12") Stress Records 12 STR 76 UK 1996 Sell This Version
RENX035 Last Rhythm Last Rhythm(12") Renaissance RENX035 UK 2006 Sell This Version

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June 15, 2015
Simply one of the best !! Timeless :)


June 4, 2011
WOW,, this tune takes me back,, supose we all say the same thing,, well those who remember all the underground scene from back in the day,,, all the original ravers,,, im sure the originals apreciate being around and of that age to ov been a part of it all, i sertainly do,, it still sounds as fresh as the day, and still gives that feeling of passion in ya body like it did back then.,, i mite sound like gobledy gook,, but those who feel the same,, will know what i mean. absolute classic.. hands in the air,, bliss... and will always be a unforgetable song...


December 25, 2008

Superb original version (ignore the vocal remixes) of this classic italian house track that borrows a few subtle elements from Joe Smooth's 'Promised Land'. Beautifully produced, this balearic masterpiece still sounds invigorating today - a staggering 17 years later! Although I was too young to remember this being played out in the clubs at the time, I am fortunate to have a few live recordings that encompass the impact of this great tune from the likes of Shelly's in Stoke & Quadrent Park in Liverpool.


December 23, 2004
edited over 11 years ago

What can i say? Seminal track in the history of house music, a bonified end of the night floor-filler. Also good for breaking down a set when you need a cup of tea (or something stronger!). Re-released, remixed & bootlegged into house fokelore. Nice one.