2 Flying Stones ‎– Maybe Tomorrow

Label:
Disco Smash ‎– DS3016 MXT, Disco Smash ‎– DS 3016 MXT
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Maybe Tomorrow (Maxximum Mix) 4:08
A2 Maybe Tomorrow (After Outside Mix)
Remix – DJ George's
6:20
A3 Maybe Tomorrow (Arkanoid Mix) 4:36
B1 Maybe Tomorrow (Rixxter Mix) 5:02
B2 Maybe Tomorrow (Back In The Time Mix) 4:23

Credits

Notes

Produced by Three Little Boys Production
Remixed at Three Little Boys Studios
BPM 128
SACEM

Cat# on back cover : DS 3016 MXT
Cat# on labels : DS3016 MXT

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DS3016 MXT, DS 3016 MXT 2 Flying Stones Maybe Tomorrow(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Disco Smash, Disco Smash DS3016 MXT, DS 3016 MXT France 1995 Sell This Version

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 5 Reviews

Add Review

J-TEC

J-TEC

October 10, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

The 'After Outside Mix' is by far the best version on this 12".
Very progressive, with a fantastic breakdown in the middle. Haunting bassline and build-up, before letting rip for the second half. A definite for all trance fans!
A nice piece of driving trance music, just the way it was back in the old days.
Even now it still makes me crazy if i put it on.
reyez187

reyez187

May 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
The "After Outside Mix" of 2 Flying Stones' "Maybe Tomorrow" was one of those trance cuts that marked the Belgian clubscene in '95. Loads of people had a good time on this moody trancer. Although that it is a great track, it's highly overrated because it's a plain rip off of Jam & Spoon's '94 "Delirium" remix of Moby's "Go". Not much was altered or modified: some strings were added and - since it was 1995 - two obligatory big, big, oh-so-big rolling-snare-drum build ups could not be left out. This is nowhere credited on the sleeve, which is kinda uncool of DJ George's.
DJoA

DJoA

May 3, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This one of the most wanted records ever. All remixes of Maybe Tomorrow are house-styled. Nothing is good..But there is one remix, After Outside Mix, who makes this record so wanted. DJ George's is the king on this record.
I think this is the reason why "Thanks to DJ George's" is written on the cover.
Pure progressive sounds with a little tribal feeling. When you listen to "DJ George's vs. Edium - Nexus (DJ George's After On Sunday Mix)" you'll recognize "Maybe Tomorrow" in it.