Armand Van Helden ‎– Witch Doktor

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Basic Beat Recordings ‎– BASIC 232-5
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2 × Vinyl, 12"
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Original version produced & mixed for Ya Muthas House Productions.

Published by Breakdancing Bob / New York House Music, BMI.
Licensed from Strictly Rhythm Records Inc.
© 1994

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  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 30) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SR12295 Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor(12") Strictly Rhythm SR12295 US 1994 Sell This Version
ZYX 8611-12 Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor(12") ZYX Music ZYX 8611-12 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
DVSR 061 Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor (Eddie Thoneick Remix)(12") D:vision Records DVSR 061 Italy 2009 Sell This Version
FTR 3859-2 Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor(CD, Maxi) Feel The Rhythm FTR 3859-2 France 1995 Sell This Version
PDJ7369D Armand Van Helden Witch Doktor(CD, Maxi) Ultra Violet Recordings PDJ7369D Australia & New Zealand Unknown Sell This Version

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dancemania

dancemania

June 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
One of Armand van Helden’s first productions that became very successful, was the track ‘The Witch Doktor’. This club track was released in 1994 on ‘Strictly Rhythm’ and it reached some nice chart positions everywhere around the world. The Dutch label ‘Basic Beat Recordings’ licensed the track and re-released it with brand new remixes, done by some Dutch producers and remixers. A few of those people, became successful themselves with their own productions several years later. For example Harrly Lemon, who released some tracks under his Lemon 8 alias, Steve Rachmad and Yuri Dokter (Da Juice), Peter Vriends (Chestnut) and also Marcel Hol, who’s also known for his ‘Hole In One’ project. Ferry Corsten also made a remix of ‘The Witch Doktor’ under his ‘Free Inside’ alias. ‘Free Inside’ was one of the projects that Ferry had during the time that he was releasing tracks on the ‘Basic Beat Recordings’ label. It’s one of the first remixes that Ferry ever did in his career and also the first remix that Ferry has done for a famous foreign artist.

The style of all the remixes on the Dutch release (which was available both on CD and 12” vinyl) is house / club, so you don’t find any trance remixes on this release at all.
DJCorne

DJCorne

November 6, 2002
edited over 7 years ago

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