Asle* Presents Frost (9) ‎– Wait For Me

Oven Ready ‎– OVP014
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Wait For Me (Max Graham's Sidechain Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Max Graham
B Wait For Me (6AM Club Mix)
Engineer, Mixed By – Jimmy GomezRemix – 6AM (2)

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A: Remix and additional production for 24Management.

Publishing: Copyright Control.
Recorded @ The Camp Studio.
Vocals recorded @ Penthouse Studio.
(p) & (c) 2005 Oven Ready Productions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: (Runout etched, side A): OVP-14-A1
  • Matrix / Runout: (Runout etched, side B): OVP-14-B1

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
USM023 Asle* Presents Frost (9) Asle* Presents Frost (9) - Wait For Me (Remixes)(12") T.U.S.O.M. Recordings USM023 Spain 2005 Sell This Version
KSR 2005-1 Asle* presents Frost (9) Asle* presents Frost (9) - Wait For Me(12") Klubbstyle Records KSR 2005-1 Germany 2005 Sell This Version


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April 10, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

For me, its all about the 6am mix on the B-side. I absolutely love this tune! As far as genres go, this sits somewhere between funky vocal house and progressive house, but without subscribing fully to either.

A truly great vocal is somewhat of a rarity in todays 'churn-em-out-en-mass-for-greater-profits' musical climate, but this is an exception to that rule and vocalist Anne K does a superb job making this song the great tune that it is. A really tasty bassline skips happily along, whilst underlying filtered sweeping melodies of an almost trancey ilk signify the mini breakdowns along the way and I can't help but think of Fleetwood Mac when I hear them... When the proper riff appears halfway through it comes in the form of a lovely xylophone-esqe tinkly melody and all is well with the world.

All in all a really superb record which is easily at home on funky house or progressive house dancefloors...and the ladies love it!


June 16, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

This ia great, somewhat sleeper wax right here. Great, well, supurb production by Max Graham on his highly addictive A side remix. The riffs (probably processed through a sidechain compressor, hence the remix name) and guitar acoustics really provide a mellow and progressive take on the track, yet give it a real punch which many tracks with similar nature, lack.

While the Mix Graham A side is highly progressive in nature, the B side 6AM remix provides us with a higher-energy rework. Personally, not my favorite side to spin. But overall, a very nice gem!