Awesome 3 ‎– Don't Go

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City Beat ‎– CBE 1271
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Don't Go (Kicks Like A Mule Mix)
Remix – Kicks Like A MuleRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional Production] – Nick Halkes, Richard Russell
5:30
A2 Don't Go (Second Movement) 4:59
AA1 Don't Go (Original Mix) 5:07
AA2 Headstrong 5:07

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Produced at Spirit Studios, Manchester.
Pressed at Damont Audio Limited, UK.
℗ & © Citybeat Records / Beggars Banquet 1992
Copyright Control
Distributed by Warner Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CBE 1271 A¹
  • Matrix / Runout: CBE 1271 AA¹
  • Other (Additional etchings both sides): DAMONT
  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 427164
  • Barcode (Scan): 5012093427164

Other Versions (5 of 32) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NTT 12-07 The Awesome 3* Don't Go / Headstrong(12") Entity Records NTT 12-07 UK 1992 Sell This Version
CBX 771 CD Awesome 3 Don't Go '94(CD, Single) City Beat CBX 771 CD UK 1994 Sell This Version
none Awesome 3 Don't Go (Kicks Like A Mule Mix)(Acetate, 12", S/Sided) The Exchange, City Beat none UK 1992 Sell This Version
PRO-1-6491 Awesome 3 Don't Go / Headstrong(12", Promo) WHTE LBLS PRO-1-6491 US 1993 Sell This Version
XLS 78 CD Awesome 3 Featuring Julie McDermott Awesome 3 Featuring Julie McDermott - Don't Go(CD, Single) XL Recordings XLS 78 CD UK 1996 Sell This Version

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budnik

budnik

August 17, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
Well well well, now the only problem with this tune is deciding which mix to play as all three mixes are very playable. I still think the original is best however.

The piano line is instantly recognisable - why arent pianos used in dance tunes anymore!?!, the break is stolen from the Stone Roses "Fools Gold" which may have been sampled from something else - its a familiar break - these old breaks work so well in a house template. The bass and breaks really drive the track along. The vocals are actually quite good although lyrically it is simple. Another timeless classic from probably the most pivotal era of dance music and when breaks really did sound phat and roll, unlike todays disjointed breaks tunes.

The Kicks Like A Mule Remix is the one that got all the attention back in the day. Great to mix into with the cuts, scratches and shouts of "DONT"..."GO". The K.L.A.M mix has some heavy hitting sub kicks too that do sound great on a club system. Again, their mix also uses a very nice break. Other than that they havent messed with the track too much, apart from swapping the break.