B.B.E* ‎– Seven Days And One Week / Hypnose

Triangle ‎– TRI-V-96 001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A Seven Days And One Week 8:25
B Hypnose 15:10

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Published by Emmanuel Top Editions

A: 138 BPM
B: 132 BPM

Copies of this release exist with the same centre labels and sleeve, but with the cat# of the Positiva release etched in the run-out groove.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TRI-V-96001-A1 FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TRI-V-96001-B1
  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (5 of 41) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none B.B.E. Seven Days And One Week (Kai Tracid's Remix)(CD, Maxi, Promo) Urban none Germany 1999 Sell This Version
ARDI1111 B.B.E. 7 Days And One Week(5xFile, MP3, 320) Armada Digital ARDI1111 Netherlands 2009
575 631-2 B.B.E. Seven Days And One Week (Remixes)(CD, Maxi) Urban 575 631-2 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
12TIV-67 B.B.E. Seven Days & One Week(12") Positiva 12TIV-67 UK 1996 Sell This Version
URBDJ 2037 Kai Tracid's* Hands On B.B.E. Kai Tracid's* Hands On B.B.E. - Seven Days And One Week(12", Promo) Urban URBDJ 2037 Germany 1999 Sell This Version


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January 18, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
I love what Kai Tracid did to this track - which is, just enough. Gave it his touch without messing too much with the original's feel: Updated beat with more oomph, plus a touch of acid tweaking, while keeping the distinctive hook (at eighth notes instead of sixteenth notes for the heck of it :) and breakdown.


January 10, 2016
BBE is the commercial act by Emmanuel Top, "seven days and one week" is okay, but too commercial in my opinion. "Hypnose" is is the correct one - deep trance and ya, a hypnotical beat. ;)


September 2, 2014
the heads dig hypnose. heads down. vortex.


June 3, 2014
If you want dark side of Seven Days And One Week, just check earlier superb work from "Emmanuel Top ‎– Fusion" you'll be delighted.


January 28, 2014
Seven Days and One Week is one of the BEST progressive tracks EVER!!! Future Breeze's remix is amazing and Matt Cassar's follows closely


August 27, 2012
For me this is one of the tracks which defines a point where techno/trance left the pure experimental early stages and matures into a more solid structure. Those times will never exist again and tunes like this will never be written in the same way. Outstandingly beautiful and memorable track!


July 28, 2012

5/5 for only one reason...the original. I am mostly a techno and tech-house dj...this fits in any set and always does damage...I can't even begin to use words for a description. Either you get it, or you don't. (my only complaint in 2012 is that it is a bit too fast...but, whatever!)


March 18, 2010

i don't care about the countless remixes, the Original Club Mix from '96 is untouchable... so simple and so effective... all time trance classic...


July 20, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
I'm not really into trance but this 12" is remarkable. The a side "Seven Days And One Week" is pure genius, with its spaced out melody & flooty feel to it. I used to listen to it after a rave to chill out to while having a smoke. The beats are smooth & chilled, why can't all trance be like this hay :o)


September 19, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

'Seven Days And One Week' was released about the same time that 'Children' by Robert Miles gained success on Deconstruction. Together these two tracks heralded the arrival of trance into the mainstream. Out of the two, this track with it's plucked chords has in the long term proved to be the more influential of the pair.

The fact that both tracks are such fantastic records should come as no surprise when you consider the personnel involved. Bruno Sanchioni was partly responsible for the classic 'The Age Of Love' by Age Of Love, and Emmanuel Top is hugely respected amongst his peers.

Years on, it is amazing to think that such a trancey and seemingly sparse piece of music as 'Seven Days And One Week' could be such a huge hit.