Blame ‎– Music Takes You

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Moving Shadow ‎– SHADOW 11
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

This Side
X1 Music Takes Two 5:10
X2 Ecstacy Takes You 3:58
Other Side
Y1 Music Takes You (Original Version) 5:46
Y2 Piano Takes You 3:47

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℗ 1992 Moving Shadow Record Company
© 1992 Moving Shadow Record Company

Big shouts to Martin, Darren, Vicky, Corey, Dee, 2 Bad Mice, Cosmo & Dibs, Shades of Rhythm, & of course SEAL & the rest of the North Pole Posse

Some copies of this release have a misprinted label, stating only two mixes:

Music Takes You (War Mix)
Music Takes You (Peace Mix)

However they still contain the same 4 mixes listed above.

This release has a mistake of its own.
The tracks that are stated on 'This side' are actually on 'That Side' and vice versa.

No durations on this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022208 000113
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side X, etched): SHADOW 11 X-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side Y, etched): SHADOW 11 Y-2 MLG

Other Versions (5 of 22) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MSXEP014 Blame Music Takes You Remix EP(2x12", EP) Moving Shadow MSXEP014 UK 2001 Sell This Version
KMS 041 Blame Music Takes Two(12", Promo) KMS KMS 041 US 1992 Sell This Version
SHADOW 11 Blame Music Takes You (Seal Version)(12", Promo) Moving Shadow SHADOW 11 UK 1991 Sell This Version
SHADOWXV 11R Blame Blame Remix's(12", RE) Moving Shadow SHADOWXV 11R UK 2005 Sell This Version
KMS 041 Blame Music Takes Two(12") KMS KMS 041 US 1992 Sell This Version

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d0dge

d0dge

July 10, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

In 1992, right in the middle of all the commotion of the aftermath that the demise of my "native state" GDR left behind, a DJ set was spun on our then in dire straits youth radio station DT64. I'm fairly sure it was Marusha who had just moved to Berlin and dropped a load of Breakbeat Belters on our ears like The Scientist's Exorcist and Ecstacy Takes You from this EP. On NO occation was there any annoucement what tune was played when, and for 20 years I've been sitting on a lousy tape recording of a fraction of that DJ set, trying to track down these tunes. Never again did I hear it in another set in all those years.
Those tunes -- especially the hilariously mental Ecstacy Takes You -- introduced Hardcore to me and it never let me go
w0nt0n

w0nt0n

January 16, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Actually that "Drop It" sample is on the 2 Bad Mice remix. May have been on the promo, pulled from the official release due to clearance, and re-featured on the remixes later when they did get clearance. Not sure, only Mr Blame or Rob Playford could tell you that.
langster

langster

July 1, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
This version does not contain the seal vocal!!!.The seal vocal was only present on the promo release and as cow said it was pulled for copyright reasons.

But this is still a classic oldskool hardcore anthem.And even without the seal vocal it's still a top tune, with awesome breakbeats and good vocal samples.
AtomicCow

AtomicCow

February 18, 2003
The version with the Seal vocals had to be pulled for copyright violation and now sells for good money.
roberth

roberth

January 15, 2003

full on rave classic, with vocals sounding very reminiscent of Black Box and (i'm sure) a bit of Seal for the intro??? "Kick it" the sample says, and we certainly did, this was early 90s rave at its best. Great jungle beat, with vocals that got your heart pounding and your feet stompin. All the DJs had it in their set, top marks to Top Buzz who used to open their set with a slightly slowed down version which did the trick. A treasured 12" in my collection.
z_chromozone

z_chromozone

August 8, 2002

"The music takes you round and round", I've got a feeling this was sampled from a tune called 'hold on to love', but I cant remember the artist. Anthemic early 90 hardcore, real floor filler at the time. Remixes are much of the same. Still a classic. Z.