Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! ‎– Keep Pushin'

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Produced for Elusive Productions and for Peppermint Jam Productions. Under exclusive license from Peppermint Jam / MAW / Strictly Rhythm.

℗ 1995 Music Productions Ltd. Distributed by / Distribué par Warner Music Canada Ltd. A Warner Music Company.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 7384-80056-2 8
  • Barcode: 773848005628
  • Matrix / Runout: #960929A SPGS-56 MFG BY CINRAM
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI6000

Other Versions (5 of 39) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PJMS0017 Boris Dlugosch Keep Pushin'(12") Peppermint Jam PJMS0017 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
FTR 3925-1 Boris Dlugosch Presents Boom!* Boris Dlugosch Presents Boom!* - Keep Pushin'(CD, Single, Car) Feel The Rhythm FTR 3925-1 France 1996 Sell This Version
74321 409572 Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! - Keep Pushin' (The Mixes)(CD, Maxi) Jive 74321 409572 Europe 1996 Sell This Version
7243 8 62258 6 3 Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! - Keep Pushin' (The Mixes)(12") EMI Electrola, Peppermint Jam 7243 8 62258 6 3 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
MAW 012CS Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! Boris Dlugosch Presents Booom! - Keep Pushin'(Cass, Single) MAW Records MAW 012CS US 1996 Sell This Version



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September 17, 2010

The original track by Boris Dlugosch and Mousse T. is actually pretty underwhelming. It's got some nice vocals, but it's sung to a really droning electro-like bassline. It's a very bland track, almost un-listenable. Avoid it.

The Path of Club mix by Boris Dlugosch however takes the best of the vocals, adds a nice beat, and some cool synths, making the track much more listenable, and puts a bit more focus on the "Keep on Movin', Movin'" hook that's undoubtedly the best thing about this track, as the rest of the vocals kind of get in the way of the song.

But my person favorite remix is the DJ Disciples Vox's Mix, which puts an even better beat to the song, with more focus on the hook, and some great keyboard by Mousse T., plus a very distinctive bassline. This is the definitive version of the song in my opinion. But it still lacks a really catchy instrumental, which is what all versions of the song lack really. The vocals are great, but no one seems to truly get a great backing for them, which is a shame.