Bossanova ‎– Stonecold

Label:
Purple Eye Entertainment ‎– PEE 1606, Purple Eye Entertainment ‎– PEE1606
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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A Stonecold (Original Mix) 8:17
B1 Stonecold (Yves Galliard Mix)
Remix – Yves Galliard*
6:06
B2 Stonecold (Bossanova Groove Mix) 7:42

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Published by Purple Eye Publishing (Strengholt Music Group)
(P) 2003 Purple Eye Entertainment BV
(C) 2004 Purple Eye Entertainment BV
Made in Holland

A-side plays at 45 RPM, B-side at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713843 016061
  • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side A): 08 52734 20 2A1 PEE 1606
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out side B): 08 52734 20 2B1 PEE 1606

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
In-Telligance 008 Bossanova Stonecold(5xFile, MP3, 320) In-Telligance In-Telligance 008 Germany 2008
IN-TELLIGANCE 008, in-telligance 008 Bossanova Stonecold(CD, Maxi) In-Telligance, In-Telligance IN-TELLIGANCE 008, in-telligance 008 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
IN-TELLIGANCE 008, 008 Bossanova Stonecold(12") In-Telligance, In-Telligance IN-TELLIGANCE 008, 008 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
PEE-PEE 1606 Bossanova Stone Cold (10xFile, WAV) Purple Eye Entertainment PEE-PEE 1606 Netherlands 2004
Tat1705 Bossanova Stonecold (The Remixes)(12", Promo) Tatsumaki Tat1705 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version

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SLAWEK.PL

SLAWEK.PL

October 28, 2014
For me original mix its something amazing! Energetic tech trance straight from belgium with one of the best male vocal i've ever heard. really great product, must have for all trance maniacs and fans of vocals different than tiff lacey or jan johnston. 5/5
Jarren

Jarren

January 23, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

An absolutely outstanding track of the mid-2000's era tech-trance scene.

Starting off with solid & chunky beats reminiscent of Ron van den Beuken, you are soon hit with vocal snippets that introduce a slowly building anticipation that is gradually soothed with lush synth pads that lead into the main, beautiful, breakdown.

Organ keys gently strike over the aforementioned pads, and the vocal is introduced fully. As this is a male vocal, it is at first a little surprising. Trance has been so indebted to sweet female vocals over the years that a masculine voice can be jarring, but in this case it is treated with such emotion that you accept the change fully.

An emotion certainly builds, and then the vocals seemingly fade away leaving nothing. What is this? Well, it's absolute euphoria, that's what. The vocals return with the synth pads swelled up to full capacity. Yes, on text this sounds cheesy but it really is powerful.

Then it really DOES all drop. No more vocal. No more pads. Only an arpeggiated riff remains, and it's soon joined by some tame percussion. Then...

BAM!

Full-on tech-trance beats drive you insane with irresistible rhythm, and the vocals ease in again gradually (though they only serve as garnish to the rhythm that by this time has taken you over).

A fantastic example of tech-trance produced well, the original mix is the only version you need to hear.