C-Bool ‎– Would You Feel

Flash Music ‎– FLR 002
Vinyl, 12"

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A Would You Feel (Ziggy X Remix)
Producer [Additional] – Patrick Wiechmann, Thomas FenskeRemix – Ziggy X
B1 Would You Feel (Original Mix)
Producer – Grzegorz CebulaRecorded By, Mixed By – DJ Manian
B2 Would You Feel (Flashrider Dub Mix)
Remix – FlashriderRemix [Credited To], Producer [Additional] – Sebastian Kaizik


Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FLASH 1503 C-Bool Would You Feel(6xFile, WAV, Single) DJ Beat Records Scandinavia FLASH 1503 Scandinavia 2015
none C-Bool Would You Feel(6xFile, m4a) Flash Music none Poland 2004
AT65022 C-Bool Would You Feel(CD, Maxi) Atticus AT65022 Austria 2005 Sell This Version
YLDC 55 C-Bool Would You Feel(2xFile, WAV) You Love Dance Classics YLDC 55 Germany 2015
DO IT 04-05 C-Bool Would You Feel(12") Do It Yourself Entertainment DO IT 04-05 Italy 2005 Sell This Version



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October 2, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The Original Mix is more like a tech-house track, with some sounds, like Atari or c64 games had it, and the distinctively stuttering pitched vocals. The melody starts with increasing loudness, and the bass gets in. There is no real change in this track, but in it’s simplicity it’s simply great.

B2 the flashrider remix is a little bit disappointing, because it sounds mostly like the original mix, just al little bit harder.

A real highlight is the Ziggy X remix. The Track is starting with a kickin’ break beat, which is converted to a hard kicking bass with introducing vocals. The break begins with a needle scratch, pitched vocals in stuttering form and then the typical X-Sound is starting. This is the part where everybody recognises: “This is a Ziggy X Remix.” At the latest when the second voice of strings is beginning your totally loosing it. This is the real floorburner. A must have vinyl, which should be placed in every “best-ever charts”. The Vocals are one of the most sampled part in trance music; many deejays using them to heat-up the mood.

This is the most successful and most played flash music, and it won’t be easy to top it.