Cameo ‎– Money

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Money (Reese Revamp Mix) 5:32
Money (Reese Hardcore Instrumental) 5:20
Money (Hardsell Mix) 4:54
Front Street (Album Version) 5:19

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0-40392 Cameo Money(12", Maxi) Reprise Records 0-40392 US 1992 Sell This Version
SAM 1005 Cameo Money(12", Promo) Reprise Records SAM 1005 UK 1992 Sell This Version
1.02 MONEY Cameo Money(12", S/Sided, TP) Hot Tracks 1.02 MONEY US 1992 Sell This Version
9 40392-2 Cameo Money(CD, Maxi) Reprise Records 9 40392-2 US 1992 Sell This Version

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Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

February 16, 2017
referencing Money, 12", Maxi, 0-40392

Old School rave mixes on this 12" from Kevin Saunderson and Joe Beltram.
The Reese remixes are the better known with the rave synth rifts, break-beats and use of vocals, but the Joe Beltram mix is worth checking too.
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

March 25, 2013
referencing Money, 12", Maxi, 0-40392

The Joey Beltram mix is a sick amen rinse out with Altern-8 style riffs, its completely NUTS! The Kevin Saunderson mix is not as wild but it does have the full vocal from the original tune which is the selling point of that one to me.
cyberhippie

cyberhippie

October 12, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Money, 12", Promo, SAM 1005

And still after 13 years since this has been released the Reese Hardcore Instrumental knocks me outa my boots. It's just incredible!! The rawness and mayhem KMS gives you on this track is totally rocking!! This is a timeless classic. Big UP for mister Saunderson!
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

February 26, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Money, 12", Maxi, 0-40392
It’s amazing how can a old school funk tune gain a revival through two amazing hardcore techno versions on a same single made by different artists – and none of them English. Well, that’s surely the case on this one: the Reese Hardcore Instrumental mix made by Kevin Saunderson was the most famous one, and it became a massive dance tune of the Rave era, but the one of Joey Beltram (Hardsell Mix) showed a very nice reconstruction work also. A propos, there is a very interesting story concerning this twelve inch that I discovered more recently. My friend owns the copy that belonged to DJ Marky on the old days. On the label of the Hardsell Mix side it is hand-written: “Real Hardcore by Joey Beltram”!
easyrider

easyrider

March 3, 2004
referencing Money, 12", Maxi, 0-40392

Classic mayhem release, absolutely brilliant remixes by Kevin Saunderson. The Reese Hardcore Instrumental Version has been bootlegged forever. I also like to mention the Hardsell mix by Joey Beltram on the B-side cause it's very well done too and less people know this remix.