Cetu Javu ‎– Situations

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 5864 Cetu Javu Situations(12", Maxi) Techno Drome International, ZYX Records chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 5864 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
chapter 1 program 8, ZYX-5864 Cetu Javu Situations(12", Single) Techno Drome International, ZYX Records chapter 1 program 8, ZYX-5864 US 1988 Sell This Version
ZEP-8911 Cetu Javu Situations(12", Single, Ltd) ZYX Records, Mobile Disco Records ZEP-8911 Philippines 1988 Sell This Version
ZYX-5864 Cetu Javu Situations(12", Single, RE, Gen) ZYX Records ZYX-5864 US 1988 Sell This Version
1387, ZYX 1387, chapter 1 program 8 Cetu Javu Situations(7", Single) ZYX Records, ZYX Records, Techno Drome International 1387, ZYX 1387, chapter 1 program 8 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 8-5864 Cetu Javu Situations(CD, Mini, Maxi) Techno Drome International, ZYX Records chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 8-5864 Germany 1988 Sell This Version
CRM 002 Cetu Javu Situations(12") Criminal CRM 002 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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djsid86

djsid86

May 11, 2017
referencing Situations, 12", Single, chapter 1 program 8, ZYX-5864

An all time classic of synth-pop. The band that broke the DM-New Order-PSB monopoly of synth pop at the time.

The timing is wrong for the A side it should be 5:34 not 6:20 just like in the CD single (Cetu Javu - Situations).
johnf70

johnf70

June 26, 2015
referencing Situations, 12", Maxi, chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 5864
Interesting... the label reads that the track is 6m20s but I just made 2 attempts at making a digital copy of this record (twice to make sure the duration was right) and after both tries the song is clocking at almost 5m35s
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 24, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Situations, 12", Maxi, chapter 1 program 8, ZYX 5864
'Situation', one of the finest synthpop of the end of the eighties, was Cetu Javu's second hit (after 'Have in Mind'), with elaborate melodies, fine lyrics and elegant atmosphere, played everywhere. Hosted by the avant-garde crew of Techno Drome International, it made part of the timeless compilation 'Welcome to the Technodrome', remixed by Razormaid (one of the best remixers for the EBM & synthpop genre at that time), and was also included on the compilation's megamix. The lyrics, more particularly in this passage "We get together nothing matters situations like this I never like to miss...", treat about the spirit of having fun, specially on the new situations.