Charly Lownoise Mental Theo* ‎– Wonderfull Days

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Master Maximum Records ‎– MM 1012
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

Logo Side
A1 Wonderfull Days (Rotterdam Mix)
Info Side
B1 Wonderfull Days (Trance Mix)
B2 Wonderfull Days (Radio Mix)

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Credits

  • Mastered ByHCB*

Notes

Sleeve Back:
MASTER MAXIMUM RECORDS
DJ CHARLY LOWNOISE & DJ MENTAL THEO
Licensing & Bookings
Fax : 31.70.3584706 / 31.73.444109
Call : 31.703559269 / 31.653182810 / 31.653182803

MID-TOWN
DISTRIBUTION
Wolphaertsbocht 392/396.3081 KX Rotterdam.
Tel: +31 (0)10-4861800-Fax: +31 (0)10-4861440

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This record is pressed on normal black, transparent red and on transparent blue vinyl.
There are no credits listed on this release.

Sample [Uncredited]:
· Tony Ronald - Help (Get Me Some Help) (Vocal).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A (Runout)): MM 1012-A HCB 874192
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B (Runout)): MM 1012-B HCB 874192

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January 24, 2011
This was clearly inspired by a new German sound that was introduced in the Summer of 1994. It had the tempo of hardcore gabber (say 160-170 BPM), but also more melody and a more positive feel than previously available hardcore. Artists like Westbam, Marusha, Perplexer, Mark'Oh, Scooter and U96 added various new elements like bagpipes, musical samples and smurf-style vocals (the latter by sampling 33rpm LPs at a speed of 45rpm).

"Wonderfull Days" was created around the same principle. In this case, a sped up sample of a forgotten Dutch top 10 hit, "Help (Get Me Some Help)" by Tony Ronald, was used. However, as the record hit the big time and the source of the sample was discovered, they had to replace the sample by resung vocals. It charted in the first week of 1995, remained in the charts for 13 weeks and reached #2 in the Dutch Top 40, only held off from the top spot by a smurf cover of 2 Unlimited's "No limit".