Cortina ‎– Music Is Moving

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Nukleuz ‎– NUKP 0159
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Music Is Moving (BK & dBm Amber Edit)
B Music Is Moving (BK & dBm Slingshot Dub)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NUKFB 0159 Cortina Music Is Moving (Remixes - Part 2)(12") Nukleuz NUKFB 0159 UK 2000 Sell This Version
NUKFA 0159 Cortina Music Is Moving (Remixes - Part 1)(12") Nukleuz NUKFA 0159 UK 2000 Sell This Version
NUK PC 0159, NUKF 0159 Cortina Music Is Moving(12", Promo) Nukleuz, Nukleuz NUK PC 0159, NUKF 0159 UK 2000 Sell This Version
0686PNUK Nukleuz Kollective presents Cortina Nukleuz Kollective presents Cortina - Music Is Moving(12") Nukleuz 0686PNUK UK 2005 Sell This Version
1388 WNUK Cortina Music Is Moving 2011(13xFile, MP3, 320) Nukleuz 1388 WNUK UK 2011

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southcoastvinyls

southcoastvinyls

November 2, 2011
Not generally a massive hardhouse fan but this is a seriously cool track- I remember this dropping at a freeparty last summer just as the sun was coming up and the party went absolutely crazy at the drop- almost felt like we had gone back in time to the early 90's, highly recommended for those who love the old skool sound a little bit harder..
hyperreal

hyperreal

August 12, 2010
Don't get me wrong, I think this is a great dance floor classic. Just worth noting that this is basically a re-release of Fargetta's music is movin' which tore up the club dancefloors 8 years previously. It also got the remix treatment at the time from the likes of Red Jerry, Tony De Vit, etc with the Bam Bam Tribal mix being the DJ's choice. There's nothing here that wasn't in the original, and it's sad that the only recognition is a writer's acknowledgement in the small print on the back.

May 8, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
If human beings were radio-controlled, this record would be the remote control. Seriously, if I were God and I felt like fucking around with my radio-controlled subjects, I would spin this track and my subjects would have no choice but to dance, regardless of the fact that I gave dem suckers free will. While the Fargetta original from 1992 will always hold a special place in my heart, it's this Cortina (re)interpretation that can fimrly hold its place in my crate. There is no way that you can be a floorilling DJ and not play this track at least once a night. If you're experiencing a tough crowd, this is basically the emergency button. It thumps and thumps and thumps... then it thumps some more. It's one of those tracks that you may hear while you're in the john, and you know it's one of "those" tracks so you quickly run out to the floor and wait for that vicious bass line to drop in. Yes, it's one of those tracks... seriously.