DJ Edge ‎– The Remix

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Not On Label ‎– REMIX 93
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Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, Unofficial Release, 45 RPM
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A The Remix 5:09

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  • Mastered ByJA*

Notes

This is not a release on Edge Records.
It is the famous 500 copy bootleg remix of Compnded by DJ Edge

Sticker on sleeve reads: EDGE #1 Compound - Ltd Edition One Sided Promo

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): REMIX - 93 PR-M JA C

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REMIX 93 DJ Edge The Remix(12", Unofficial) Not On Label REMIX 93 UK 1993 Sell This Version
REMIX 93 DJ Edge The Remix(12", S/Sided, TP, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label REMIX 93 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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rthrale

rthrale

February 6, 2018
I would also mention that rabbit city put out a single sided remix of panic at the same time. Some version of that later had the same panic remix on both sided. If anything I would have thought that rabbit city put out The Remix and Panic Remix. Just my guess though, I got them both when they were first released and they have always been next to each other in my collection like twins :-)
rthrale

rthrale

February 6, 2018
As I remember it the first track came out for DJ Edge and was being played up in late 1992. By the end if 1993 there was the happy hardcore scene with its own clubs and DJs didn't have enough new tracks to play. Panic on rabbit city and the original of this track where being played but soon the sets where too fast to fit this in. This remix was then released about the same time as the Panic remix but both where too slow by the time they got into the shops. They got played when they came out but not after the first couple of weeks. I had the one sided version and never saw the double sided version when it first came out. I always assumed the remix was by DJ Edge. It must have been someone into happy hardcore who knew the original was being played again in clubs. It doesn't sound like Grant Neilson and Vibes to me and I would say it was DJ Edge as my best guess. I doubt it would have been back to basics as they had nothing to do with the happy scene. As for the connection with the same distributor and pressing. Well there was only few distributors and mastering houses that did all dance music in the uk. It's a good track I gust wish they had made it faster, I would have to slow my whole set down to play it with tracks released at the same time.
eazyflow

eazyflow

April 11, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

A thought occurred to me about the two different presses of this, (I’ve had copies of each at some point). The pressings I’m talking about are:

1. Single-sided press
2. Double-sided press - same track on both sides

I’ve seen a couple of different sources (including some of the comments here) claim that this was connected to the Back 2 Basics label (Jason Ball/DJ Nexus etc…). The single-sided press would seem to support this, as it is pressed on a thin vinyl exactly like the early Back 2 Basics releases. The label quality and ridges around the centre hole are also the same. Back to Basics were keen on single-sided releases at this time too, with #2 #3 and #7R all being single-sided.

The double-sided version however is pressed on a thicker vinyl with different quality labels, and came in a sleeve with rounded edges just like other Edge releases at the time. The quality and feel of this vinyl is the same as other Edge releases too.

So here’s my theory: Could it be possible that the single-sided release was pressed up as an unofficial remix by Back 2 Basics with a limited run of 500, and the double-sided release was pressed up by DJ Edge? In a nutshell, he bootlegged an unofficial remix of his own tune in order that he would get something back from it?

It would certainly explain why there seems to be so many copies of this kicking around.

That could be bollocks of course, and maybe it’s just my imagination running wild. But it’s a thought…
Lukeyp

Lukeyp

May 22, 2016
Top 5 track from 93! Everyone loves this remix! :)
hutcho

hutcho

November 5, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

Interesting to take into account all of the (very strong & decent arguments to it's origins by everyone below) & mix the stories all in to one single-sided EP that there must be some truth in there somewhere...I also pressed Dj Edge on it at the time on his visit to Oz to no avail & just a smile "oh THAT track" he laughed, but the main thing it definately caused the rukus & ill-feeling behind the scenes for it to be kept quiet THIS long...either way, TOP REMIX whoever it was by & big respect to them for producing this excellent tune for the masses not their ego!
djrobovw1

djrobovw1

October 5, 2015

while listening to some old tunes I notice that the words I need something stronger could of actually been sampled from this track, EON - Infinity (Space/Time Mix)
chunkstar

chunkstar

May 12, 2015
I was told in a conversation I had with Jason Ball who ran the Back to Basics record label & shop back in the late 90's that he in fact did this remix, I have no reason not to believe him.
jam1

jam1

May 20, 2014
Looking back on it now this really screams of Vibes and Wishdoctor to me? It could be a precursor to the Naughty Naughty series. The evidence is there, same pressing plant, same distributor, and the production is so similar when you really listen to it.
twinkie

twinkie

January 20, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
At the date of this comment 404 discogs members have this.. Maybe time to accept that slightly more than 500/600 were pressed/released?!
jam1

jam1

July 5, 2011
edited over 4 years ago
I just read on some forum that this was Nexus & Blowback? Now if it was remotely Dj SS I would not be surprised as he did sample the original quite a bit in his tunes in 1993, but whether it was or not will still remain a mystery!