DJ Mind-X ‎– Nightingale (The Remixes)

Harem Records ‎– HAR 013R-6
Vinyl, 12"


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
188.182-6 DJ Mind-X The Nightingale(CD, Maxi) Discoboll, Arcade Music Company, CNR Music 188.182-6 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version
BANG0012 DJ Mind-X Nightingale(CD, Maxi) Bang On! BANG0012 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
DOSE 036 R DJ Mind-X Nightingale(12") Overdose DOSE 036 R Germany 1999 Sell This Version
ENE054, 3630543 DJ Mind-X Feat. Janet Taylor DJ Mind-X Feat. Janet Taylor - The Nightingale(CD, Maxi) Energetic Records, Warner Music Switzerland ENE054, 3630543 Switzerland 1998 Sell This Version
INT 8 87996 2, 7243 8 87996 2 1 DJ Mind X* Nightingale(CD, Maxi) Intercord, Intercord INT 8 87996 2, 7243 8 87996 2 1 Germany 1999 Sell This Version


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January 28, 2015
This record is all about the suspicious remix. It's fist pumping good, a true peak time track. I don't find it cheesy at all.


July 11, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
There's something to be said for the suspicious remix of the nightingale, in that, the track itself should be, by all intents and purposes, banished to hell for being way too pretentious and cheesy, yet somehow, I find myself still getting chills up my spine after the native american chants and owl sounds from the 3:45 mark until about 4:30 when the layering by Torsten Stenzel, unique to the suspicious rmx, does hit a strangely yet sublime anthemic peak, building up to the climactic breakdown...that just kicks some heavy ass. Forgive me if no one else got this feeling but damn it sure hits the spot for me ...15+ years later