DJ Q ‎– We Are One EP

Filter ‎– FILT 023
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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A We Are One
B1 We Are One (Carl Craig Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Carl Craig
B2 Delirious (Freaks Filter Filter Dub)
Remix – FreaksRemix [Re-freaked By] – J. Harris*, L. Solomon*



All tracks written and produced for East End Productions.
This side track 1 (A) and That side track 1 (B1) Published by Dorado Music Publishing.
That side track 2 (B2) Copyright Control.
That side track 1 (B1) Remix and additional production for Planet E Productions.
Filter Comm. 1997
Mastered at Masterpiece Studio (London, UK).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 023639 902366 >
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout This Side): FILT 023 A-1-1- MILES MASTERPIECE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout That Side): FILT 023 B-1-1-

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October 29, 2017
Does anyone have this as a white label? My copy is white in printed cover


January 5, 2017

get this one for the carl craig remix of "we are one". starts with spacey, dreamy synth sounds, but not long, then sample action! heard this at several partys at the dancefloor and i, as a passionated dancer, can 100% confirm that this tune is fire when its time to get down. what it makes so special for me is the huge difference between the intro and the main sample part. again, a carl craig remix with timeless power. check out the version with the good sound on youtube. here on discogs its the wrong one with the bad recording.


November 21, 2012
Samples Instant Funk - 'Wide World of Sports'.


August 24, 2009
edited over 8 years ago

Well after this tune being around a fair few years and being in many a record box hard to beleive still no decent reviews on this classic house track from days gone by.
This has to be one of my all time favourite tracks and will never die in my mind.
If anything this is the way Deep House should be made not like so many of the plod along nod your head deep house thats being bucketed out theese days.
As the scottish male vocal says `till the walls come crashing down we will maintain` and thoose who understand the `underground movement` which is now becoming the mainstream you will perfectly understand this record and how good it really is.
Unlike so many of the disco sampling house tracks from this era this one never tires your ears nor becomes repetative as if someone just laid the sample down with a 4/4 beat.
The filters are in all the right places and the depth of the synth work is fantastic as it pulls you into the breakdown and back out again,with the simplest yet most effective vocal sample making you think even more deeply.
If you don`t` own this record you should especially all the deep house listeners/dj`s of now.
Lets see more producers of late make instant classics like this.