De' Lacy* ‎– Hideaway

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Easy Street Records ‎– EZS-7601
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Hideaway (Klub Head's Hideout)
Remix – Klub Head*
5:45
A2 Hideaway (Klubhouse)
Remix – Klub Head*
5:15
B1 Hideaway (Klub Head's Dub-A-Way)
Remix – Klub Head*
4:24
B2 Hideaway (Klub Dub It)
Remix – Klub Head*
3:17
B3 Hideaway (Radio Edit) 3:38

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Other Versions (5 of 59) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
VBZZ 141 3 Delacy* Hideaway 2006(CD, Single) Vocal Bizz Recordings VBZZ 141 3 Netherlands 2006 Sell This Version
579 914-2 De'Lacy Hideaway(CD, Single) Polydor 579 914-2 Netherlands 1995 Sell This Version
SLIPCDS 207 De'Lacy Hideaway(CD, Maxi) Slip 'n' Slide SLIPCDS 207 UK 2005 Sell This Version
none De'Lacy Hideaway(3xFile, WAV, RM) Not On Label (Hani Self-released) none US Unknown
S12DJ-015 De'Lacy Hideaway(12") Simply Vinyl (S12) S12DJ-015 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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truthseeker4110

truthseeker4110

March 29, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
What can I say about the Deep Dish Mixes of this track by De’Lacy that haven’t been said? They are amazing. They really were the mixes that brought them into the limelight. Hard heavy beats, distorted of course, uncommon hi-hat, nice organ work and great vocals by Rainie Lassiter. The best is the Deep Dish Remix, followed by Dubfire Needs To Score (also called Ali Needs To Score on some obscure releases). Sharam Journey To Mars is great if you want to extend either one of the other mixes in your set and is more radical at the start but turns into basically an instrumental track. If you don’t have these mixes, and you are a collector of the duo’s work, you are missing out.
creativeusername

creativeusername

October 29, 2017
For anyone wondering about Sharam's Journey To Mars on the digital Velcro House release, it is mono on there like the ZYX CD.
tharobster

tharobster

September 27, 2016
edited over 3 years ago
nothing will ever beat the deep dish mix ... with THAT bass , THAT hi hat , and THAT vocal ! one of the biggest house tracks fo the 90's without a doubt . amazing still , if you havent heard it for a while or dont know it , take a listen . deep dish where top of the game when this came out , it seemd like every other week there was something amazing coming out of their studio or their label