Deep Dish With Everything But The Girl ‎– The Future Of The Future (Stay Gold)

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Deconstruction ‎– 74321 616251
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A1 The Future Of The Future (Stay Gold) (Album Version) 9:28
B1 The Future Of The Future (Stay Gold) (David Morales Classic Club Mix)
Drums, Percussion – David MoralesEngineer – Steven BarkanKeyboards – Joey Mosk*, Satoshi TomiieRemix [Producer], Mixed By [Remix] – David Morales
7:47

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- taken from the album junk science

- everything but the girl appear courtesy of virgin records.
- b1 remix produced and mixed for def mix productions.
Engineered for platinum audio, nyc.
Keyboards by Satoshi Tomiie for def mix productions.
Mixed at maw studios, nyc.
- published by emi music publishing ltd.
- a deconstruction item, bedford house,
69-79 fulham high street, london SW6
3JW, marketed by deconstruction and
distributed by the local bmg company.
A unit of bmg entertainment. ℗ 1998
deconstruction ltd. The copyright in this
sound recording is owned by
deconstruction ltd. © 1998 deconstruction
ltd. All sleeve notes and label copy © 1998
deconstruction ltd, all trademarks and
logos are protected. Manufactured in the
e.u. e mail: info@deconstruction.co.uk
website:
www.deconstruction.co.uk/deepdish
deep dish: www.deepdish.com

- F:BM 330 LC 8280 74321 616251

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 43216 16251 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout hand etched): 74321 61625.1. A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout hand etched): 74321 61625.1. B1
  • Label Code: LC 8280
  • Other (Distribution Code F): BM 330

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budnik

budnik

June 8, 2008
An absolutely stunning tune right here. At the time of this release Deep Dish were in big demand for their remixes. But this track showed they can perform just as well on their own material.

The track has similar percussion to their "Hideaway" remix. The track has some nice low sub bass that really rattles on some nice speakers. Theres also a nice piano line that has some clever filtering applied to it. The vocals from Tracie Thorn is a genius touch too. Tracie Thorns vocals give the track a nice ethereal feel. Deep Dish will kills me for saying this, but this track has a proper "trance" feel about it.

This really is a good tune, personally i feel this is Deep Dish best production.