Desert ‎– Moods

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Stress Records ‎– 12 STR 59
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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That
A Moods (Club Mix)
This
B1 Moods (Desert Dub)
B2 Moods (Late Night Dub)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12AD 094 Desert Moods(12") Additive 12AD 094 UK 2003 Sell This Version
12 STR 59 DJ Desert Moods(12", Promo) Stress Records, Vulture Vinyl 12 STR 59 DJ UK 1995 Sell This Version
VV04 Desert Moods(12", W/Lbl, Tes) Vulture Vinyl VV04 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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aquagak

aquagak

November 13, 2016
cooked bonkers .
HDAY

HDAY

June 16, 2016
What a track! Trancey, housey, and a nice progressive undertone!!
D3c3pTioN

D3c3pTioN

February 7, 2016
Anyone know the vocal sample "just get on up" or "get on up"
DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

November 12, 2014
Like Age Of Love's Age Of Love this is one of those truly classy trance-esque records. it is epic and progressive but is deep and uplifting in an emotional way. It sounds sounds classy and cool now and has dated well. I first heard it on Nick Warren's essential mix from 1995 and rushed straight out and pre-ordered a copy.
simonjohnpalmer

simonjohnpalmer

August 20, 2013
A brilliant little known progressive classic.
colintraveller

colintraveller

February 20, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
I've had this track on CD for as long as I can remember and every time I went record buying I always kept a look out for it ..

And i've finally sourced it on Vinyl . And the tunes that Dj's play nowadays will never stand the test of time imo .. compared the Era that many of us experienced
kiddala

kiddala

April 26, 2008

Have to agree with above comment - one of the unsung choons of the 1990s. First heard it played at Angels in Burnley at the start of 95 by the legendary Paul Taylor. I rushed to my local store (3 Beat) to enquire what the tune was and was told by the guy behind the counter (Paul Kane) that it was indeed his new production. I often come back to this tune whenever I'm playing out and it never ceases to fill the floor with the most amazingly uplifting vibes and smiley faces. If you haven't already got this and are into HOUSE just go out and get it - you will not be disappointed.
slo_moshun

slo_moshun

August 24, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
No comments on this yet?! I simply have to say something about this epic record. Voted as one of the best dance records of all time, this has everything. Epic intro into a hardish house start with a great bassline. Vocal snippets keep the track ploughing forwards which then turns into a piano affair. Stunning record and hasn't dated one bit.