Donna Summer / DJ Sneak ‎– I Feel Love / Ezeckiel 25 17

Leg ‎– LEG 1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label, Unofficial Release

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A Donna Summer I Feel Love
Remix – Glenn Underground
B DJ Sneak Ezeckiel 25 17 10:11


GU remix of "I Feel Love" , utilising the bass/synth line from Giorgio Moroder's 'The chase' throughout.

DJ Sneak's track featuring the Samuel L. Jackson Ezekiel speech from Pulp Fiction on the other.

Ezekiel incorrectly spelled as Ezeckiel.

A Side Etching: LEG 1 A I Feel LOVE
B Side Etching: LEG 1 B Ezeckiel 25 17


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July 15, 2010
edited over 5 years ago
First heard Glenn's mashup of 'I feel Love' at a Tony Humphries gig - And had one of those 'What the **** is this?!' moments.....

...The whole track is essentially based on Giorgio Morodor's "The Chase", with Donna Summer's 'I feel Love' chorus vox laid on top.
Both originals are Casablanca Records classics....Both produced by Morodor....Morodor & Cowley given the G.U. blending treatment brought these legendary dancefloor classics into the house arena...I think this might be the reason why Logic records later picked up 'The chase', getting...DJ Sneak to do one of the remixes....(Junior Sanchez's being a killer, but I digress!)
Manifesto did try and hook up a new version of this mix at the time, but Glenn was simply not interested in dealing with them....
Sneaks "Ezekiel" is ok, but not really my cup of splosh...


November 16, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
"Ezekiel" is the best example of Detroit Techno that Chicago ever produced. It goes head to head with Robert Hood and Jeff Mills and unless you were told it was Glenn Underground, it would never even seem to become something made in Chicago. The 'A' Side "I Feel Love" is a very choppy loop from Giorgio Moroder and while it is good it lacks in original ideas. But @ 100 copies, and me owning 2, there are only 98 copies this is a bit rare I guess....?


April 12, 2004
Aparently refused for release as part of an official Donna Summer Re-mix package so they pressed up these whites anyway. Dirty lo-fi percussive reworking - much loved here & one of my fave GU tracks.


November 14, 2002

A is repressed on bootleg PR 31 with also a new version. B is produced by Calos Sosa aka DJ Sneak.