Dubtribe* ‎– Mother Earth

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Organico ‎– ORG 003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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That Side
A1 Mother Earth (Original) 10:23
A2 Mother Earth (Remix) 7:30
This Side
B1 Mother Earth (Sunshine's Remix Featuring DJ Collage)
Featuring – DJ CollageRemix – Sunshine*
7:42
B2 Memory (Edit) 4:52

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout Etchings): ORG 003 A1 Open Up Your Mind Metropolis Mastering M.J.R.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etchings): ORG 003 B1 Open Up Your Heart M.M.M.J.R.

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alexeykh

alexeykh

June 28, 2011
If I'm not mistaken, Moonbeam is the singer; and, it is her vocals that are included on the B-side "Sunshine Remix," including MC work by DJ Collage.
AtomicCow

AtomicCow

March 14, 2004

Though Dubtribe are known for their tribal house productions Mother Earth conveys a feeling rarely found in house tracks. It has that spacy, techno-hippie feel and so I would class it as a trance tune. Especially since it is dominated by a mid-frequency synth line. Though unlike most trance tunes it has a really great tribal beat. And of course who can forget the heartfelt message in the middle of the track. "I want my planet back".

The remix on side B doesn't seem to change much. Sunshine's remix adds some vocals from Sunshine and some Jamaican style deejay chatter. The synth is gone and is replaced by a piano. Nothing on the original. Memory Edit is a slow, dubby track without a beat.