Enrique Iglesias ‎– Rhythm Divine

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Interscope Records ‎– 497 208-2
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1 Rhythm Divine
Producer – Metro (3)
3:29
2 Rhythm Divine (Morales Radio Mix)
Engineer – Steven BarkanProducer [Remix Producer], Drums – David MoralesProgrammed By [Keyboard] – Joey Mosk*Remix – Morales*
3:13
3 Rhythm Divine (Stereo Dub Mix)
Engineer – Steven BarkanProducer [Remix Producer], Drums – David MoralesProgrammed By [Keyboard] – Joey Mosk*
7:20
4 Rhythm Divine (Lord G's Divine Dub)
Keyboards, Percussion – Ray DiazRemix, Producer [Remix Producer] – Lord G
6:46

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• Info from the insert:
Published by Rive Droite Music (PRS/ASCAP)
Produced for The Groove Brothers / Rive Droite Music Productions.
[Tracks 2, 3] Remix produced for Def Mix Productions.
Engineered for Platinum Audio, NYC
Keyboard Programming for Jemtone Productions
Mixed at MAW Studios, NYC
[Track 4] Remix produced for Def Mix Productions.
Mixed at Northcott Studios, NYC

• Info from the CD and the insert:
℗ 1999 Interscope Records
© 1999 Interscope Records.
A Universal Music Company
Made in the EU

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 606949720827
  • Barcode (Text): 6 06949 72082 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Outer Ring): 06069 497 208-2 01 +
  • Matrix / Runout (Inner Ring): MADE IN GERMANY BY UNIVERSAL M & L A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L002
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0125
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC 06406
  • Price Code: UN 940

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ethan

ethan

April 2, 2013
This was Enrique's second ever English-language single, right after "Bailamos." It wasn't as successful on the pop chart as its predecessor, but it did hit #4 on the dance chart. And considering that David Morales is among the remixers featured, it's easy to hear why. Yeah, Mijangos and Fernando Garibay do their stuff. But seriously... The Stereo Dub ALONE is worth seeking out. With a very hypnotic, filtered, and phased percussion loop that drifts from speaker to speaker, back and forth, and carries itself practically throughout the entire mix... oh, what's not to love about this? This was released back when Morales' Stereo nightclub in Montreal was in its infancy; I can only imagine what this dub sounds like on a booming sound system like that one. Good luck, treasure hunters.