Eskimos & Egypt ‎– Fall From Grace

Label:
One Little Indian ‎– EEF 96X, One Little Indian ‎– EEF 96T
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", Promo
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Notes

This is a set of 2 records ('EEF 96X' & 'EEF 96T'), which come in a picture sleeve, which has the tracklist presented (on back) in a form of a cross.
Center of the cross reads 'Fall From Grace', and 4 sides of the cross contain mix names.

From back cover:
Includes Moby & Beatmasters mixes
© 1992 One Little Indian Records ℗ 1992 One Little Indian Records

On records:
Promo Only.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Cat# of Record 1 (from runout)): EEF 96X
  • Other (Cat# of Record 2 (from runout)): EEF 96T

Other Versions (5 of 19) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EEF 96 Eskimos & Egypt Fall From Grace(7") One Little Indian EEF 96 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
437.1096.22, EEF 96CD Eskimos & Egypt Fall From Grace(CD, Maxi) Play It Again Sam [PIAS], One Little Indian 437.1096.22, EEF 96CD Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
MRCXCD 2542, MRCXCD2542 Eskimos & Egypt Fall From Grace(CD, Maxi) Mega Records, Mega Records MRCXCD 2542, MRCXCD2542 Scandinavia 1992 Sell This Version
ZYX 6924-12 Eskimos & Egypt Fall From Grace(12") ZYX Music ZYX 6924-12 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
FIN 103 Eskimos & Egypt Fall From Grace(2x12", Ltd) Flying International FIN 103 Italy 1992 Sell This Version

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Cantbereal

Cantbereal

September 28, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

This is a cute double 12" because of the range & depth of these remixes it would be hard not to find a mix that you like.....
Universe

Universe

October 12, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

On the face of it, the Beatmasters remixing an Eskimos & Egypt track sounds like a recipe for disaster! You might expect something between hip-house and trash-metal techno rave. Think again!

The 'Beatmasters Graced-Elic Mix' is a sublime piece of acid trance which given the fact that it came out in 1992, qualifies it for visionary status. The 303s are wonderfully tweaked, the beats are tight, and the spoken vocal ("It's a future style, yet there's no sign of justice") is about as true to modern day life as it gets. Overall the production may sound a little dated (not the 303s though), but of course this can still cut the mustard if used correctly.