Evolution ‎– Metropolis

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Metropolis (Can't Stop The Feeling Mix)
Metropolis (Piano Dub Mix)

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Sy1clk.

Sy1clk.

July 14, 2016
referencing Metropolis, 12", Promo, W/Lbl, PV 002
Love this choon, sums up on one in 91 but 80 sheets more is a bit of a skank.
slicksta

slicksta

June 28, 2016
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
Anyone selling or willing to swap this for a reasonable price hit me up!
slicksta

slicksta

June 28, 2016
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
Anyone selling or willing to swap this for a reasonable price hit me up!
tangee

tangee

July 18, 2015
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
Tune!! reminds me of Top Buzz...they played this loads...
lgxart

lgxart

October 13, 2014
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
I bought this record the moment it hit the shops, I knew it was serious vinyl the moment I heard it in numerous clubs at the time.
To prove how much I really loved this track…..

….It's the MId 90's, picture a student bedroom, the floor strewn with the latest vinyl dance releases. Also picture an electric fan heater, the low floor hugging kind that blow hot air at your feet.

The heater is on and it swings round to face my beloved vinyl collection with a sad inevitability and unknown to me. The rest of the story is not pretty and results in half my stack being melted beyond what would reasonably be accepted.

Anyway, let's get to my original intended point. My copy of the above record did suffer from the just quoted disaster. To the extent that it looked like a large black and frozen fried egg. Right on the top of the pile and first to reap the wrath of my fatal dalliance with 'Heat straight from the storms on the surface of the sun'…….

I still have that copy of this record, I even have not attempted to buy a replacement…yet. That's how much I love this bit of piano emotion.
swiky

swiky

May 16, 2012
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
what a cracker tune this is both mixes are awesome but i do like the piano mix and its even better when its getting slammed down your ears in bowlers etc defo a must in your bag of tricks. i would pay 20 all day long for this tune.
warwick120

warwick120

November 29, 2010
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
hi there. will pay £10 with post.sorry but all the tunes sould b mint.cos mine r from 89.thanks .woz
pembo85

pembo85

March 20, 2010
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002
Sasha- enough said.
o9andrew

o9andrew

February 26, 2010
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Metropolis, 12", Promo, W/Lbl, PV 002

This is one of THE most outstanding dance tracks of the early 90's FULL STOP. It has everything, the ultimate piano, progressive beats, uplifting techno, great vocal sample and produced to perfection.
Hats off - EVOLUTION AND MR COE (SASHA)
jayskinner

jayskinner

September 4, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Metropolis, 12", PV002

A moment of pure clarity from Sasha. Done over a decade ago, it still has the right ingredients to move a crowd. The breakdowns are lengthy, filled with body-chilling pianos. The four-on-the-floor beat chugs along with a nice snapping snare. If you can get your hands on this rare gem, consider yourself fortunate!