Exoterix ‎– Void

Label:
Positiva ‎– 12TIV-1, Positiva ‎– 8805316
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Void (Original)
Engineer – Tim Holmes
5:25
A2 Void (Funkycats Subrosa Bonus)
Engineer – Luke GiffordEngineer [Assistant] – Charles KnightProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Happy LarryRemix [Derived] – Funkycats*
5:46
AA1 Void (Diss-Cuss Remix)
Engineer [Remix] – Phil DaneProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Diss-Cuss
7:05
AA2 Void (Art Of Dance Club Mix)
Engineer [Remix] – Tim HolmesProducer [Additional Production], Remix – DJ RolandRemix [Derived] – Art Of Dance
4:35

Credits

Notes

Produced at Orinoco, London.
A2: Additional production and remix for Funkycat Productions.
Remixed at Strongroom.
A 7PM/Subrosa Production.
AA1: Additional production and remix for Art Of Dance Productions.

Special thanks to Nick Harris and Seven.

Empire Music/7PM/MCA Music.
℗ 1993 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by EMI Records Ltd.
© 1993 EMI Records Ltd.

Incidental information:
In each side's etchings, the bottom half of the last 1 is missing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 2438 80531 6 7
  • Other (Etchings A): 12 TIV DJ 1 A-03-1-1
  • Other (Etchings AA): 12 TIVDJ 1 AA-03-1-1

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12TIVDJ-1 Exoterix Void(12", Promo) Positiva 12TIVDJ-1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
7243 8 80641 2 5 Exoterix Void(CD, Single) Positiva 7243 8 80641 2 5 UK 1993 Sell This Version
12TIVDJ1 Exoterix Void(Acetate, 12", S/Sided + Acetate, 12") The Town House 12TIVDJ1 UK 1993 Sell This Version
CDTIV-1, 7243 8 80531 2 9 Exoterix Void(CD, Single) Positiva, Positiva CDTIV-1, 7243 8 80531 2 9 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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FNP

FNP

April 6, 2013
Have the original Acetate copy sent out to Dave Seaman - with Dave Lamberts details about Positiva Records - Will post up scans later
hyperreal

hyperreal

January 3, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
Don't bother with the original, head straight for the more trancey Diss-Cuss remix, it's miles better yet still retains the house feel of the original. If you must have your house unadulterated, the Art Of Dance mix is also an improvement, the latter being massively plugged on the commercial radio stations in 1993.
steady-j

steady-j

August 6, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
The debut from Positiva, as Nick Halkes left XL to form his own label. And quite an auspicious debut it was from this long-running label with an ear for underground sounds that have that commercial edge.
The title vocal "There's a void where there should be ecstasy" is a sample from Kym Mazelle "Useless", hence the writing credit to Marshall Jefferson that is shown on the label.