FPU ‎– Crockett's Theme (Remixes)

Turbo ‎– TURBO-008, Turbo ‎– Turbo-008
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Crockett's Theme (FPU Original Mix) 3:44
A2 Crockett's Theme (Mateo Murphy Remix)
Remix – Mateo Murphy
B1 Ocean Drive (Tiga's White Linen Vox)
Remix – TigaRemix, Producer [Additional] – Mateo Murphy, TigaWritten-By [Vocals], Vocals [Performed By] – Tiga
B2 Crockett's Theme (Zyntherius Lame Mix)
Remix – ZyntheriusRemix, Producer [Additional] – Jori Zulkkonen*

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Crockett's Theme inspired by the work of Jan Hammer
Produced at the Globe studios Stockholm
using out of order, superscalar Frost Point Unit technology.

B1 Recorded at "La Gare TGV".
B2 Remix & additional production at the Alppihouz mkII Finland

Global Distribution via Prime UK

Turbo Recordings
℗©Turbo Recordings Inc. 2001

Made In England

B1 is incorrectly given as Crockett's Theme (Tiga's White Linen Vox)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 71665 12081 7
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TURBO 008 A¹ EURODISC MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TURBO-008 B¹ WALLY. C.EURODISC MPO

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MARCD-020, MARCD00202 FPU Crockett's Theme / Ocean Drive(CD, Maxi) Turbo, Turbo MARCD-020, MARCD00202 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
VC001 FPU Crockett's Theme(12", Promo) Voidcom VC001 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
VC001, 108 421-2 FPU Crockett's Theme / Ocean Drive(CD, Maxi) Voidcom, Voidcom VC001, 108 421-2 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
TURBO 008 FPU Crockett's Theme Remixes(12", Ltd, RE) Turbo TURBO 008 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
TURBO-008 FPU Crockett's Theme / Ocean Drive(4xFile, MP3, 320) Turbo TURBO-008 Canada Unknown


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June 11, 2013

A1: Slowish Electro treatment inspired by Miami Vice theme. Lovely blissfull stuff. Really excellent production allows it to sound fresh while also authentically the original. An easy crossover makes it quite versatile. [TEN]
A2: Gorgeous techno rework. Nicely adds the edge to make it work "out", while retaining the beauty and subtlety of the "original". One to lose yourself in while also being very accessible. A triumph. [GOLDTEN]
B1: Electro vocal version. Rapid dark elecro loops are made more accessible with a new nicely balanced vocal that works very well. The breakdown which wavers too far from the original vibe becomes rather flat and prosaic but once the essence returns you're back in the zone. A shame as this could have been exceptional. [NINE]
B2: Upbeat funky house version. Excellent less obvious option. Has much more of a smile on it's face as it carves out it's own niche. Vocal cresendo at the end darkens it slightly but gives it that extra pop. [TEN]


November 4, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The original is actually by Jan Hammer as is all of Miami Vice's original score. The original is kind of hard to play in any other set than deep/ambient, but with this one, one can drop one of the remixes, or FPU's original in almost any kind of set. Very good remake but nothing ever beats the original.


October 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Sure, it sounds cheesy, but I love it! :D
It just gives the original from Harold Faltermeyer that extra spunk.
Tiga does a nice remixing-job again and added some vocals.
Not a big lover of vocals, but Tiga just gets away with it time, after time, after time..