Guru Josh ‎– Infinity (1990's...Time For The Guru)

RCA ‎– 2570-2-RDJ
CD, Maxi-Single, Promo


1 Infinity (1990's Time For The Guru 7" Mix) 4:00
2 Infinity (1990's Time For The Guru) 7:30
3 Infinity (Spacey Saxophone Mix) 3:52
4 Infinity (Much Much More) 5:13
5 Infinity (Mad Mix) 11:07

Companies, etc.



(P) & (C) 1990 BMG Records (UK) Ltd.

Promotional Copy - Not For Sale

Other Versions (5 of 35) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INF 21 Guru Josh Infinity(12") Infinity Records (5) INF 21 UK 1989 Sell This Version
2570-1-RD Guru Josh Infinity(12") RCA 2570-1-RD Canada 1990 Sell This Version
2570-1-RDAB, 2570-1-RD Guru Josh Infinity(12", Promo) RCA, RCA 2570-1-RDAB, 2570-1-RD US 1990 Sell This Version
PB 43475 Guru Josh Infinity(7", Single, Mou) Deconstruction, RCA PB 43475 France 1990 Sell This Version
PB 43475 Guru Josh Infinity (1990's ... Time For The Guru)(7", Single) Deconstruction, RCA PB 43475 France 1990 Sell This Version



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September 20, 2013

Never thought I'd live to see this day.
To hear this blast from the past featuring two extra (previously unheard) original mixes, dating back to 1990... time for guru, indeed.

Received the original CD five track pressing of the USA version, created for promotional use only. Only. Moments ago.
Just imagine, as I am holding in my hands... my very own Holy Grail to treasure for all eternity?!
Three versions, as ususal, but with a few more than nice little extras tagging along.
Track four means 'Much Much More'.
One before last, saving the best 'till (b)last?

Ah, yes!
The shape of things to come: 5 has always been my magic number, anyway.
Switching to mad mix mode, better fasten your seatbelts, ladies & gentlemen !
Saxophone intro, reverb to the max whilst tiny computer bleeps try to work their way through the layers of sound, only to be stopped in their tracks when Pope St. Gregory the Great seems to be making a quick appearance through the doorway... Oh, hellooooo...

The rest is history really.
A stomping chicago-house on deep acid extravaganza unfolds and takes me on a trip through the chaos of what can only be described as a psychedelic rave in hell, before knocking out seven bells at the gates of heaven, clocking in at seven minutes, thank you very much!
This can't be a coincidence, surely?

Four minutes of wicked mischief in paradise left to go, Dr. Devious at the helm...
Purgatory beckons. "Mind the gap, please"
Apocalypse straight ahead, incoming anticlockwise saxophone burst at your left... right, center.
Woops. Too late.

Yes, ELEVEN minutes of forceful madness, twenty-three years past sell-by date & having lost none of its first impact since the very beginnings of house.
Fingers crossed, as music is my new religion. Holy cow!!!!!
Now I can die a happy man.
But not just yet!

"A freak like me. Just needs infinity."
And then some. And more... and much, much more...

01 'Infinity' (1990's Time For The Guru 7" Mix) 4:00
02 'Infinity' (1990's Time For The Guru) 7:30
03 'Infinity' (Spacey Saxophone Mix) 3:52
04 'Infinity' (Much Much More) 5:13
05 'Infinity' (Mad Mix) 11:07

Always remember: "Infinity's the biggest number there is."
"It's not."
"What's bigger, then?"
"Infinity... plus two."

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