Heller & Farley ‎– The Rising Sun

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Junior London ‎– BRG004 RX
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A The Rising Sun (Danny Tenaglia Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Danny Tenaglia
AA Rising Sun (Bedrock Remix)
Engineer – Jon GrayRemix – BedrockRemix, Producer [Additional] – John Digweed, Nick Muir

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Label A:
℗ and © Junior Recording Ltd 1999.

Label B:
Side AA: Remix and
additional production for Cosmack Management,
Junior, Saga Centre, 326 Kensal Road, London, W10 5BZ.
Tel: +44 (0) 181 960 4495. Fax:: +44 (0) 181 960 3256. Manufactured and Distributed by
Amato. Made in England.

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Issued in a Junior London green die-cut sleeve with a die-cut inner-sleeve.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BRG 004 RX Heller & Farley The Rising Sun(12", W/Lbl) Junior London BRG 004 RX UK 1999 Sell This Version
HMSS029D Heller & Farley The Rising Sun(9xFile, WAV, RM) Defected HMSS029D UK 2016
BRG004 Heller & Farley The Rising Sun(12") Junior London BRG004 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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funkseeker

funkseeker

February 8, 2016
Top remix by Mr. Tenaglia that oozes with the class and nothing but the spoiler from Bedrock!
zaffa

zaffa

February 6, 2016
After 16 years.. i still love the Danny Tenaglia Remix...
zangief_pilam

zangief_pilam

February 6, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
I have not heard any other versions other than the Bedrock Mix, but that's OK. I first heard it as part of a Digweed CD when it came out (2001ish) and ever since then I haven't listen to the track until 2005. It must be a hell of a track because all these four years it didn't leave my head.

The male vocal sample and the pounding Bedrock beat provide a build-up like no other. It's one of those tracks that is very simple and minimal but will be enough to knock you out of your shoes.
djpeanut

djpeanut

April 3, 2004
The Bedrock mix sounds like a slow-building, minimal plodder on a home sound system. Put it on in a club, however, and it's a slow-building, minimal dancefloor destroyer of a track! The Tenaglia mix could not be more different but rocks equally in a different way.
luna

luna

October 31, 2002

The DT signature remix definately does it for me, dark little number with that "I feel the sunshine in your smile..." sample to soften it up.