In-D ‎– Virgin In-D Sky's

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Subway ‎– SUBWAY 014, Subway ‎– ANT-SUB 014
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Notes

Note on the back of the sleeve:

"Side 2 only playable on a TECHNICS 1200 MKII at 33 RPM + 8%.

This record is dedicated to all DJ's in Belgium, to give them strength in these times that we're still being ignored by all music media in Belgium so that we can still stay behind all other countries in Europe. Those media systems keep forgettin' that every weekend thousands and thousands of people come and dance their troubles away on the tones of our skills. Let them dance till they drop. In 1987 Belgian New-Beat groups proved that New-Beat is a fact and the salesfigures in and out of Belgium are the best proof! Special thanks to Nux Nemo, A Split Second, FRONT 242, The Neon Judgement, B-Art, Code 61, Public Relations, Acts of Madmen and all the other New-Beat groups !!!"

Mastered at FOON Mastering Center, Lier, Belgium.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM-BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Run out Side A): SUBWAY-014-AI FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (Run out Side B): SUBWAY 014-BI

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUBWAY 014 In-D Virgin In-D Sky's(12", TP, W/Lbl) Subway SUBWAY 014 Belgium 1988 Sell This Version

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damon4130

damon4130

October 30, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

The first in the In-D trilogy and the best, if you ask me. Not that Bastion IN-D Stress and Beat In-D Dream are bad. On the contrary, but I would give Virgin IN-D Sky's a 6 out of 5 if possible. Produced in '88, just before New Beat became mainstream in Belgium and in my opinion it's one of the greatest New Beat tracks. Dark, slow, heavily influenced by the EBM movement and hypnotizing as hell. And no crazy samples!!! A genuine classic, a piece of New Beat history and a must have for anyone who loves real old skool.

And don't forget to listen to the often underestimated B-side. Indeed, you have to play it at +8, and sometimes I think it's even better than the original.