Inner City ‎– Good Love

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KMS ‎– KMS 076
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Good Love (Reese Deeper Dub Remix)
B Share The Fun (Reese Uplifting Chill Dub)

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PIASX018T Inner City Good Love (Pete Heller Mixes)(12") [PIAS] Recordings PIASX018T UK 2001 Sell This Version
PIASX018PROMO Inner City Good Love(12", Promo) PIAS UK PIASX018PROMO UK 2001 Sell This Version
PIASX018P2 Inner City Good Love (Joey Negro Mixes)(12", Promo, W/Lbl) PIAS UK PIASX018P2 UK 2001 Sell This Version
FK14 Inner City Good Love (Pete Heller Mixes)(12") Funktástica Records FK14 Portugal 2001 Sell This Version
KMS076 Inner City Good Love(2xFile, MP3, 320) KMS KMS076 US Unknown

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chillid

chillid

February 15, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
Right, i have a version of this record that im sure has not been released on any format so far. The story goes like this, when frequenting Vinyl Junkies record store one day i came across this white labelled record from KMS, liked what i heard on the disc and bought it. Turns out its the new record from Inner City called Good Love and i picked up the Shakir and the Reese Deeper Dub Remix on a 12'' that after looking closer was the C/D side of what was obvioulsy a double pack. Couple of days later i get a call from a friend saying he's just picked up this Inner City record and i needed to get it quick. That weekend he comes down with said record and i go nuts for it so he says (much to his dismay now) that i can have it and he'll pick up another one when he pops in on the monday. So, after looking at the catalogue numbers i realise its the A/B sides of the record i bought a few days earlier. On this record there was 3 more mixes 2 of Good Love, which to me were obviously KS production but done in a way i'd never heard him produce before, plus the mix of Share The Fun. Now, these 2 extra mixes, especially the A side cut, were absolutely incredible. Its a fusion of techno and disco but done in a distinct and unique KS way. Raw, underground and reminded me of the old Inner City records from back in the day. I have searched and searched but have not come across anyone who has or heard or even know of these mixes. I play it out (not often as i like to save it for parties that have crowds that know their music) and without a doubt i get many a head looking over the decks asking me 'what the f*ck is that?'. I like to think that it may actually be the only one in existence and if it is, i think i probably deserved it as Kevin is to me, the finest out of the original Belleville Three by far. His music takes me to another place with energy and angst and sometimes, tears.