John Beltran Featuring Open House ‎– Earth & Nightfall

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33rpm Records / Sinewave ‎– sine 1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Dark Green Translucent
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Tracklist

A1 Earth & Nightfall (Original Mix)
A2 Earth & Nightfall (Club Mix)
B1 Fragile
B2 Save The World (Remix)

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The tracks have different playing speeds:
A1 - 33rpm
A2 - 45rpm
B1 - 45rpm
B2 - 33rpm

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  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE NEEDLE Open House
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): Placid Angles

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUPERSTITION 2007 John Beltran Featuring Open House John Beltran Featuring Open House - Fragile(12") Superstition SUPERSTITION 2007 Germany 1993 Sell This Version
sine 1 John Beltran Featuring Open House John Beltran Featuring Open House - Earth & Nightfall(12", W/Lbl) 33rpm Records / Sinewave sine 1 US 1993 Sell This Version
sine 1 John Beltran Featuring Open House John Beltran Featuring Open House - Earth & Nightfall(12") 33rpm Records / Sinewave sine 1 US 1993 Sell This Version
MOM 001 John Beltran Fragile / Earth & Nightfall(12", Red) Millions Of Moments MOM 001 Germany 2007 Sell This Version
sine 1 John Beltran Featuring Open House John Beltran Featuring Open House - Earth & Nightfall(12", Cle) 33rpm Records / Sinewave sine 1 US 1993 Sell This Version

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javads

javads

August 19, 2013
edited over 3 years ago
whoever commented on the poor pressing on the clear and dark grey versions, the pressing is also terrible on the black version too. this is not a repress problem its a problem with all 33rpm/Sinewave version perhaps. big shame as the 'save the world (remix)' get really good towards the end and thats where the background noise gets so loud to almost destroy it and make it almost unplayable unless you dont care to make the club sound like an earthquake is hit
UGF

UGF

July 2, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
The previous comments about Fragile are good, but I'm surprised the consensus is not raving about Earth & Nightfall (5:18 version)...that's the go to track in my opinion. The first 3 minutes are sheer moody beauty! Detroit techno/house at some of it's best!
.Anton.

.Anton.

April 26, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
I've heard on the french radio "Nova" somebody who said approximately : "Nowaday, many electronic music producers are not able to make music with soul. But, according to me, one day, the electronic music will become more organic, more human".

I have to say, he's right about the actual fashion of electronic music productions : more prosaic than poetic or maybe too "scientific".
I'm ok with that, but I have to say equally : the organic electronic music does exist since longtime. The Beltran & Open House's track named "Fragile" is a fantastic example of what can be the "organic electronic music with soul".

Fragile is a crossover between groove and deepness with a constant creativity during all the track. The result is epic : something really singular with ...soul.

TIM

TIM

October 3, 2009
John Beltran's slab of epic here. What he learned on Aquatic comes full force here on Fragile. Because of the melody I rate this higher than Aquatic by only a half star at best. 5 stars and 4 and a half respectively. This track could play for hours and you would never tire. John Beltran made a career from the direction this track took. When you make a well respected underground career and you can pinpoint it to one record that's how important an beloved this record is by those who have it. Most of John Beltran's melody approaches are all wrapped up and executed here in just one song. They just don't get much more meaningful than this.
jbxtal

jbxtal

August 9, 2003
The pressing is poor, apparently for both the clear vinyl version and the dark grey vinyl version - this is noticeable in tracks A2 and B2, where crackling appears towards the end.
mr_unknown

mr_unknown

February 28, 2003
re-issued as clear vinyl with different label marking the label not as 33rpm records/sinewave but simply sinewave.