John Creamer & Stephane K Featuring Oliver Twisted ‎– I Love You

Acetate Ltd ‎– ACE009
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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A I Love You (Original Mix) 12:43
AA I Love You (Hybrid's Claustrophobic Remix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Chris Healings, Mike Trueman*Remix – Hybrid


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January 25, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

Hybrid once again demonstrate their true might as remixers in this release . The fittingly named "Claustrophobic" Remix generates a severe heart-racing psychological thriller for those daring enough to listen. The whole track sounds so dark and intense, with a progression that only pulls you further and further into this state of entrapment as it plods along. This becomes especially apparent when a deep whisper in the breakdown is distorted to create this suffocating effect, unleashing this shocking paradox between "love" and what could be something much more extreme. Reverse psychology at its finest. The tempo and arrangement of the breakbeat is in flawless groove with the vocals, backed by a grinding bassline and other distorted ambient effects that lift the emotions to a fever pitch. The remix really sucks me in, making me feel sort of claustrophobic myself and wanting to hit against the walls to escape! What a trip! It is disturbingly beautiful.


September 17, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I was really disappointed by the A side. Creamer & K did some really good remixes, but this track just walks around without getting anywhere. Neither the (virtually non-existant) beats nor the vocals by Oliver Twisted can do anything about this, although they are somewhat outstanding from the rest of the mix.

But not all is lost - switch to the B side and experience how this song should have sounded right from the start! Truman & Healings come up with a dark and twisted reworking, dropping most of its original components and concentrating on tweaking the (now) haunting vocals. One of their finest moments indeed!


January 1, 2003

Quite possibly the most trippy vocal track by Mr. Creamer and Mr. K. Moody floor mover.