John Creamer / Stephanie K* ‎– Wish U Were Here

Label:
Not On Label ‎– WISH 001
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Vinyl, 12", Unofficial Release, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Wish U Were Here (Lex Ave Mix)
Remix – Lex Ave*
B Wish U Were Here (Envy Mix)
Remix – Envy

Notes

Title of the B-side track printed as "Wish You Were Here (Envy Mix)".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): WISH 001-A1-
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): WISH 001-B1-

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andrecaproni

andrecaproni

May 11, 2018
I want to buy this record. Please, Contact me. Thanks
trecool3

trecool3

May 3, 2018
I want to buy this record. Contact me. Thank you!
kazong

kazong

April 20, 2018
Please contact me, if you want to sell this record.
djsyzygy

djsyzygy

December 21, 2014
can anyone help me out with the lex ave mix on here? There are a couple different lexicon ave versions, i am ooking for the 11:-- minute version.. Thanks all!
d.man68

d.man68

September 27, 2014
there is a better break mix version that this, it is a little bit sing songy, and it might be used to much but that vocal drives deep and doesn't let go, you will be singing to it for days, check that one out! (i don't know the record though,its on one of hypers mixed cds,any help out there)?
djdamnage

djdamnage

March 24, 2004

A classic gets the re-rub treatment from two of the best progressive producers in the scene today. Lexicon Avenue (Little Green Men and one part Echomen) have been all over the place with remixes on Hooj to their original production on Forensic & Saw. They take the Creamer & K track into a tribal, sub-bass orbit that is at home on a large club system on a dark saturday night. Flip for one of Deep Dish's favorite up-and-coming producers Envy, who takes a darker path with wicked results. My favorite mix of the two. Envy really lets the mix progress before dropping the vocal. A perfect double sided white label, a definate jewel to any collection.