KC Flightt ‎– Voices

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RCA ‎– 2825-1-RD
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Voices (Vocal Remix)
Producer, Remix – Brothers In Flightt
5:58
A2 Voices (Radio Remix)
Producer, Remix – Brothers In Flightt
4:24
B1 Voices (Original Dub Mix)
Producer, Arranged By, Other [Performed By] – KC Flightt
10:04
B2 Jump For Joy (Black Box Remix-Radio Version)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix [Credited To] – D. Davoli*, M. Limoni*, V. Semplici*Remix – Black BoxWritten-By – F. Toson*, K. Craig*, R. Addison
4:40

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Notes

℗ 1991 BMG Music.
Virgin Music/Airman Music/Secret Affair Music BMI.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 78635 28251
  • Barcode (Scanned): 07863528251
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A Side Etched): 2825-1-RDA EMIO #09683
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B Side Etched): 2825-1-RDB EMIO #09683X

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RMD JEFFKC 001 Maa Bell vs. KC Flightt Maa Bell vs. KC Flightt - Voices(12") RMD RMD JEFFKC 001 UK Unknown Sell This Version
MVT 9.034 KC Flightt Voices(12") M&VT (Music & Vision Trading) MVT 9.034 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
VU 012 KC Flightt Voices (Remix '97)(12", TP) V.O.T.U. Records (Voice Of The Underground Records) VU 012 Italy 1997 Sell This Version
VC61 KC Flightt Voices(12") Not On Label VC61 US Unknown Sell This Version
2825-1-RD KC Flightt Voices(12", Promo) RCA 2825-1-RD US 1991 Sell This Version

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8892sales

8892sales

December 18, 2019
edited 2 months ago
This was a massive 1991 anthem up and down the length of the country, probably the continent, perhaps the western hemisphere?

Voices (Original Dub Mix) was the one played extensively in the UK.

The Sasha fans in particular will hate me, if they don't already, but I have to be honest and admit that I didn't particularly like this record back in the day. I kind of always found myself grooving to it within a long build up set before the mad UK hardcore, underground U.S. and Belgian techno came on ie the music I really wanted to express myself to. Reminds me of trying to feel the effects of amyl nitrate in my blood, trying to trigger the serotonin rush from the 'bird of peace' I had just conversed with half an hour earlier. Wasn't looking for tunes which were rave-light, or techno-light, or house-light for that matter. This was one of those 'light' tunes, and feeling slightly ashamed of myself, always felt that I had to be inebriated to enjoy it. The same hypocrite who is not a fan of people who take copious amounts of unprescribed medication in order to enjoy music. Yes, I'm a hypocrite.

Was seriously contemplating adding it to https://www.discogs.com/lists/Anthems-I-wish-never-had-existed/371436 as I was sick of its monotony and it being overplayed. But I need to give it props and bookmark it for some 1991 nostalgia as I've found it is still very versatile in many sets. And it brings back some good memories as well actually.

Nowadays I'll probably only be able to jerk my body as if trying to get an extremely horny little mutt off my leg! So it's all academc so to speak.
therealsubwaybaby

therealsubwaybaby

March 1, 2019
Now it´s 1991 !!! ... House Rekurds don´t come much better than this !!! ... It´s all about the "Original Dub Mix" !!!!! .... This "B1" changed the rules !! ... Superbaaad, sturdy MURK groove !! ... Sounds even better in 2019 !! ... // Tommy
robob

robob

February 11, 2004

The 'Original Dub Mix' is a 1991 classic, got a lot of play on the right parties, and stood the test of time :
I played it for the first time in years last weekend and the crowd was definitely groovin' for almost 10 minutes !
Bringing back good memories..