Kate Bush Vs Infusion ‎– Running Up That Hill

Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Unofficial Release



Release in generic card sleeve with printed Side A label, also released as a white label.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side run-out, etched): KB1 -A COUGAR


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June 23, 2011
I much prefer Datassette Remix it sounds so much better although it is not so dance floor friendly as this one.The quality of this recording is very bad.


October 18, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
An impressive prog-house effort by the Aussie wunder-kids. It all begins mellow enough--subdued percussion, with sharp claps, a lone sharp bongo & soft pads in the background--but things pick up in a hurry when a warm, monstrously thick moogish baseline drops around the 2 minute mark. The track builds slowly to the point where the baseline begins hitting its three notes. The lead explodes, the filtered vocals come full on & then we get what can only be described as a couple of minutes of complete aural bliss. "Let me steal this moment from you now" indeed.


October 23, 2003
This slow building remix of Kate Bush's Running Up That Hill does not disappoint. At first it just shakes the crowd when it's non stop bassline hits, much later, and very surprisingly, energetic vocals are very tastefully worked into the song, and for a moment the bassline drops out, only to crash back in building a huge energetic momentum for the song to carry it through it's last few minutes. Completely amazing.


June 10, 2003

Kate Bush's 1985 Synth-Pop hit "Running Up That Hill" gets a remix treatment by rising stars, Infusion(Thunk/Marine Parade) on this limited white label release. Getting rocked by all the top jocks, Warren, Sasha, Digweed, and there is a reason: this record f*cking rocks! A four on the floor with thick drums and a resonating bassline just devistates when dropped. Infusion's use of the vocal samples is done in such a tastefull and eligant way, letting the vocals build with the music until we peak into a massive head rush of a rebuild, totally out of this world! This is the track that will define clubbing for this spring/summer.