Logic ‎– Celebrate Life / One Step Beyond

Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 1266
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Celebrate Life (Soundshaft Mix) 6:51
A2 Celebrate Life (Shelter Mix) 6:32
A3 Celebrate Life (Accapella Mix) 0:32
B1 One Step Beyond (Path Mix) 6:14
B2 One Step Beyond (Raw Mix) 5:58

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Produced, arranged, and mixed for Indeep Productions.
Recorded at MPC Studios
Strictly Rhythm Pub.
Indeep Music
Special Thanks to Sandra, D.J. Disciple, Merlin Bobb, Tony Humphries, Dimension, Doug Deangelis, Kathy "Amour is the message".
℗ © 1991 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SR 1266 Celebrate Europadisk Dmm S-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): SR 1266 One Europadisk Dmm S-1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP


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October 15, 2016
not all pressing have the Celebrate Life (Accapella Mix) on them even through the label says it has ..


July 5, 2014
The Soundshaft...I think I went there in 1990. The night was called Troll, on Saturdays. I remember you had to walk out through Heaven to the exit. I went there with my girlfriend, who got a little paranoid about getting spat on by the all male cast of heaven as we left...I told her that it probably wouldn't be spit but to keep her mouth shut in the literal sense. 'Rage' on Thursdays with Fabio and Grooverider was way cooler...more estrogen and less protien! Anyway to the record: Logic, you've got Gardiner and Sanchez at the controls in perhaps the grandest period for as yet un-pigeon-holed house: It's deep and that's all you need to know. Besides, at that time with Strictly you didn't even need to listen first...same rules apply.


June 10, 2014
The Soundshaft mix is named after the London club that was behind Heaven in Charing Cross, where he (Roger sanchez) played on many occasions and spun tunes like these....sublime deep house !


August 8, 2003
Roger Sanchez stepping into the role of Logic and taking it over. This is one of those early grandiose and completely on it DEEEP house records that made buying the four Strictly Rhythm records that came out that week so completely worth it.