Luna Project ‎– I Wanna Be Free (Remixes) (Part 2)

Label:
Black Label (15) ‎– BL-911
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing, White Label
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A Mind, Body & Soul (The Funk Vent Mix)
Producer, Remix [Uncredited] – Funky Felix, Ronnie Ventura
10:20
B I Wanna Be Free (Sugar Babies Remix)
Producer, Remix [Uncredited] – Troy Parrish
11:39
C I Wanna Be Free (Funky Remix)
Producer [Uncredited] – Troy ParrishRemix [Uncredited] – Funky Felix
6:50
D I Wanna Be Free (Original Factory Mix)
Producer, Remix [Uncredited] – Troy Parrish
10:09

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Credits

  • Executive-Producer [Uncredited]Victor Vega
  • Mastered ByRCE*

Notes

At least one label-side is usually rubber-stamped with the record company name & address. Only the white-label version was pressed on black vinyl ... commercial pressings are on green and blue vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side runout etchings): S-29629 BL-911RA F/W RCE
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side runout etchings): BL-911R B S- 29630 F/W RCE
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side runout etchings): S-29631 BL- 911 RC F/W RCE
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side runout etchings): BL- 911RD S-29632 F/W RCE

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downtown.music

downtown.music

April 21, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Ok, I can see I've got my work cut out for me. Not only is is this just one variation of a known, commercially released colored vinyl double 12" with titles and timing, but there's also a single disc version. My favorite tracks are the raw, organ fueled ones, with that jazzy New Jersey House flavor, the incessant, unrelenting power of the very deep and basic production, the lyrical content..."You See....I Want To Be Free....I Wanna Get High...I Wanna Get Higher..." and on and on for the second half of the superior, less techie and nicely long at 10 plus minutes Original Factory Mix. It's one of these tracks listed above, trust me. The flip of that disc is a shorter, more vocal mix with less of an extended instrumental intro and more of a surprise at the end. Both sides rock. The other disc has a techier, more David Morales-esque flavor that some will prefer, so there's something for everyone. Need I add it's a Loft staple too? It's an absolutely essential House record, and that's from someone who's admitedly sick and tired of "house music all night long"!