M.I.K.E. Vs. John "00" Fleming* ‎– Ice Cream

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Bonzai Records ‎– BR-2002-179
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Ice Cream (M.I.K.E. Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – M.I.K.E.
6:59
A2 Ice Cream (Original Mix) 7:40
B1 Ice Cream (John "00" Fleming Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – John "00" Fleming*
9:38

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Publisher: Bonzai Music Division (adm. by BMG Unisong Music Publishing) 2002
Recorded @ The Syndrôme

℗ & © Lightning Records NV

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  • Barcode: 5 413647 101613
  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • ISRC (Track A1): BEZ 45 0200611
  • ISRC (Track A2): BEZ 45 0210611
  • ISRC (Track B1): BEZ 45 0220611

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laurenceallen26

laurenceallen26

March 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Woah! I never even bothered listening to the JOOF remix until I read the other comment: Really f-ing moody trance, with some seriously evil-sounding echoes and chants. Don't listen to this on your own in the dark - it really is quite scary :o

TIP: Listen to both remixes and then the original mix - You can hear the two different contrasting styles of the 2 producers in the Original mix, which I think it kinda cool!! M.I.K.E. remix is best, but only just ;)
eofor

eofor

February 27, 2003
The M.I.K.E. Remix is standard M.I.K.E./Push fare (ie, high quality), the Original Mix isn't too remarkable, and the John "00" Flemming Remix is one of the most evil sounding trance tunes ever, a sprawling maelstrom of 303's, filters, sweeps, and sinister choirs.