Mark Morrison ‎– Crazy (Tin Tin Out Mixes)

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WEA ‎– SAM 1542
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
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A Crazy (Tin Tin Out Vocal Mix)
Remix – Tin Tin Out
B1 Crazy (Tooley St. Dub)
Remix – Tin Tin Out
B2 Crazy (Longsy D W11 Mix)
Remix – Longsy D

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WEA 054 CD1 Mark Morrison Crazy(CD, Single, CD1) WEA International Inc. WEA 054 CD1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
CD5-84031 Mark Morrison Crazy(CD, Maxi) WEA CD5-84031 Europe 1997 Sell This Version
VINL 1 Mark Morrison Crazy(12", Promo) WEA VINL 1 Canada 1995 Sell This Version
WEA 054LC Mark Morrison Crazy(7", Jukebox) Wea WEA 054LC UK 1996 Sell This Version
WEA 054 CDDJ Mark Morrison Crazy(CD, Single, Promo, ) WEA International Inc. WEA 054 CDDJ UK 1996 Sell This Version

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Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

January 7, 2016
Great remix here from Gabba heroes Tin Tin Out.
TopTune

TopTune

February 4, 2010
Did Eminem make his 'Nobody Listen's to Techno' quote back in 1995? Back in the day everything got a house remix and yes most of them were rubbish. For future Mark Morrison purchases i would stick to things thats have the word original listed against at least one of the tracks.
James@toptune
Jayfive

Jayfive

October 12, 2009
edited over 7 years ago
What a bizarre review.

First thing - the remixes are very much house, not techno. Its not surprising that a hip-hop fan doesnt like them or know the difference between the two which is thats fair enough, but the distinction much be made.

Second thing - its a bit odd to say something like 'leave it alone next time' when the record is 15 years old and neither artist nor remixers produce anything in this day and age.

Unless discogs is warping time and space so that reviews from the early days of the internet are appearing on the site I suggest the previous reviewer talk about such records retrospectively rather than in terms of them just being released.
ClintDogg

ClintDogg

October 12, 2009
This is more techno and dance style of Mark Morrisons music. They are his original songs (that are good) remixed into some techno crap. Like EMINEM says, "Nobody Listens 2 TECHNO". This record has ruined the good beats 4 me with techno style of remnixing, just leave it alone please next time. I only bought this because im a TRUE Mark Morrison fan and represent him to the fullest always. I buy everything Mark Morrison to add to my collection. So I suggest that no1 buys this its a waste of time and money. NOT a fan of his dance/techno remixes of his songs tho.