Marmion ‎– Schöneberg

Hooj Choons ‎– HOOJ 43
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 1/2

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Licensed from Superstition Records Germany / Distributed via RTM

℗ + © 1996 Hooj Choons

"(Disc One)" on cover but not on the center label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021904 035863
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021904035863
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout - handwritten): HOOJ 43 - A2 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout - handwritten): HOOJ 43 - B2 C

Other Versions (5 of 36) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUPERSTITION 2004-R Marmion Schöneberg (Remix)(12") Superstition SUPERSTITION 2004-R Germany 1994 Sell This Version
FCD324, 570 079-2 Marmion Schöneberg(CD, Single) FFRR, FFRR FCD324, 570 079-2 UK 1998 Sell This Version
none Marmion Schoneberg (Greg Downey Remix)(File, MP3, Unofficial, 320) Not On Label none UK 2012
GCDD06 Marmion Schöneberg 2010 (The Complete Mixes)(13xFile, MP3, 320) Grand Casino Records GCDD06 Germany 2010
521750-2, 521 750-2 Marmion Schöneberg(CD, Maxi) Superstition, Urban 521750-2, 521 750-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version


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March 2, 2017

There's plenty of mixes to choose from across all the releases, on this 12" its the Original Marmion Remix .
This is a full on driving hands in the air track, big synths, driving percussion pack full of energy.
Use to love this to end the night off back in its day and right toward the end dropping in a bar or two of Alison Limerick "Where Love Lives" piano teasing with the total contrast & then letting "Where Love Lives" drop in.
Happy days !



November 15, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

A party trance anthem if ever there was one. If ever there was a track guaranteed to get any dancefloor moving, this is it.

The Original Marmion Remix has been a huge influence on the nu-nrg/hard house/hard dance scenes, but don't let that put you off it. It starts off with the distinctive riff played on its own as though it were a call to arms. A cool chugging beat charges in as the track continues for the next minute or so. Then from out of nowhere it changes direction as a crazed synth lick rages through, the bass drops and harder beats rain down, only briefly stopping for a teasing Iberian break, before continuing into further mayhem. It finally winds down with an epic rush of peaking synths. By then you won't know what has hit you.

The Man With No Name remix is a commendable alternative. It features all the typical Martin Freeland production techniques - big booming beats, acid squiggles, and day-glow psy trance synths. The Man With No Name has produced many excellent remixes, and this is right up there with the best of them.

An all time trance classic.


January 4, 2003

The Original Mix is a bit more laid back and slower, while the Man With No Name puts in his usual fare of a much stronger hard beat. Excellent stuff.