Martha Wash ‎– Come

Label:
Logic Records ‎– LGSP 65679-1
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo
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A1 Come (Hex Hector Maximum Room Mix)
Keyboards, Programmed By – Mac QuayleProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Hex Hector
7:35
A2 Come (Brian Bristol / George Morel Groove On Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Brian Bristol, George Morel
7:39
B1 Come (Hex Hector Minimal Room Mix)
Keyboards, Programmed By – Mac QuayleProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Hex Hector
6:38
B2 Come (White Trash Anthem Mix)
Keyboards – Chris FrankProducer [Additional Production], Remix [Credited To] – Dean Chronic, Dominic GermanoRemix – White Trash (10)
8:19
C1 Come (Allister Whitehead's Comin' Atcha Vocal Mix)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Allister Whitehead, Tom Frederiske*
8:18
C2 Come (Allister Whitehead Whitehouse Dub)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Allister Whitehead, Tom Frederiske*
8:08
D1 Come (Dan's Delerious Club Mix)
Keyboards – Gerald ElmsProducer [Additional Production], Remix – Dancin' Danny D
8:25
D2 Come (Untidy Dub)
Producer [Additional Production], Remix – Untidy Dubs
6:57

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Center label both sides first record (yellow)): LGSP-65679-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Center label both sides second record (red)): LGDJ-65679-1

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321691822 Martha Wash Come(CD, Maxi) Logic Records 74321691822 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
74321 65679 2, 74321-65679-2 Martha Wash Come(CD, Maxi) Logic Records, BMG 74321 65679 2, 74321-65679-2 US 1999 Sell This Version
COME 3 Martha Wash Come(2x12") Logic Records COME 3 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
74321 65679 1 Martha Wash Come(2x12", Ltd) Logic Records 74321 65679 1 US 1999 Sell This Version
none Martha Wash Come(Acetate, 12") Not On Label (Martha Wash) none UK Unknown Sell This Version

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bitonti

bitonti

November 16, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

there are other more progressive sounding/tribal mixes on the yellow record and more hard house type stuff on the red, but the Brian Bristol/George Morel mix is tops. It strikes a compromise with all these different elements and goes down smooth. The second breakdown is future facing and sounds new even though it's not.