Masters Of The Universe ‎– Space Talk

Label:
Strictly Underground Records ‎– HEMAN 002
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Space Talk (Hyper Spaced Mix) 8:55
AA1 Space Talk (Spaced Out Mix) 3:54
AA2 Space Talk (Inner Space Mix) 4:31
AA3 Space Talk (Reprised Mix) 1:49

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Notes

Run out A-side: adrenalin
Run out A-side: yo evil-lynn this is 4 u!
Run out B-side: adrenalin
Run out B-side: masters of the dance floor!

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RHR 1827 Masters Of The Universe Space Talk(7", Single) Rams Horn RHR 1827 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
RUMAT 11 Masters Of The Universe Space Talk(12", Promo) Rumour Records RUMAT 11 UK 1990 Sell This Version
RHR 3827 Masters Of The Universe Space Talk(12") Rams Horn Records RHR 3827 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
RHR 4058 Masters Of The Universe Space Talk(CD, Maxi) Rams Horn Records RHR 4058 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
RUMAT 11 Masters Of The Universe Space Talk(12") Rumour Records RUMAT 11 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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TrickyMicky

TrickyMicky

December 26, 2015

I believe that the "Spaced Out Mix" of "Space Talk" contains a sample of High Voltage's "Somewhere Beyond" (1983) from their "Love Is The Message (Scratch The Message)" 12" single.
siman91

siman91

April 15, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
I have this on a plain white label promo HEMAN 002, 100% genuine with same track listings.

November 5, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
I love this tune. It has quite a special place in my heart. If there's one track that can instantly transport me back to when I was 17 and off my face on quality Extacy then it's this tune. This is the soundtrack to me gurning like a chimp watching all the beautiful girls around me thinking "Fuck...Life Is Fuckin Beautiful Man". I can still remember sitting in a car driving home from a party on a sunny summers morning blissfully gazing at the English Countryside with this playing and shouting...REWIND!

Produced by Joey Negro in 1990 it's a mixture of Italian piano-house, deep, dubby US house, and Detroit-esque strings. There's also a great use of a little Loleatta Holloway vocal sample and some nice little techy touches, not to mention the great bit of piano tinkling at the end.

A really well produced tune especially for its time and it still sounds fresh today, hasn't dated a bit. You could call this a house tune, a garage tune, whatever yeah. Back in it's day this was a rave tune where I'm from. It's a sunrise tune, alright!?