Milk & Sugar ‎– Higher & Higher

Radikal Records ‎– RAD 99098-2
CD, Maxi-Single

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1 Higher & Higher (David Morales Reconstructed Radio Edit)
Keyboards – David Morales, Peter DaouRemix – David Morales
2 Higher & Higher (Original Radio Edit) 3:49
3 Higher & Higher (David Morales Reconstructed Mix)
Keyboards – David Morales, Peter DaouRemix – David Morales
4 Higher & Higher (Bini & Martini Live Vocal Mix)
Remix – Gianni Bin & Paolo Martini*
5 Higher & Higher (Original Mix) 9:04
6 Higher & Higher (Damien J. Carter Mix)
Remix – Damien J. Carter

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[Published by] Ed. Future Trax / Ed. MCP / EMI Music Pub. / Copyright Control.

Tracks 1 and 3 remixed for Def Mix Productions.
Track 4 remixed for Azuli Management.
Track 6 remixed for Prime Time Productions.

℗ 2001 Milk & Sugar Recordings © 2001 Radikal Records Inc. Manufactured and distributed in the USA by Caroline Distribution.

The release is housed in a standard jewel case with front and rear inserts.

Contains uncredited instrumental and chorus portions sampled from Double Exposure’s “I Got The Hots For Ya”.

Peter Daou’s keyboard credits are erroneously credited to a ‘Steven Daour’, an obvious mistake on the inlay. The proper name has been listed above.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 89289 90982 4
  • Barcode: 689289909824
  • Matrix / Runout: RAD99098
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L044
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1634

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July 20, 2008

The new millenium was in the corner and serious house music was still happy. This very inspired track came to life and took the floor as an assault. Looking back to 2000 it sounds like one of those todays's so called 'mashups' formula, but with a feeling. They borrowed instrumental and chorus lyrics from Double Exposure's "I Got The Hots For You Babe", speeded it up, buffed it up with some more lyrics from First Choice's "Are You Ready For Me" and gave the honnours to Sabbrinah Pope sing it. Saddly it turned to be one of her last successful recordings before she passed away in 2005. Thank you Steffen Harning and Michael Kronenberger. Thank you very much Sabbrinah, God bless you!