Mysterious People ‎– Love Revolution Remixes

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Yoshitoshi Recordings ‎– YR014
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Love Revolution (Mood II Swing Remix 1) 07:58
A2 Love Revolution (Moody Beats Version 1)
Effects, Edited By – Deep Dish
04:54
B1 Love Revolution (Mood II Swing Remix 2) 08:46
B2 Love Revolution (Moody Beats Version 2)
Effects, Edited By – Deep Dish
05:21

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): YR014-Axz A+R SP6II
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): YR014-Bxz A+R SP6II
  • Barcode: 70465001416

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funkyfrank

funkyfrank

November 6, 2008

WOW! The Mood II Swing Remix 1 is one of the best Mood II Swing Mixes ever - the awesome string surfaces combined with these sexy female vocal samples and the chimes. Very driving and although relaxing track goes through and through. Don't know how often I played this peaktime track on partys - people smile and start to floating...
The Remix 2 on B-side is more deep house with strange hectical percussions but missing the unique atmosphere of 1st Remix.
Tracks A2 and B2 edited by Deep Dish are forgettable tracks.
fluxragg

fluxragg

October 13, 2008
Mood II Swing take a fairly nondescript song and transform it into something epic, anthemic and moving to result in probably one of their best ever remixes. Its all about the second half of the track when the vocals are looped up, echoed and generally f***ed about with - very reminiscent of the way MK used to take his scalpel to vocals and create something special. Check those strings towards the end too! Lem and John were producing some slamming remixes around this time of 96/97 - also seek out the vocal and dub of Crustation's 'Flame' and BT's 'Remember' plus the discofied remix of Sylk 130.
MontyB

MontyB

August 20, 2003

This is definitley one of Mood II Swing"s best mixes. My personal favorite is Mix I. Smooth vocals and a pulsating drum beat will keep you moving.