N-Trance ‎– Electronic Pleasure

Label:
All Around The World ‎– 12 AATWEXP 1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Electronic Pleasure (Original Extended Mix)
Written-By – Longworth*, O'Toole*, Lyte*
A2 Set You Free (Original 12" Version)
Written-By – N-Trance
B1 Stayin' Alive
Written-By – Gibb*, Longworth*, O'Toole*, Gibb*, Lyte*, Gibb*
B2 Electronic Pleasure (Looney Choons Remix)
Remix – Looney ChoonsWritten-By – Longworth*, O'Toole*

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Notes

A1 Published by AATW/EMI Music/PolyGram Music
A2 Published by All Boys Music
Marketed & distributed by the Total Record Company

B1 Published by AATW/EMI Music/PolyGram Music/BMG Music
B2 Published by AATW/EMI Music
Marketed & distributed by the Total Record Company

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  • Barcode: 5 018524 115660 >

Other Versions (5 of 28) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
cd globe 135, CDGLOBE 135 N-Trance Electronic Pleasure(CD, Single) All Around The World, All Around The World cd globe 135, CDGLOBE 135 UK 1996 Sell This Version
4900146 N-Trance Electronic Pleasure (Remixes)(12") CNR Music (Spain) 4900146 Spain 1996 Sell This Version
4900145 N-Trance Electronic Pleasure(12") CNR Music 4900145 Spain 1996 Sell This Version
CAGLOBE 135 N-Trance Electronic Pleasure(Cass, Single) All Around The World CAGLOBE 135 UK 1996 Sell This Version
12 DJGLOBE 135, 12 DJGLOBEX 135 N-Trance Electronic Pleasure(2x12", Promo) All Around The World, All Around The World 12 DJGLOBE 135, 12 DJGLOBEX 135 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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September 21, 2014
very underrated and powerful dance track! i remember well when i accidentally (yes, ACCIDENTALLY,
as i otherwise would never look this garbage) tuned in the "chart show" on TV what seemed to be a huge live
event, after a tedious crap song that seemed to get a lot of attention from the audience came this one and i thought "f*ck man, a surprisingly great and energetic tune in 1996"... and this seemed the problem,
it was definitely way too good in the dancefloor genre for 1996, almost no one in the audience applauded, no one seemed to understand it.

if this one came out in 1992 it would definitely have become a huge classic, as it was released "some years to late" for its power, i's largely forgotten nowadays.

lovin' it, commercial BUT good. never thought ever experiencing that in my life again :D