Odyssee Of Noises ‎– Firedance

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EYEQ016 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(12") Eye Q Records EYEQ016 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
4509 96480-0 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(12") Eye Q Records 4509 96480-0 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
EYE-Q-016 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(12", Promo) Eye Q Records EYE-Q-016 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
4509 96480-2 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records 4509 96480-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
EYE Q 016 CD Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records EYE Q 016 CD Germany 1994 Sell This Version
3984 20409-0 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance (Remixes)(12") WEA 3984 20409-0 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
3984 21056-0 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(12") WEA Records 3984 21056-0 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
3984 21086-2 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(CD, Maxi) WEA Records 3984 21086-2 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
LF RMX 008 Odyssee Of Noises Firedance(12", Cle) LF RMX LF RMX 008 Germany 2018 Sell This Version

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July 16, 2018
referencing Firedance, 12", Cle, LF RMX 008
I see it from a different point of view. The original is, typical for the releases of that time (90s), pretty fast with 150 BPM! There was already a label taking care of those releases slowing them down to make them easier for mixing in sets: Technogold
Odyssee of Noises with Firedance was not in the line of Technogold. This release now brings this tune back to make it possible to build it into a set. Time changes and mixing in a 150 BPM tune nowadays would irritate the crowd, I'm pretty sure. Me too, am not use d to that speed any more ^^
However, I have to listen to it properly again when at home; Len Faki mainly slowed the track down and did not change too much in this track, what is good as the original is good in Arrangement, just the speed making it some kinda difficult.
balagan

balagan

July 11, 2018
edited 4 months ago
referencing Firedance, 12", Cle, LF RMX 008

This is basically a re-production of the same track from 1993, in a slower Tempo, which kinda miss akk the punch and energy of the original tunes. No much hope for the B-side either. I have definitely expected something more interesting from someone like Len Faki.

However, it's on clear vinyl - go grab one before it is sold out... (Boring!)
xtraterrestrial

xtraterrestrial

December 14, 2016
referencing Firedance, 12", EYEQ016

The Sunrise Mix is top notch and one of the best (and most influential) tracks to come out of the early 90s period. The other mixes are unfortunately not worth mentioning, but the Sunrise mix makes this release iconic nonetheless.
Kayashi

Kayashi

July 26, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Firedance, 12", 3984 21056-0

Normally, a "classic" cannot be made any better. Mostly the exact opposite happens.
But if you let a "classic producer" re-work one of his own "classic records", then maybe you get some kind of wonder.
Exactly this is what happened to "Firedance".
I liked the original track very much, but the "wait up"-rework made it into my Alltime Top 3
Lezlie

Lezlie

March 14, 2004
referencing Firedance, CD, Maxi, 4509 96480-2
By many considered maybe trance-music's finest moment. I tend to agree, this is a true classic.