Omni Trio ‎– Mystic Steppers Vol 2

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Mystic Stepper (Feel Better) 6:48
Stronger 5:50
Mainline 5:09
Mainline (Original Techno Mix) 5:23

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SHADOW 32 Omni Trio Mystic Steppers Vol 2(12") Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32 R Omni Trio Mystic Steppers Vol 2 (Remix)(10", Promo) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 R UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32R Omni Trio Mystic Steppers Vol 2 Remix(10", Ltd) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32R UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32R Omni Trio Omni Trio Rmxs(10", Promo, Sta) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32R UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32 CD Omni Trio Vol 2 - Mystic Steppers(CD, Single) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 CD UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32 Omni Trio Vol 2(12", Promo) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32 Omni Trio Vol 2(12", W/Lbl) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 UK 1993 Sell This Version
SHADOW 32 Omni Trio Vol 2(12", W/Lbl, TP, Sta) Moving Shadow SHADOW 32 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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Thunderloops

Thunderloops

May 26, 2017
referencing Mystic Steppers Vol 2 Remix, 10", Ltd, SHADOW 32R
who did the Step Off remix on this release? Rob himself?
Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

August 18, 2013
referencing Vol 2 - Mystic Steppers, CD, Single, SHADOW 32 CD

Anyone interested in purchasing this rare release needs to be aware that this CD is vulnerable to CD bronzing. I own this CD and it was cursed by being Manufactured in PDO UK. I bought a copy about 9 months ago, and it's starting to rot. If you don't know about this "CD disease" look for two main signs: Some weird "Coffee stain" on the playing side of the disc that usually starts on the edge of the disc. Check the outer ring to see where the CD was pressed. If the CD has some weird stain that most likely starts from the edge of the CD and has etched on the back ring: "Made in U.K. by PDO" that CD is very likely to have CD Bronzing. Apparently, not all CDs pressed on PDO UK have this message etched so it can be hard to know if the CD was pressed on PDO UK. Even CDs that look perfectly fine may start rotting in a few months.
Skar_Face_Fiend

Skar_Face_Fiend

April 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Mystic Steppers Vol 2 Remix, 10", Ltd, SHADOW 32R

One of Omni Trio's greatest defining songs gets a superb rework from the Foul Play crew on this release. The vibe is definitely uplifted ten fold and turned into an instant classic. And although Feel Better is the star on this vinyl, Step Off is a great song as well that is unfortunately overshadowed by its counterpart.
Skar_Face_Fiend

Skar_Face_Fiend

February 11, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Mystic Steppers Vol 2, 12", SHADOW 32

Omni Trio's break-through masterpiece is an istant classic that set him on the map as one of the best breakbeat artists of all time. Mystic Stepper does exactly what it says in its title - it makes you feel good. With catchy synths and a rolling beat, there is no resisting this song. Stronger is a somewhat darker song backing up the X side, but dulls in comparison to this vinyl's highlight. Mainline is a fast-paced and infectious tune, accompanied by its slower, heavier remix which sadly doesn't differ much. However, any way you look at it, you can't deny this isn't the start of one glorious career.
ThaDarkStranger

ThaDarkStranger

January 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Mystic Steppers Vol 2 Remix, 10", Ltd, SHADOW 32R
Foul Play always excelled at remix work and their incredible remix of Omni Trio's "Feel Good/Mystic Stepper" is one of my all time favorite tracks. It's an anthem which always got a huge response when played out at a rave, and still does. It's a rolling track with those lucious melancholy synth breakdowns and some great beat programming by the Foul Play boys. Technical skills were always one of their strong points as well as great songwriting, full of life and energy. I really can't think of a single Foul Play track which I don't like. "Feel Better (Foul Play Remix)" is one of those tracks which will never get old, this sounds as futuristic and interesting today as when it came out in 1993. Nuff respect!