Paul van Dyk ‎– 45 RPM

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Tracklist

Introjection 4:05
I'm Comin' (To Take You Away) 6:13
For An Angel 6:22
45 RPM 5:10
Spannung (Tension) 6:58
Emergency! 6:01
Rushin' (Revolutions Per Minute) 6:29
Pump This Party (Video Edit) 3:38
Ooh! La La! (Krankenhouse Mix) 6:13
A Magical Moment 6:01
Pump This 45 5:25
Ejeculoutro 4:11

Versions (13)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MFS 7066-2 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(CD, Album) MFS MFS 7066-2 Germany, Austria, & Switzerland 1994 Sell This Version
MFS 9066-2, 123.9066.2 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM / 45 Remixes Per Minute(CD, Album, M/Print, P/Mixed + CD, Comp, M/Print + ) MFS, MFS MFS 9066-2, 123.9066.2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
MFS 9066-2 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM / 45 Remixes Per Minute(CD, Album, P/Mixed + CD, Comp + Ltd) MFS MFS 9066-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
MFS 9066-2 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM / 45 Remixes Per Minute(CD, Album, P/Mixed + CD, Comp + Ltd) MFS MFS 9066-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
123.7066.1 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(2x12", Album) MFS 123.7066.1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
123.7066.1 38, 7066-1 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(2x12", Album, Gat) MFS, MFS 123.7066.1 38, 7066-1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
RTD 123.7066.1 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(2x12", Album, TP, W/Lbl) MFS RTD 123.7066.1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
MFS 7066-1, 123.7066.1 38 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(2x12", Album, Whi) MFS, MFS MFS 7066-1, 123.7066.1 38 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
123.7066-2 42 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(CD, Album, Promo) MFS 123.7066-2 42 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
DVNT25LP, DVNT 25LP Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(2x12", Album) Deviant Records, Deviant Records DVNT25LP, DVNT 25LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
DVNT25CD Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(CD, Album) Deviant Records DVNT25CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
9077-2 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(CD, Album, RE, RM) Mute, Mute Corporation 9077-2 US 1998 Sell This Version
AVTCD-95283 Paul van Dyk 45 RPM(CD, Album, RE) Avex Trax AVTCD-95283 Japan Unknown Sell This Version

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frantisek.goza14

frantisek.goza14

September 7, 2015
referencing 45 RPM / 45 Remixes Per Minute, CD, Album, P/Mixed + CD, Comp + Ltd, MFS 9066-2

This is one top old school trance in the world.! :) Thanx PvD
Cardia1

Cardia1

June 8, 2013
referencing 45 RPM, CD, Album, RE, RM, 9077-2

its been almost 20 years since this album was released and it never sounds outdated. This is a lovely Album for a first release, with relaxing and melodic musics, there´s alot of romantism expressed in most of the musics, anyone that listens to this Album recognizes imediatly Paul Van Dyk style, it has unique sounds and melodys very typical from PVD. My favourite musics are: "Emergency" full of dynamic and with a clear message regarding emergency means and a lovely melody, "A magical Moment" wich has a romantic touch and a sweet voice as well as a beautiful melody, place me in a well decorated garden at night next to a beautifull girl and with this music as Ambient sound and i´ll be in pure heaven. "For na Angel" (98 mix) wich is definetly one of top 5 Paul Van Dyk musics, the music that made me fall in love with PVD sound. "for an Angel" has an excellent choice of clean sounds and a wonderful Melody. This Album will make you dream and dance, a release that one ought to listen.
kentandrew

kentandrew

February 20, 2009
referencing 45 RPM, CD, Album, DVNT25CD

For An Angel was given all the praise, released as a single with the E-werk club mix which updated the tune into a Words like structure. However, the real gem here is I'm comin' to take you away. It's got that punchy sound, and although the 909 floor and offbeat bass line aren't the core of the tune because there are filter envelopes and female vocal samples, typical of a lame club track, the intro that leads it in is quite effective. The track naming makes the album sound like a porn flick. Introjection sounds like penetration; Ejeculoutro sounds like ejaculation, but that's just me. Germans...

March 10, 2008
referencing 45 RPM, CD, Album, MFS 7066-2
I didn't really know what to expect from this album before listening to it, and afterwards, I wasn't impressed. Paul van Dyk never appealed to me as a talented producer, and although he managed many club hits later on, not much of his work seems to have that refined sound that good music usually has. His work on this release is fairly simple, with the expected goodies of For An Angel and 45 RPM, but the synths are reused often and there is not much of a flow to the tracks. Worth a listen to find out what Paul van Dyk was like long ago, but its barely worth a relisten.
zangief_pilam

zangief_pilam

January 12, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
referencing 45 RPM, CD, Album, RE, RM, 9077-2
The album is genius early PvD overall, but my ultimate all-time favorite on this album is Emergency! with the guitars added for this album version. Some people might not like the screaming synths reminding of ambulance sirens at the end, but I think overall it's a great song... great buildup with a lighthearted athmosphere throughout... Step Right On is a great song, but I like the 2003 remake on Global better, it sounds fresher and better arranged. And, of course you cannot miss the original mix of "For An Angel", which, even though outdated and does not have the solid beat of the 1998 mix, but is classic none the less. Other songs, even though not mentioned here are a must as well. Quality!