Peace Division ‎– Nite:Life 010

NRK Sound Division ‎– NRKMXV 010
Nite:Life – 010
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Shauna Solomon I Wanna Be (Ricky Montanari & Stefano Greppi Vocal Mix)
Remix – Ricky Montanari & Stefano Greppi
A2 Sir Oliver The Sound, The Light & The Music (I&C Origins@Crobar Mix)
Remix – Cedric Gervais, Ivano Bellini
B1 James Holden I Have Put Out The Light
Vocals – Jenny Holden
B2 Solo (17) Cocaine (Katakana's Diesel Wash Dub)
Remix – Katakana
C1 Oscar G* & Stryke Hypnotized (Oscar G Space Miami Mix)
C2 Nique Mission (DJ Jes's Mix)
Remix – DJ Jes
D1 Urban Soul Flying To Be Free
Featuring – Roland Clark
D2 Box Boy Doob Moon (Big Hair Mix)
Remix – Big Hair


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  • Barcode: 689492016111

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NRKMX 010 Peace Division Nite:Life 010(CD, Comp, Mixed) NRK Sound Division NRKMX 010 UK 2002 Sell This Version
NRKMX010 Peace Division Nite:Life 010(CD, Comp, Mixed, Unofficial) NRK Sound Division (2) NRKMX010 UK 2002 Sell This Version


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March 29, 2007
edited over 8 years ago

Classic Peace Division here. All but one of the tracks here fit nicely in a dark, NYC-style tribal progressive set. James Holden's "I Have Put Out The Light" is the odd man out on this album but not for quality reasons. The only reason it doesnt fit is because it contains melodic elements that I would not expect to hear from PD but nonetheless this entire album is a must have for people that love PD's dark sound.


March 15, 2003

Sounding more like a Global Underground release than anything else, I found this to be somewhat of a blight on the rest of the Nitelife series. For NRK to allow a departure into other styles is great news, but when it happens it has to be done well. I am struggling to pick a single track off of this release that isnt generic and well, dull. Not being a great fan of progressive, I tried to be open minded about this but the more I listened to it the more it sounded like the soundtrack to a really depressing sci-fi film.