Photon, Inc.* Featuring Paula Brion ‎– Generate Power

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Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 1251
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Generate Power (Club Mix)
Edited By, Mixed By – George Morel
6:10
A2 Generate Power (Acapella)
Edited By, Mixed By – George Morel
2:52
A3 Generate Power (Radio Mix)
Edited By, Mixed By – George Morel
3:38
B1 Generate Power (Instrumental)
Edited By, Mixed By – George Morel
4:46
B2 Generate Power (Wild Pitch Mix)
Edited By, Mixed By – DJ Pierre
8:41

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Special Thanks to Tony Humphries for creating the Buzz of a lifetime.

Original concept by Phuture.

Vocal sample taken from Jocelyn Brown - Love's Gonna Get You

BPM:
A1: 120 | A2: 120 | A3: 120
B1: 120 | B2: 123

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S12DJ-235 Photon Inc* Generate Power(12") Simply Vinyl (S12) S12DJ-235 UK 2006 Sell This Version
SRUK 1212 Photon Inc. Generate Power(12") Strictly Rhythm SRUK 1212 UK 2002 Sell This Version
SR12693D Photon Inc. Featuring Paula Brion Photon Inc. Featuring Paula Brion - Generate Power (2010 Mixes)(5xFile, MP3, 320) Strictly Rhythm SR12693D US 2009
SR1251D Photon, Inc.* Featuring Paula Brion Photon, Inc.* Featuring Paula Brion - Generate Power(5xFile, WAV) Strictly Rhythm SR1251D Unknown
GPM 411 DJ Pierre Generate Power(2xFile, AIFF) Get Physical Music GPM 411 Germany 2017

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dexterfeng

dexterfeng

July 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
One of the original Wild Pitch anthems and a coup by the then truly emerging Strictly Rhythm camp. Of a long line of early anthems and hits released by Strictly Rhythm that established their presence. This was probably the one that settled them in for the haul as a label to just buy; don't ask. Rather a difficult task with their huge number of weekly releases.
A record that set off a sound and rejuvinated a by then; something of a has been, DJ Pierre and welcomed him into the second generation of house with very open arms.
A record that signaled the arrival of a somewhat harder New York house sound and one of the likely sources for handbag house.

Underneath all of that. It's a clever yet, dead simple annoying as hell repetitive (i.e. the wild pitch sound) track that is drawn out over way too many minutes with a semi wailing diva sample which is snapped up from an earlier attempt at eastablishing the commercial club house sound which also became, largely. A gay anthem and part of the Jock Jam's canon of fodder.

If it's played. It's either a good fun night or the dj is off doing their business.
Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

July 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Generate Power is quite possibly the most amazing 1992 house record I've ever heard (not that I've heard them all by any means). It captures very well the uplifting care free vibes of the year. Perhaps even more amazing is that the vocals were ripped by UK 'Ardkore artists for even more hands in the air rush action.