Phuture ‎– Rise From Your Grave

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SR 1273 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(12") Strictly Rhythm SR 1273 US 1992 Sell This Version
SR 1273 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(12", TP) Strictly Rhythm SR 1273 US 1992 Sell This Version
RS 93016, R&S 93016 Phuture Rise From Your Grave : Remixes(12") R & S Records, R & S Records RS 93016, R&S 93016 Belgium 1993 Sell This Version
RS93016CD Phuture Rise From Your Grave(CD, Maxi) R & S Records RS93016CD Belgium 1993 Sell This Version
SR12645 Phuture Rise From Your Grave (Tiefschwarz Remix)(12") Strictly Rhythm SR12645 UK 2007 Sell This Version
SR12645CDX Phuture Rise From Your Grave (Tiefschwarz Remix)(CD, Single, P/Mixed) Strictly Rhythm SR12645CDX UK 2007 Sell This Version
DVSR017.07 Phuture Rise From Your Grave (CD, Single, P/Mixed, Promo) D:vision Records DVSR017.07 Italy 2007 Sell This Version
DVSR 017 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(12") D:vision Records DVSR 017 Italy 2007 Sell This Version
SR12645 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(4xFile, AIFF) Strictly Rhythm SR12645 US 2007
SR12645 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(4xFile, MP3, 320) Strictly Rhythm SR12645 US 2007
SR12645 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(4xFile, WAV) Strictly Rhythm SR12645 US 2007
SR 1273 Phuture Rise From Your Grave(12", RE, RM) Strictly Rhythm SR 1273 UK 2017 Sell This Version

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Fernand8

Fernand8

October 25, 2018
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273

This to me is one of the better tracks. Relentless, restless on the move, dark, great classic house elements. Hard to classify: no its not Acid, no its not Deep House, its not Rave either or typical Club House. It is probably all of these sub-genres put together. DJ Pierre is a legend and this is the result of where he progressed by 1992. .... still very much enjoyable after all these years. Fully agree with Alain Patrick's comment below.
psyance_QL

psyance_QL

October 18, 2018
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273

Dope sample and great track. I don't know exactly when I first heard it but having a voice sample ("Rise from your grave.") from a game that I know since forever (Altered Beast on Sega Mega Drive (a.k.a. Sega Genesis in US)) makes me feel that I also know this track since forever but what I know for sure is that I once heard the Wake Da F___ Up Mix played by Laurent Garnier  FuSe club, in 2002, it was mindblowing and this propelled his set to the next level!
iljin1

iljin1

April 14, 2018
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273
The Wild Pitch Mix does it for me. Very deeeep.
dau

dau

September 28, 2017
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273
While listening to this tune after more than a decade, it struck me how much it has the same sound that later Basic Channel had in its more house oriented tracks as Q 1.1 and Quadrant dub. A very groovy record!
kramtronix

kramtronix

September 22, 2016
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273
RIP Spank Spank! You might be gone, but you're tunes will live forever, especially this one! Viva Wild Pitch!
CutmasterAlpha

CutmasterAlpha

April 17, 2015
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273
Haha they took the "Rise From Your Grave" sample from Altered Beast on the Sega Genesis!
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 28, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Rise From Your Grave : Remixes, 12", RS 93016, R&S 93016

In 1993, just one year after 'Rise From Your Grave' was released on Strictly Rhythm and on R & S Records, Renaat Vandepapelière put out some remixes of it on his Belgian label, this time on a 12 inch format.

These versions were different from the ones on the original pressing. Morley's Universe Mix, made by the brilliant David Morley deserves the higher credits, for it put this magnificent tune a step further - with futuristic effects & changings, specially on the opening, making of it a ground-breaking Techno-House combination. Suddenly, an amazing House masterpiece was turned into high-quality Techno.

The Morley's Universe Mix was included on the same year of 1993 on In Order To Dance 4 2LP/1CD second release compilation (different from the first one of 5LP/2CD of 1992 that had the Wild Pitch Mix by DJ Pierre).
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

August 28, 2007
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273
"Rise From Your Grave" got the status of a standard underground House tunes from the early nineties and surely among the wickedest from Phuture. The composition belongs to Earl Spanky, Roy Davis Jr. and DJ Skull.

The difference came out through DJ Pierre's Wild Pitch Mix - he made a special trip of insanity and excellence, with a weird-hypnotic atmosphere, and two incredible basslines, one of them sharp acid, oscillating during the version. "I just did the Wild Pitch Mix on this tune, where I took the vocals out, changed the basslines, the drums", said Pierre on an interview in Sao Paulo, Brazil, years later.

The version result was far away from the usual house tracks of that time, and got a huge release on Strictly Rhythm, from New York. 'Rise From Your Grave (Wild Pitch Mix)' also came out on the 'This Is Strictly Rhythm vol. 2' major compilation. Later in the same year (1992), the Belgian label R & S Records released it on ‘In Order To Dance IV’ 5LP/2CD compilation. This is a timeless, avant-garde tune that definitely represented new perspectives to the house music universe.
P.M.

P.M.

April 13, 2004
referencing Rise From Your Grave, 12", SR 1273

Awesome dark Wild Pitch burner - 'this is cocaine speaking...' vox & Altered Beast arcade game sample - 'Rise From Your Grave. First hearded this at The Ministry of Sound (in the first year or two while the music policy was still good - it died with the demise of the'Open' nights IMO) & it blew my mind.
V-Agent

V-Agent

January 21, 2003
referencing Rise From Your Grave : Remixes, 12", RS 93016, R&S 93016

Phunky House-Techno from the originator of the term 'Acid music"