Pulp Victim ‎– The World '99

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Neo (2) ‎– NEO12010
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A The World (Moonman Club Mix)
Remix – Moonman
6:49
B The World (Lange Remix)
Remix – Lange
7:17

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Written & produced for Dance Therapy Productions.

Licensed from Playground Productions, NL.

Contains elements from 'Oro' performed by Maire Brennan.
Used by kind permission of BMG Music Publishing.

℗ Neo Records Ltd 1999.
© Neo Records Ltd 1999.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side A): NEO 12-010 A¹ U DAMONT
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side B): NEO 12-010 B¹ U DAMONT

Other Versions (5 of 14) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PGD-508 Pulp Victim The World(12") Playground Productions PGD-508 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
188.198-6 Pulp Victim The World(CD, Maxi) Discoboll 188.198-6 Sweden 1999 Sell This Version
PGD508/2 Pulp Victim The World (Remixes EP)(12") Playground Productions PGD508/2 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version
0107065UNS Pulp Victim The World 99(CD, Maxi) Unsubmissive Records 0107065UNS Germany 1999 Sell This Version
PGDC003 Pulp Victim The World 2004(12") Playground Classix PGDC003 Netherlands 2004 Sell This Version

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Hidden_Agenda

Hidden_Agenda

October 12, 2017
If anyone has the stickered neo white label of this please message me
budnik

budnik

August 21, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
i remember hearing this on Judge Jules friday night radio show and being blown away by it. I then heard him play it in Gatecrasher the following night and being on another level - an no, i never did ecstacy either, the music is all i need. The Moonman Remix is the one to head for here. The Lange mix doesnt really do much, odd considering Lange was one of THE producers of 1999.

Its one of those tracks that you hear once and will be with you for the rest of your life. The sort of track where you hear it the first time in a club, and you remember who was djing, who you were with and where.

A great bassline coupled with those fantastic Ferry Corsten synths that made him so popular. Then the piece de resistance...the breakdown. Its a great track that many a DJ like Scott Bond used to play as their "one more" or final track in their set.

Great track, if you havent already, go get it.