Ramos, Supreme And Sunset Regime* With DJ Slipmatt* ‎– The Remix EP

Label:
Hectic Records ‎– HECT 006
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist Hide Credits

Label Side
A1 Sunshine (The Pa Kua Mix)
Vocals [Uncredited] – Donna Grassie
6:12
A2 Journey Pt1 (Fusion Mix) 6:32
This Side
B1 Crowd Control (DJ Slipmatt Rmx)
Remix – DJ Slipmatt*
5:31
B2 Gotta Believe (Heaven Mix)
Vocals [Uncredited] – Donna Grassie
6:23

Companies, etc.

Notes

Big Lap Sangs to:
Assam, Slipmatt, Chris (Chuff), Mandy, Kathy,
Sade, Geoff's Mum, Honey Bee, Jenny, Mark,
Marcus, Meuwse, Vinylgroover, Druid,
Lee (Mo's), Shrooms, Marley, Matty de Souza,
Craig, Blake, Love Monkey, Jammin, Hicks,
Steven, Leslie, Pal's Mom & Dad, Murray,
Shrieg Yaudir, Farqua Mengez, Larry
Lipscombe, and Dazzy Moorhill

Most copies came in a sleeve with an affixed sticker giving the releases' details and the barcode.
The artist on the sticker is given as Ramos & Supreme & Sunset Regime.

Track A2 samples vocal from House crew Ft. M.C. Juice - 'All We Wanna Do Is Dance'.
Track B1 uses piano from Awesome 3 - 'Don't Go'.
Track B2 is a reworking of Sunset Regime - 'You've Gotta Believe'.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 028296 000660
  • Matrix / Runout: HECT 006 A - J T S -
  • Matrix / Runout: HECT 006 AA- J T S -

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DomJoe

DomJoe

May 8, 2010
The Journey Remix is an amazing breakbeat/ hardcore tune from the latter half of 94 when the kixkdrums were starting to invade the happy hardcore scene! this is truly one of the last great Hardcore tunes without the kickdrum, that eiree piano just sends shivers down your spine! an absolute must in any old happy hardcore mix with in complete darkness and true luv remix by mystic and fire and your onto a winner! lol no remarkable features! its Hardcore Heaven!
djy8c

djy8c

December 27, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

Absolute stormer of a release with four remixes of earlier Hectic tunes. Leading the way is Slipmatts remix of the debut release 'Crowd Control', with driving riffs and lush pianos. The heaven remix of 'Gotta Believe' drops the kickdrum intro for a nice string heavy version. 'Sunshine' gets a less obvious makeover with a slightly different 'mix in' section and little else. The weakest track is The Journey, with no remarkable features.