Random XS ‎– Give Your Body

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Djax-Up-Beats ‎– DJAX-UP-136
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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This Side
A Give Your Body
Written-By – Zero Zone
12:42
That Side
B1 Random XS v3.7
Written-By – Zero Zone
6:38
B2 CEM Jam
Written-By – A Peeters*, Zero Zone
5:55

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℗ & © 1992 Djax Records
Published by MCA/DJAX.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout This Side): DJAX-UP - 136 - THIS SIDE (A) TODAY RANDOM............
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout That Side): DJAX-UP - 136 - THAT SIDE (B) TOMORROW............ XS.....
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

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April 9, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Give Your Body is a classic acid track of the 90's and years ahead of its time. For DJ's, its a great track for a very long mix with another track but beware - there's an irritating pause in the middle and it restarts off the beat! This was allegedly due to the track being recorded in two bits and (crudely) stuck together!
psyzen

psyzen

February 7, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
This is one of my old school favourite acid tracks. it keeps building up and takes you into a trip slowly slowly the soundscapes come up while the pumping bassline goes on and on. Giving your body freedom. Sure a must have of old skool trippers and acid lovers!
Robbie_Kamper

Robbie_Kamper

March 21, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Although Sander Friedeman (Zero (Z)One) found it really hard to get an Acid track together, Saskia Slegers (Djax-up-beats) loved it, for obvious reasons. "Gives Your Body" has become a classic, much to the surprise of Zero One himself.

"Cem Jam" is actually a remix of "Give Your Body" It is the result of Sander Friedeman and Arno Peeters working together. CEM means; Centrum voor Electronische Muziek. (Centre for Electronic Music)