S'Express ‎– Theme From S'Express (21st Century Remixes)

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A1 Theme From S'Express (King Roc Remix)
Remix – King Roc
B1 Theme From S'Express (Punx Soundcheck Remix)
Remix – Punx Soundcheck
B2 Theme From S'Express (Simon Acetone Remix)
Remix – Simon Acetone

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"Mark got his mates to do a bunch of remixes as he got tired of being expected to play ‘that tune’ every time at the end of his DJ sets" (from markmoore.com)

Other Versions (5 of 46) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LEFT 21T S-Express* Theme From S-Express(12") Rhythm King Records LEFT 21T UK 1988 Sell This Version
70068 S-Express* Theme From S-Express(7") Torso 70068 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
TORSO 12070, Torso 12070 S'Express Theme From S-Express(12") Torso, Torso TORSO 12070, Torso 12070 Netherlands 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT 21T S-Express* Theme From(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Rhythm King Records LEFT 21T UK 1988 Sell This Version
LEFT 21T S'Express Theme From S-Express(12", W/Lbl) Rhythm King Records LEFT 21T UK 1988 Sell This Version

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CRUSHTRASH

CRUSHTRASH

February 22, 2008

Worth tracking down for the King Roc remix alone, this 3-tracker keeps far more of the vibe (and samples) from the original classic version rather than the "Return Trip" excursions. If you want a revitalised take rather than a full-blown reinterpretation then these mixes are for you! King Roc are masters of the A-side here, and as it's the best mix then that's perfectly fitting (for better sound quality). With lots of additional structure and dubs this works a treat, whether on the car stereo or in a retro set at your local club. Punx Soundcheck deliver a slightly more electro-minimal version, and some of the samples sound a little cheap/tinny, whilst the Simon Acetone revamp adds evil sub-bass and loops the original into a rather difficult and club-unfriendly monster (though it's still an interesting revamp). These 2 occupy the B-side and as such are far quieter pressings (at 33rpm), but still pretty good quality.