S'Xpress* ‎– Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix)

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Rhythm King Records ‎– LEFT R30T
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Limited Edition, 2/3
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A Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix)
Remix – William OrbitVocals [Additional Vox] – Lorenzo Hall
B1 Hey Music Lover (Music Is My Life Mix)
B2 Happy Happy S'Express
Written-By – Mark Moore

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Track B2 only mentioned on label.
Some copies came with "Special Free Love Pack" sticker with the release containing a "S'Xpress Hey Music Lover" card with envelope. Card contains the text "L·O·V·E ALL ACROSS THE NATION"

Special thanks to Merlin: "Have a nice day!"
Dedicated with L·O·V·E to Sly.
A: Remixed at Guerilla Studios.

℗&© 1989 Rhythm King Records.
Made in England.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): LEFT R 30 A1 PR-E
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): LEFT (R) 30T B2 PR-E

Other Versions (5 of 39) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LEFT 30T S'Xpress* Hey Music Lover(12", 1/3) Rhythm King Records LEFT 30T UK 1989 Sell This Version
LEFT 30CD S'Xpress* Hey Music Lover(CD, Single) Rhythm King Records LEFT 30CD UK 1989 Sell This Version
LEFT R30T S'Xpress* Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix)(12", Ltd, 2/3) Rhythm King Records LEFT R30T Germany 1989 Sell This Version
M1-257, LEFT R30T S'Xpress* Hey Music Lover (Spatial Expansion Mix)(12", Ltd, 1/3) Rhythm King Records, Rough Trade M1-257, LEFT R30T Germany 1989 Sell This Version
80435 S'Xpress* Hey Music Lover(12", 1/3) Rhythm King Records, Mute 80435 France 1989 Sell This Version

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yanmac

yanmac

August 18, 2008
I really do have to second all that's been said by the other two reviews on here. But I had NO idea it was even known about outside my bedroom! This William Orbit remix really is a cut above the rest. The power and energy in this mix is truly astounding. It will knock your block off. I'm rather partial to the huge swirling reverb effect about 1/3 way through myself but yes, the 303s that follow "Maximum Bass" are truly evil and wonderful in equal measure. Wish I had gotton the chance to play it out myself as an adult (I played it at a school disco once when a pal and me were asked to DJ!) but those days are kinda over for me now. But I still dig it out once every year or two when no-one else is around, crank it up and dance my arse off!

It pretty much confirmed that acid house was MY music. All the kids in my school were listening to the usual pop crap and I just knew this new music was something very, very special.

A modern classic.