Savas Pascalidis ‎– Space Affair

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A Love Makes You Crazy 5:05
B Space Woman 4:28

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A1: 129 BPM
B1: 130.8 BPM

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 18752 75586 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718752755863
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MPO GIGOLO 27558 A1 CURVE PUSHER
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MPO GIGOLO 27558 B1 CURVE PUSHER
  • Label Code: LC 10195

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filipvdd

filipvdd

August 22, 2016
This track Space Woman was always good in my opinion - several times previously heard it on studio brussel in 2000 - no idea earlier it was an edit of Roni Griffith's "Spies" - I still like it the non vocal edit version - I had this record promo in 1999
stfdnx

stfdnx

February 17, 2015
edited over 2 years ago

The test release got writen on the label: "be smart and sell in 5 years as the mega suave collector's item" and is numbered Gigolo 27558.
Anyway, "Love Makes You Crazy" is a cover of instrumental version of Mike Butt's.... "Love Makes You Crazy"!
The bad compression completly kills the track, so you'd rather go for the lp version, , slightly different, even if this one is sicker.
SPQR

SPQR

February 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I'd rather call the track "Space Woman" a rip-off of Roni Griffith's "Spies". It is exactly the same track, same sounds (even the screams that can be heard throughout the song...), only it lacks the vocal parts the original has. Unfortunately, there seems to be a common trend consisting in ripping off all the old Italo and Hi-NRG records (see Felix the Housecat's "Silver Screen, Shower Scene" blatantly copying The Flirts' "Passion", and many others, beginning with DJ Hell and his mate Filippo Moscatello). I say forget about these copycats and find the originals!!
jordache

jordache

November 10, 2002

Pascalidis is the ultimate biter..but at least he bites good stuff. This is a good couple of tracks altough space woman is basically the instrumental of Roni Griffith's "Spies"