Sci-Clone ‎– Red Fever / Everywhere I Go (Remix)

Metalheadz ‎– METH 034, Metalheadz ‎– MET H 034
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Red Fever
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Alex WilsonSoprano Saxophone, Keyboards – Nathan Haines
AA Everywhere I Go (Remix)
Drum Programming [Additional] – M. Blackman*Saxophone, Flute, Keyboards – Nathan Haines

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Made in England

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A): METH 034 A-02-01-1 Stu
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side AA): METH 034 AA-02-01-1

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
METH034D Sci-Clone Red Fever / Everywhere I Go (Remix)(2xFile, WAV, RE) Metalheadz METH034D UK Unknown
METH 034 Sci-Clone Red Fever / Everywhere I Go (Remix)(12", W/Lbl) Metalheadz METH 034 UK 1999 Sell This Version
METH034X Sci-Clone Red Fever / Everywhere I Go (Remix) (2018 Remasters)(2xFile, WAV, RE, RM) Metalheadz METH034X UK 2018


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December 5, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
Something wrong with the labeling? The mix of "Everywhere I Go" on the 12" was the first to be released in 1999 even though it's labeled "remix". The version on Platinum Breakz 3 from 2001 has a different break and arrangement and is (AFAIK) the same track as the digital release on the Headz website - despite the Platinum Breakz 3 release *not* being called a remix while the digital release is...!


November 2, 2016
Does anyone know where to find the original mix of Everywhere I go?


October 28, 2008
(Everywhere I Go)
These crystal clear drums and the swinging beat gives a perfect base to the track. The whole comes in with the main keyboards which shift almost through the whole song... Except the sax-solo part... This is where it all starts to fly, coming alive more and more and more, until the eerily wonderful stopping part.
If the very meaning of now can be drawn in dancefloor music, this is it. This is what the avantgarde was talking about, simultanism, when you feel the whole world at once, and time stops existing. I can't stop listen to this, it's an undefined depth and endless wonder.


May 19, 2008
A-Sides' Everywhere I Go, recorded under his Sci-Clone guise glides along on crisp-yet-crunching snares, jazzy organ stabs and Nathan Haines' saxophone playing, but, despite these elements, it is far from an 'intelligent' track. The atmospherics and organ notes fluctuate from high to low giving the track elements of euphoria, gravity and soul almost in a rebuke to the increasingly tech-style drum and bass releases of the period. This track was showcased on the Metalheadz compilation Platinum Breakz 03.


May 20, 2005
edited over 15 years ago

At long last after occasional searches I found this double-tracker its pure form (as opposed to snuggled inside mixes). "Everywhere I go" restored my faith in DnB after that horrible stroll through two-step grumble scream bass nonsense. Regardless of your musical tastes, you really are dead/deaf if you don't find the melody uplifting.