Shakedown ‎– At Night

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Defected ‎– DFECT50
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A At Night (Original Mix) 6:40
AA1 At Night (Mousse T's Feel Much Better Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Mousse T.
6:05
AA2 At Night (Kid Crème Club Mix)
Bass, Guitar – Daniel RomeoRemix, Producer [Additional] – Kid CrèmeVocals [Additional] – MC Shurakano
6:33

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"Dedicated to Dean Webb. His soul is free whilst his spirit still remains with us."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 038234 005077

Other Versions (5 of 47) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NV 3876-4 Shakedown At Night(12") Naïve NV 3876-4 France 2001 Sell This Version
PNR.001 Shakedown At Night(12") Panorama PNR.001 France Unknown Sell This Version
NV 38742 Shakedown At Night(CD, Maxi, Enh) Naïve NV 38742 France 2002 Sell This Version
SAMPMS11357 6 Shakedown At Night(12", Promo) Sine Dance SAMPMS11357 6 UK 2001 Sell This Version
PNR18 Shakedown At Night (The Unreleased Mixes)(4xFile, MP3) Panorama PNR18 France 2008

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Lab77

Lab77

July 10, 2018

If you ask me, At Night is one of the best (club)house releases of the zeroes!
justin_leslie

justin_leslie

June 4, 2015
Agree with all the comments - three great versions of a classic track. I've always had a soft spot for the Kid Creme remix (that bass-line!) but the Mousse T version is also awesome - I remember having great fun mixing into this and people going crazy with the looped and distorted "I think I feel much better". Played loud it was so good.
timibbitson

timibbitson

December 14, 2013
"she wants a lover right now" is from Public Enemy - polywannacracka
budnik

budnik

May 14, 2008
This is what i'd describe as a damn fine record. It's one of those moments where you really are spolied for choice on which mix to play. All are quality.

Mousse T delivers a very electro influenced, dark workout. Has a great breakdown. Has some tribal sounds which was the sound of the underground in 2001-2002.

Kid Creme excells himself on this mix. The type of stuff Danny Rampling would play on his old LoveGroove Dance Party BBC Radio 1 show. A more straight up funky/filtered house interpretation of the track. The MC vocals are a very nice touch aswell.

The original mix in my mind, still pips it - only just though! A great electro inspired track with some very good vocals and a bassline that is just so damn funky.

For me, this would be inside the top 10 house records of the 2000's for sure. Possibly top 5. Very very good track.
mistered

mistered

March 14, 2004

The original of Shakedown's 2001 house hit appears alongside remixes from Mousse T and Kid Creme. The former delivers a low slung stomper, confining the vocal to one breakdown and a loop, while Kid Creme funks it up with one very groovy bassline and a sprinkling of speech from MC Shurakano. Excellent package.