Shamen* ‎– Move Any Mountain - Progen 91

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Epic ‎– 49 74043
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
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A1 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (Land Of Oz)
Engineer – Steve OsborneMixed By – Paul Oakenfold
5:44
A2 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (Devil)
Mixed By – 'Evil' Eddie Richards*
4:40
A3 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (Rude)
Remix – The Goat
5:40
A4 The Sound Of Pro-Gen (Horns, Guitars, Keyboards, Chorus, Bang, No.1)
Noises [Sounds By] – Steve OsborneTechnician [Extracted By] – Ian Tregoning, Mads Bjerke
2:09
B1 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (Bang To The Beat)
Mixed By – Bryan 'Chuck' New*, 'Evil' Ed*
5:45
B2 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (Beltram Dub)
Producer [Reproduced], Remix, Edited By – Joey BeltramRecorded By, Programmed By – Tommy Musto
5:30
B3 Move Any Mountain (Progen 91) (The Bones Break Mastermix)
Producer [Reproduced], Remix, Edited By – Frankie BonesRecorded By, Programmed By – Tommy Musto
6:11

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Notes

"The Sound Of Pro-Gen" is tracks 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 20 & 21 from the CD single.

Title is just "Move Any Mountain" on the spine.

Rap for The New Generation.
A1: Mixed for Spectrum Sounds
A2: Mix created at Baad! Studios Milton Keynes for Dy-na-mix.
A3: Remixed for Well Hung Parliament Productions.
B2 & B3: Recorded & Programmed at N.C.P. New York.

Special versions from the Epic Records release: "En-Tact" 48722

Published by Amokshasong (PRS)
© 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
℗ 1991 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Manufactured by Epic, a division of Sony Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 098707404313
  • Barcode (Inner Label Text): 9870 - 74043 - 1
  • Barcode (Back Of Sleeve Text): 0 9870 - 74043 - 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): XSS 74043A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): XSS 74043B
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): XSS-74043-A 1A G1 STERLING (A)
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): XSS-74043-B 1A G1 STERLING (A)

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baj

baj

July 30, 2003

This is dated and kind of silly, but it's such a great track and a major nostalgia trip. Love it, and don't know why/who would rate it so low...