Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer ‎– This World

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SOMA 159 Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer - This World(12") Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SOMA 159R Slam This World (Remixes)(12") Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159R UK 2004 Sell This Version
SOMA 159R Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer - This World (Remixes)(12", Promo) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159R UK 2004 Sell This Version
NR63 Slam This World(12") Nitelite Records NR63 Italy 2004 Sell This Version
SOMA 159 Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer - This World(12", Promo) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159 UK 2004 Sell This Version
SOMA 159 Slam Feat. Tyrone Palmer Slam Feat. Tyrone Palmer - This World(5xFile, MP3, 320) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159 UK 2004
SOMA 159 CD PROMO Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer Slam Featuring Tyrone Palmer - This World(CD, Maxi, Promo) Soma Quality Recordings SOMA 159 CD PROMO UK 2004 Sell This Version
7243 8 76360 2 6 Slam This World(CD, Maxi, Promo, Car) Labels 7243 8 76360 2 6 Sweden 2004 Sell This Version
7243 8 76360 2 6, 724387636026 Slam This World(CD, Single, Promo, Car) Labels, Labels 7243 8 76360 2 6, 724387636026 Europe 2004 Sell This Version

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wiu

wiu

June 9, 2012
referencing This World, 12", SOMA 159
Is it really 8 years ago this was released!?! Most people tend to go mad for the 'Wighnomy Bros. And Robag Wruhme Bukkelfipps Remix', I however never really cared for it myself. Sure it sat well enough for the minimal craze that was sweeping through electronic music at the time, which was fine, but for me the original mix was always the one I went for. Sitting here listening to it all this time later, it still sounds as great as the first time I heard it. The string section at the end still moves me everytime.

Anyway, I feel it's about time the Slam boys hooked up with Tyrone again. Sure following on from 'Lifetimes' and 'This World' would be tough, but I have every faith that they'd produce another amazing, timeless track like the 2 that preceded it.
dreclectico

dreclectico

January 24, 2009
referencing This World (Remixes), 12", SOMA 159R

The original is sweet and moving. Tyrone Palmer transports just the right kind of chilling anxiety. The Wighnomy Bros. remix is more than just the icing on the cake. It takes the whole thing to another level. Probably the best piece of minimal techno I've ever heard. In fact, the term "minimal" doesn't seem to fit anymore because it is so much more than that. It's almost symphonic, it takes you on a 7 minute trip through life itself. Those people got love for music. "The truth it must be told"
FLuViRuS

FLuViRuS

May 8, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing This World, 12", NR63
I'm keeping my fingers crossed that the majority who gave this release such high ratings is doing it for the golden, tribal/deep house workout of Wighnomy Brothers & Robag Wruhme. On their mix, vocal re-manipulation matches the thump-humping, ultra-deeeeep, ultra-sexxxxxy tribal beats. A song with a message set to such infectious grooves inspires an overload of emotional pathos and a need for physical expression: <i>Dance</i>. Give it up for the WB&RW team for a job well done!
restless

restless

June 24, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing This World (Remixes), 12", SOMA 159R

The Wighnomy Brothers remix is absolutely fabulous.
The original is an over-the-top, typically UK synthetic slightly trancey pop/house vocal thing that they have sonically twisted, filtered and fucked-up just enough to become an extremely sharp yet very emotional stadium microhouse anthem for the 22nd century.
The Wighnomy Bros have achieved this very improbable thing : hip and thrilling stadium music.