Sole Fusion ‎– The Chosen Path

Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR12328
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A The Chosen Path (Techno Mix) 6:04
B The Chosen Path (Trance Mix) 6:05

Companies, etc.



Strictly Rhythm Publishing (ASCAP)
New York House Music (BMI)
Indilu Publishing (BMI)
K-Dope Music (ASCAP)
Recorded at Bass Hit Studios.
Mastered using Direct Metal Mastering (DMM).
Mastered for Europadisk, Ltd.
℗ © 1995 Strictly Rhythm Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 -3218-32328-1 6
  • Barcode (Scanned): 732183232816
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): SR-12328-A EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 11541
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): SR-12328-B EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 11541

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March 18, 2014

This 12" must have got lost in the heap of Strictly's massive release schedule that year and sadly never made it into my collection. You gotta respect Mr. Vega for always having his pulse on the dance-floors of the world. While around the same time period the Body & Soul crew might have had the leeway for a more eclectic musical programming format, Louie stuck to the house flavor when spinning but was far more subtle by incorporating various musical elements into his productions under his countless aliases. This record signaled the transition between the raw tribal sounds of previous years and a precursor to the more musical Afro/Latin influences in the proceeding ones. A prime example might be the Eric Kupper 12" released a few years later K-Scope 3 more specifically the "Latin Blues" track.
As a side note I find it amusing the choice of "mix" names "techno & trance" (likely done by the label not the artist....I'm guessing they got a dat with "Mix 1,2,3,4" etc and had to pick a name before the labels could undoubtedly be printed), also clearly before either style might have been looked down upon as "dirty words" in the house music world lol.


April 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
One of the best moments of Strictly Rhythm in my book.
The "Trance Mix" fits perfectly into any deep house set, and played at the right time, this track can get the dancefloor to totally freak out.