Soup ‎– New York - London - Paris - Chicago

Toronto Underground ‎– TU-001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 New York-London 7:50
A2 New York-Chicago 3:36
B1 Paris-Chicago 8:48
B2 New York-New York 2:06

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©℗ 1992 Toronto Underground Records Co.

'New York-London' sample taken from Meeting Place - House From The World.

'New York-London' contains a sample from The Irresistible Force - Space Is The Place.

'Paris-Chicago' and 'New York-Chicago' contain samples (beats & acid line) from Random XS - Give Your Body.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TU-001A AA-BAJ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TU-001B AA-BAJ
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

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December 8, 2015
The original versions of 'Paris-Chicago' and 'New York-Chicago' contain samples (acid line, 808 beats and even vocals) from Random XS - Give Your Body. Not just a short loop, but a 7 minutes long part starting at 1:38 in 'Paris-Chicago'!


December 2, 2007

Listening to this again after 8 years and it still sounds fresh to me. Paris - Chicago sounds like how it should be. Paris for the jazzy stuff and Chicago for the looped up trumpets and acid lines. But mind you! This is all 1 track! Today there are almost no tracks pressed like this anymore. They all stick to one format but this release still proves it can be different and works very well on the dancefloor until today.

This setup is how the rest of the record works too. London for the harder more euro sound and so on.

Other thing I noticed was that New York - London at around 6:00, the trumpet sample and the beat go way out of sync. Sync being picked up later but it looks like they maybe looped the sample on tape and synced the rest to that and pitched up the tape a little bit to get the sync back.