Speedy J ‎– Pullover (Remixes)

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Music Man Records ‎– MMI 9069
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1 Pullover (First Remix) 5:08
2 Pullover (Second Remix) 4:35
3 Pullover (Original)
Edited By [Edits] – Richie Hawtin
5:57

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Jochem Paap appears courtesy of +8 Records.
Edits on Pullover Original Mix by Richie Hawtin for +8 Records.

Released in a regular CD jewel case.

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  • Matrix / Runout: MMI-9069 22 A3 DADC AUSTRIA

Other Versions (5 of 26) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMI 9068 Speedy J Pullover (Remixes)(12") Music Man Records MMI 9068 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
MX 312 Speedy J Pullover (Remixes)(12") Blanco Y Negro (2) MX 312 Spain 1992 Sell This Version
none Speedy J Pullover(12", Promo) Dos Or Die Recordings none Germany 1995 Sell This Version
DOS 021 Speedy J Pullover(12") Dos Or Die Recordings DOS 021 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
MMI 9068 Speedy J Pullover(12") Music Man Records MMI 9068 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version

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maroko

maroko

September 13, 2008

Speedy J's Pullover was one of my first, if not the first, contacts with electronic music.
To this day it remains his biggest commercial success and club hit, though he's made quite a few of those down the line.
Interesting thing is that Pullover is perhaps the simplest piece of music Jochem Paap has ever churned out. Not that I intend it to sound like a bad thing, but it's the same instantly recognizible siren-like hook layed over a moderate kick for six minutes. It has that irresistible hands in the air while dispersing good vibes all over touch written across it.
Out of the two remixes, I prefer the second one, which has the identical hook, but leans over to the harder realms, due to an overall much more macabre atmosphere and harder kick drum.
Simple, yet extremely effective, unforgettable and very fun to dance to, Pullover remains the ultimate old school calling card for the rave crowd, despite sounding dated when measured against Speedy J's later work.
Testimonies of the era state that it drove people up and down the wall on an every weekend basis!