Sunscreem ‎– Perfect Motion

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A Perfect Motion (Boys Own Mix)
Engineer – Gary WilkinsonRemix – Heller & Farley
9:49
B1 Perfect Motion (Rhythm's A Drug)
Engineer – Neil McLellanProgrammed By – Neil McLellanRemix – Carl Cox
6:13
B2 Perfect Motion (Leftfield Vocal Mix)
Engineer – Joe GibbProducer – LeftfieldRemix – Leftfield
8:41

Notes

Written by Sunscreem. Published by BMG Music Publishing Ltd.
A side track 1 remixed by Terry Farley and Pete Heller. Remix engineer: Gary Wilkinson.
B side track 1 remixed by Carl Cox. Engineer and programming: Neil McLellan.
B side track 2 remix and additional production by Leftfield. Remix engineer: Joe Gibb.

Copyright 1992 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Issued under license from Sony BMG Music Entertainment (UK) Limited.

Other Versions (5 of 33) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
658405 2 Sunscreem Perfect Motion(CD, Single) Sony Soho Square 658405 2 UK & Europe 1992 Sell This Version
BC96009 Sunscreem Perfect Motion(12", Promo) Bonzai Classics BC96009 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
BC96009 Sunscreem Perfect Motion(12", Promo) Bonzai Classics BC96009 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
SPR001 Sunscreem Perfect Motion (Remix)(12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label (Sunscreem) SPR001 UK 2007 Sell This Version
IBIZA001 Sunscreem Perfect Motion (Scooby D Remix)(12", S/Sided, Promo) Five AM IBIZA001 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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Stuck_In_1992

Stuck_In_1992

August 7, 2013

It's all about the Carl Cox remix.

His remix is about as happy as a 1992 'Ardkore track can get. For comparison, its as happy as say... Rhythm Section's Dreamworld, DJ Seduction's Come On, Krome & Time's Rumblism, Harmony & Extreme's Music (now called NRG Rush), need I go on? If you like high energy 1992 tracks, this one is for your collection!

If thats not enough praise, this is the very best 'Ardkore tune that has Carl Cox's name attached to it. It wouldn't surprise me if this was a Ron Wells production either because its super clean.
djides

djides

October 29, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Great to see this classic and absolutely undeniably timeless classic re-pressed on the excellent S12 label. This pressing is superb, on ultra-thick vinyl.

The "Boys Own" mix of this track is probably one of the greatest house tracks ever produced. The vocals are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine, while the bassline lifts you to a higher plane. The subliminal alliteration in the vocal production (evolution -> evo-lution -> evilution) add incredible complexity to a track that glows with pure simplicity and goodness.

Both mixes on the B-side are also classic, but neither come close to the sheer power of the "Boys Own" mix.

Buy two copies of this, as you will definitely find yourself wearing through the vinyl (despite the heavy guage pressing)!