Sven Väth ‎– Ballet-Fusion

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Eye Q Records ‎– SAM 1518
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Vinyl, 12", Promo
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A Ballet-Fusion (Speedy J. Mix)
Remix – Speedy J
10:21
B1 Ballet-Fusion (Belfast-Fusion)
Remix – David Holmes
10:34
B2 Ballet-Fusion (Modulation Mix)
Remix – Der Dritte Raum
7:28

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
4509 99172-0, YZ 897T Sven Väth Ballet-Fusion(12") Eye Q Records, Eye Q Records 4509 99172-0, YZ 897T Europe 1995 Sell This Version
PRO 6001 Sven Väth Ballet-Fusion (Remixes)(12", Promo) Eye Q Records PRO 6001 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
4509-99173-2, YZ860CD Sven Väth Ballet-Fusion(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records, Eye Q Records 4509-99173-2, YZ860CD Germany 1995 Sell This Version
PRO 967 Sven Väth Ballet-Fusion(12", Promo) Eye Q Records PRO 967 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
YZ 897 CD, 4509 99683-2 Sven Väth Ballet-Fusion(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records, Eye Q Records YZ 897 CD, 4509 99683-2 Germany 1995 Sell This Version

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quaestor

quaestor

November 7, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
David Holmes' mix is the standout for me on here. I don't normally dig minimal/Detroit techno but Holmes is particularly good at it and this is one of his best in that genre -- so much movement and subtle creativity wrapped around its repetition, and a brilliantly understated breakdown.
eyeQ

eyeQ

September 14, 2002

This is how a remix 12" should be like,...no bad remixes.
The original is a masterpiece, and so are the remixes.
I can´t decide which is the best one, but Der dritte raum RMX and Belfast Fusion RMX REALLY makes me move on the dancefloor.
The Remixers has taken an already complete musical piece and made something MORE out of it, even something new.
This is a record with 4 tracks that stands for them selves, even if they are variations of one theme.
MY RATE: 5 of 5 (this is ONE of my favourites)
ONCE AGAIN: I have the CD,...I want the VINYL