System 7 ‎– Ring Of Fire

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Butterfly Records ‎– BFLT47
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Ring Of Fire (The Advent Touch III)
Producer [Additional], Remix – The Advent
A2 Ring Of Fire (The Advent Touch I) (Edit)
Producer [Additional], Remix – The Advent
A3 Ring Of Fire (The Advent Touch II)
Producer [Additional], Remix – The Advent
B1 Ring Of Fire (Troniq Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – System 7
B2 Ring Of Fire (Volcaniq Mix)
Producer, Mixed By – System 7

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Catalog # printed on the label: "BFLT 47"
Catalog # cutted in the vinyl: "BFLT-47"

℗ 1998 Butterfly Records.
© 1998 Big Life Records (1994) Ltd.
Published by Chrystalis Music Ltd.

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  • Barcode: 5 025055 200477

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none System 7 Ring Of Fire(Cass, S/Sided, Single, Promo) Butterfly Records none UK 1998 Sell This Version

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TimReade

TimReade

March 26, 2017
edited 11 months ago
It's the Troniq mix for me. This did the biz at the time and still does it now. System 7 have been behind some fine releases in their time.
iceolate

iceolate

December 31, 2008
The Troniq and Volcaniq mixes of Ring of Fire by System 7 are heavy, epic techno stompers that were the centerpiece (in my head) to DJ Brian's Hardesertrance 2 mix. I always thought of System 7 more as an ambient/downtempo act, but seriously, the Volcaniq mix is a JAM. I never get sick of it, every time the beat drops, I just want to start headbanging in front of a speaker. Ha. Play it loud