Talla 2XLC ‎– World In My Eyes

Label:
Urban ‎– URBDJ 2113, Urban ‎– 158 548-1
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Vinyl, 12"
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A World In My Eyes (1 AM Mix)
Vocals – Ina Morgan
8:23
B1 World In My Eyes (Technoclub Mix)
Vocals – Ina Morgan
7:56
B2 DNA
Music By, Lyrics By, Producer – M@c
7:24

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Accurate cat#: URB DJ 2113 / 158548-1
Produced at Cyborg Studios
Published by Edition "ICM/Hanseatic", "Sounds Of Cyborg" "Get Into Magic"/Warner Chappell
(P) 2000 Music Research/Universal Records
(C) 2000 Universal Records
LC 06748

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
158 547-2 Talla 2XLC World In My Eyes(CD, Maxi) Urban 158 547-2 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
none Talla 2XLC World In My Eyes(CDr, Single, Promo) Urban none Germany 2001 Sell This Version
URB DJ 2115, 158 547-1 Talla 2XLC World In My Eyes (Remixes)(12") Urban, Urban URB DJ 2115, 158 547-1 Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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djcatfood

djcatfood

March 15, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Picked up a batch of tunes out of the used bins yesterday, and found i had purchased a dozen trance records. This the first one I listened to, so it is the victim. I WANT MY MONEY BACK! Granted it was only a buck, but I should be compensated for pain and suffering after listening to this. I never really listened to any trance, so upon hearing this i understood why people are so vehement in their dislike of trance. There just isn't anything redeeming here. Formulaic, cheesy, yet irritating. All the things i don't like about bad dance music. Sorry Talla (and Trance artists producing this genre of music) , but you folks are the McDonald's of dance music. Billions and billions served, aiming for the lowest common denominator.
GrooveMasterA

GrooveMasterA

June 2, 2005
edited over 6 years ago

Forget the utterly forgettable 1AM Mix, just listen to the amazing Technoclub Mix. It's a shame that Urban didn't put that piece of quality on the A-side. It's very uplifting and very addictive, I just wished Talla made more of this kind of tracks. The track DNA on the B-side is very dark and heavy, but not my cup of tea at all.