Tenth Chapter ‎– Wired

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Jackpot ‎– Win 4
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Vinyl, 12"
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This Side
A Wired (Original)
B Wired (The Stonk Remix)
Engineer [Uncredited] – Simon NobleRemix – StonkRemix, Producer [Additional] – Andrew Souter, Simon Noble

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B: Mixed at Planet Four Studios

In Memory of Glen W Smith

Engineered by Simon Duffy
at John Waddell's Studio
Vocals engineered by Bones at
RMS Studios
For Jackpot/7PM Productions
Tel: 0171 610 2100

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MFS 323.7090.0 Tenth Chapter Wired(12", Promo, W/Lbl) MFS MFS 323.7090.0 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
DNET031-SPD Tenth Chapter Wired(CD, Single) DanceNet DNET031-SPD Australia & New Zealand 1995 Sell This Version
MFS 7090-0 Tenth Chapter Wired(12") MFS MFS 7090-0 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
MFS 7090-3 Tenth Chapter Wired(CD, Maxi) MFS MFS 7090-3 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
TRANSPORT 003 Tenth Chapter Wired(12") Transport TRANSPORT 003 Netherlands 1996 Sell This Version

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Makara

Makara

March 14, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
A lot of the Jackpot catalogue has not aged well and sounds positively dated today, but this track - in particular the Stonk Mix - still stands up as a fine piece of progressive trance.
Hando_Jin

Hando_Jin

April 21, 2015
Even the name prog House just makes me cringe.
nigelbriganti

nigelbriganti

March 4, 2013

This label was leading the pack when it came to this sound back when this track was released. The original mix is more trancey while the other side is a little more tech/minimal but still very similar from what i remember. This track was massive for me back in the day and i spent many a night 'wired' listening to this! Classic 90's Prog House
sy1975

sy1975

November 15, 2010
Most people now look back on records like this as everything that was bad about "epic house" at the time this style was hammered by the likes of Sasha and Digweed. Personally I think the Jackpot label and tunes by Blue Amazon and Tenth Chapter were ground breaking. Long, building atmospheric trance that took you on a journey away from the dance floor. Wired is one of the best examples of this genre and although I wouldn’t play a whole set of this kind of trance, the odd one or two could easily be played out.