The Future Sound Of London ‎– Papua New Guinea

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Superstar Recordings ‎– SUPER DJ 2042 DMD
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Papua New Guinea (Marco V Remix)
Remix – Marco VRemix, Arranged By [Rearranged] – Benjamin Kuijten*, Marco Verkuijlen*
9:01
A2 Papua New Guinea (Original Mix) 4:57
B Papua New Guinea (Satoshi Tomiie Main-Path)
Edited By – Satoshi Tomiie, Scott BradfordRemix – Satoshi Tomiie
10:43

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(P) 2002 Passion Music Limited/Superstar Recordings
(C) 2002 Superstar Recordings

Re-released in late 2005 with just a plain black die cut sleeve.
Vocal samples are taken from Dead Can Dance - The Host of Seraphim & Circuit - Shelter Me

Positions given as A1, AA1, AAA1 on record label.

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  • Label Code: LC 00999
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): SUPER DJ 2042 A SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): SUPER DJ 2042 B SST

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DRand

DRand

March 26, 2013
The Marco V mix is tripe. Using the vocal samples doesn't retain the original vibe.

The original Jumpin and Pumpin pressing (unusually several mixes are good) is the only one worth buying.
CyberMonkey

CyberMonkey

January 5, 2012

The Marco V remix is truly amazing. IMO, it is the best remix of this absolute classic that I have heard to date. It brings the original to a whole new level whilst maintaining its original vibe so well.

The Satoshi Tomiie main path remix was pretty good too. It adds a bit more 'oomph' to the original.

Great tracks, great vinyl.
Universe

Universe

October 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Everybody is so familiar with the Original Mix that there's very little left to say about it.

Out of all the remixes that have been provided over the years by various artists, the Marco V Remix is easily the most accessible for the more upfront dance floors. He takes the opinion that less is more. The original ethereal samples are retained, but used more sparingly, and to tease the listener. The breakbeats disappear completely, replaced with a typical Marco V tough electroid pumping beat pattern. The result is probably one of the greatest remixes ever that will keep this tune relevant for any techno, trance, or progressive dance floor for many years to come.