The Jeyênne* ‎– Time Warp

Frankfurt Beat Productions ‎– 901020.6
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Kickin' 6:11
B1 PiPiPi 6:31
B2 X-Masid 6:40



Together with the CD-release 5.000 copies pressed (Source: Frontpage-Germany-Special, Summer 1994).

*The label lists wrong BPM (180 BPM) for B1.*
Track A: 150 BPM
Track B1: 170 BPM
Track B2: 142 BPM

There exist two versions of this release, one with the brown Frankfurt Beat "eye" logo on the A-side label and one with the gray one. This is the brown release.

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  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 5466

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February 9, 2013

I never ever get tired of listening to "Kickin'" despite it's sheer simplicity. A simple hard riff that slightly evolves as the track progresses. For me, a classic that will never diminish in quality no matter know many times I listened to it and the best track The Jeyenne has produced of all I have heard. As most releases, only 1 or 2 tracks standout for my listening ear, and no exception is here: "PiPiPi" and "X-Masid" are decent compared to "Kickin'" but maintain their luster for a bit more than you're average joe of a track. "PiPiPi" has a weird vocal in the intro that repeats "cacacacaca" (No, it's not poopoo in spanish") I find this track to be weird. At least, it gets better in the end. "X-Masid" is a decent trance recording that starts with a fairly decent acid trance bassline and leads with a chord that reminds me of Fairytales? At least this one isn't overpriced and not overhyped like similar records. For the money it's worth, I say pick it up.


August 16, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Primetime DJ MZone playlist material, with an excellent groove in the starting riff that carries the track harder, right to the end-a 150bpm+ frankfurt beat classic.