Underground Resistance Featuring Yolanda* ‎– Living For The Nite

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Beerads_Beats

Beerads_Beats

May 8, 2016
referencing Living For The Nite, 12", Single, SPLISH 2
My copy is pressed well! Classic track! Top house tune and great mixes here
macko77

macko77

December 15, 2014
referencing Living For The Nite, 12", Single, SPLISH 2
I checked my Splish copy. There is bass on it. Enough to make the record cover fall off the speaker. It doesn't sound distorted either. Maybe you should check it again?
baj

baj

March 10, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Living For The Night (Remixes), 12", UR016

Kevin's B1 mix the jit-tastic cut from this that any Detroiter house head will appreciate. Let me be specific though, because the label art and track IDs seem to be mixed up. The B1 track above here on Discogs is called the Kevin Saunderson mix, which makes sense to me. On the label it's called the "Instrumental" mix. We are talking about B1, the outside track on the picture side. I've always thought of it as the "Free" mix because of the repeating sample "Free, free, free ...Free as you wanna bee--eee". It plays inside out. ANYWAY: Kevin Saunderson did this "Instrumental" remix and he should be credited, so that could be why Discogs has it listed that way.
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

October 30, 2011
referencing Living For The Night (Remixes), 12", UR016

Really great tune, Brainstorm Live is the main mix on here, quite a full on Detroit sounding house tune. A strong intro with big Detroit style synth stabs (almost rave sounding, but keeping on the right side of things), vocal that works really well and the kick and bass give the track certain energy. Instrumental is pretty good too, just utilising the “Livin for the night” vocal. On the flip you have some really good less commercial mixes which work really well too. Brings back a lot of happy memories!
comassola

comassola

March 17, 2011
referencing Living For The Nite (Remixes), 12", SPLISH 2R
This seems to be the only release with the Chez Damier mix. I've compared (listening to) all the mixes on UR 007 and UR 016 and it's different to all those mixes. It's worth getting for this mix. The rest of the mixes on this release play the same as those on UR 016 though they are titled differently. (A1 & A2 on SPLISH 2R = A1 & A2 on UR 016 and B1 & B2 on SPLISH 2R = B1 & B2 on UR 016.)
ultrasound

ultrasound

February 10, 2008
referencing Living For The Nite, 12", Single, SPLISH 2

It's probably best not to be tempted to settle for this version, even though it's no doubt easier to find than the UR-released cut. Only get this if you want to know the true meaning of 'bad pressing'. OK, they probably only had 16-bit digital recording to cut from in those days (and it does sound 'digital', even on vinyl) But why tf does that have to mean a top-end that's compressed to a point that is just plain idiotic? (And yes, it distorts so much that it will piff you off). And why does it make middle-England style aesthetics for the bass - ie, there isn't any - necessary? Trust me: avoid.