V.I.M. ‎– Maggie's Last Party

Label:
Oak Lawn Records ‎– OLR-143
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Maggie's Last Party (Club Mix) 5:34
A2 Maggie's Last Party (Last Mix) 6:07
B1 Maggie's Last Party (Radio Mix) 4:46
B2 Maggie's Last Party (Beats & Bass Mix) 5:32

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120 BPM
(C)&(P) 1991

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12boz 1 V.I.M. Maggie's Last Party(12") Boz Records 12boz 1 UK 1990 Sell This Version
12 boz 1, 12boz 1 V.I.M. Maggie's Last Party(12") Boz Records, Boz Records 12 boz 1, 12boz 1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
12 boz 1 V.I.M. Maggie's Last Party(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Boz Records 12 boz 1 UK 1991 Sell This Version
BOZ 1 V.I.M. Maggie's Last Party(7") BOZ Records BOZ 1 UK Unknown Sell This Version
OLR-143 V I M* Maggie's Last Party(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Oak Lawn Records OLR-143 US 1991 Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

February 11, 2018
Yeah the "Last Mix" is definitely worth investigating.

Completely removing the Thatcher samples, it keeps the bassline & breakbeat but builds a totally new track around them.

It's a lot more 4/4 in rhythm, along with a driving techno vibe (compared to the more typically UK sound of the breakbeat original).

Also worth mentioning is the obvious production on this track from Caspar Pound. The synth pads & riffs are pure Hypnotist. In fact, this track would not have sounded out of place on an early Rising High release.

It's clear that he was the lead producer for this mix.
kevlar303

kevlar303

February 28, 2012
I feel the Club mix has held up better over time. The bassline is so deep, it makes your knees weak. Owners of the Oak Lawn release are treated to an extra special bonus in the "Last Mix" totally unrelated to the original, you get a sick ass 303 breaks with a woman repeating "Ohh, it's got me in it's spell". Classic release all around.
ShampooCell

ShampooCell

February 17, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Undoubtedly a necessity in any decent DJ's collection. This is a clubland classic; anyone who's ever been to a techno club has heard this one. "Acid party / Let's have a party," drones Maggie, as we all smile and shake our asses. I'm not a huge fan of acid house or techno, but I still love this track a lot. There's definitely some kind of universal appeal.

Amazing through and through, but the "Beats & Bass Mix" blows the others away.