Various ‎– Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me

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DJ Q The End Of The Beginning 8:21
Sunship Try Me Out 6:14
Kid Loops Crazy Lloyd 5:50
The Fire This Time Reluctant Warrior (ADF Mix) 4:35
Trailermen Better Love 8:16
The Amalgamation Of Soundz Moments Like This 5:21
The Hoops Marveloso 6:41
The Fire This Time I Love Tha Future (Click 'n' Cycle Mix) 4:57
DJ Q Glasgow's Jazz (Derrick Carter Mix) 7:49
Kid Loops Micro 5:01
Chubby Grooves Dansak 5:00
TAOS* Keyvan's Paper (Document 3) 3:23

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FILT033CD Various Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(CD, Comp) Filter FILT033CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
FILT033DLP Various Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(2xLP, Comp) Filter FILT033DLP UK 1998 Sell This Version
FILT033CD, FILT 033CD Various Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(CD, Comp) Filter, Filter FILT033CD, FILT 033CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
RRCD-85212 Various Filter - Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(CD, Comp) Rhythm Republic RRCD-85212 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
3984 25435-2 Various Filter - Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(CD, Comp) Warner Music France 3984 25435-2 France 1998 Sell This Version
UL 1034-2 Various Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me(CD) Ultra Records UL 1034-2 US 1999 Sell This Version

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Risingson

Risingson

October 18, 2019
referencing Elvis Never Meant Shit To Me, CD, Comp, FILT033CD

How cool was 1998. This Filter compilation with a catchy title has several artists from their rooster and it was widely distributed, way more widely than the rest of the Filter catalogue. There are some real jewels here: Derrick Carter ignores "Glasgow's Jazz" to make a re edit of Prince's "Sexy Dancer", Trailermen does bring a very jam session feel to "Better Love" (I really like the productions from this guy from that era), Sunship does a glorious fantastic brazillian broken beat/house jam in "Marveloso" with another name, and as for the rest the instrumental mix of Kid Loops makes you forget of the heressy of the original and the The Amalgamation Of Soundz one is nice enough, but the ones that end up being really catchy are the remixes of The Fire This Time.

But can we talk about how extremely unnerving and uncanny is the first track by Dj Q? It is basically a very tense discussion sampled under a trip hop rhythm, and somehow it makes me so sad.