Vienna ‎– Tell Me

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Palmares Records ‎– PL 304
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Pressed with centre labels on the opposite sides to the side indications.

© & ℗ 1991 Many Edizioni Musicali SRL
Distributed by Flying Records

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout A): PL 304-1L 5.2.91 Inzadi
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout B): PL 304·2L 5.2.91 Inzadi
  • Barcode: 3101000005501
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

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wildtimes

wildtimes

June 29, 2018
Still drop the Innerspace Mix today.
Fantastic track.
Whatever happened to 1990/91....
controlremote

controlremote

October 22, 2015
Tell Me (Innerspace Mix), as played by grooverider back in the day....
susej

susej

October 17, 2009

I had the chance to witness that very interesting period that was the beginning of the 90s with all those styles and genres of Dance music creating a real club culture clash.
The italian club scene was hot and like often some very slick produced slices were coming from the land of pizzas and awesome music.
This record made its day through a collection that get rid of most of this kind of records.
But this one will stay with me.
The reason is simple, slick production, catchy beats, uplifting bass, funny and trippy synths and an overall warm clubby-rave-party vibe that is imo unique.
A lot of the european production of this type of music was more darker (Belgium, Germany, Holland,) or more naive (happy hardcore, gabber and co).

There are IMO 2 fantastic tracks on this EP:

•Tell Me - The Normal Mix
is a real uplifting Clubby Rave Tune. A real track to get the people dance in the club back in the day. A killer Break shifts the track to a more latino-italo-house vibe.

•Tell Me - The Innerspace Mix
This is truly a "bleep" classic in my collection.
The track has a much more Rave after-party vibe.
A very sweet airy synth keeps this track going to the sky.
A nice track to watch the sun rise while you were dancing and having 21st century day dreams scrolling in front of your eyes.

A true underrated early 90s classic.