Westbam ‎– Let Yourself Go! (Slam Signal Mix)

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Let Yourself Go! (Slam Signal Mix) 5:09
Mr. Peanut 5:41
Drop The Bomb 5:02

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TIM

TIM

October 4, 2014
referencing Let Yourself Go! (The Bing Bing Remix), 12", 865 651-1

The Bing Bing mix took the original to a rave destination. The break into the housier part that features the baseline is sick. Back in 1993 I didn't know this was a remix and it was my introduction to Westbam. First 30 seconds grabbed everyone's attention. A slice of history of what rave could be for me as a 17 year old then...

"Right here, right now!"
Jani09

Jani09

February 17, 2011
referencing Let Yourself Go! (The Bing Bing Remix), 12", 865 651-1
The Endlos Remix was re-released in 1995 as a seperate single sided 12" namend "Endlos" (also Low Spirit).
reyez187

reyez187

December 13, 2005
edited over 15 years ago
referencing Let Yourself Go, 12", Promo, WHITE 002

I never was very keen on 'Let Yourself Go', the title track of this record and neither are you, probably. The cut one should be after is 'Mr. Peanut' on the flipside. Nor production wise, nor dj wise I am or was a big Westbam and I'll never be one, too. Shurely he's got some merits for his 'Monkey Say, Monkey Do' track, but quite frankly: who gives a d*mn about that one? I'd never thought that he'd have had that slight edge to make a record special without going for the obvious. 'Mr. Peanut' proves the contrary and just has that slight 'extra' touch. With this release Westbam is really out on a limb while he takes it on a greasy epic technotip. The result is pure haunting dancefloor bliss. Still in many A-list dj's crates nowadays. If you ever see one of these copies around: please yourself and pick it up. You'll never have any regrets. Plenty of represses around which can be purchased at pretty low prices. Timeless techno sleaze!