Chicane ‎– Autumn Tactics

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Xtravaganza Recordings ‎– XTR 670541 6
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Vinyl, 12"
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(P)&(C) 2000 Xtravaganza Recordings Ltd.
Taken from the album "Behind the Sun"
SIAE/BIEM
Made in Italy

Otras Versiones (5 de 13) Ver Todos

Cat. nº Artista Título (Formato) Sello Cat. nº País Año
MDA001 Chicane Autumn Tactics(3xFile, MP3, 320) Modena Records MDA001 UK 2012
XTRAV17CDP Chicane Autumn Tactics(CD, Single, Promo) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV17CDP UK 2000 Vender esta versión
CDSIN 443 TS Chicane Autumn Tactics(CD, Single) Xtravaganza Recordings CDSIN 443 TS South Africa 2000 Vender esta versión
XTR 669930 2 Chicane Autumn Tactics(CD, Maxi) Xtravaganza Recordings XTR 669930 2 UK 2000 Vender esta versión
XTR 669930 6 Chicane Autumn Tactics(12") Xtravaganza Recordings XTR 669930 6 UK 2000 Vender esta versión

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RogueNation

RogueNation

1 de mayo de 2016
The Thrillseekers mix on the vinyl is longer then the one that appears on the CD and digital release.
cgiorgalletos

cgiorgalletos

24 de noviembre de 2015
I wish there was music like this today as of 2015 !!
Excellent track , just grab your cocktail and hit the beach.
I Agree with neocosm, go with end of summer mix.
neocosm

neocosm

16 de mayo de 2013
editado over 5 years ago

What can I say? In a time when trance music was losing it's integrity (at least I see it that way) as a serious genre of dance music, Balearic house just kept on pumping it's special little heart and took the whole 'Trance' thing straight to the beach. By the time this track came out in 2000, Chicane's music was already established as a fairly big player in the Ibiza scene. He exposed Justine Suissa to the much larger trance music crowd and this particular track is particularly lovely because of her somehow mysterious, and melancholy vocals.

If you have my opinion, skip the Thrillseekers mix, which looks to create yet another anthemic hands in the air track out of an original mix which, on Chicane's 'Behind the Sun' album, is a powerful, and nostalgic wrench. The other remix, "End of Summer", was not met with as much success like Chicane's other singles (Offshore, Saltwater) however it is the same deal as you can expect from Bracegirdle: Moving beach melodies, opening up with shakers and other reminiscent Ibiza themes, and moving into a trance beat which we can all appreciate in the context of sunshine in the Mediterranean.

It's a good purchase. It's not required. But it will always make you think of Summer.