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HypertrophyJust Come Back 2 Me

Sello:Dos Or Die Recordings – DOS 041, Arcade Music Company – 8800658
Formato:
CD, Maxi-Single
País:Germany, Austria, & Switzerland
Publicado:
Género:Electronic
Estilo:Trance, Euro House

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1Just Come Back 2 Me (Radio Edit)3:01
2Just Come Back 2 Me (DJ Thoka's Extended Mix)
RemixDJ Thoka
6:24
3Escape From Heaven (Edited Version)7:12
4Tu3:31
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Published by Sony Music Publishing/ATV Music.
Produced for Ty-Phon Musicproduction.

℗+© 1997 Dos Or Die Recordings
Marketed by Dos Or Die, distributed by Arcade
Distributed by ADS, a distribution division of Arcade Music Company GmbH
Exclusive distribution Switzerland: Exclusa/Steinhausen
Exclusive distribution Austria: Arcade Handels GmbH

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Código de Barras (Text): 4 014548 006581
  • Código de Barras (String): 4014548006581
  • Código del sello: LC 4731
  • Matriz/zona muerta: BOD ARC 8800658
  • Código SID de masterizado: IFPI L357
  • Entidad de gestión colectiva: STEMRA

Otras versiones (5 de 27)Ver Todos

Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
Just Come Back 2 Me (Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Dos Or Die RecordingsDOS 058Germany1997
Just Come Back 2 Me (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)Dos Or Die Recordings, Dos Or Die RecordingsDOS 041, 8812658Germany1997
Just Come Back 2 Me (12", 45 RPM)Do It Yourself EntertainmentDIY 13 - 97Italy1997
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Just Come Back 2 Me (Remixes) (CD, Maxi-Single)Dos Or Die Recordings, Arcade Music CompanyDOS 058, 8800944Germany, Austria, & Switzerland1997
Just Come Back 2 Me (CD, Maxi-Single)PositivaCDTIV-80UK1997

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Avatar de kingprawn65
Editado hace 3 meses
Very big tune in underground trance clubs in London at the time but I seem to remember the record company held up the British release so long that the buzz had slightly gone by the time it was released. Back in those days some tunes would have to wait for up to a year from their first plays on a white label or import on Kiss FM etc until they got a full British release. I remember Lucid's first big hit was held back for ages but was a big pop crossover when it finally came out but with others tunes holding them back wasn't so successful.