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MotorcycleAs The Rush Comes

Sello:Armind – armd1001
Formato:
Vinilo, 12", 45 RPM
País:Netherlands
Publicado:
Género:Electronic
Estilo:Trance, Progressive Trance

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AAs The Rush Comes (Gabriel & Dresden Sweeping Strings Mix)10:38
BAs The Rush Comes (Armin van Buuren's Universal Religion Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Armin van Buuren
9:53
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Produced for Nettwerk: Ornadel Management - recorded in San Francisco, Ca
Published by Copyright Control / Taxi Girl Music (ASCAP).
Remix and additional production on B for Armin Audio
Armin van Buuren is exclusively managed by Armada Music

Licensed courtesy of Nettwerk:Ornadel Management
(p) & (c) 2003 Motorcycle - under exclusive license to Armada Music
Distributed by Astral Music

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Código de Barras: 8717306930093
  • Entidad de gestión colectiva: Biem/Stemra
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Runout side A): 08 52546 20 1A1 ARMD 1001 -PS-
  • Matriz/zona muerta (Runout side B): 08 52546 20 1B1 ARMD 1001

Otras versiones (5 de 63)Ver Todos

Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
As The Rush Comes (12", Test Pressing, Single Sided)Not On LabelGAND 001UK2003
As The Rush Comes (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Promo, Test Pressing)ArmindARMD1001Netherlands2003
As The Rush Comes (12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)Positiva12TIVDJX203UK2003
As The Rush Comes (12", Promo)Positiva12TIVDJ-203UK2003
As The Breaks Come (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Unofficial Release, White Label, Stickered)Not On Label (Motorcycle)MOTOR001UK2003

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adylee
also note that Armin Van Buuren's Universal Religion Remix is a transcode MP3 on the CD single to be honest most of his mixes are god knows what's up with this guy near all his mixes are garbage MP3 good job his mix is dire compared to the other mixes!
his mix of Riva ‎– Time Is The Healer was the same he must throw the master tape the day after when he's done ;)

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adylee
how bad has the music industry got re release this great track but with crap mixes in mp3 they go hand in hand!
in the early days we bought CDs in pure digital lossless sound.
what we got today garbage mixes in garbage MP3 well I won't state where they can stick it.

but the CD single I'll be sticking it in my SACD player
how people can listen to these new mixes in mp3 compared to the original mixes in lossless is above & beyond me.:)
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Kuulintu
I've come to the conclusion that Armin Van Buuren hates uplifting trance. Otherwise it's impossible to understand why in the world Above & Beyond's Dynaglide Remix didn't make it on this record. Two progressive tracks and zero uplifters. And Armin's own remix is just downright apalling to top it off. I just don't get this guy.
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seanmhome
Still one of my favorites after many years. Was the version on Tiesto's Nyana mix compilation (billed as "Exclusive Demo Mix") released elsewhere? I've always preferred it to the "Sweeping Strings Mix" even though the differences are subtle.
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scout_tryxx
Editado hace 15 años
Two classic mixes on one vinyl. The G&D mix aims at the progheads out there...chunky, melodic and containing, quite frankly, one of the most recognisable lyrics in trance. Absolutely lush...but Armin, takes it to the next level, transforming the original into a melodic trance behemoth, with devastating results on the dancefloor. Hard to pick between them as they are very different yet both highly appealing!
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djrichmatthews
Editado hace 17 años
Originally heard this about June of 2003 on a promo only cd-single that only had an instrumental version of the Sweeping Strings mix on it. Interestingly, the song's title was "As The Rush Comes On" and was billed to "Gabriel & Dresden present Motorcycle." I'm guessing they dropped the "On" when they added the vocals to the main release as it would have been much less catchy with the extra word (On) given the song's arrangement.
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djste03
Editado hace 17 años
A true meaning of a trance record very dreamy with powerful vocals... Gabriel & Dresden should both be proud of themselves with this release.