Jam & Spoon Feat. PlavkaKaleidoscope Skies

Label:Dance Pool – JAM 664412 6, JAM! – JAM 664412 6
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Techno, Downtempo, Trance


This Side
AKaleidoscope Skies (Club Mix)
ScratchesKut Master Kay
VocalsAl Agami, Plavka
The Other Side
B1I Pull My Gun Once5:03
B2I Pull My Gun Twice5:20

Companies, etc.



Recorded & Mixed at The Allstar Warehouse, Frankfurt, Germany.

A side uses an uncredited sample of Madonna's "Justify My Love".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 099766 441269
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5099766441269
  • Label Code: LC 6772
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL / BIEM
  • Other (Sony Code): 12-664412-20

Other Versions (5 of 22)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Kaleidoscope Skies (CD, Single, Cardboard sleeve)Dance Pool, JAM!JAM 664412 1Europe1997
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Kaleidoscope Skies (CD, Maxi-Single)JAM!, Dance PoolJAM 664412 2Germany1997
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Kaleidoscope Skies (Remixes) (CD, Maxi-Single)JAM!JAM 664412 5Germany1997
Kaleidoscope Skies (CD, Maxi-Single, Stereo)Epic, Jam!, Dance Pool664761 2UK1997
Kaleidoscope Skies (Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)JAM!JAM 664412 8Germany1997



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    Edited 17 years ago
    Don't worry about the laughably bad 'Kaleidoscope Skies', head straight for 'I Pull My Gun Once' and 'I Pull My Gun Twice'. These two tracks are actually really one track in two segments, with 'I Pull My Gun Once' flowing faultlessly into 'I Pull My Gun Twice'.

    'I Pull My Gun Once' throws away the dance music rule book, and is actually a heavy metal record in the death metal mould! With the tribal beats gaining momentum throughout, it's like the march of the Orks in a Lord Of The Rings movie as they approach a battle. The track then breaks down into an emotional 'Follow Me' type breakdown, has some daft vocals about "I pull my gun once, I pull my gun twice, I pull the trigger because it is nice", and re-emerges as 'I Pull My Gun Twice'.

    'I Pull My Gun Twice' picks up the baton from 'I Pull My Gun Once' and rushes headlong into plucked string led symphonic euro trance - think 'Seven Days & One Week' by BBE.

    All in all an excellent underrated pair of tracks from the original trance masters that will challenge clubbers perceptions of what dance music is, and would make an excellent start to any trance set.


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