• dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    BUNKERHEADZ edited 6 months ago
    Hello all,

    I'm on the hunt for a record that can be heard in the following video footage, from 10:56min - 13:33min (the video link begins at the correct timestamp):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYblIlEqgHU&t=656s

    The event in question is Dance Energy 89 (Second Summer of Love Era).

    The track is 115 BPM. It features ambient synth elements accompanied by slow tribal house/techno percussion.

    Any ideas?

    Thank you for your help in advance.

    ETA:

    So far these people did reply back and dont know Matty / Nemesis Project or Darren his manager and both probably outta London ca 1989-1991:

    Evil Eddie Richards
    Frankie Bones
    Trevor Fung
    Simon Lovejoy
    Toyin Agbetu
    Simon Law
    Mark Archer
    Judge Jules
    DJ Ju


    Matty / Nemesis Project = https://youtu.be/l3oAov3I360?t=14m36s

    Nemisis Project live @ Barn Braintree UK NYE 31-12-1989 = https://youtu.be/OPa4kMpOp3w?t=17m51s

    Nemisis Project live @ Dance Energy Ipswich UK 23-09-1989 https://youtu.be/cYblIlEqgHU?t=10m57s
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    According to the YT comments, Frankie Bones is saying he is the DJ, hes a member here, ask him.
    Reckon it might be Italian
  • BUNKERHEADZ over 2 years ago

  • Nick_G over 2 years ago

    I don't recognise it but I'd like to know what it is too. Very nice Balearic deep house. It does sound a bit like some of the tracks on an Open Spaces LP that came out on City Limits Records in 1990 but I'm not convinced it's them.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    Bumping this one! Let's try our hardest to identify this beautiful example of everything the 80s rave era stood for. :)
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    email Frankie, his profile is linked above
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    I have already contacted him last week. Patiently waiting on his reply also.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    Bumpin' this one :)
  • OldskoolDog over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire
    I have already contacted him last week. Patiently waiting on his reply also.


    Ive contacted him in the past via youtube , took him a while but he does get back to you :-)
  • OldskoolDog over 2 years ago

    I too would like to know the track names.
    At 10 mins 50 you here Frankie saying hes handing over to someone else, I cant make out the name, sounds like Hank
    https://youtu.be/cYblIlEqgHU?t=654
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    OldskoolDog
    I too would like to know the track names.
    At 10 mins 50 you here Frankie saying hes handing over to someone else, I cant make out the name, sounds like Hank
    https://youtu.be/cYblIlEqgHU?t=654


    To me, it sounded like Frankie was introducing someone from "New York City" as the next act after him...

    Upon reviewing the Dance Energy 89 flyer, we can conclude that "Inner City" was the only artist/group from the lineup that traveled to the rave from the United States (main band member, Kevin Saunderson, originally from NYC).

    That being said... we must now contact Inner City (Kevin Saunderson) in order to get some hints on what this track might be.

    Inner City Discogs:
    https://www.discogs.com/artist/3868-Inner-City
  • 8892sales over 2 years ago

    It actually sounds very Italian to me. Like a more downtempo/ambient version of an early italo house track without the typical honky tonky piano bashing keys, such as on Discomagic or DFC. Very familiar chords. Sorry I can't help more. Nice track anyway.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    A record produced by Kevin Saunderson in 1996, features a similar lead as the unknown track:

    Various – True People: The Detroit Techno Album
    React – REACTCD71
    Kevin Saunderson - E-Dancer
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5PLu4kWGSs
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    Sorry not hearing the similarity there at all.

    Hearing a fair few Italian records of this time (89-91) it sounds 100% italian to me.
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    Oh and one other thing - would take the flyer content with a very large handful of salt. The DJs on it may not be correct.
  • Nick_G over 2 years ago

    Nick_G edited over 2 years ago
    Open Spaces were Italian ;-) City Limits was a New York label so if Frankie Bones was playing it it would make sense.

    This track from that LP I mentioned previously has a similar sound, if more uptempo:

    Sunrise Paradise Garage

    There's a track on that LP called 'Sunrise Exercise' which isn't on Youtube, but I'd be curious to hear it just in case.

    Any more leads would be appreciated as I think a few of us would like to know what this is. It doesn't help that 'Balearic' doesn't seem to be listed as a style when searching on the 'Ogs.
  • BUNKERHEADZ over 2 years ago

    Nick_G
    Sunrise Exercise


    That one aint the one in the vid OP is looking for, Sunrise Exercise is somehow a sort of Chime clone and similar to Sunrise Paradise Garage.
  • Nick_G over 2 years ago

    OK thanks for that. I do remember hearing tracks off that LP years ago though and the style was a bit similar.

    I've tried looking through Italian downtempo/deep house tracks from 1989 but have drawn a blank.
  • 8892sales over 2 years ago

    The background chords sounds like that awful, awful guitar / piano balearic italo house tune from 1989 that was big a the time. Even charted IIRC, I've forgotten what it's called - BUT a much, much better more downtempo version of it. Still sounds like something on DFC to me.
  • 8892sales over 2 years ago

    man_traic
    Sorry not hearing the similarity there at all.

    Hearing a fair few Italian records of this time (89-91) it sounds 100% italian to me.
    100% agree. The K.Saunderson example the OP posted sounds nothing like the track ID, I mean nothing!
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire edited over 2 years ago
    I know it doesn't sound anything like it, except the main lead---it has some similarities. I figured that it's possible Kevin Saunderson was interested in such a sound. It was a reoccurring synth sound most commonly heard in the late 80s.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    I edited the topic title from:

    Dance Energy 89 - Atmospheric Balearic Deep House Track [1989]

    to:

    Dance Energy 89 - Atmospheric Italian Downtempo Track [1989]
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    8892sales
    The background chords sounds like that awful, awful guitar / piano balearic italo house tune from 1989 that was big a the time. Even charted IIRC, I've forgotten what it's called


    Raul Orellana?
  • man_traic over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire
    I know it doesn't sound anything like it, except the main lead---it has some similarities. I figured that it's possible Kevin Saunderson was interested in such a sound. It was a reoccurring synth sound most commonly heard in the late 80s.


    Its OK mate, you obviously have good taste in music, Your enthisasm in tracking this down is top notch. You should try listening to Italian house mixes from 88-92, lots of this sort of sound if you like it :)
  • ballmouse over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire
    OldskoolDogI too would like to know the track names.
    At 10 mins 50 you here Frankie saying hes handing over to someone else, I cant make out the name, sounds like Hank
    https://youtu.be/cYblIlEqgHU?t=654

    To me, it sounded like Frankie was introducing someone from "New York City" as the next act after him...

    Upon reviewing the Dance Energy 89 flyer, we can conclude that "Inner City" was the only artist/group from the lineup that traveled to the rave from the United States (main band member, Kevin Saunderson, originally from NYC).

    That being said... we must now contact Inner City (Kevin Saunderson) in order to get some hints on what this track might be.

    Inner City Discogs:
    https://www.discogs.com/artist/3868-Inner-City


    I think you might be going down the wrong path. I think Frankie was just saying he was getting off the mixer and who he was and that he was from "New York City".

    The track sounds very European as well. I'm not sure if anyone from New York would've played a track like that in 1989.
  • ballmouse over 2 years ago

    One user in the comments section mentioned the similarity to Mr. Monday's Keep On/Don't Stop. Sounds sort of similar, but the mixes on YouTube don't seem to match exactly the audio in the mix. The only one I couldn't find audio for was the Dub Mix as mentioned by the YouTube user.

    The flyer for the rave says Judge Jules was one of the DJs. He seems to be involved in a few Mr. Monday productions, so that might be a lead...
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    ^You might be onto something also.

    By the way, just for the record (no pun intended) - I am highly aware that there is an Italian feel to the track. (In case some of you thought I was retarded... I'm not.)

    I just wanted to go the Kevin Saunderson route first.. before I started researching the European producers. But I'm now scouting the Italian house world... checking out tracks from the 90s Italian disco-ambient-downtempo house records.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire edited over 2 years ago
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire edited over 2 years ago
    Labels that may give you hints (maybe?):

    Vibraphone Records [UCP]
    MBG International [MBG]
    Dance Floor Corporation [DFC]
    Underground Music Movement [UMM]
    Oversky Records [OVK]
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    If it helps contacted Judge Jules and no joy..also contacted Trevor Fung on the Balearic tip no joy there either...braintwister this one...Frankie does not know ...and seems also not to remember who came after....only DJ that may hold a further clue is Paul Oakenfold....awaiting to hear back from him....got someone in Miami way to listen...but it aint anything but European tho...defo italian in my book...if i catch it will post here...determined to nail this one..peace n music mistamanic aka dj manic
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    I also have a feeling dj alfredo has stuff like this up his sleeve from back in the day....manuel gottsching for one.!! i know im gettting close...
  • SeRKeT over 2 years ago

    dj_firewire
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYblIlEqgHU&t=656s


    it reminds me of
    https://www.discogs.com/artist/61151-The-Countach
    which although a year later it kinda has that feel so yes
    agreed Italian i think is probably right
  • biznotic over 2 years ago

    You may want to try Young Marco on Twitter (https://twitter.com/youngmarco2600). He compiled 2 sets of similar Italian House stuff called Welcome To Paradise https://www.discogs.com/Various-Welcome-To-Paradise-Italian-Dream-House-89-93/master/1254518 and seems to have deep knowledge of this particular sound.
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    manicman
    If it helps contacted Judge Jules and no joy..also contacted Trevor Fung on the Balearic tip no joy there either...braintwister this one...Frankie does not know ...and seems also not to remember who came after....only DJ that may hold a further clue is Paul Oakenfold....awaiting to hear back from him....got someone in Miami way to listen...but it aint anything but European tho...defo italian in my book...if i catch it will post here...determined to nail this one..peace n music mistamanic aka dj manic


    Thank you for reaching out to Judge Jules for us! We need to ask all the DJs who were there that day... and yes, Paul Oakenfold may have a slight idea if he was very active back in those days.
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    One other thought. Mickey Finn was defo there so I’ll message him. Peace n music
  • laith179 over 2 years ago

    laith179 edited about 1 year ago
    Grooverider fabio should no it
  • Nick_G over 2 years ago

    Any more updates on this?
  • dj_firewire over 2 years ago

    No updates, sorry. Been wondering if anyone has any ideas...?
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    Contacted Eddie Richards and Trevor Fung. No clue. Also contacted Mickey Finn plus Jazzy M no response from them. Plus hit other sites for track I’d. Nada. Mystery. Paul Oakenfold may have a clue plus Alfredo. Awaiting a reply. Peace n music
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    Respect to Eddie Richards and Trevor Fun for replying tho. Peace n music
  • manicman over 2 years ago

    Respect to Eddie Richards and Trevor Fun for replying tho. Peace n music
  • laith179 over 2 years ago

    The mystery continues ... the prize the ultimate ambient journey track
    good work manicman
  • Nick_G over 2 years ago

    Thanks manicman. I hope we're a bit closer to the mystery being solved.
  • Outlaw386 about 1 year ago

    Any more luck on this masterful track? Unfortunately cross checking all the links posted above and checking the music against every artist (Did this for the past week) none of the tunes are matching up although some are similar it isn't the actual track, Similar is fine but we are all here for the original tune that it is, keep the search going guys, you are all legends :)

    - Peace and love!
  • manicman about 1 year ago

    Nothing nowhere. All djs I have emailed were on the list except the Dj after Frankie Bones. Asked different forums. No joy at present tho found some good tracks along the way. Peace n music
  • manicman about 1 year ago

    Never heard back from Oakenfold tho.
  • praz about 1 year ago

    Why not ask an Italian DJ, like Claudio Coccoluto, Joe T. Vannelli,
    or the Exogroove's specialists and all the major circuit/residents and glorious, long-standing Italian DJ? ;)
  • manicman about 1 year ago

    If you know them brotha then ask them Peace n music
  • Jedi_Jones about 1 year ago

    just a thought @ 4.32 you see a yamaha synth - a d-50? listening to the arrangement it all seems a bit messy/ad hoc
    maybe its a live pa? notice the way the crowd claps and cheers at the end of the song... like you might after seeing a performance...
  • emortalz about 1 year ago

    Jedi_Jones
    just a thought @ 4.32 you see a yamaha synth - a d-50? listening to the arrangement it all seems a bit messy/ad hoc
    maybe its a live pa? notice the way the crowd claps and cheers at the end of the song... like you might after seeing a performance...


    The more i listen to it the more i tend to agree with you. It would be a shame though if it was a live perfomance and not an actual song we can download.
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

    emortalz
    It would be a shame though if it was a live perfomance and not an actual song we can download.
    Or even better buy on vinyl.
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    Jedi_Jones
    just a thought @ 4.32 you see a yamaha synth - a d-50? listening to the arrangement it all seems a bit messy/ad hoc
    maybe its a live pa? notice the way the crowd claps and cheers at the end of the song... like you might after seeing a performance...


    This is the theory I'm most inclined to accept at this time.
  • Outlaw386 about 1 year ago

    Jedi_Jones
    just a thought @ 4.32 you see a yamaha synth - a d-50? listening to the arrangement it all seems a bit messy/ad hoc
    maybe its a live pa? notice the way the crowd claps and cheers at the end of the song... like you might after seeing a performance...


    I have to admit you might have a point , i would rather hear this from the DJ's themselves however because this makes absolutely sure, otherwise we are just going on ideas and not fact unfortunately, Its funny one of the most powerful tunes I hear from this Rave is one of the ones to go underground - You would think it would be used so much all the Old Skool DJ's would know off the top of their head, its so simplisticly powerful. Ah well, hopefully it will surface, keep it up guys!
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    Guys - here's my suggestion:

    Contact the original video owner (thekinolibrary) and request for a full length tape:

    http://www.kinolibrary.com. < Clip ref DT1 >

    If we can view the entire recording for context on this track, then most of our questions may be answered.
  • laith179 about 1 year ago

    I am on a tangerine dream trail ... i have a feeling its early 80s ambient
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    Doesnt sound like Tangerine Dream IMO but best of luck :)
  • Nick_G about 1 year ago

    More likely to come from Bologna than Berlin I think ;-)
  • Jedi_Jones about 1 year ago

    i am sorry if my thoughts have disappointed some :), its just a theory and if this was a vinyl i'd be in the queue to buy it.
    when i first heard it reminded me of this B side - the A side is shocking so please dont bother- but the B side...up there with insync - storm (well almost)

    https://www.discogs.com/Heaven-Earth-Ascension-Into-Heaven/release/205648

    yes i know its 94 but sound like what you want
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    Do you happen to have a rip of it? Not on youtube. thanks for the tip!
  • Nick_G about 1 year ago

    It's on Soundcloud:

    https://soundcloud.com/heaven-and-earth/reincarnation

    Sort of similar-sounding but it's not that one. It also dates from 1994, whereas the track we're after would appear to be from 1989.

    Very nice track though.
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    OK I spoke to the guy at Kinolibrary.

    Here is his response.
    'Hi James,

    Good to hear from you! Unfortunately I can't help you with the house track playing in the video, but there is indeed more of the film before 10:56. We have a very large archive of rave footage, and we'll work on getting the rest of that video uploaded to youtube soon.

    Thanks for getting in touch,'

    Looks like we will hear something soon...
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    ^That's great news, man_traic! Thanks for reaching out to the owner of the film.
  • laith179 about 1 year ago

    frankie bones saying i wish i could continue but it time to turn it over to someone else right now we have ???
  • manicman about 1 year ago

    Excellent the video footage could be uploaded. If I can glimpse who was on the dex it’s almost in the bag. I have exhausted all DJ avenues. It’s a damn shame mickey Finn did not reply I’m convinced he knows. Trevor Fung recognises the track so my opinion it is defo a released track. peace n music
  • manicman about 1 year ago

    Btw. It’s defo not tangerine dream ambient they maybe but no real acid house flavas in their domain. It’s defo Italian in my book and again DJ Alfredo could be another avenue to ask
  • Nick_G about 1 year ago

    Nick_G edited about 1 year ago
    Could it be a live PA by Mr. Monday? It sounds almost like a more chilled version of this:

    Mr. Monday - Keep On (3am Mix)

    Especially this bit: https://youtu.be/rdjbLEU7M3Y?t=133

    It was released on a compilation called 'Acid House Volume One' on BPM Records, which, IIRC was connected to Tony Thorpe

    Are we getting warmer yet?
  • Nick_G about 1 year ago

    Nick_G edited about 1 year ago
    Another Balearic mix by Mr. Monday that has a similar chilled groove:

    If? - Saturdays Angels (Mr. Monday's Last Minute Mellow Mix)

    That wanted tune really does sound like one of his productions.
  • ShadixAced about 1 year ago

    Isn't this video another part of the same "rave" you're talking about ?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=648UkmmTG5w
  • ShadixAced about 1 year ago

    Because if it's linked to the same party, someone released a tracklist for this video:

    Corporation of One - So Where Are You (Hashish Dub)
    Latin Rage - Sueno Latino (Extended Remix)
    J.D. - Good Vibrations
    BCN Orchestra - Quien Tu Te Crees?
    Bits & Pieces 89 (R/U/DEF/BOY. Mix)
    Looney Tunes Vol 1 - Another Time, Another Place
    Unknown
    Shiela - Acid Kiss (Hacienda Mix)
    Liaisons-D - Heartbeat
    The Centrefield Assignment - Mi Casa (DJ's Dope Long Mix)
    The KLF - 3 AM Eternal (Blue Danube Orbital Mix)
    Mickey Oliver - In-Ten-Si-T (Dash Rip Rock mix).
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    a friendly and helpful Italian DJ who might be able to help would be Leo Mas, he's available on Felchbook if anyone wants to hit him up. he's had a go at ID'ing some for me in recent times. this could be his forte if the track indeed is originating outta Italiano.
    x

    (Posted on behalf of miao.www)
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    ShadixAced
    Because if it's linked to the same party, someone released a tracklist for this video:

    Corporation of One - So Where Are You (Hashish Dub)
    Latin Rage - Sueno Latino (Extended Remix)
    J.D. - Good Vibrations
    BCN Orchestra - Quien Tu Te Crees?
    Bits & Pieces 89 (R/U/DEF/BOY. Mix)
    Looney Tunes Vol 1 - Another Time, Another Place
    Unknown
    Shiela - Acid Kiss (Hacienda Mix)
    Liaisons-D - Heartbeat
    The Centrefield Assignment - Mi Casa (DJ's Dope Long Mix)
    The KLF - 3 AM Eternal (Blue Danube Orbital Mix)
    Mickey Oliver - In-Ten-Si-T (Dash Rip Rock mix).


    This tracklist is for an unrelated set from this event.
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    Love the twins in that video lol
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

    man_traic
    Love the twins in that video lol
    Whereabouts?

    Those clown looking geezers with the clown hats, clothes and hair always looked like knobs though. Jason Donovan also a knob :P
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

    I bet if/when this track is ever ided it'll be selling like £300.00+ or something on the marketplace :(
  • man_traic about 1 year ago

    8892sales
    man_traicLove the twins in that video lolWhereabouts?

    Those clown looking geezers with the clown hats, clothes and hair always looked like knobs though. Jason Donovan also a knob :P


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=648UkmmTG5w&t=1292
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

  • Biology89 about 1 year ago

    I'd asked about this track on YT and someone suggested that the intro had sampled Ghost In You by The Psychedelic Furs. Don't think it's a remix of that though.
  • Outlaw386 about 1 year ago

    Anymore information on this guys? Im really at a loss what song it is?
  • laith179 about 1 year ago

    no from me ... its the holy grail
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    I recently checked thekinolibrary (film owner's) YouTube and did not see any new uploads for a continuation of this film.

    Whoever emailed them for the full-length video, can perhaps... follow up to get an ETA on the upload.
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    Any updates fellas?
  • imwilliam about 1 year ago

    biznotic
    You may want to try Young Marco on Twitter (https://twitter.com/youngmarco2600). He compiled 2 sets of similar Italian House stuff called Welcome To Paradise https://www.discogs.com/Various-Welcome-To-Paradise-Italian-Dream-House-89-93/master/1254518 and seems to have deep knowledge of this particular sound.


    tweeted at young marco just now, not sure if anyone else did. we'll see if he gets back. just stumbled onto the video and subsequently this thread and i gotta know too.
  • Meltdown_01 about 1 year ago

    I don't see the point that the wanted track is definitely italian and from the late 80s. Maybe we have to widen our point of view.

    Eddie Evil Richards played some hi nrg disco stuff from the early and mid 80s at the event too so maybe we have to enlarge our focus on the whole 80s era?

    I don't think that it has something to do with it but the intro of our wanted track sounds somehow similar to some soundtrack work of Jan Hammer for the early Miami Vice shows.

    Furthermore check out this track: Art of Noise - Camilla (1986). It sounds somehow similiar and has also that kind of laid back vibe.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKyO0IJA5P8
  • dj_firewire about 1 year ago

    Do we have any new leads... ideas... hints.. that we can explore?

    The person who contacted the company responsible for uploading the original video on YouTube - can you please follow up with them and find out if they have uploaded any more clips from this tape?
  • laith179 about 1 year ago

    no new leads from me ... hit a dead end
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

    laith179
    no new leads from me ... hit a dead end
    Yep. At one stage I thought I nearly found it but no show :(
  • djxray about 1 year ago

    Jesus, I actually went to that rave - think I still may have the Karma Productions/Dance 89 long sleeved top somewhere ...iirc it was in or near Colchester. Apart from the Sunrise : A Midsummer Nights Dream , it was the best Acid rave I ever went (and I went to nearly all of them) definitely the best, Energy rave at least. As for the track, best of luck finding it. It’s going to be seriously difficult mate.
  • BUNKERHEADZ about 1 year ago

    I might have a lead, but someone need to dig out / source the flyer, Simon Lovejoy (one of the pioneers of the UK House scene that doesnt get the credits and respect he should get!) did live pa's at that time, including live percussion and with that tribal balearic ambient vibe...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r9LuwjxgT8w

    Worth looking into that perhaps...
  • BUNKERHEADZ about 1 year ago

    I messaged him on FB, lets hope he replies :)
  • iMiaowzik about 1 year ago

    livfe would be yer man but he's been vilified / banished / slaughtered / hung out to dry :(
  • 8892sales about 1 year ago

    iMiaowzik
    livfe would be yer man but he's been vilified / banished / slaughtered / hung out to dry :(
    By whom?

    Edit: Nevermind, just clicked on that link...
  • BUNKERHEADZ about 1 year ago

    Simon just replied, it aint him unfortunately :(

    Hi Eric the YouTube link in your discussion group is awesome totally similar to my sort of thing juno chords casio yamaha perc but not me I remember the rave well I used to do live perc at energy and a live pa or two that particular gig my friend Adam Proto was the scout for the venue it was the 3rd attempt amazing night then I went home and wrote The Rave is on has the same tempo and chds perc etc big love to u all x
  • iMiaowzik about 1 year ago

    livfe was Simon Lovejoy's driver/a&r/DJ and would've most likely been there.
    NordsRecords might be able to investigate this further for you.
    x
  • iMiaowzik about 1 year ago

    Just clocked Eric's, so my advice is kinda defunct, I guess. Sorry!
  • laith179 about 1 year ago

    The mystery continues....
  • Meltdown_01 about 1 year ago

    Very tricky this one. I could imagine that this is some kind of b-side track from a record of the mid or late 80s. Some kind of dub thing.

    I will ask a record specialist in Hamburg town and let you know the result. He is a specialist in rare tracks from the past decades.
  • laith179 12 months ago

    Any news ...
  • ARPon 12 months ago

    In my wantlist, but as already stated above this sounds like a live act to me too..
  • laith179 12 months ago

    yes me too afterwards people are clapping ... gotta be a pa
  • laith179 12 months ago

    laith179 edited 12 months ago
    Line up

    soul to soul
    bomb the bass
    mc merlin
    smiley culture

    dj richie rich
    little louise vega - replaced by frankie bones due to legal reasons vega did not want to play at illegal event .
    paul trouble anderson
    evil eddie richards
    judge jules
    fabio
    paul oakenfold
    jazy b
    jumping jack frost

    I got a feeling its smiley culture pa

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