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Tracklist

1998 (Radio Edit)3:34
1998 (Paul Van Dyk Remix)10:11
1998 (Binary Finary Classic Mix)8:01

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Notes

For the releases in 1999/2000/2004, record companies adapted the release title to the release year.
Later reissues uniformly used the original title "1998".

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    Cover of 1998, 1998-08-10, CD1998
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    Addiction Records – ADICT058CDAustralia1998Australia1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998-09-28, Vinyl1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Positiva – 12TIV-98, Positiva – 7243 8 85992 6 9UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, CD1998
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    Orbit Records – 8 95310 2, Virgin – 8 95310 2Germany1998Germany1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Kinetic Records – 0-44565US1998US1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998, CD1998
    CD, Single
    Aquarius (2) – AQUACDS16UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", 45 RPM
    Orbit Records – ORBIT 003Germany1998Germany1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998-09-14, Vinyl1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Promo, White Label
    Positiva – 12TIVDJX-098UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998-09-28, CD1998
    CD, Single
    Positiva – CDTIV-98, Positiva – 7243 8 85992 2 1UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", 45 RPM, Promo
    Positiva – 12TIVDJ98, Aquarius (2) – 12TIVDJ98UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12"
    Vale Music – VLMX 223Spain1998Spain1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998, CD1998
    CD, Single, Promo
    Positiva – CDTIVDJ 98UK1998UK1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Ground Level – 980005Belgium1998Belgium1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, CD1998
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    MNW ILR – AQUACDS 16Scandinavia1998Scandinavia1998
    1998
    12", Promo, Single Sided, White Label
    Aquarius (2) – AQUA 16UK1998UK1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", 45 RPM
    Orbit Records – noneGermany1998Germany1998
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998, 1998, CD1998
    CD, Single
    Addiction Records – ADICT058CDHAustralia1998Australia1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998, Vinyl1998
    12", White Label, 45 RPM, Stickered
    Positiva – 12TIVDJ 98UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1998, 1998-10-23, CDr1998
    CDr, Promo
    Kinetic Records – noneUS1998US1998
    New Submission
    Cover of 1998, 1998-09-14, Vinyl1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label
    Positiva – 12TIVDJX-098UK1998UK1998
    New Submission
    1998
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
    Positiva – 12 TIV 98UK1998UK1998
    Cover of 1999, 1999-08-16, Vinyl1999
    12", 45 RPM
    Positiva – 12TIV-118, Positiva – 7243 8 87519 6 4UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999-02-08, CD1999
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Orbit Records – 8 95664 2Germany1999Germany1999
    Cover of 1999, 1999, Vinyl1999
    2×12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
    Orbit Records – DMDOrbit017, DMD – DMDOrbit017Germany1999Germany1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, CD1999
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Wiggle Records – 7243 8 87956 2 3Netherlands1999Netherlands1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, Vinyl1999
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    24 Records – TW 16Italy1999Italy1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999-08-16, CD1999
    CD, Single, CD1
    Positiva – CDTIV-118, Aquarius (2) – 7243 8 87520 2 2UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, Vinyl1999
    12", Promo, 45 RPM
    Positiva – 12TIVDJ118UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999-08-16, CD1999
    CD, Single, CD2
    Positiva – CDTIVS-118, Aquarius (2) – 7243 8 87519 2 6UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1998 / 1999, 1999, Vinyl1998 / 1999
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Vale Music – VLMX 268Spain1999Spain1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, CD1999
    CD, Single, Stereo
    Wiggle Records – 7243 8 87957 2 2Netherlands1999Netherlands1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, CD1999
    CD, Single, Promo
    Positiva – CDTIVDJ118UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, Vinyl1999
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    24 Records – TW 09Italy1999Italy1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, Vinyl1999
    2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Promo
    Orbit Records – noneGermany1999Germany1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 1999, 1999, CD1999
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Addiction Records – ADICT058CDXRAustralia1999Australia1999
    Recently Edited
    1999
    Acetate, 12", 45 RPM
    Not On Label – noneUK1999UK1999
    New Submission
    Cover of 1999, 1999-02-08, CD1999
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Orbit Records – 8 95664 2, Orbit Records – 7243 8 95664 2 0Germany1999Germany1999
    New Submission
    Cover of 2000, 2000-01-00, Vinyl2000
    12", 45 RPM
    Orbit Records – DMDOrbit040Germany2000Germany2000
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 2000, 2000, CD2000
    CD, Maxi-Single
    Orbit Records – 8 96657 2, Orbit Records – 7243 8 96657 2 7Germany2000Germany2000
    Recently Edited
    Cover of 2000, 2000, Vinyl2000
    12", 45 RPM, Promo
    Orbit Records – noneGermany2000Germany2000
    Cover of 2000, 2000, Vinyl2000
    12", 45 RPM, White Label
    Orbit Records – noneGermany2000Germany2000

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    Reviews

    • JUSTGROOVES's avatar
      JUSTGROOVES
      Edited one month ago
      No ones wrong and no ones right on these different mixes as it's all subjective. It's down to taste and what it means to you. PVD mix is my favorite. It's the one that was played lots back in the day while clubbing and it brings back happy memories. Simple as that!
      • In2VinylUK's avatar
        In2VinylUK
        Anyone know if this is the full length version around 9 minutes .. or the edited 1 Positiva put out on the main release ?
        • josteih's avatar
          josteih
          '1998 (Binary Finary Classic Mix)' is the original version, with the 'animal' sound at approx 4:15.
          • kgbeats's avatar
            kgbeats
            It’s a notoriously quiet version, has to be made on xerox copier
            • Solarcaine's avatar
              Solarcaine
              I also had problems beatmatching this track specifically because it's all over the place. Assuming it was recorded from live instruments for whatever reason and they later had to go back to edit it. I specifically came here to check the price and because i like the 1998 (Dave Ralph's Fear & Loathing Mix) the best. I used to demonstrate that on Sashas forms lol. weird pressing.
              • derkjanpape's avatar
                derkjanpape
                Last track of the legendary Tiësto set at Energy 2000 in Eindhoven (the Netherlands)
                • Tedster41's avatar
                  Tedster41
                  Edited 11 months ago
                  A lot of people don't like Positiva for chopping down the tracks here, me included, but they're not the only one. I've done some investigating and the durations of each track vary wildly depending on the release. I've got a list of each track and all their different durations below:
                  1998 (Original Mix, Binary Finary Mix, Binary Finary Classic Mix, Classic Mix, Original Binary Finary Mix, Binary Finary Mix Edit) 8:02, 5:24
                  1998 (Paul van Dyk Remix) 10:30, 10:11, 9:49, 7:10
                  1998 (Matt Darey Mix, Matt Darey Remix) 9:30, 9:10, 7:15, 6:42
                  1998 (Dave Ralph's Fear & Loathing Mix) 11:24
                  1999 (Kaycee Remix, Key Cee Remix) 6:50, 5:51
                  1999 (Gouryella Remix) 7:06
                  • tomnoddyshop's avatar
                    tomnoddyshop
                    In my top 10 Trance ever. These are the 2 mixes you want. Both excellent. As soon as the Kaycee Remix starts the bass grabs you. It's a little more laid-back compared to the flip, but with that instantly recognisable "vocal stabs" in the break. Beautiful strings, then the filtered lead pluck slowly opening to the climax - nice! The second main break has the lead an octave higher, this is actually a great arrangement. Now the Gouryella Remix is different. To sum it up in a word would be 'intense'! It's probably the most euphoric, high energy, rushing trance track that reached commercial success. It is pure euphoria, ecstasy! With the usual Ferry Corsten bassline, the track chuggs along to the breakdown where the distorted digital lead and organ-esque pads surround you, it's like a mix of an epic cinematic film and a church organ at full volume. The build up is intense with the ever-climbing supersaw lead going up and up. When it drops, it drops hard and fast. This is Trance, '99 Trance.
                    • Mr.TomServo's avatar
                      Mr.TomServo
                      Edited 2 years ago
                      Wow. Here we are in 2022, and no one has actually reviewed the original release for this classic? For shame...

                      Well, I already commented on the "1999" version (especially the ace Gouryella remix), but this legendary record came first, and for me, that designation has very little to do with the massively hyped but ultimately less interesting PvD remix. Seriously, everybody played that one endlessly, and while I do think it's a good tune, the "Binary Finary Classic" mix is waaaaay more dynamic and interesting (to my ears and brain, anyway). Is it melodic trance? Hard trance? Psychedelic trance? Progressive trance? I think the answer to all these questions is "yes," as the track slides and morphs through all those styles as it evolves and plays out over a glorious and eccentric 8 minutes. This is one of those one-off, lightning-in-a-bottle, never-to-be-replicated kind of tunes.

                      Sadly, it's rare these days, so if you don't already have it, you'll likely have to cough up a few duckets. But within reason, I say "do it"; you will not be disappointed.
                      • BlueMoonWax's avatar
                        BlueMoonWax
                        I played a bootleg version of the Jam X & De Leon remix featuring Saturday vocals as the opening track to a family disco years back & I still remember my Nan saying along the lines of 'what's this, a bloody funeral?' when the opening pads started. Still makes me laugh now coz it sounds just the kind of thing that'd be played at one with its sombre tones

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