LaTour ‎– E

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
162-440 813-2 LaTour E(CD, Maxi) Smash Records 162-440 813-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
12 BLN 5 La Tour* E / Blue(12") Blunted 12 BLN 5 UK 1993 Sell This Version
12 BLN 5DJ LaTour E / Blue(12", Promo) Blunted, Smash Records 12 BLN 5DJ UK 1993 Sell This Version
BLNCD 5, 858 137-2 La Tour* E / Blue(CD, Single) Blunted, Blunted BLNCD 5, 858 137-2 UK 1993 Sell This Version
BLNCD 5, 858 137-2 La Tour* E / Blue(CD, Single, Promo) Blunted, Island Records BLNCD 5, 858 137-2 UK 1993 Sell This Version
162-440 813-1 LaTour E(12") Smash Records 162-440 813-1 US 1993 Sell This Version
162-440 813-1DJ LaTour E(12", Promo) Smash Records 162-440 813-1DJ US 1993 Sell This Version
12 BLN 5DJ LaTour E / Blue(12", W/Lbl) Blunted 12 BLN 5DJ UK Unknown Sell This Version

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chimushi

chimushi

September 13, 2017
referencing E, 12", Promo, 162-440 813-1DJ
Somehow I came across this song in San Francisco in 1993. Loved it then, love it now. 25 years later I now have the Vinyl.
I will always love this song. So many nice shifts and breaks, but yet fluid. Thanks to Latour for this classic Goa Trance crossover.
TimReade

TimReade

August 28, 2017
referencing E, 12", 162-440 813-1
OMG! It's called the Sunset mix but how many dancefloors did I rock with this at sunrise?! All time legend status for this 12". Always does the business!
ledjfab

ledjfab

December 17, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
referencing E, CD, Maxi, 162-440 813-2

In an interview, William LaTour admitted at the time of this release he thought that dance music was too "unidimensional". Working with the constant pressure to make a reliable, commercial sequel to "People Are Still Having Sex", the delivery of "Home On The Range", the second and last LaTour opus, was not without problems. "E" was the last single taken out of the album. No surprise: it's probably one of the most danceable track on it, taking it's title from the growing popularity of rave parties and ecstasy. The Sunset Mix (Track 1) is a long, annoying remix, where the feel of the original is more or less diluted. Nothing very original about "Blue" being the B-Side here: it was already on the single "Cold" in 1991, but was re-issued following the huge success of the movie "Basic Instinct", in which the track is included. I feel the Nush remix was not very necessary, and can't really compete with the brilliant, powerful original version (which is still played today by the way).