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Turquoise (Mix 1)
Turquoise (Mix 2)

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    Cover of Turquoise, 1999-04-00, VinylTurquoise
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM
    Circulation – CMP 009UK1999UK1999
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, VinylTurquoise
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 1/2
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109UK2001UK2001
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, VinylTurquoise
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 2/2
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109RUK2001UK2001
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, CDTurquoise
    CD, Single
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109CDUK2001UK2001
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001, VinylTurquoise
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, 2/2 (Disc Two)
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109RPUK2001UK2001
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001, CDrTurquoise
    CDr, Single, Limited Edition
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109LCDUK2001UK2001
    Recently Edited
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001, VinylTurquoise
    12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, 1/2 (Disc One)
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ109PUK2001UK2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001, VinylTurquoise
    12", White Label
    Hooj Choons – HJ 10UK2001UK2001
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, FileTurquoise
    4×File, WAV, Reissue
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ 109UK2001UK2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, FileTurquoise
    4×File, MP3, Reissue, 192 kbps
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ 109UK2001UK2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Turquoise, 2001-08-20, FileTurquoise
    4×File, MP3, Reissue, 320 kbps
    Hooj Choons – HOOJ 109UK2001UK2001
    New Submission
    Cover of Turquoise (Guy J Remix), 2012-05-15, FileTurquoise (Guy J Remix)
    File, MP3, 320 kbps
    Mesmeric Records (2) – MESMERIC017France2012France2012
    Cover of Turquoise (Guy J Remix), 2012-05-15, FileTurquoise (Guy J Remix)
    File, WAV
    Mesmeric Records (2) – MESMERIC017France2012France2012
    Cover of Turquoise (Guy J Remix), 2012-05-15, FileTurquoise (Guy J Remix)
    File, MP3, 192 kbps
    Mesmeric Records (2) – MESMERIC017France2012France2012

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    • NKX1's avatar
      NKX1
      Edited one month ago
      Turquoise has been fresh, is fresh, and will continue to be fresh.

      A timeless masterpiece.
      • paddiosf's avatar
        paddiosf
        Timeless track that’s still in rotation … … … …
        • Johnmarcus's avatar
          Johnmarcus
          Edited one year ago
          Beautiful track, timeless and oozes quality, has such a depth & warmth to it through its simplicity.
          • edwindowsXP's avatar
            edwindowsXP
            Mix B relies heavily on The Needed Mix of We Need Music by Key Tronics Ensemble Feat. Elise from 1992: https://www.discogs.com/master/240619-Key-Tronics-Ensemble-Featuring-Elise-We-Need-Music
            Excellent job though!
            • beautifulelements's avatar
              Quality track, nice groove and a lovely build up, proper old school progressive house, still works well in a nice warm up set.
              • Smoooshie35's avatar
                Smoooshie35
                The DifferentGear Remix has a really cool 'Pumpin' House' kind of progressive vibe going on, even a little speed garage style bass with the intro. Great stuff.
                • johnGROND's avatar
                  johnGROND
                  This is my favorite of the Circulation records that I've heard. It's driving, solid bassline, and has those really pretty bell tones throughout. Just a solid track for those nights of listening to Layo & Bushwacka! and things in that vein...
                  • lizandro.campos's avatar
                    Edited 10 years ago
                    I first heard this record in 2005 and Its simplicity seems it could not be touched to enhance its original production. I was wrong. Each remix is golden for people into separate genres. The differences are that each remix could be played at different times of the night and push a momentum in a Dj set. The original could be an opening track for a mix, the different gear mix has swinging heavy hats with hair raising basstone which could be played to switch momentum to a peak hour direction. The weekend world mix fits for an early part of a set and BLIMS Relentless mix is perfect to switch up a set from progressive to breaks to diversify the mix. Very well done by all artists, which is a rare thing to come by.
                    • ChrisChill's avatar
                      ChrisChill
                      If you like your breakbeat progressive, dark, deep and bassy then check out BLIM's mix. One of the best Breakbeat tracks out there, still sounds fresh when dropped on big sound system as it did when released. The beat and later roll drums take you on a chunky hard ride of breakbeat wickedness without loosing the floating ambient feeling of progressive house music. The pads are dark and intelligent and gives this growling monster of a track gravitas.

                      • Gill_Bates's avatar
                        Gill_Bates
                        Edited 18 years ago
                        Is it possible to remix the perfect track?
                        The answer would have to be: no.
                        Although Different Gear didn't do too bad with their more to the floor remix, the original will always be perfect.
                        Its dreamy, emotional sounds take you on a journey, from beginning to end and never bores.
                        Just sit back, relax, and enjoy!
                        'Musiiiiic'

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