|A||Purple (Sasha V The Light)|
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Performer [Sonic Hacks] –
Remix – ,
|B||Polyesterday (Single Edit)||3:50|
|Purple (12", 45 RPM, Promo, White Label)||4AD||GUS 7||UK||1997|
|Purple (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-A-9220-A||US||1997|
|Purple (12", Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||PRO-A-9355-A||US||1997|
|Purple (12", Promo, White Label)||4AD||GUS 12||UK||1998|
Edited 2 years ago
Purple (Sasha V The Light) is likely the greatest progressive breaks track other than Hybrid's Finished Symphony. While the original and the 1997 solo Sasha remix made it onto a few dj mixes, its was the '98 version with The Light co-mixing that made it onto Paul Oakenfold - Tranceport and made this track truly legendary. Stunningly beautiful and powerful.
Edited 16 years ago
The Sasha remix of Gus Gus' Purple is truly a monster of a track. On first listen, it sounds like just an edit of the original, but it climaxes with a beautiful, strong synth that was not in the original. I'd rate the remix as better than the original.