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DJ MayhemInesse / Let Me Tell You (Remixes)

Label:Face Records – FACE 102R
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Drum n Bass, Jungle


AInesse (Ray Keith Remix)
RemixRay Keith
AALet Me Tell You (Remix)
EngineerAlex Reece

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Track AA Engineered at Sound Entity.

Track AA samples:
Vocal from Cuba Gooding - Happiness (Is just Around The Bend)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: FACE 102 RA -1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout: FACE 102 RAA-1-1-1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Inesse / Let Me Tell You (Remixes) (12", Promo, White Label, 45 RPM)Face RecordsFACE 102 RUK1994


DETOX-26's profile picture
Give any modern day dnb producer these stems and they would not do what Ray Keith and nookie did with this
Best ever remix
hotdaze92's profile picture
Can still hear Micky Finn mixing this and DJ taktix over at the roller express,94 had so many underground smashes and this is one of them,worth every god damn penny.
rage's profile picture
Edited one year ago
I remember my mate coming back with a copy of this in ‘94. I loved the original and this remix was just awesome. Soon after I was in Dance 2 Records in Guildford and asked about it but was told it had been deleted because of problems with the sample. After leaving Dance 2 I went over the road to Pyramid Records and flicking through the racks I found a whole stack of them for a pound each. There must have been at least 30 copies there. I couldn’t believe my eyes after what I’d just been told. I grabbed one and a few hundred plays later I’ve still got it! I wonder if the distributor had told them to bin them but they sold them anyway, just quietly and away from the new stuff.

Ray Keith and Nookie could do no wrong in this era and this is one of their finest, the original was such an emotional track and they’ve turned it into a dancefloor tearer while keeping that emotion, turning the joy of the original into a more melancholy track with some simple but brilliantly well used effects. This remix came during the Hardcore / Jungle split and beautifully captured the end of an era feeling of the time.

Let Me Tell You Remix is no match for the killer original though I loved the idea, the original advising ‘If it’s not in your vision, don’t make no decision’ the remix answering with a different sample ‘My vision is clear’. It’s a pretty original and futuristic track, while keeping a few remnants of the Basement Records sound in there.
Rufus.'s profile picture
Quality tune the vocals are from Innocence - Natural Thing
theguvofwythenshawe2's profile picture
Massively played on the illegal airwaves in London and Manchester back in early '94! Especailly the Ray Keith Remix of "Inesse" - this would put today's garbage to complete and utter shame!

They just don't do 'em like this anymore!
Old_Boy's profile picture
to h4ndcrafted - it certainly is a classic - anyone hearing this 93/94 and coming up on their xtc would be inesse heaven - so why just 4 stars? - surely this is a certified 5***** - the arrangement - atmospherics, synth lines and the restraint of the drum editing is a lesson to any new producer today
h4ndcrafted's profile picture
Ray's mix of Inesse is a classic.