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Gat DecorPassion

Label:Flying International – FIN 086
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Progressive House, House


A1Passion (D. Emerson Mix)
RemixD. Emerson*
A2Passion (D. Emerson Edit)
RemixD. Emerson*
B1Passion (Of Your Passion)7:46
B2Passion (Naked Mix)7:42

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A, B2: Copyright Control
B1: Copyright Control/Hanseatic/Songs Of Logic

Manufactured by Flying Records Productions under licence from Effective Records, London.
© 1992 Flying Records Productions
℗ 1992 Flying Records under license from Effective Records
Made in Italy

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 8013744028645
  • Barcode (Text): 8 013744 028645
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched Variant 1): FIN 086-A 13 792 Inzadi
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched Variant 1): FIN 086-B 13 792 Inzadi
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched Variant 2): FIN 086-A 13 792 Zli
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched Variant 2): FIN 086-B 13 792 Zli

Other Versions (5 of 48)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Passion (CD, Single)Effective RecordsCD EFFS 1UK1992
Passion (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Single)Effective Records, Effective Records12 effs 1, 12 EFFS 1UK1992
Passion (12")BuzzBZZXL 106081Belgium1992
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Passion (12", 45 RPM)Blanco Y Negro (2)MX 322Spain1992
Recently Edited
Passion (CD, Maxi-Single)Logic Records, BMGLOC 85, 74321 10370 2Germany1992
  • puurpaul's avatar
    total dancefloor destroyer, the bassline cuts through so well on big sound systems
    • stetheboro's avatar
      Edited 2 years ago
      Fantastic tune and the ultimate blend of house, trance, Italian style piano and early underground hardcore. Heard it in many clubs back in the day but playing totally different styles of music.
      • davehebbs's avatar
        Just wow wow wow wow wow four more words needed.
        • Sternenfolger's avatar
          Edited 6 years ago
          Played this track hundred times. The people loved this track massive. Everywhere.
          • knogger's avatar
            Edited 11 years ago
            Maybe the best progressive house track of the 90s sounds great in a club but has been laced in a few poor remixes over the years naked mix still the best without doubt.
            • hyperreal's avatar
              Equally anthemic and deep as any prog house track, Passion was almost obligatory in every set at the time. As a DJ who used to avoid excessive pianos and vocals like the plague, I would dive straight to the B2 (naked) mix. Stripped down and effective, a great example of how a well produced track can work pretty much anywhere. I wasn't even aware of the main Darren Emerson mix until recently. I love early Underworld, so no surprises that it's an epic workout of a high standard, and probably my preferred mix now.
              • tonberrykid's avatar
                Love the Darren Emmerson mix but it's the naked dub that ive played the most so uplifting.
                • geogan's avatar
                  Edited 16 years ago
                  I originally got this for the "Of your passion" mix which i prefer to the Naked mix, simply for the extra vocal - "of your passion - uh, uh, uh"! but when i heard the Emerson remix - wow, what a remix - i love it - sounds amazing on studio monitors!
                  • ReverendEntity's avatar
                    Edited 16 years ago
                    Darren Emerson's mix of Gat Decor's "Passion" is the definitive mix in every sense of the word definitive. A 14 minute journey with almost strategically timed builds and breakdowns, it is a mix that makes everyone on the dancefloor feel a bit sexier...and makes trainspotters convulse with delight.

                    And believe it or not, according to, this was his very first remix.
                    • manchester's avatar
                      Edited 16 years ago
                      An absolute belter of a track that crossed over on to so many dancefloors & so many different DJs. It's tough rocking house music but at the same time a euphoric piano heaven-sent anthem that would light up any club. Sasha used to cane this & mix it with DOP - 'Groovy Beat' (Guerilla) which goes amazingly well. This was probably the start of what people now call progressive house but it's so much more interesting than much of the bland, souless shite under that banner today.