|A||The Spice (Original Mix)||7:10|
|B||The Spice (Silent Breed Mix)|
- Lacquer Cut By –
- Written-By, Producer – ,
Published by Ed. Beam + Ed. Trope Global Control
Made in Germany.
Made in Germany.
- Barcode (Printed): 4 014235 200704
- Matrix / Runout (Side A [Runout]): TTX 2007 A SST 45UPM
- Matrix / Runout (Side B [Runout]): TTX 2007 B SST 45UPM
- Rights Society: GEMA
|The Spice (12", Promo, White Label)||Tracid Traxxx||TTX 2007||Germany||1998|
|The Spice (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)||Tracid Traxxx||TTX 2007´R||Germany||1999|
|The Spice (CD, Maxi-Single)||Orbit Records, Orbit Records||8 95727 2, 7243 8 95727 2 8||Germany||1999|
|The Spice (The Mixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)||Orbit Records||none||Germany||1999|
|The Spice (12", 45 RPM)||Bit Progressive Music||71-353||Spain||1999|
- Stay clear of the 'New Club Mix'. It does not have the original monologue sample from the 1984 movie 'Dune', but a re-recorded voice with slightly different wording. Perhaps to avoid copyright claims.
Original sample: "In this time the most precious substance in the universe is the spice melange"
Re-recording: "Today the most precious substance in the whole universe is the spice melange"
As a result, the 'New Club Mix' also lack the background melody during the monologue, so it sounds very flat.
The original 'Dune' sample can be heard here: https://youtu.be/k1h3UjbuOtc?t=31
- "Der Dritte Raum" coverd this in their track "Trommelmaschine" from 1999.
- Edited 8 years agoThe original mix is essential for fans of dark, minor key Trance.
Obviously aimed towards fans of the movie Dune, this will not disappoint lovers of mysterious sounding Trance (such as Luxor - Superstitious).
The remixes are boring. You'd expect something special from Binary Finary, but while their remix is "satisfactory" it does sound rather laborious.
Especially if you compare it to their remix of Swan - Memory.
- Edited 18 years agoI got this gem just for the Silent Breed remix. It starts off simple enough, but once full blown it is quite a stormer. It's a shame I've never heard this proper like in a club or rave. It would sound amazing on big system I believe. Definitely a little too long to play in it's entirety though.
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