Metro AreaMetro Area 4

Label:Environ – ENV 014
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Style:Deep House, Disco


VoiceDei Lewison
B1Let's Get...6:23

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©+℗ 2001 Environ
Published by Hydroelectric Music (ASCAP)

A: 45 RPM
B: 33 ⅓ RPM.

A: 123 bpm
B1: 125 bpm
B2: 114 bpm

Track durations not mentioned on the release

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  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ENV·014 A MA - EVERYSING OK ?
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ENV014 B TOGETHER, TOGETHER !

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  • Night_Waves's avatar
    The original generic cover is exactly the same as any other generic cover from the same country of publication of each reference... It makes me laugh when people use the valuation of the cover when it comes to an album that has the generic label.. It doesn't matter if they detail it in the article description... that has a name and it's DECEPTION.
    • Night_Waves's avatar
      INFO: Esta referencia se vendió en todo el mundo con portada genérica.. No existe portada oficial para este vinilo... No os dejéis engañar por los que pongan otra cosa que no sea portada genérica para aumentar el valor de su artículo... Acabemos ya de una vez por todas con los farsantes..!!

      Paz, Música y Harmonía..!!

      INFO: This reference was sold worldwide with a generic cover. There is no official cover for this vinyl... Do not be fooled by those who put something other than a generic cover to increase the value of their item... Let's end once and for all with the fakers..!!

      Peace, Music and Harmony..!!


      • Padraig's avatar
        Twenty plus years later and every time I hear Miura I get it confused with Eddie Grant - Timewarp.
        • spearheaded's avatar
          Edited 3 months ago
          You know, believe it or not, but when I first heard these songs and saw the reviews, I was dead sure that everyone was talking about "Strut" (the one I thought was the best one by far). I never disliked "Miura" (or even "Let's Get...") in any meaning of the word, to any degree; I merely didn't think they were as good as the first mentioned tune. Luckily, they grew on me. Now I can see (and hear) what I was late to admire and realize.
          • CulthouseRecordings's avatar
            This track is the gateway to getting down to business!
            • veeiswkd's avatar
              such a banger, let's get fav. Deep bass and jazzy touch all the way. The quality of the vinyl is poor though. Such a light press. It should be repressed on heavyweights.
              • FuzzyCogitator's avatar
                Edited 3 years ago
                One word: Miura

                Amazing classic deep house vibe - do not sleep on this. Whatever that sample is, it hits the sweet spot every time. Still getting mentions 18 years after release - a classic track.
                • chrisnova777's avatar
                  Edited 4 years ago
                  truth be told i was very conflicted when i bought this record.. i listened to it over and over and over.. jumping the needle. it wasnt really what i was looking for when i went shopping that day but it had something about it that i couldnt put it down.. and it came home with me. PEACE!
                  • Psychogewitter's avatar
                    One of the best Deep-House Tunes ever. Miura still kills it everywhere. Absolutly Funky with this little disco touch. Who dont dance when this rotates must be dead!
                    • VillageIdiot's avatar
                      Miura grabs the bassline from Shinzo no Tobira by Mariah.



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