|A1||Armani Trax (Armando's Mix)|
|A2||Armani Trax (R. Armani Original Mix)|
Mixed By –
|B1||Circus Bells (Armando's Mix)|
|B2||Circus Bells (Full Length Original Mix)|
- Edited By, Presenter –
Armani Trax "Recorded At Blue Hearts Studio for Warehouse Music Productions 1990"
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): DM035-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): DM035-B
|Armani Trax (12", Test Pressing, 33 ⅓ RPM)||Dance Mania||DM 035||US||1990|
|Circus Bells RMX (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue)||ACV||ACVUK002||UK||1996|
|Trax Series Vol. 2 (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Remastered)||Chiwax, Chiwax Classic Edition||CRATX002||Germany||2021|
- After all these years I still cannot believe this came out in 1990! Armando always a head of the game. And yes you can see why Armani and Annibaldi hooked together on ACV!
- Armani gave a tape with these tracks to Armando, who gave it to Barney. Firstly he thought that it was an Armando's production and decided to sign it. This story explains why you got "Armando presents Robert Armani" on the record, which is stange because in the 90's both were equally famous, specially in Europe.
- Tracks like "Armani Trax" and "Circus Bells" (with it's legendary simple bell-ring at the beginning) were important works for creating the "Basement Style" genre about
10-15 years ago. These are wellknown classics to discover Chicago House again.