- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): VIS . 003 A1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): VIS . 003 B1 BACK TO BAKU
- Stacey Pullen used it in his (still to this day outstanding reference mix for the) DJ-Kicks in 1996:
- I bought this on release. Thinking about it, I am surprised it was 1995, it could easily pass for a deep house track produced much later. That said, a deep and somewhat soulful groove like this is timeless. Mine probably hasn't been played as much as some of the other reviewers below, but I'll certainly give another spin or two soon.
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- stumbled over this release randomly through the facebook algorythms: ricardo villalobos played it at a party, where a video was taken. shazamed it and absolutely loved it after founding it. the A1 gives me always great head knocks, the hi-hat work is SO on point, overall this is a groove monster. the bassline steps in, how can your head remain without any moving?
- Side A has vocal samples. Side B is more instrumental. Both mixes are powerful and timeless.
- Got this when it came out. I still play it all the time. Peeps always ask what it is
- anyone know what's on the A side? ? ? ?
- Of course there is no comments for this release. There shouldnt be one. Speechless. (This is not a comment)