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John + Julie Featuring AurioleCircles (Round And Round)

Label:XL Recordings – XLT-18
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Techno

Tracklist

A1Circles (Round And Round) (Vicious Mix)5:38
A2Circles (Round And Round) (Spiral Mix)3:33
AA1Circles (Round And Round) (Curved Mix)5:06
AA2Circles (Round And Round) (Hyperactive Mix)5:23
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Sleeve Back:
circles (round+round)
2. HYPERACTIVE MIX _ 5:25

MADE IN ENGLAND
AN UNKNOWN PARTNERSHIP SLEEVE

XL RECORDINGS
17-19 ALMA ROAD, LONDON SW18 1AA,
TEL: 081 870 7511, FAX: 081 871 1766
DISTRIBUTED BY WARNER MUSIC UK

Label:
℗ © XL-RECORDINGS 1991

All Rights Reserved
Made in England
XL-RECORDINGS 17-19 ALMA ROAD LONDON SW18 TEL: 870-9912 FAX: 871-1766

Info:
A2 samples:
Kraftwerk - Die Roboter (Synth)

Also, some copies came with a large XL Recordings poster.
Size 48.5 x 70 centimeters.
On the poster it states.
X-TRA TOUGH
X-TRA STRONG
X-TRA LONG
XL RECORDINGS
(Featured artists on the poster included)
ELLIS-D
SPACE OPERA
FANTASY U.F.O.
LIASONS D
THE PRODIGY
JOHN & JULIE
FLOWMASTERS
2 IN RHYTHM
BROOKLYN FUNK ESSENTIALS
LOONEY TUNES
T99
BOBBY KONDERS' FREEDOM AUTHORITY

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012093 501864 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5012093501864
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side (Runout)): XLT-18-A-1 1 INTRODUCING THE BURBLER Bc I
  • Matrix / Runout (AA Side (Runout)): XLT-18-B-1 1 Bc H

Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Circles (12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)XL RecordingsXLT-18DJUK1991
Circles (Round And Round) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Buzz, BuzzBZZXL 106037, BZZLP 106037Belgium1991
Circles (Acetate, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided)XL RecordingsXLT-18UK1991
Circles (Round And Round) (12", Limited Edition, Reissue, 33 ⅓ RPM)XL RecordingsXLXV 1505UK2004
Circles (Round And Round) (CDr, Promo)XL RecordingsXLXV 1505UK2004

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tranzyd's profile picture
tranzyd
This is going so cheap you just have to buy.
I spend years and years trying to figure out what Acid/Bass line synth they used, I love it so nasty.
If you made this record and know what synth it was please inform me !
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MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73
Edited 3 years ago
Today I picked up a copy of this record (I have bought loads of copies since it came out) and inside the sleeve was an XL Recordings poster. It measures approximately 48.5 x 70 centimeters so full sized poster. I knew some copies of this record contained a poster but were pretty much 'pot luck'. If your interested the poster is in the 'more images' section. As for the review by Johnmarcus he's nailed it! That bassline was never heard until this tune came along. And to be honest, has never been bettered since! Watch ya bass bins? Too late mate they have just melted! INTRODUCING THE BURBLER Oooo weee weeeee yeahhhh!
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Johnmarcus
Edited one year ago
Huge Tune back in it's day driving Techno that rocked most of the dance floors back in 91.
Vicious Mix is more of the full on of the mixes, dropping straight into the main rift, then into the deep gravelly bass, followed by the huge rave stabs and strong percussive beats.The track morphs and inter-plays these elements along with the vocal to create one full on monster of a tune.
Curved Mix takes more of a house vibe and plays more on the bass, percussion and overall is more stripped back creating a very different feel to the track.
One of my favorite tunes of all time, as it brings back a lot of happy memories.
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scherben
Edited 9 months ago
Heavily rotated by (Manchester's) IBC Radio in the summer of 1991 (though only Homeboy JuJu played the Vicious Mix: Andy Richards and Autechre stuck to the other three (EDIT: I've since discovered on Mixcloud that Autechre played the Vicious Mix at least once, also.)), and it's easy to see why. Absolutely at the forefront of the stellar burst of techno that year; playing the Belgians at their own game—and winning. Those bass lines and synths (Vicious is an apposite name) make it obvious why 'massive' was the buzz word of the time.
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bobby100
proper british techno at a time whwn the belgians ,r s records were takin over