|A||Where Is Your Child (DJ Rush Remix)|
|B1||Where Is Your Child|
|B2||Give It To Me|
- Composed By, Arranged By, Recorded By, Mixed By –
- Mastered By –
Made In Germany 2001.
|Where Is Your Child (Archiv #02) (12", White Label)||Tresor||Tresor 165||Germany||2001|
|Where Is Your Child (Archiv#02) (12", Reissue)||Tresor, Tresor||Tresor. 10165, tre10165||Germany||2010|
|Where Is Your Child (Archiv#02) (3×File, FLAC)||Tresor||TRESOR10165D||Germany||2010|
|Where Is Your Child (Archiv#02) (3×File, MP3, 320 kbps)||Tresor, Tresor||Tresor. 10165, tre10165||Germany||2010|
|Where's Your Child (DJ Freak's 2011 Remake) (File, WAV, Unofficial Release)||Not On Label (DJ Freak Self-released)||none||UK||2011|
- I reckon the Rush remix is amazing. He takes a rip of the acid, and holds it steady with his usual kick-hat-snare underneath. It's distorted and raw! I wish he did more to develop the tune, but then again it's pretty clearly a DJ tool... so perhaps not...
- I highly recommend picking up this acid house classic if you missed it the first time around. DJ Rush, alas, puts in another predictable sort of remix here - distorted filter drums added and not much else. Flip it for the more enjoyable original version with the creepy "Phuture" like vocals that bring back memories of wayward Manhattanite trust fund kids out past curfew on a headful of E. "Give It To Me" is the stripped down acid house original with the minimal acid bassline, not the more sample-heavy version that you may have heard (with the "Scooby Doo" intro and the sampled disco strings.)
Keep the 'Archive Series' coming, Tresor. Oh, to the cranky "purist" (Mr. "f--k the Archive Series") - whatever. "They're only doing this to make money" - yeah, as if most labels, even 'big' ones like Tresor, weren't struggling in this era of MP3's and whatnot. Well, you know, if anyone were just interested in money they'd be in about ANY industry besides the techno industry. As if re-releasing acid house classics is some sort of cheap cash-in ploy..?!?! give me a break. If anyone wanted to make some bucks off this industry they'd be cranking out prog-trance anthem CD's, not this sort of thing. Cranky music purists never die, do they...