X-Press 2Muzik Xpress

Label:Junior Boy's Own – JBO 8-12
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Progressive House, House


AMuzik Xpress
AA1Muzik Xpress (Double D Mix)
AA2Muzik Xpress (Rock 2 House Beats)

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Boys Own, London, England, EEC.

The release was originally issued in a thin JBO generic die cut sleeve without inner-sleeve.
The etched ‘\⇀’ on the run-outs is a sideways ‘1’, and ‘Q.’ is a stylised ‘Q’.
The record is 150 grams in weight.

Track A samples : Snare hit from ‘Cloud One - Happy Music’.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, A side run-out): Damont HAYES WITH ATTITUDE . Q. JBO08 A \⇀
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, B side run-out): RODEO 487 - NOT ! ∈ \⇀ JBO08B1

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Music Express (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Jus' TraxJST 01UK1993
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Music Express (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Jus' TraxJST 01UK1993
Muzik X-Press (12", 45 RPM)Junior LondonBRG018UK2001
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Musik Xpress (12", White Label)SkintSKINT 1472008
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Muzik Xpress (12")SkintSKINT147UK2008



  • ricardo297's avatar
    Loved this back in the day. Great memories of this, London X-Press and Say What! featuring at a very lively Notting Hill Carnival sound system in 1993. X-Press 2 was a vehicle for Ashley Beadle, Rocky & Diesel and others. To these ears they might owe a debt of gratitude to DJ Pierre for their signature sound. For fans of the train journey aesthetic, check out Photon Inc’s feat. Generate Power (Wild Pitch Mix) from 1991.
    • Johnmarcus's avatar
      Huge progressive house track back in its day and still sounds amazing today !
      Big rolling beats, funky percussion, big synth stabs, soaring strings this track just builds and builds, totally immerses you in its rhythms and tacks you on a journey. Fantastic track.
      • ivimusick's avatar
        20 years later, breathtaking!!! Rocky Diesel and Ashley GENIOUS 4 the big times!!!
        • Pistachios's avatar
          Edited 11 years ago
          A brilliant track by X-Press 2 and certainly better than most of the material they released later on (london x-press and the sound are also worth checking). House music is always best when it's basic; for this reason this track will still sound fresh for years to come.
          • andyman5's avatar
            Edited 16 years ago
            Back in the day when X-press 2 were just startin' out they dropped 2 bombs, this and London X-press. Each are scalding in their own respect with Muzik Express more of a building but still anthemic track and London X-press more the straight ahead 4 to tha floor banger. This track brings back many memories and when I recently dropped it some old school (not looking) chick came up and waxed poetic about the first time she had heard it played in Club USA in NYC. House music for the people.



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