NightcrawlersPush The Feeling On

Label:Great Jones – 162-530 620-1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1Push The Feeling On (Extended Mix)
EngineerPaul Wright, Sandy Jones
KeyboardsAlan Cuthbertson*
ProducerIan Morrow
Producer [Additional Vocal]Phil Chill
Programmed ByIan Morrow, Paul Wright
A2Push The Feeling On (Radio Mix)
EngineerPaul Wright, Sandy Jones
KeyboardsAlan Cuthbertson*
ProducerIan Morrow
Producer [Additional Vocal]Phil Chill
Programmed ByIan Morrow, Paul Wright
BPush The Feeling On (The Dub Of Doom)
Edited ByMichael Hacker
ProducerPhil Chill
Remix, Producer [Additional Production]MK*

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Published by EMI Virgin Music, Inc.
o/b/o EMI Virgin Music Publishing Ltd. (ASCAP)/Graham Wilson.

Plated at Specialty Records Corporation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 016253062016
  • Barcode (Text): 16523-0620-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): 162-530-620-1-AS-SP 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): 162-530-620-1-BS-SP
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, stamped): SRC

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Push The Feeling On (12", Promo, 45 RPM)4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway12BRW DJ258, 864 491-1, 12 BRW 258UK1992
Push The Feeling On (12", 45 RPM, Stereo)4th & Broadway, 4th & Broadway12 BRW 258, 864 491-1UK1992
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Push The Feeling On (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)Great Jones162-530 620-1DJUS1992
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Push The Feeling On (CD, Single)4th & Broadway, 4th & BroadwayBRCD 258, 864491-2UK1992
Push The Feeling On (12", Promo)Island Records2398France1992


  • Hamenoodle's avatar
    Edited 2 months ago
    Is there a bigger House anthem than this? I seriously doubt it. For this track to break not once, not twice, but thrice the chart, there's undeniably something greater about this track (I'm obviously referring to the Dub of Doom)
    • zeebianco's avatar
      Picked this up for a £1 new in 1992 and kinda liked it because of the baseline but the horn sound and vocal loop both grated after a few plays so I flogged it and got my pound back. Around the same time picked up Happyhead Digital Love Thing also mixed by MK. That was much more of keeper.
      • jamesclough6's avatar
        Loved this in 92 ( mk mix) then all the general public discovered it and it lost its appeal. Still a classic but dj’s at the time wanted this to stay underground and not on top of the pops (not sure if it did but wouldn’t surprise me)
        • Johnmarcus's avatar
          Edited 5 years ago
          Huge tune, Massive Hacienda Tune.
          It was all about the "Dub Of Doom" mix, its perfection.
          All I can really say / add to other peoples comments is have a listen & that this track still sounds great today. Play it loud !!!
          • S-Dog's avatar
            Edited 5 years ago
            "Their lives again...err en...their life's a pool of sperm"...WTF!?!? Err
            • BlueMoonWax's avatar
              All-time classic. Still as relevant today as when it was made
              • GoodNF's avatar
                MK's Dub of Doom is an example of how one can "own" a tune by making a remix of it. This is the version that will always be referred to when mentioning "Push the feeling on" by the Nightcrawlers. All subsequent versions were based on MK's version and not the original. One would even forget that there actually WAS an original version with a mid-tempo arrangement!

                I remember the MK Dub of Doom being used as a tune on Dutch radio stations to explain what house music was all about. In 1992, when most people were referring to house music, they meant either 2 Unlimited (and their derivatives) or the Gabber sound from Rotterdam. That was what they knew from the charts.

                In 1995, the tune charted with us in an "MK Revisited Mix" that had a bit more vocals than the original dub. Somehow, the tune fitted better than in 1992. Our nation got more interested in American club tunes, probably after Erick Morillo scored massive with his Reel 2 Real singles and also provided sounds to MTV comedy characters Zig & Zag ("Them Girls, Them Girls"); at the same time, the Bucketheads "The Bomb!" was also a hit and several tracks from the Strictly Rhythm label landed on well-selling compilations...
                • BalooDP's avatar
                  I must say, the original mix of this tune is quite underrated early-90s house. That Frankie Knuckles-esque piano going on is solid, I dig this tune. The MK dub is quite good as well, but the original gets no love.
                  • jam40's avatar
                    The Dub of Doom mix made Mark Kinchen famous all over the world. If you listen to the original track of the Nightcrawlers, back in 1992, and the remix that he delievered for them. It is nothing else but stunning. Mark Kinchen, Kerri Chandler,Todd Terry,Blaze,Larry Heard and the Masters at Work seemed to be topping each others work at the period of time.

                    It was a very special period in House music, because all those producers were series about making brilliant grooves and remixes. It was very difficult to keep up with them all.

                    However, the dub of doom mix presented on The Nightcrawlers - Push he feeling on.. Put the whole movement of House music across the world, back on the map. That is how important that remix was to House music....
                    • manchester's avatar
                      Edited 17 years ago
                      Many people forget that this was released in 1992 and was an underground classic before it's commercial release in 1994, with that dreadful enhanced vocal. The Dub of Doom mix by MK is a lovely little funky deep house number and very groovy.



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