Stimulant DJsHoover Time

Label:Tidy Trax – TIDY142T
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Hard House


AHoover Time (Original Mix)8:02
BHoover Time (Captain Tinrib Remix)
RemixCaptain Tinrib
Remix [Remix By], Producer [Additional Production By]Jon Bell

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Stimulant DJs appear courtesy of Stimulant Records.
℗&© 2000 Tidy Trax.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 84011 11448 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 684011114484
  • Matrix / Runout (Logo side runout, etched [Stamped SNA logo]): Tidy 142 T LOGO2
  • Matrix / Runout (Other side runout, etched [Stamped SNA logo]): TYDY 142 T OTHER

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hoover Time (CD, Single)Tidy TraxTIDY142CDUK2000
Hoover Time (12", 45 RPM, Test Pressing)Tidy TraxTIDY142TUK2000
Hoover Time (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Tidy TraxTIDY142TUK2010



  • Mr.TomServo's avatar
    I played the original mix at a SoCal trance party in late 2000/early 2001, near the end of a hybrid hard trance/hard house set, and it was a real Marty McFly/"Johnny B. Goode"/Back to the Future sort of moment (or 2Cellos - Thunderstruck if you know that reference). Like the crowd was genuinely shocked, and a few dozen people with scared looks left to go outside where DJs were playing melodic/progressive trance. Lol, they just weren't ready for it ... EXCEPT one dude, wearing an old-school raver face-mask and an Adidas jersey, standing right at the front of the speaker wall, and he was rocking the F out for the whole track. Respect to that fellow warrior, wherever he may be these days.
    • pananusblue's avatar
      The Tinrib mix is fully naf; the original, however, is a certified masterpiece. One of the high points in the history of hard house. A genuine monster!
      • zaneofcawdor's avatar
        This tune is totally mental. The hoover sounds are so utterly over the top and stupid that it becomes almost a work of genius. The tinrib stuff was mostly pretty good but the slightly smoother/slick style doesn't work so well on a tune as unhinged as this one. The original mix is definitely a highlight of the genre.
        • mallam's avatar
          Edited 12 years ago
          havta disagree with alphant previous reviewer...whilst the tinrib rmx isnt so stab laden and full on as the original mix (im listening to the orig as we speak, having just listened to the tin rmx twice a few mins ago) they both have their merits, the first break on the orig is fuckin epic, but they cant really be categorised in the same vein as one is pure quality hardhouse, with the ever reliant wicked tidy production and one is on more of a hardtrancey tip with a little nicely placed acid (for me anyways) basically an excellent vinyl that i have just bought for 70p lol so its all good

          hardhousers and tranceheads are happy with this badboy
          • mallam's avatar
            Edited 12 years ago
            • Alphant's avatar
              Edited 13 years ago
              Really high energy hard house track by the ever reliable Stimulant DJ's. As usual for a Tidy release the production is second to none. Some excellent stabs, an almost bouncy bass and a wicked hoover riff really shape this up into one of the best releases on Tidy. B-side did nothing for me as it lost all of the energy that made the original so good - was well produced and has that distinctive Tinrib sound.


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