The Age Of Love* ‎– The Age Of Love (The Jam & Spoon Mixes)

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React ‎– 12 REACT 9
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 The Age Of Love (Watch Out For Stella Club Mix)
Remix – Jam & Spoon
6:48
A2 The Age Of Love (Sign Of The Time Mix)
Remix – Jam & Spoon
6:57
B1 The Age Of Love (OPM Mix)
Mixed By – Marc AndrewsRemix – OPM
6:52
B2 The Age Of Love (New Age Mix) 5:06
B3 The Age Of Love (Boeing Mix) 5:06

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Track durations taken from label which differs to the duration stated on sleeve.
Also released in a React company sleeve.

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  • Barcode: 5 021620 916101

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DIKI 47.12.12, DIKI 471212 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(12") DiKi Records, Diki Records DIKI 47.12.12, DIKI 471212 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
571 632-2 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(CD, Single, Car) Airplay Records 571 632-2 France 1997 Sell This Version
541416 504429 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(12", Single, Promo) 541 541416 504429 Belgium 2011 Sell This Version
RAD 75, HAL 12347 The Age Of Love* The Age Of Love(12") Radikal Records, Hot Productions RAD 75, HAL 12347 US 1992 Sell This Version
S.O.B. 137 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(12") S.O.B. (Sound Of The Bomb) S.O.B. 137 Italy 1992 Sell This Version

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Rich.C

Rich.C

September 22, 2016

Firstly, i love this track im not knocking it any shape or form as it is a classic and must have for dj's of all sorts, but how come it is so bloody expensive? Ive come across over half a dozen copies in my time of djing/trading and its not rare atall, its plastered on hundreds of vinyl releases [the watch out for stella mix im referring to] so how can people justify selling it for £10+ i don't get it? I can only think that people want the original release for the artwork?
gimble_shanks

gimble_shanks

May 17, 2016

Super stoked I've got this in my collection now.
It's all those memories of nights out with my mates, condensed into vynyl.... utter trance perfection.
If you were into the scene in 92' this is the top tune of that time... no question.
glenn.king.au

glenn.king.au

March 4, 2016
The is the birth certificate of Trance. (along with Quench - Dreams).
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

October 7, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
In 1992, a massive trance tune made by Bruno Sanchioni (who use to release under some of the respectable New Beat alias such as Dr. Phibes, Bazz, and Chico Crew) with Guiseppe Cherchia hit the dancefloors all over Europe, and then the World. The sensual and sweet vocals saying "Come on...dance with me, move your body... Dance with me, move your body and lots of beats..." melted with the hipnotic mellow pianos made this tune a true classic, specially in the Jam & Spoon versions 'Watch Out For Stella' and 'Sign Of The Time'.
A wild growing and distorted 303 bassline is at the top of the 'Watch Out For Stella' version, perhaps the most played on the underground venues at that time. A sign that something new was going on in the electronic scene.
manchester

manchester

September 9, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

A startling record that made me sit up and take note of harder music. This is THE perfect trance record, so pumping & hypnotic, yet so beautiful & melodic. The 'Watch Out For Stella Mix' is the one for me!