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Secret Cinema โ€“ Timeless Altitude - The Remixes

Label:Music Man Records โ€“ MM 003 R
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 โ…“ RPM, Artwork Sleeve
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Trance, Techno, Acid

Tracklist

A1Timeless Altitude (Hardfloor Remix)7:53
A2Timeless Altitude (B.W.P. Remix)6:49
B1Timeless Altitude (Cyrolab Remix)
Remix โ€“ Cyrolab*, Fredrick Almquist
8:13
B2Timeless Altitude (Secret Cinema Remix)9:23
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Published by Heij Music/Ratel Music
Licensed from EC Records Holland

Made in Belgium by Disco Press.

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  • Barcode: 7 90115 10038 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MM 003 R A1 DP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MM 003 R B1 DP
  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (5 of 15)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Timeless Altitude (12", 45 RPM, 33 โ…“ RPM)Music Man RecordsMM 003Belgium1994
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Timeless Altitude (12", 45 RPM)EC RecordsEC 005Netherlands1994
Timeless Altitude (CD, Maxi-Single)Music Man RecordsMM 003 CDMBelgium1994
Timeless Altitude (CD, Maxi-Single)Total Recall (3), Music Man RecordsSPV 055-66693, MM 001Germany1994
Timeless Altitude (The Remixes) (12", 33 โ…“ RPM, Reissue, Generic Sleeve)Music Man RecordsMM 003 RBelgium1994

Reviews

  • baj's avatar
    baj
    I'll agree with cthulhu303 that basically every remix of this track sucks. HOWEVER, the writer's own Secret Cinema remix is hands-in-the-air superb. The original is also a big classic, untouchable, I don't care how much it sounds like Basic Channel.
    • cthulhu303's avatar
      cthulhu303
      Classic, but awfully dated. The Hardfloor mix is nothing short of cheesy, with dire trancid atmosphere. Of course, it is their style, but they have done considerably better on other tracks. The Cyrolab vision is completely forgettable (and forgotten). The Secret Cinema Remix is the version that was very popular indeed, with crunching beats and metallic, proto-industrial build-ups; unfortunately, the bouncy bassline clashes with that and the mid-nineties, BC-like "melody" is even less appealing than that of the original.
      The BWP Remix is vaguely promising, but never reaches anything tangible; the mid-track's Acid line and industrial-tainted broken beat, courtesy of Seal Phรผric, are but a tease, soon absorbed by the annoying BC-melody and the rolling drums that were everywhere at the time (provided by Deg -- think Subjective - Nervous Loop (Minimal Mix)).