Human Resource ‎– Dominator (The Remixes)

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R & S Records ‎– RS 9135
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Mastered at FOON Mastering Center, Lier, Belgium.
Marketed & Manufactured by R&S Records / Belgium
Published by R&S Records / DC Songs

This is the original pressing.

You can easily identify it at the sleeve and labels, they have "Order To Dance" printed on it.
Other issues have "In Order To Dance" printed on the labels and sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): RS 9135-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): RS 9135-B1 Foon Mastering

Other Versions (5 of 75) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AUM 1012 Human Resource Dominator(12", Single) 80 Aum Records, IMC AUM 1012 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
DD13080 Human Resource Dominator (25 Years Of Domination Remixes)(6xFile, MP3, 320) Dark. Descent. DD13080 Netherlands 2016
ARMD 1313B Armin van Buuren Vs Human Resource Armin van Buuren Vs Human Resource - Dominator (The Remixes)(6xFile, MP3, 320) Armind ARMD 1313B Netherlands 2016
Appia 1201-0 Mr Sam* Vs Human Resource Mr Sam* Vs Human Resource - Dominator(2xFile, MP3, 320) Appia Music Appia 1201-0 France 2008
RSUK 4R Human Resource Dominator (Remixes)(12") R & S Records, Outer Rhythm RSUK 4R UK 1991 Sell This Version

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amNacht

amNacht

September 22, 2018
Frank De Wulf Remix kills the dancefloor !
shanethedominator

shanethedominator

February 19, 2003

V-Agent is spot on, Beltram's 'Program 2' Mix (Beltram Mix as it later got labeled and released under) is the most frequently used version as relates to the club scene & perhaps is more infamous than the Original, he produced this in late 91'. As for Trance / House master Frank De Wulf his #1 Mix is much more laid back, smoother in some ways to many. This inspired him to release another remix which almost feels Tribal (Known as De Wulf Mix #2)
V-Agent

V-Agent

January 21, 2003

The "joey Beltram Program 2" remix takes this famous tune into breakbeat territory, straight into the UK market.
The "Frank De Wulf" (later known as "#1 mix") mix is without a doubt the slickest version of "Dominator" to date - very Trancey ,with a Led Zeppelin sample
(the scream)