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UnderworldCowgirl

Label:JBO – JBO5012516, V2 – JBO5012516
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single
Country:UK & Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Progressive House, Techno

Tracklist

ACowgirl (Bedrock Mix)
Engineer [Remix]Jon Gray
RemixBedrock
Remix, Producer [Additional]John Digweed, Nick Muir
11:53
BCowgirl (Futureshock Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional]Futureshock
8:07
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Side A Additional Production Courtesy of Cosmack Management.
Side B Additional Production Courtesy of Junior Boy's Own.

Live Sound Recording for Manor Mobiles.
Mixed and Encoded at: Strongroom, London, UK.

Published by: Underworld/Sherlock Holmes Music Ltd/Warner Chappell Music for North America.

℗2000 Underworld exclusively licensed to JBO Ltd for UK and Ireland; World excluding UK and Ireland V2 Music Ltd.
©2000 Underworld exclusively licensed to JBO Ltd for UK and Ireland; World excluding UK and Ireland V2 Music Ltd.
Made in the E.C.

The Futureshock Mix is faded out early in this release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 033197 125169 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5033197125169
  • Label Code (German License): LC01801
  • Price Code (French Price Code): CB181
  • Rights Society: BIEM mcps
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): JB 05012516 A-1-1-|
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): JB 05012516 B-1-1-|
  • Distribution Code (Zomba Catalogue Number): 707.1482.0

Other Versions (5 of 19)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Cowgirl (CD, Single)JBO, V2JBO5014828Europe2000
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Cowgirl (CD, Maxi-Single, Enhanced)JBO, V2JBO5014823Europe2000
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Cowgirl (CD, Single, Promo)JBOJBO5012533PUK2000
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Cowgirl (12", Single, Promo)JBOJBO5012526PUK2000
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Cowgirl (CD, Single, Enhanced)JBO, V2JBO5012518UK & Ireland2000

Reviews

Booj1Boy's avatar
Booj1Boy
Edited 10 months ago
The Futureshock remix fades out early, probably to fit the 20 min limit for UK singles.

Edit: Also the Bedrock remix isn't pressed well, BPM sways around during the intro and outro. Also it's loses progressively more and more of it's high and by the end and turns into distortion.
larvikit's avatar
larvikit
To call this 'Trance, Hard Trance, Hard House' is wrong, this is Progressive House more than anything else. Ok one could argue that A has some Trance elements here and there and B some Hard House elements, but it is first and foremost Progressive House with the original Underworld sound playing a prominent part, especially in the Futureshock version.
The Bedrock version (4/5) is by far the best, I think; Futureshock's version (3/5) doesn't add that many new flavours to the original, while Bedrock really makes this sound like their own work.
djdamnage's avatar
djdamnage
Just when I thought one of my all-time favorite songs couldn't get any better, Bedrock (John Digweed and Nick Muir) come along and give it their attention. John and Nick add a twisting proggy house feel, full of energy and bass. Flip for the futureshock mix, which isn't quite as good as the Bedrock, but still grooves... However, I hate the fact that the Futureshock mix just dies instead of having a propper mix out.