Yves Deruyter ‎– The Rebel

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Bonzai Records ‎– BR97129
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Vinyl, 12"
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Published by BMG Unversal Music Publishing (Bonzai Music).
Contains a sample from Public Enemy "Do The Right Thing".
Courtesy of Def Jam / American Recordings.

There is also a Dutch release available, which is completelty identical to this release but with a sticker put over the bar code which says "Exclusive license by ID&T Music b.v." and has the bar code 4 022562 009389

The info "Contains a sample from Public Enemy "Do The Right Thing" courtesy of Def Jam / American Recordings." from the booklet is wrong. Vocals were sampled from Public Enemy's "Rebel Without A Pause".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 413647 013114

Other Versions (5 of 17) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BL9701 YDR* The Rebel(12", S/Sided, Promo) Bonzai Limited BL9701 Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
S3 665331 2, 665331 2 Yves Deruyter The Rebel(CD, Maxi) S3 Paris, S3 Paris S3 665331 2, 665331 2 France 1997 Sell This Version
BRI 028 Yves Deruyter The Rebel(12") Bonzai Records Italy BRI 028 Italy 1997 Sell This Version
8949422, 8 94942 2, 7243 8 94942 2 8 Yves Deruyter The Rebel(CD, Maxi) Orbit Records, Orbit Records, Orbit Records 8949422, 8 94942 2, 7243 8 94942 2 8 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
BR98135 Yves Deruyter The Rebel (1998 Remixes)(12", Pic) Bonzai Records BR98135 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version

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Wizhard

Wizhard

September 27, 2016

Well, it's hard to write a review on this one. It's the kind of "anthem-like" trance track that started to pop up in the late 90's, but it still stands out in my heart after all those years ! Sure, some elements might seem a bit cheesy, especially that intro part... but all things taken together, it's a belgian classic. Why ? Because every element is memorable, even this weird intro bassline. The main strength of the track is of course the tremendous dreamy melody, combied with a terrific use of pluck basses. And the break is just pure pleasure, the way things are fading and rising is fantastic. No remix can be seen as worthwhile, aside from the Randy's one on this original release, less dancy, taking a more emotional take on the melody, quite interesting to hear as well !