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Dave AngelStairway To Heaven

Label:
R & S Records – RS 9206
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1Bounce Back5:06
A2Trip To Darkness4:51
B1Sighting5:35
B2Jungle Love5:45
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This record also exists as a whitelabel. However the whitelabel only contains a pinkcoloured label on both sides without any info.
Re-pressed and re-issued in July 2006.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): RS 9206-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): RS 9206-B1 FOON MASTERING
  • Rights Society: SABAM TM

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Stairway To Heaven (12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)R & S RecordsRS 9206Belgium1992
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Stairway To Heaven (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)R & S RecordsRS 9206Belgium2006

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8892sales
About a decade or so ago I came across a recording where some of these tracks were played. The recording was from late 1991, unfortunately the recording and subsequently the blog was taken down perhaps due to some type of official takedown notice. A little later I stumbled upon footage of the first ever Mayday event in Berlin, in December 1991, where Dave had been part of a line up of DJs, and had performed/played live/made PA one or two of the tracks from this release alongside Speedy J, Frank De Wulf, CJ Bolland, Tanith, WestBam amongst a good few others. The exact same mixes as presented on this release. I wasn't entirely shocked but a little surprised that these tunes were already made in 1991 but not necessarily officially, fully released yet. It seems, anecdotedly that like Dave Angel, many other artists signed to R & S Records went through the same process. Having productions ready from weeks or several months, maybe even years prior to full release. Perhaps all these 'golden ages of Techno' talks and other musical scenes should be reconsidered / reconfigured to much earlier times?