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Tomaz vs Filterheadz*Sunshine

Label:Intec Records – INTEC16
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Tribal, Techno, Tech House

Tracklist

ASunshine7:40
BLazy People7:08
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© 2002 Intec Records Ltd.
℗ 2002 Intec Records Ltd.
Track durations not mentioned on release.

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  • Barcode: 6 896291 116650
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): MPO INTEC 016 A1 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE.
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): MPO INTEC 016 B1 NiLZ - THE EXCHANGE.

Other Versions (5 of 10)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Sunshine (12", 45 RPM, White Label)Intec RecordsINTEC16UK2002
Sunshine Remixes (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Intec RecordsINTEC16XUK2003
Sunshine (CD, Maxi-Single)Tempo MusicTM0432CDMXSpain2003
Sunshine Remixes (12", Promo)Intec RecordsINTEC 16XUK2003
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Sunshine 2K10 (12", Single Sided, White Label, Unofficial Release)Not On LabelSUNSHINE2K102010

Reviews

CRONK1980's profile picture
CRONK1980
Space terrace 2002 , watching the whole place erupt to this still puts a smile on my face ... thank you carl cox thank you Ibiza.
spangler's profile picture
spangler
Edited 5 years ago
Briefer still - Sunshine - Epic drum thrashing anthemic corker infectious vox & driving bass!
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maroko
I will be brief: "Sunshine" is THE track that had thousands upon thousands of party goers screaming their lungs out whenever it was on. It works perfectly be it for home listening purposes or blowing the crowd out of this world.
I find the flip side, "Lazy People", more of a DJ tool than a pleasant home listen, but it remains a great tune nonetheless.
The A side, however, is astounding.

It's not hard, harsh or devastating for what it matters. It has a tribal drive impossible to resist, accompanied by a bassline which defines grooviness. And the repeating vocals don't do it any harm either.

A true classic, and one of my favorite summer party tunes ever.
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scout_tryxx
Edited 15 years ago
Melodic, proggy tribal techno vs. Funky tribal techno. Side A vs. Side B. Both great tracks in their own respect, but Sunshine shades Lazy People simply cos the bassline is more appealing. Darker. Deeper.
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mistered
First rate production from Intec. 'Sunshine' has already become a classic piece of prog/tribal, that strange glockenspiel-espue tune, African vocals and deep slow bass combining to deliver a hypnotic amount of energy.

'Lazy People' thrives off an oh-so-familiar riff and tight, dense, tribal percussion. Definitely one to be played outside and very loud.
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behemoth
Something to be played VERY LOUD. Stomping but lovely. I would use the word "euphoric", but that might put some people off. Quite the opposite of minimal, but i'm sure your average house or techno head couldn't find much wrong with this. An absolute classic in my book, one to put a smile on my face when i'm in a foul mood.
The b-side is great too.
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mastercongo
This follow up to their great latin loopworks ep doesnt dessapoint. with the familiar techno-tribal sounds and with the vocals wich will remind you to los hijos del sol, this song will sure make it's way into the top techno dj's this fall.