ÂmeRej EP

Label:Innervisions – INNERVISIONS02, Sonar Kollektiv – SK078
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
Style:House, Techno, Dub Techno, Minimal


B1Basic Track7:45

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Tracks A1 & B1: 125 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 21730 00781 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 821730007813
  • Label Code: LC 01200
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • ISRC (Side A): DE-P96-05-00143
  • ISRC (Side B): DE-P96-05-00145
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): SK 078A CALYX Alexej
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): SK 078B

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Rej EP (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Sonar Kollektiv, InnervisionsSK078, INNERVISIONS02Germany2005
Rej (CDr, Single)DefectednoneUK2005
New Submission
Rej EP (CDr, Promo)Sonar Kollektiv, InnervisionsSK078, INNERVISION 02UK2005
Rej (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)DefectedDFTD138RUK2006
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Rej (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)DefectedDFTD138UK2006



  • mattyb33ts's avatar
    I think Rej can be summed up with one word... "Hypnotic". Everything about Rej feels different from any other house/minimal track you will ever hear. It masterfully builds and tears itself down in a dramatic way, enticing the listener with it's storytelling. It's a great track, and I appreciate it in my collection. With that said, I think it sounds a bit dated now, and doesn't quite fall under the category of "timeless masterpiece" as earlier house choons did. Some fresh sounds stay fresh forever, some stay in 2005 like Rej.
    • jackoldman's avatar
      probably the best b-side in the history of club music
      • tahoma's avatar
        Repress alert!

        "A true milestone in Innervisions' history got the repress treatment a lot of us have been waiting for. Âme’s ‘Rej EP’ is back in a fresh packaging, more than 15 years after the original release."
        • theslutbunny's avatar
          rej is huge. and is still huge. a tune that will not be forgotten.
          • lakechoes's avatar
            Basic Track surely goes for Basic Channel.
            Sounds like Maurizio M05A.
            • Akazi_Sh's avatar
              Edited 7 years ago
              Basic Track is without a doubt a timeless cut, it will not lose its appeal nor impact. It's cool, stripped down, groovy, dubby and has a simple arrangement that makes it an equally useful tool for mashups and layering on top of other tracks.

              Rej, on the other hand, was absolutely massive when it came out. There were countless adaptations. remakes, interpretations -a highlight for me is the A Hundred Birds Beatless Remix- which clearly support the track's claim to fame. For those of us that have had the pleasure and luck to party to Rej and to create memories, its impact and relevance will be even stronger because of its nostalgic appeal.

              I believe that Rej is a piece of history that does not have a timeless sound to it but therein lies the beauty of the track. It transports you to a specific time and space which arouses many positive emotions.
              • AskeladdenBlack's avatar
                Edited 7 years ago
                The right channel glitchy click noise over the kick on Basic Track annoys me.
                • eugenefaunt's avatar
                  Rej was no doubt the tune when it came out, but it sounds dated now. Basic track is still the jam.
                  • Charlie6Fingers's avatar
                    Solid release.
                    • SirRonFlippidy's avatar
                      never understood the hype of this tune.


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