MobyI Feel It + Thousand

Label:Equator Records – AXIST 001
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Style:House, Hardcore, Techno


A1I Feel It (I Feel It Mix)5:55
A2I Feel It (Synthe Mix)7:00
B2I Feel It (Victory Mix)5:45



(P) 1992 Instinct Records.
Published by T.L.I./BMI.
Marketed by Equator Records and Mute Records.
Distributed by Pinnacle, Electron House, Cray Avenue, St Mary Cray, Orpington, Kent BR5 3PN.
Licensed from Instinct Records Inc. NY.
© 1992 Instinct Records Inc.
Reworked by The Unknown.
© 1993 Equator Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5018766710069
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): AXIST-001 A-1 EW
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): AXIST-001 B-1 EW

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Next Is The E (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Instinct RecordsEX-247-1US1992
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Next Is The E (12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)Instinct RecordsEX-247-1DJUS1992
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Next Is The E (CD, Single)Instinct RecordsEX-247-2US1992
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I Feel It + Thousand (The Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)Equator RecordsAXISTM 001UK1993
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Next Is The E (12", White Label)Roughmix, Instinct RecordsRTD 176.1564.0Germany1993



  • GoodNF's avatar
    In an interview, Moby stated that he made the track "Thousand" as a response to other DJ/producers who were in a race to produce the fastest record. As if hardcore techno was only about that subject (I recall Euromasters - Alles Naar De Kl--te clocking at 250 BPM in two of the versions made of it). So the idea was to make a track with 1000 BPM at its fastest.
    Of course, I am not sure how fast the track really was (Wiki says 1015 BPM), but the message got pretty clear: above a certain tempo, the music is no longer suitable to dance to, and wasn't that supposed to be the primary purpose of hardcore techno: to attack the dancing muscles?
    • Azlann's avatar
      Edited 6 years ago
      Listen to PCP-We Are From Frankfurt, Which came out before thousand and tell me where Moby got his inspiration for Thousand from. It sounds eerily similar and even speeds up at the end to probably over a thousand bpm
      • RoryHoy's avatar
        Tbe B-Side, Thousand is probably the most insane dance (or as they say in his hometown, EDM) record of all time! Richard Melville Hall is a musical genius!
        • borge_jensen's avatar
          "I Feel It" is actually the same song as Moby's earlier single, "Next Is The E". The title was changed for the UK release due to the reference to the drug XTC (which, as far as I know, was not intended). Some new remixes were recorded for this release that cannot be found on any of the "Next Is The E" singles.
          • graeme-hill's avatar
            Edited 18 years ago
            the track (thousand) has got to be recognized as a masterpiece. it takes sound through a rollercoaster of emotions from a slow pulsating heart beat to the point where a beat becomes a noise (hardcore) and dont forget the vocal sample oh yeah!! a true classic much respect to moby.


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