Inner CityHallelujah / Unity

Label:10 Records – TenX 365, 10 Records – 614 356
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:House, Techno


AHallelujah (Spiritual Sample Mix)
B1Unity (Reese North Of Watford Mix)
B2Hallelujah (Tommy Munnell 12" Mix)

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Produced for KMS Records Detroit.
℗ 1990 10 Records Ltd.
© 1991 10 Records Ltd.

Back cover:
P. 1990 Ten Records Ltd.
C. 1991 Ten Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 012982 365560
  • Price Code: PM 212
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TENX 365 A-1U-1- 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): T E N X 3 6 5 B -2U-1- D

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Hallelujah (12", 45 RPM, Promo)10 RecordsTENX 365 DJUK1990
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Hallelujah / Unity (7", 45 RPM)10 RecordsTEN 365DJUK1990
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Remix Pack (12", 45 RPM)10 Records, 10 Records, 10 Recordstenr 365, 614 459, TENR 365UK1991
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Unity (12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Promo)10 RecordsTENDJ 365UK1991
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Hallelujah / Unity (CD, Maxi-Single, Stereo)10 Records, 10 Records, 10 RecordsTENCD 365, TENCD365, 614 356UK1991



  • vkubrick's avatar
    The lyrics transcription of the "reese of watford mix" are below. Someone knows if the lyrics are complete and, is it a sample of other song?

    We have so little time
    To show that we are brothers
    We have so little time
    To prove that we are friends
    We need a land of love
    Not full of hate, my sister
    We need to be together
    Whenever comes the end
    We need a little unity

    • area43's avatar
      The Unity mix on here is cut very low - but it's available on CD - so if I need it I'll go to the single or the 'Praise' CD. Lots of DJs may laugh at CDs and CD singles, but they had their heyday and the CDJ-TOUR1 supports them. Anyway, the gem on here is the (Spiritual Sample Mix). A shame this was the only single from Inner City's heyday that did not chart in the UK (the Leftfield '92 mixes went to #22). My guess is, as the third single from 'Fire' - which didn't do so well - failed to make an impact. It *is* an interesting mix. But from the opening seconds, the bassline is bonkers and at 4'45", this cut is in and out. Totally slept on groover. LOUDER! LOUDER!
      • 8892sales's avatar
        Edited 9 years ago
        Unity (Reese North Of Watford Mix) is one underrated, groovy, K.Saunderson track. Big at the underground warehouse clubs up and down the UK during the 1990-1991 golden crossover period of techno / hardcore / house. Kind of fits within house, techno and early hardcore sets alike. Still one of my fave Inner City tracks till present.


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