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EvolutionPhoenix

Label:Fluid Recordings UK – FLR012
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Progressive House, Progressive Trance

Tracklist

APhoenix (Original Mix)11:04
BPhoenix (Breeder Remix)
RemixBreeder
Remix, Producer [Additional]Rowan Blades, S Noble*
9:29
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Notes

Label:
Published by deConstruction Songs Ltd / BMG Ltd

Info:
Issued in a picture sleeve with a white paper inner-sleeve.

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  • Barcode (Cover sticker (on reverse)): 5033826170065

Other Versions (5 of 7)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Needs Changes
Phoenix Remixes (12")Fluid Recordings UKFLR 013UK1999
Recently Edited
Phoenix Remixes (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Fluid Recordings UKFLR014UK1999
New Submission
Phoenix (12", White Label)Fluid Recordings UKFLR 011UK1999
Recently Edited
Phoenix (CD, Single)Fluid Recordings UK, Fluid Recordings UKFLR 014 CD, FLR014 CDUK2000
New Submission
Phoenix (Guy J Remix) (File, MP3, Unofficial Release, 320 kbps)Not On Label (Guy J Self-released)noneIsrael2016

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Reviews

  • tobymessy's avatar
    tobymessy
    NE track. Buy it alone just to mix out of Pete Lazonby lol - pretty epic
    • RebeL9's avatar
      RebeL9
      Breeder's remix of Phoenix is probabyl one of the best prog tracks ever produced. Amazing stuff. Too bad most of the releases and compilation only included the cut down version of it. Try to find the full nine minutes and thirty second version of it. ESSENTIAL!
      • peuk's avatar
        peuk
        As the peoples before me, I can say its a timeless piece by Evolution. I can recommend the Evolution's self remixed version from the Fluid 13 vinyl, for the one of the most beauty breakdown of all time, in my opinion. Anyway, I can recommend the rest of by Evolution. Allways known the balance, true gems everywhere where you see this artist.
        • kingprawn65's avatar
          kingprawn65
          Decent piece of trance -it's amazing how many producers on the dance scene in general associated with other forms of music started making trance tunes towards the end of the decade when it became so big - straight of the top of my head there's Evolution who were to a large extent known for disco type house; Slipmatt previously known for hardcore, and Liquid also hardcore.
          • djthomasprivate's avatar
            Both sides are golden. Timeless classic. Digweed, Oakenfold and Orkidea fav.
            • mikels's avatar
              mikels
              Fantastic original track! Slightly more than three minutes there is a dispersal, and since 3:47 the beauty begins and continues! Really like this theme!
              • technoflid's avatar
                technoflid
                Really good example of mid nineties progressive house, as used on the infamous Northern Exposure compilation by Digweed on CD2. The tune has a lovely, bouncy bassline, a feel-good breakdown and some of the best key changes known to mankind. The production on this track is fantastic.

                I still use this now in progressive house sets - a nice groover, rather than full on toffee-flavoured bonkers.

                Other tunes to check of a similar ilk are Antheum by Digital Blondes, Schudelfloss by Dr Atomic, Plan 98 (The Voyager)by X Tracks and Into The Blue (Buzz Boys Mix) by Moby

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