Various ‎– Stardust EP

Label:
Not On Label ‎– music IIII
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Unofficial Release
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A1 Stardust vs. Madonna Holiday Sounds Better With You
Remix – Stuntmasterz
7:24
A2 Stardust Music Sounds Better With You (Bob Sinclar Remix)
Remix – Bob Sinclar
6:44
B1 Spacedust Music Feels Good With You 6:16
B2 Groovy 69 Stardust Medley With Dust 7:38

Notes

Title track B1 credited on the sticker as "MusicFeelsGoodWithYou".

Track B2 credited as "Stardust~Medley(Groovy 69)". Later on, this track was released commercially as "Stardust Medley With Dust" by Groovy 69.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Grove side A): music IIII A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Grove side B): music IIII B

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CraigBetts

CraigBetts

October 8, 2008
There is several mixes and mash ups of Stardust Music Sounds Better With You including the most famous Stardust vs Madonna Music Sounds Better On Holiday and also Stardust vs Cherelle Music Sounds Better On Saturday.
Regarding the Madonna mash Up, it was so good in it's own right, that Madonna's record company were well up for releasing it, until Madonna herself blocked the release.
Which is a shame as this would of been a massive hit of probably the most famous mash up in history.
Let's hope the old hag changed her mind one day, as it's better than the s*it she's been putting out in recent years!
budnik

budnik

May 4, 2008
I dont know if i'm alone, but my pressing of this is ABSOLUTELY TERRIBLE. I'd have to think twice about playing it out. The mastering is just awful- its quiet and to mid rangey, which is one problem with bootlegs.

Anyway, that centrepiece here is the Stuntmasterz bootleg. I remember hearing this all the time on Vibe FM 105-107FM (now Kiss FM) in the East Of Anglia throughout the summer of 1998. One of their DJ's (Glen White) also made his own "Whiteboy" mashup using Stardust with JS16 "System Stomping" and Wildchild "Renegade Master" vocals over the top. The beats have been beefed up as has the bassline, with Madonna's "Holiday" cleverly worked over the top. This was very very sought after when Vibe FM used to playlist it, speculating at one time it may even get a full release. There are a few nice scratches, stops and drops in there too which are nice. The only bad thing about this bootleg is it's an absolute nightmare to mix into, due to the somewhat dj unfriendly intro.

The other mixes arent worth the space. Bob Sinclar does his retro disco thing, Groovy 69 completely ruin the track and Spacedust, after ripping Bangalters "Gym Tonic" once again rape him and does actually turn in quite a nice hard house mix.
doppelblind

doppelblind

March 11, 2008

This Record is a precoius Pearl in my Recordcase, of Course i got the original record, too. But this one features nice Variations of the Original Track which became a little bit boring after a while.

The A1 Track is a mashup adding vocals of madonna - holiday.

The A2 Track is the bob sinclar remix (as pressed on the original record).

The B1 Track is the nice little pearl, a cute mix adding female vocals singin "2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and Jump".

The B2 Track is a filter cutup remix, just using original samples.

This Record was intended to be a DJ Tool, this Remixes are Bootlegs and wont be credited by Stardust, so far other reviewers may be right.
ledjfab

ledjfab

February 27, 2008

Sorry, but I think this is a shitty record.
In 1998, Stardust released the great title "Music Sounds Better With You". They had a concept, they had an idea.
On this record, the real Stardust appears remixed by Bob Sinclar. If you are aware of the 'Gym Tonic' event, you can roll your eyes.
Apart from a coincidental happening for the Stuntmasterz (I think everybody agrees the technical 'marriage' between Stardust and Madonna was well done), this record is a slap in the face to the real members of Stardust. It features two horrible covers by Spacedust and Groovy 69 who simply stole the concept from the French trio and brought it into superficial values, just for profit.
I think anyone with a sense of integrity will leave this record away.