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OliveYou're Not Alone

Label:RCA – 74321473231, BMG – 74321473231
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Progressive House, Drum n Bass, Progressive Trance

Tracklist

AYou're Not Alone (Oakenfold/Osborne Remix)9:55
B1You're Not Alone (Ganja Kru Remix)
RemixGanja Kru*
5:37
B2You're Not Alone (Roni Size Remix)
RemixRoni Size
6:30
CYou're Not Alone (Rollo & Sister Bliss Remix)8:18
DYou're Not Alone (Matthew Roberts' Cloud 10 Mix)
RemixMatthew Roberts
7:20
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Issued in jacket with bigger capacity spine.

Other Versions (5 of 65)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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You're Not Alone (2×12", 45 RPM, Promo)RCA, BMGolive dj4UK1996
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You're Not Alone (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)RCA74321406271UK1996
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You're Not Alone (12", Promo)RCAOLIVEDJ8UK1996
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You're Not Alone (CD, Single, Cardboard Sleeve)RCA, BMG74321406272UK1996
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You're Not Alone (CD, Single, Promo)RCA, BMGolive dj6UK1996

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  • SYSTEM-J's avatar
    SYSTEM-J
    The Oakenfold & Osbourne remix of You're Not Alone is a piece of pure genius. The original was pretty trancey as it was, and Oakey and Osbourne wisely desaturate the euphoria in favour of a driving and relentless goa-inflected mix with sparing use of the vocals to create a bit of a rarity: a trance remix that actually adds credibility to the track. But the real masterstroke here is the moody introductory section, which sounds alarmingly like prototype 2-step, with wonderfully skittery drum programming and floor-shaking sub bass. I could have happily taken an entire remix in this vein, but as it is the intro makes this a perfect record for unexpectedly changing direction in a set - allowing a DJ to go from breaks, drum 'n bass or garage into trance with the help of an anthemic vocal that will unite the entire dancefloor. You could even shoot your way out of a dubstep set with this track, if you have the balls. A really clever genre-bending record, from back in those distant days when Oakey was an interesting and eclectic enough DJ to dream up a track like this for his sets. Credit where credit is due.

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