Liaisons D.* ‎– Heart Beat

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Music Man Records ‎– MM 8915, USA Import Music ‎– MM 8915
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Artwork Sleeve
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A Heart Beat
Written-By – F.Dewulf*, J.V.D.Berg*, P.Ward*
6:15
B Future F.J.P.
Written-By – F.Dewulf*, J.P.Ruelle*
5:00

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Distributed by Music Man Import

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): MMI 89015-A¹ | FOON MASTERING
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): MMI 89015-B¹ | FOON MASTERING
  • Rights Society: SABAM

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PT 43376 Liaisons D Future F.J.P.(12") Deconstruction PT 43376 UK 1990 Sell This Version
MM 8915 Liaison-D* Heart-Beat(12", Die) USA Import Music MM 8915 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version
PT 43376DJ Liaisons D Future F.J.P.(12", Promo) Deconstruction PT 43376DJ UK 1990 Sell This Version
MM 8915 Liaisons D.* Heart Beat(12", Art) Music Man Records, USA Import Music MM 8915 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version
MM 8915 Liaison-D* Heart-Beat(12", RE, Gen) Music Man Records MM 8915 Belgium 1989 Sell This Version

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iljin1

iljin1

March 9, 2013
Future FJP was another amazing track that came out back in 1989.
BomberOne

BomberOne

May 25, 2004
Just a few corrections : What time is love From KLF was in fact the first record to mention the word trance on it (on its sleeve : Pure trance). But "Heartbeat" was the first record to have it in his lyrics, and to use it as a slogan... <BR>
Another point : "What time is love" was either inspired by Our Darkness (1984!) but also by Ann Clark 's "Sleeper in Metropolis" : the main melody of KLF can be heard in the final part of it...
BomberOne

BomberOne

April 1, 2004
At that time, Frank de Wulf was either issuing records as Rhythm device, like "Acid Rock", and as Liaisons D. with Paul Ward.
"Heart beat" was a diversion on the classic "What time is love" from KLF, but quite different and much more on in the belgian Hard beat style. This was a great one, full of energy and with famous lyrics, including the historical " New beat is boring, acid hose is dead, this is Trance dance", first ever reference to trance in a techno record.
The funny thing is that KLF, proud advocate of sampling (Kopyright Liberation Front is their name!) were offended by this diversion on their track and claimed the rights on it! It was then re-realeased on Deconstruction with their name as authors(!), and included in their What Time is Love EP, that gathered various copy made of the original.
A really surprising attitude, especially knowing that "What time is love" was clearly "inspired" by Ann Clark's "Our darkness", an electro gem from 1986...

Future FJP, an instrumental track, was also a big hit at that time, and had a deep influence on the first techno-house tracks that started to appear later that year, leading .