Mark N-R-GDon't Stop

Label:Overdrive – OVER 112-12
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Trance, Tribal, Techno


A1Don't Stop (Original)
A2Tod Im Sumpf
BDon't Stop (Dave Angel Remix)
RemixDave Angel

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched, variant 1): OVER 112-12 •A SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched, variant 1): OVER 112-12 AA SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched, variant 2): OVER 112-12 A SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched, variant 2): OVER 112-12 AA SST 45 UPM
  • Label Code: LC 6695
  • Rights Society (Boxed): GEMA

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Don't Stop / Wake Up (12", 45 RPM)OverdriveOVER 062-12Germany1995
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Don't Stop (The Remixes) (10", Limited Edition, Yellow)OverdriveOVER 062 R2Germany1995
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Don't Stop (12", 45 RPM, Maxi-Single)Max MusicNM1255MXSpain1995
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Don't Stop (The Remixes) (10")OverdriveOVER 062 R1Germany1995
Don't Stop (12", 45 RPM)Overdance!ORA 2049-6France1995



  • Edited 18 years ago
    The Dave Angel remix on this is wicked! This fully shows Dave's awesome studio skills and why he's one of the worlds funkiest producers - definitely my favourite techno artist. Rhythmically, this is almost as tight as listening to Charlie Parker's Be-Bop band. He brings real elements of Jazz/Funk and crosses them over into accessible dancefloor firecrackers.

    I never liked the original of "Don't Stop", it just sounds wrong to me. Dave's remix is basically a complete make-over. The only thing he retains is the simple vocal but he makes much better use of it. Starting off with some funky percussion it kicks off into a mighty groove with some funky little guitar licks and a shuffling b-line. The percussion kicks in again and then the track really takes off - it flys! I also love the wicked hi-hats which work like razor-sharp incisions. The best way I can think of describing what dancing to this is like is "air-juggling!". It goes crazy at the end keeping the percussion but bringing back the stuttering, filtered vocal to create a wig-out frenzy!

    I first heard this on Dave's "39 flavours of Tech-Funk" CD and I instantly decided I had to have this one on vinyl. It proved to be more difficult to track down than I thought but I finally got my hands on a copy through Ebay for £2.95! Best £2.95 I've ever spent! TUNE!!!


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