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X-Press 2Muzikizum (Parts One & Two)

Label:Skint – SKINT 65
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Progressive House, Tribal House

Tracklist

AMuzikizum (Part One)
BMuzikizum (Part Two)
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Credits

Notes

Direct Metal Mastering.
Mastered at The Exchange, Camden.
Pressed at MPO Averton.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): SKINT 65 A1 MPO WE ARE NOT ON HOLIDAY! GUY'S THE EXCHANGE DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): SKINT 65 A1 MPO WE ARE NOT ON HOLIDAY! GUY'S THE EXCHANGE DMM

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Muzikizum (CD, Single)Skint, SkintSKI 671122 2, 6711222000Europe2001
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Muzikizum (12")SkintSKINT 67UK2001
Recently Edited
Muzikizum (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)SkintSKINT 65PUK2001
Muzikizum (CD, Single, Card Sleeve)Skint, SkintSKI 671122 1, 6711221000UK2001
New Submission
Muzikizum (12", 45 RPM)SkintSKI 671122 6Europe2001

Reviews

  • Johnmarcus's avatar
    Johnmarcus
    Edited 2 years ago
    X-Press 2 deliver the goods yet again with this 12", fanatstic driving hosue underpinned with an old school synth loop. This track really use to get the dance floors rocking, huge track back in its day and still sounds great today. Both mixes are solid & its pretty difficult to pick between the two.
    • Gill_Bates's avatar
      Gill_Bates
      Edited 17 years ago
      Damn!
      The first time I heard these tracks, I fell in love with em!
      Both mixes are good and easy to use to get the dancefloor moving, with its oldschool feel.
      Check out the similarity with house classic Petra & Co - Just Let Go.
      Might just be THE inspiration for this track.
      • larvikit's avatar
        larvikit
        Can't decide if this release is cheesey or super fantastic. I just know, that it get's me going no matter where/when I hear it. My problem is, that it's so exremely catchy that it smells commersial and (the fact) that I find the album "Muzikizum" rather annoying, but still... It could even be the light old skool feel that makes me like it anyway. It's funky yet progressive and definately very original thinking. It makes me feel a bit like how I felt when I heard these tracks the first many times, years ago: KLF "What Time Is Love" + Snap "Rhythm Is A Dancer" + Felix "Don't You Want Me" + Bizarre Inc "Playing With Knives" ...Hmmm, I'll leave it up to you mate!

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