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Nexus 21(Still) Life Keeps Moving (The Remix)

Label:Blue Chip – BLUE C34R
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Acid

Tracklist

A(Still) Life Keeps Moving (The Remix)
Written-ByGreatbach*, Desouza*
B1Can You Feel The Beat
B2Bass Inclusion
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℗ 1989 Blue Chip Recording Ltd.

Track B1 samples:
Vocal from Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - Can You Feel The Beat
Synth from Bubbleena - Ah Ha Ha Haaaa
Female laugh from Yazoo - Situation

Track B2 samples:
Synth from Kraftwerk - It's More Fun To Compute
Synth stabs from Reese & Santonio - Force Field

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out, machine stamped): DMD-1318 A-1/11-89
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out, machine stamped): DMD-1318 B-1/11-89

Other Versions (5 of 9)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
(Still) Life Keeps Moving (Club Mix) (12", 45 RPM)Blue ChipBLUE C34TUK1989
Recently Edited
(Still) Life Keeps Moving (The U.S. Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)KMSKMS-030US1989
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(Still) Life Keeps Moving (12", 45 RPM)New House Music8977171Netherlands1989
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(Still) Life Keeps Movin' (7")New House Music8977177Netherlands1989
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(Still) Life Keeps Moving (The U.S. Remixes) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)KMSKMS-030US1989

Reviews

8892sales's avatar
8892sales
'Can You Feel The Beat' is undoubtedly the shining star on this release. An electro / techno / acid crossover. Quite pacy with its wigged out 303 producing intense, undulating fervour. Well before its time. It's like Detroit-UK-Chicago-NYC-LA-Miami and 'Kraftwerk' all mixed into one compressed package. What a rush.
TEKNONUTTER's avatar
TEKNONUTTER
Edited 17 years ago
Starting off with - Still Life Keeps Moving (the remix), which has an added 303 towards the second part of the track. Nice moody vocals, a catchy Kevin Saunderson (Inner City) style funky keyboard riff and pounding kik drum a la Detroit Techno House. A 1989 classic for all those who know.

Switch to side B and you've got Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam's vocal sample "Can You Feel The Beat" over some busy, tough freestyle/electro rhythm, and wobbly, squiggly, turbulent acid undulating throughout. Great track.

Second track on side B is Bass Inclusion which is more minimal than the rest, but makes up for it with it's bassline, appreciated more so when played LOUD! Very apt name indeed.

Three gems on one EP.