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    Futur Perfect*Sato Agrepo

    Label:Teutonic Beats – TB 008, Mercury – 874 457-1
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12"
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Acid, Euro House, New Beat

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    ASato Agrepo (Imperial Mix)7:27
    B1Sato Agrepo (Radio Mix)3:28
    B2Join The N.S.L.A. (Extended Mix)4:05
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    Credits

    • Cover [Cover Concept]Desilu
    • Producer, Performer, Arranged By, Recorded By, Mixed By, Edited ByGabi Delgado
    • Producer, Performer, Arranged By, Recorded By, Mixed By, Edited By, Written-BySaba Komossa

    Notes

    A Saba Komossa/Gabi Delgado joint venture for Future Enterprises.
    Programmed at Trigger Nation, Frankfurt, 1989.
    Recorded, edited and mixed at Fishermans, Berlin, 1989.

    Sleevenotes: "Amor libre. Noche libre. House of Saba. Future club. 124bpm mix. Sato Agrepo and Join The N.S.L.A. taken from the forthcoming Future Perfect album. The future a device of Delkom Dance. Komm mit mir. Du gehörst mir. Alles gehört Delkom."

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Rights Society: BIEM STEMRA
    • Label Code: LC 0268
    • Distribution Code: PG 122
    • Barcode (Text): 0 42287 44571 6

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Sato Agrepo (7")Teutonic Beats, MercuryTB 008, 874 456-7Germany1989
    Sato Agrepo (CD, Maxi-Single)Mercury, Teutonic Beats874 457-2, TB 008Germany1989
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    Sato Agrepo (CD, Mini, Single)Teutonic Beats, MercuryTB 008, 874 456-3Germany1989
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    Sato Agrepo (12", Test Pressing, 45 RPM)Mercury874523-1Germany1990

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    Weareonenation303
    The Imperial Mix is quite good Euro Beat with Saba's minimalistic vocals and is the only reason why I bought the rare CDM. Don't bother with "Join The N.S.L.A." it's a massive disappointment and almost pointless to include since all you hear is very standard acid house percussions with a decent drone effect with the same vocals you listen on "Sato Agrepo" the only thing interesting is Gabi Delgado's vocals in the very end of the track saying: "Join the new sexual liberation army now..." I understand it was probably designed to be as an acapella sample but, Gabi Delgado & Saba Komossa could had come with something more interesting.

    There is a similar track that appears on Delkom - Futur Ultra called "Join The Delkom User Club" It's extremely similar to "Join The N.S.L.A" in the sense that they are both acapella tracks, and use the same main snare drum.