Ce Ce PenistonFinally

Label:A&M Records – 75021 2385 1
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:House, Garage House


E1Finally (12" Mix)7:01
E2Finally (Momo Mix)7:04
E3Finally (7" Mix)4:27
F1Finally (12" Choice Mix)7:04
F2Finally (Journey Mix)6:59
F3Finally (7" Choice)4:06

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Uses E/F for track positions.
Remix and additional production for Def Mix Productions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned, Label): 075021238510
  • Barcode (Text, Label): 0 7502-12385-1 0
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): 75021 2385 1E
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): 75021 2385 1F
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): SRC 75021 2385-E SP1 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): SRC 75021 2385-F -SP1 1-1
  • Other (Sleeve): SP-BLK

Other Versions (5 of 60)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Finally (Choice Mix) (CD, Single)A&M Records, A&M PM390 822-2, AMCD 822Europe1991
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Finally (Choice Mix) (7", 45 RPM, Single)A&M Records, A&M Records390 822-7, AM 822Europe1991
Recently Edited
Finally (12'' Choice Mix) (12", 45 RPM)A&M PM, A&M PM, A&M Records, A&M RecordsAMY 822, 390 822-1UK & Europe1991
Recently Edited
Finally (CD, Maxi-Single)A&M Records75021 2396 2US1991
Recently Edited
Finally (2×12", Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)A&M Records75021 2385 1US1991


  • greenartist's avatar
    We all should never forget where this bass riff came from: Сe Ce Rogers - Someday (1987)
    Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Marshall Jefferson

    Ce Ce Peniston and David Morales have made their hit four years later.
    So which tune is more classy?
    • dj.rdr's avatar
      Edited 2 years ago
      Finally is imo an overplayed load of commercial rubbish theres far better tunes out there that never get a mention then this crap
      • Garry1963's avatar
        This is played to death on a UK tv ad. Sorry but it really grates on me.
        • Klaus151's avatar
          Ce Ce Peniston penned the lyrics to Finally during a school lesson and the rest is history. Based on Ce Ce Rogers Garage classic "Someday", this song took the charts by storm in 1991. David Morales honed his production skills and proved why he deserved his status as remixer/producer of 1991 alongside Steve Hurley. Where Hurley got stuck with his distinctive 2-3 elements, Morales managed to base his take on remixing on lasting vocal efforts and independant dub versions that stood out as more than 3 deck mixing fodder. The track itself is a brilliant example of a cute song containing hope, wanting and youthful love. This is from an era where House Music lyrics had a deeper textual meaning thus the reason of it standing the test of time.
          • Bourbonman's avatar
            This was pretty much all over the place back in the day. A classic piano house cut which i still hear on the radio today every now and then.
            We just don't hear these uplifting vocals and choruses in house records like they were when house took of in New York.
            "Finally it's happening to me..." And the crowds just sang along to it and people knew the lyrics while Eric Kupper's staggering piano brought the whole thing along. Today the lyrics feels like second hand on most records, a thing of the past so to speak. This track will never die kinda, and the chorus is just to damn memorable. Heard it once and it sticks on you forever.
            Still heard and still played at clubs. Don't forget who did it for you when you were young and aspiring.



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