Mari Boine ‎– Vuoi Vuoi Me (Henrik Schwarz Remix) / The Shadow (Kohib Remix)

Universal Music Group ‎– 06025 1721216
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Vuoi Vuoi Me (Henrik Schwarz Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Henrik Schwarz
B The Shadow (Kohib Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Kohib



Taken from the album Mari Boine - Idjagiedas (In The Hand Of The Night)

Made in the EU.
℗ 2006 Lean, Licensed from Lean · © Universal Jazz Germany, a division of Universal Music GmbH

Side A: 33 ⅓ RPM | Side B: 45 RPM

Repressed in August 2008 with no distinguishing differences to the original pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Rights Societies): BIEM/SABAM
  • Other (Label Code): LC01846
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched A): 06025-1721216-9 A ‡D&m. B675266-01 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched B): 06025-1721216-9 B ‡D&m. B675266-01 B1


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January 17, 2017

Incredibly intense record! This remix was huge around 2006-2009 period, seeing Henrik himself play it at Southport Weekender, Fabric, amongst other places was pretty special.


November 26, 2014
Holla if your heart broke when Joey Anderson dropped this at Sustain Release.


July 21, 2013
Henrik schwarz remix. Pretty damn timeless.... Big vibes in this one.


April 28, 2008
I've been into house music now for about 5 years, and in that time I've listened to a lot of tunes from the original Chicago era up to the present minimaloid obsession. Given all that, I feel at least reasonably confident in proclaiming the Henrik Schwarz remix of Voui Voui Me to be literally the best house track, literally ever. A percussive organ bass hook loops incessantly, and various imacculately programmed synths rise and fall, but the main pull is from Boine herself, singing in a language which is one of various Sami (laplander) tongues but (let's face it) may as well be martian for all the difference it makes to most clubbers. She puts in a real belter of a performance here, finding an extra octave out of nowhere a few minuts in, and the accapella alone could melt steel at fifty paces.

That bassline...Those chords...That voice...I've only choked up to two tunes of any genre, and the other time I was 16 and bedridden with the flu. It seems almost a slight to mention that, apart from being divine, Voui Voui Me is also thoroughly danceable, if a little slow for modern tastes (spit). Absolutely the musical high point of last year, full stop.