Last RhythmLast Rhythm

Label:PostRitmo – AMR 0038
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Black Labels
Style:Italo House, Ambient


ALast Rhythm (Club Mix)6:02
B1Last Rhythm (Dub Mix)5:00
B2Last Rhythm (Ambient Version)5:02

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Ed. Bob One

Special Thanks to: Bibo's Disco Club - Maurizio Verbeni - Marco Trani - Stefano Termanini - Ralf - Vice - Alberto Onofri - Giampiero Finauro - Paolo Patalocco

Duration of B2 appears incorrectly on the label as 2:01.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Last Rhythm (12", White Label, Promo, Stamped)American RecordsAMR 0038Italy1990
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Last Rhythm (12", 45 RPM, Red Labels)PostRitmoAMR 0038Italy1990
Last Rhythm (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)PostRitmoAMR 0047Italy1991
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Last Rhythm (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Generic Sleeve)PostRitmoAMR 0047Italy1991
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Last Rhythm (Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)American RecordsAMR 0047Italy1991



  • JSExperience's avatar
    The definition of European House music, absolute classic. Fell in love with this way back when and it still brings me out in goose-bumps.
    • guybrad's avatar
      A choice tune. One with picture covers getting harder to find. Some crop up from Italy, so have to pay that bit extra on postage and VAT.
      • gmc500's avatar
        Edited 2 years ago
        Last Rhythm from 1990 encapsulated a lot of what was most beautiful of a beautiful time.

        Everyone loved it.

        The name Last Rhythm turned out to be pretty accurate in a way, sadly. The summer of 1990 for myself and a lot of people was the last of the three or four consecutive great, beautiful summers. For me the beautiful era continued through the years 91 and 92, though just winding down.

        I guess I was kind of aware that Last Rhythm was kind of like a message, beautiful, full of joy, with some sadness at the same time.

        I'm enjoying the Afro Dub just now, with its 86-88 Chicago style bassline. It's from 91. The mixes went on for years, happily, as people tried to extend the last rhythm as long as possible. 😊 😢

        Sometimes I got really into the vocal mixes but the original and dub versions are where the classic track is. The vocal mixes were kind of so different, of a different vibe, they seemed to require a very different kind of set to be skillfully worked into.

        Salute to this particular piece of paradise we were lucky enough to be given.
        • 8892sales's avatar
          It's never really occurred to me before until very recently, to time the tracks on this record. Not only are the durations quite a bit off between the ones stated on the label and this release page. But the Club Mix of the copy of this exact same pressing is off by a good 20 seconds between my copy and what is stated on this page. I've calibrated and adjusted my turntable correctly, it is as accurate as it's going to get. Running time on release page is 6:02 and 6:25 on my copy.

          Classic, anyway. These early versions without any vocals are what it's all about for me. You need this if you haven't got it already. 1990 was a great year for music, even for the mellower productions. More quality and less cheese for your buck, compared to a couple or more years down the line.
          • Johnmarcus's avatar
            Pure class, an all time anthem.
            Huge tune back in its day, that just rocked everywhere where it was played.
            This track just has all the right elements, crafted together to perfection, creating such a happy chilled summer vibe.
            As other people have said forget the vocal mixes and head for the Original Club or Dub mixes.
            This really was one of the seminal tracks of its day and still sounds amazing today.
            • Latiif's avatar
              anthem alert!! the "ambient version" will be on young marcos forthcoming compilation "Welcome To Paradise: Italian Dream House 1989-93 Vol 2: " Out on March 20. make sure to check out that selection, high quality stuff only.
              • mattbat0's avatar
                Simply one of the best !! Timeless :)
                • djrobovw1's avatar
                  WOW,, this tune takes me back,, supose we all say the same thing,, well those who remember all the underground scene from back in the day,,, all the original ravers,,, im sure the originals apreciate being around and of that age to ov been a part of it all, i sertainly do,, it still sounds as fresh as the day, and still gives that feeling of passion in ya body like it did back then.,, i mite sound like gobledy gook,, but those who feel the same,, will know what i mean. absolute classic.. hands in the air,, bliss... and will always be a unforgetable song...
                  • mattrueman's avatar
                    Superb original version (ignore the vocal remixes) of this classic italian house track that borrows a few subtle elements from Joe Smooth's 'Promised Land'. Beautifully produced, this balearic masterpiece still sounds invigorating today - a staggering 17 years later! Although I was too young to remember this being played out in the clubs at the time, I am fortunate to have a few live recordings that encompass the impact of this great tune from the likes of Shelly's in Stoke & Quadrent Park in Liverpool.
                    • djpepsi's avatar
                      Edited 19 years ago
                      What can i say? Seminal track in the history of house music, a bonified end of the night floor-filler. Also good for breaking down a set when you need a cup of tea (or something stronger!). Re-released, remixed & bootlegged into house fokelore. Nice one.


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