Various ‎– The Revolutionary Generation

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Moving Shadow ‎– ASHADOW 3CD
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1 Tango Understanding 7:11
2 Unit 1 Atlantic Drama 6:41
3 Natural Mystic Got To Have Ya 6:45
4 Alex Reece Groove 5:42
5 DJ Pulse True Romance 5:32
6 Bounty Killaz Do It Now (DJ Pulse Remix)
Remix – DJ Pulse
5:43
7 Fallen Angels Frequency (VIP)
Remix – Tango
6:54
8 Tango + Fallout* Revelation (Fallout Mix) 6:52
9 Wax Doctor Cool Breeze 5:40
10 Fallen Angels Taken Over (Alex Reece Remix)
Remix – Alex Reece
4:33

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Credits

Notes

A Creative Wax compilation featuring exclusive compositions by Alex Reece, Wax Doctor, Dj Pulse & Tango.

Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 022208 910054
  • Matrix / Runout: ASHADOW 3 CD 01189603 SNA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L600
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1A02
  • Label Code: LC 5681

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASHADOW 3 LP Various The Revolutionary Generation(2xLP, Comp) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 3 LP UK 1996 Sell This Version
ASHADOW 3 LP Various The Revolutionary Generation(2xLP, Comp, Promo) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 3 LP UK 1996 Sell This Version

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ian_s

ian_s

May 14, 2014
According to an advert in Muzik, there was a cassette version also released with a mix by Peshay. anyone got this so they can add to database?
jonnyh179

jonnyh179

September 16, 2013
edited 7 months ago

great comp of Creative Wax tunes released on Moving Shadow for some reason. Most of the tunes were around a couple of years before this release but that does not distract from the quality on offer here. From the chopped breaks of tango's understand to the smooth flow of Atlantic Drama to the bass heavy dubbyness of Digitals Got to have ya, the first 3x tracks emphasize this camps diversity. Tracks 4 + 5 offer a more intelligent flavour before the pace is lifted again on tracks 6 + 7 so we then come to the highligt of the CD on track 8. This is a remix of a tune that Bukem caned back around 94 & you will hear it on most of his mixes from that period. Starting with a long 2x min bell sounding intro, not to dissimilar to his own Music intro, the tune then drops into some amen madness & super deep sub underpinning the tune. It is just a monster of a tune that I never tire of hearing. It is just a shame that the version Bukem had, which was slightly more rolling never got a release. This tune deffo makes this LP worth purchasing alone! The last 2x tracks are again on a more intelligent tip from the Speed era 95-96. All in all a great comp imo.