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Maybe some 90's ELECTRO fans might be able to help me here.

I am looking for an electro track.

In the beginning some footsteps are heard and a male voice saying "some times the room looks longer",
with an echo (smtng like that).
Any ideas?

I heard the track in 1998, maybe its older maybe it was released that year. Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

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Maybe some ELECTRO fans might be able to help me here. I am looking for an electro track. In the beginning some footspeps are heard and a male voice saying "some times the room looks longer", with an echo (smtng like that).
Any ideas?
I heard the track in 1998, maybe its older maybe it was released that year. Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLQsli1N0to

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The M.N.-Band – Amor Amor

Through my experience,
the reason, why some represses are so expensive, is SOLELY THE ITALO DISCO AUDIENCE.
Why? Because most, if not all, are fanatics.
They want the record now, not tomorrow. Not after a month, no way.

They want it REGISTERED SHIPPING, SAME DAY DELIVERY, DELIVERED ON THEIR BED.

The Italo disco market is based on the idea of: "Rare / Mega Rare / Super Rare / Ultra Rare"...basically anything that can lead (young - and foolish as we all were?) vinyl addicts to be convinced and be driven to participate in a lifetime fairytale where a record copy is drawn out of an attic, or some old lady's old house, or cellar, gets immediate attention, gets priced  and is now repressed, as it was for so long hidden like a mystery from the eyes of all mankind to be revealed in 2014.

This psychological beahaviour (on behalf of the buyers) became know to all those who wanted to be involved in repressing (sellers as well) so...be prepared for those prices. My opinion: Dont buy. You will live.

                                                           W A I T...the price will drop. It will.

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To be honest, apart from some very good dj's appearing on screen for a mix worth listening (not watching - I prefer to watch the dj playing music in a club for a few minutes, ONLY if he plays vinyl - just for the sake of the atmosphere), boiler room, the way I see it, is one more part of the superficial, nonsensical some times, usually under the medium in taste and expression music "industry" of the decade we live in. I may sound old fashioned too and to I certain extend I am.

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Been trying to ID -  A DEEP HOUSE/SOULFUL/ DISCO SORT OF tune a classic one but in a new smooth mix maybe?
which has vocals that go like:

In the beginning before house, before acid, techno, before all of them, we had disco!

any ideas people?

thanks in advance!

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http://www.discogs.com/Dans-Mon-Salon-T … se/2447162

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New wave - Italo - synth.


Vanakos - Shadow boys and girls.

True gem!

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Yes robototitico!
Thank you so much for getting the tunes!

Its the beginning of the track "Blue".

Any suggestions?

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Klart wrote:

no sample?

Kart! I will try to upload one, since there is nothing on YouTube!

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http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=1079034

Any ideas about the techno tune that "forevernevermore " remix, track starts with?

Thanks in advance!

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Evad wrote:

Repost? vvv

It's always a pleasure to play the opening set for Kozzmozz. I love to start with an empty room and get the vibe to a packed room about to explode. But taking people on a musical journey is not that easy. You need to work on it. I usually start slowly and aim for the heads. Once the people start nodding their heads to the beat then we move on. So then I go for the feet and once those are moving, I finally I aim for the whole body and pretty much take possession of their brains. This takes some skill and experience to keep your grip throughout this phase, but it's very rewarding to see the whole crowd go nuts. It's a game I just love to play.

Fantastic!

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http://xxxtravaganza.com/vinyl-veteran/

Queen Of Blood wrote:

@ dica
welcome! smile

@ bloy
check: http://www.discogs.com/Rising-Sun-For-Y … se/3903159


Queen Of Blood, Thank you so much!

dica wrote:

Can somebody please ID the track starting at 1:47:00 in this mix, tnx!

http://soundcloud.com/pinkmanrecords/pi … mick-wills

Can anyone id the track on the 29 th minute? (very good set!)

dica, thanks for the link!

Galliano wrote:

Haha, nice ones. Thanks for sharing!


Thanks Galliano!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl … 2DXfKosT3s

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9MGHRXqrO9o

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What is also striking about the specific record I mentioned before , is the fact that all four tracks have vocals which do not seem to be distorted, when played in different rpm's, at least to my ears and taste.

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Been playing this record almost since the day it was released http://www.discogs.com/Keen-K--Dorian-E … se/433034.

What surprised me though is the fact that I was playing the record on 33 rpm
not on 45 rpm, as it is supposed to be.

Of course I just realised that a while ago but somehow the 45 rpm
sounds a bit weird to me, probably since I got used to the 33 rpm "version".

I guess you have all encountered a similar situation, no?

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Thanks Scarface!

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Thanks Tom Dee, I will try it.

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Yes, its a deep scrach. Any ideas to fix it? Could buy another copy but I am willing to try any tricks you might suggest.

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I was always trying to open those packages as fast as I could, no more.

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Well, it seems to be that I cannot be alone in this one. Have you ever had any moment where you opened your records package (yes the one that included that rare record you so eagerly expected) that eventyally you partially damaged it? I mean ruin the cover or even the vinyl as you opened it using something sharp?
It happened to me.