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S'Express - Theme From S'Express (21st Century Remixes) Album

S'Express - Theme From S'Express (21st Century Remixes) Album

Performer: S'Express
Title: Theme From S'Express (21st Century Remixes)
Country: UK
Catalog Number: RXPRSS1
Label: Not On Label
Released: Sep 2005
Style: Acid House, Techno, Electro
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 223

Tracklist

1Theme From S'Express (King Roc Remix)
Remix – King Roc
2Theme From S'Express (Simon Acetone Remix)
Remix – Simon Acetone
3Theme From S'Express (Punx Soundcheck Remix)
Remix – Punx Soundcheck

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LEFT 21TS-Express Theme From S-Express ‎(12")Rhythm King RecordsLEFT 21TUK1988
noneS'Express Theme From S'Express ‎(3xFile, MP3, Single, VBR)Hot Creationsnone2017
70068S-Express Theme From S-Express ‎(7")Torso70068Netherlands1988
TORSO 12070, Torso 12070S'Express Theme From S-Express ‎(12")Torso, TorsoTORSO 12070, Torso 12070Netherlands1988
LEFT 21TS-Express Theme From ‎(12", W/Lbl, Sta)Rhythm King RecordsLEFT 21TUK1988

Notes

"Mark got his mates to do a bunch of remixes as he got tired of being expected to play ‘that tune’ every time at the end of his DJ sets" (from markmoore.com)

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Reviews (1)
Reggy
Worth tracking down for the King Roc remix alone, this 3-tracker keeps far more of the vibe (and samples) from the original classic version rather than the "Return Trip" excursions. If you want a revitalised take rather than a full-blown reinterpretation then these mixes are for you! King Roc are masters of the A-side here, and as it's the best mix then that's perfectly fitting (for better sound quality). With lots of additional structure and dubs this works a treat, whether on the car stereo or in a retro set at your local club. Punx Soundcheck deliver a slightly more electro-minimal version, and some of the samples sound a little cheap/tinny, whilst the Simon Acetone revamp adds evil sub-bass and loops the original into a rather difficult and club-unfriendly monster (though it's still an interesting revamp). These 2 occupy the B-side and as such are far quieter pressings (at 33rpm), but still pretty good quality.

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