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Version Excursion – Reworks, Re-edits, & Remixes From The Counterpoint Archive

CD (Item 533973) Counterpoint (UK), 2005 — Condition: Used
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Older tunes, incredibly reworked – all numbers that appeared in original versions on previous Counterpoint Records compilations, but presented here in whole new versions! Over the past decade or so, Counterpoint has become one of our most trusted sources for unusual grooves – always right on the money when it comes to picking rare tunes for its excellent compilations. But along with those compilations, Counterpoint has also commissioned new takes on the music by a variety of current and cutting-edge talents – artists like Nicola Conte, Bugz In The Attic, Yam Who, Beatfanatic, and others – all of whom have remixed and remade tracks for limited edition Counterpoint singles. Most of these tracks were only available for a short time, and only on vinyl – but this set brings the best of them back, along with a few other side projects that were never issued at the time – all in a beautiful flurry of tunes that link together the past and the future through a set of magical grooves! Titles include "It's You (Nicola Conte rmx)" by Sunaga T Experience, "Suite Guaracho part 2 (Beatfanatic re-edit)" by Tata Vasquez, "Parenthe-Seizure (Les Gammas rmx)" by Sheila Landis, "In The Name Of Love" by Ernesto, "Everything (Yam Who re-edit)" by Dwayne Morgan, "The Way It Used To Be (Misa beats)" by Misa Negra, "Zouk" by Ennio Styles, "Summer Love (Beyond There remix)" by Billy Wright, "No Other Love But You (Nick The Record re-edit)" by Clarice Labbe, "Wilderness" by Speedometer, and "25 Hours part 2 (DJ Friendly re-edit)" by Lanier.  © 1996-2021, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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