EMF ‎– It’s You (US Promo 12″)

Still probably kicking themselves that they could not repeat the success of the first few singles this is an interesting little Promo with regards the guest remixers, trying to cover all the bases with the variety of styles. If you thought it was bizarre that Black Box remixed ABC, M People remixed the Inspiral Carpets and now we find D-Ream (Yup,Prof Brian Cox’s old band) dabbling with the Epsom Mad Funkers. Their remix is a dramatic,everything-but-the-kitchen-sink slice of spacey progressive house dominated by an orchestra riff. Simon Monday again uses the orchestra riff and adds a little toasting from Rad Rice, turning into a Tribal House track, very Leftfield. Orbital provide the “13 ½ % Extra Mix” adding a piano riff and using the guitar to create their own typically hypnotic brand of techno. Butch Vig (Garbage) is the mix most like the single and as you would expect plenty of heaviness.


EMI Records USA ‎– SPRO-04669SAM_2373

A1 It’s You (D-Ream Remix) 6:47
A2 It’s You (Rad Rice Club Mix) 7:04
A3 It’s You (D-Ream Dub) 6:45
B1 It’s You (13 ½% Extra Mix) 9:01
B2 It’s You (Crash And Burn Mix) 6:04

2 responses

  1. bad qualitity audio!!!!!!!!

  2. The Orbital mix is their best ever one.

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