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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 27, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: Msi Music/Super D
  • ASIN: B00005U0HB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #107,213 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Eisenberger on October 23, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This song was a huge success for this Australian act a few years ago and in the Uk last year and came to the US earlier this year in the Import form by Different Gear and that only went as high as #37 for 2 weeks . Now comes the US release with all new mixes for the fragmented US club scene. First off the original song is all drum and bass and distorted vocals to now all house mixes. The Different Gear Mix(8:36) is what most radio mix shows are playing and it is quite excellent as a straightforward house mix . But it is the Robbie Rivera Vocal Mix(7:19) that is just tremendous. When I first heard this mix it made me stop and totally listen to it. From the retro keyboards to the techno riffs to the edits that was placed in this mix it is the best mix for this song. The vocals suit this mix like the original---rough and hard. This is the mix that took it to number one on the dance charts. The Robbie Rivera's Tribal Session Dub(7:28) has most of the vocals and excellent. The John Creamer & Stephane K mix(9:51) is a dub with little vocals and not my favorite at all. Buy for the tremendous Robbie Rivera's Vocal Mix you will not be disappointed.
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By A Customer on November 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
The best mixes of this track were not available on CD until this release so I'm glad that other people have bought it and included the track details (why no track listing, Amazon.com?).
Anyway, here's my review...
1: Original. Clever and interesting - not straight drum & bass. Seems to appeal to a lot of unexpected (and unsuspecting??) people!
2/3: Differentgear. Forget the edit - all the cool stuff is missing and it just sounds like standard, turgid house. For the full length remix, not only are we given a cool, building intro but also, for the last couple of minutes, we are pulled into a supremely low-bass groove that frankly could last a good while longer. Surprisingly interesting mix for Differentgear!
4: Robbie Rivera Vocal. Despite the bass line, it just feels high pitched, irritating and inconsequential. Maybe this is good "for the moment" club music but, similarly to his "Hard & Sexy" mix for Kylie, I don't like it!
5: Robbie Rivera Tribal Sessions Dub. Ooooooooooooh yes! Give me a tribal dub with vocals and you'll always get me hooked, but this is truely fantastic. The keyboards don't make sense on the first pass but when the heavily pre-echoed vocals get in on the main break it all just pulls together...
6. Creamer K. Not sure how to explain this but I think that this is the best cut on the CD. I'm fairly certain that, with the exception of dubs, the dropping of all but the smallest of vocal snippets ("Rhythm turning over me") is unique for these guys when it comes to their mixes. Creamer K trainspotters will know that they never do the same thing twice so the best way to describe its appeal is its "weight" and "density". Similarly to Sinead O'Connor's "Troy" and Kosheen's "Hide U", this is a heavy tribal track with denser percussion than Moony's "Dove" or Iio's "Rapture". It's incredibly sparse and is really fantastic headphone (progressive) house. Seriously recommended to those who liked the aforementioned Creamer K remixes.
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Format: Audio CD
This song was a huge success for this Australian act a few years ago and in the Uk last year and came to the US earlier this year in the Import form by Different Gear and that only went as high as #37 for 2 weeks . Now comes the US release with all new mixes for the fragmented US club scene. First off the original song is all drum and bass and distorted vocals to now all house mixes. The Different Gear Mix(8:36) is what most radio mix shows are playing and it is quite excellent as a straightforward house mix . But it is the Robbie Rivera Vocal Mix(7:19) that is just tremendous. When I first heard this mix it made me stop and totally listen to it. From the retro keyboards to the techno riffs to the edits that was placed in this mix it is the best mix for this song. The vocals suit this mix like the original---rough and hard. This is the mix that took it to number one on the dance charts. The Robbie Rivera's Tribal Session Dub(7:28) has most of the vocals and excellent. The John Creamer & Stephane K mix(9:51) is a dub with little vocals and not my favorite at all. Buy for the tremendous Robbie Rivera's Vocal Mix you will not be disappointed.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "cmbittner" on June 22, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Puretone's Adicted To Bass is addicting. This is the perfect song to start a party. If this dosen't get people up and dancing, I don't know what will. However, the Different Gear remix is wayyyyyyyyyyyyy too long. It's over 7 minutes! That's my only conplaint. Download or buy whatever, just get this single.
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