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Electronic - Until The End Of Time Mp3
Electronic / Pop
Performer: Electronic
Title: Until The End Of Time
Style: Progressive House, House, Deep House, Synth-pop
Year Oct 1997
Country UK
Label Parlophone
Catalog Number 12RDJ 6483
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 334
MP3 size: 2787 mb
FLAC size: 1516 mb
WMA size: 2987 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo

Electronic - Until The End Of Time Mp3

Tracklist

1Until The End Of Time (12" Mix)
Engineer [Assistant, Uncredited] – Tom O'CarrollEngineer [Uncredited] – Andrew WilliamsGuitar [Guitars] [Uncredited] – Johnny MarrKeyboards [Uncredited] – Richie BirkettRemix [Uncredited], Producer [Additional, Uncredited] – K-Klass
7:49
2Until The End Of Time (12" Version)
Remix [Uncredited] – Bernard Sumner
5:39
3Until The End Of Time (Dub Mix)
Keyboards [Additional, Uncredited], Programmed By [Additional, Uncredited] – Brian KierulfRemix [Uncredited] – Richie Santana
6:40
4Until The End Of Time (7" Mix)
Remix [Uncredited] – Soulboy Collective
4:42

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDRDJ 6483Electronic Until The End Of Time ‎(CD, Ltd)ParlophoneCDRDJ 6483UK1997
noneElectronic Until The End Of Time ‎(CDr, EP, Promo)EMI Music Catalogue MarketingnoneUK2007
noneElectronic Until The End Of Time ‎(4xFile, MP3, EP, 320)EMInoneUK2007

Credits

  • Backing Vocals [Uncredited]Denise Johnson
  • Engineer [Uncredited], Mixed By [Uncredited]James Spencer
  • Guitar [Uncredited], Bass [Uncredited], Keyboards [Uncredited]Johnny Marr
  • Vocals [Uncredited], Keyboards [Uncredited]Bernard Sumner
  • Written-By [Uncredited]Bernard Sumner, Johnny Marr, Karl Bartos

Notes

There is no actual mention of Electronic on the labels but the yellow colour and font are identical to that used on the mailing list-only Remix CD (CDRDJ 6483). Similarly the tracks here are identical to those on the CD but have alternate mix titles. The 12" comes in a plain black sleeve.

℗ 1997 Clear Productions Ltd. Under exclusive licence to EMI Records.
© 1997 Clear Productions Ltd. 12RDJ 6483

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A): 12RDJ 6483 A-2-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B): 12RDJ 6483 B-2-1

Companies

  • Licensed To – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Clear Productions Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Clear Productions Ltd.

Video

Mot
Electronic were on the wane by this time, critically and commercially, hence the single was pulled by Parlaphone and released solely as a promo.
The album, apart from a couple of songs was poor, the single release mixes hardly improved matters sounding like car crashes of ideas, patterns and textures, rather than, as you might expect from members of The Smiths, New Order and Krattwerk, sounding inventive and unique, it sounds more like imitations of M-People or D:ream and as one contemporary review read "like Dad at the Disco".
Thankfully EMI have released the tracks digitally so long suffering fans can satiate their curiosity without turning to crime or economic despair, the music itself is bland and underwhelming.