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Kay Cee - Escape / Love Stimulation Mp3
Electronic
Performer: Kay Cee
Title: Escape / Love Stimulation
Style: Trance
Year 1999
Country UK
Label Additive
Catalog Number 12AD 035
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 365
MP3 size: 1337 mb
FLAC size: 2347 mb
WMA size: 1287 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

Kay Cee - Escape / Love Stimulation Mp3

Tracklist

1Love Stimulation (Love Club Mix)
Written-By – G. Frerichs, H.G. Schmidt, O. Huntemann
5:32
2Escape (Signum Remix)
Producer – K. LacourRemix, Producer [Additional] – SignumWritten-By – K. Lacour, P. Namlock, S. Bodzin
7:53
3Love Stimulation (Humate Remix)
Remix – HumateRemix, Producer [Additional] – GerretWritten-By – G. Frerichs, H.G. Schmidt, O. Huntemann
9:44

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
12AD 034Kay Cee Escape / Love Stimulation ‎(12")Additive12AD 034UK1998

Credits

  • ProducerS. Bodzin

Notes

A1 published by ICM / Alphabet City / Warner Chappell
A2 & AA1 published by AMV Alster Musikverlag

Ⓟ 1998 The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Orbit Records GMBH, under exclusive license to Virgin Schallplatten GMBH. Licenced from Alphabet City Records.
Ⓒ 1998 EMI Records Ltd.
Text on side A of label incorrectly states: Ⓟ 1999

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24388 65326 8
  • Barcode (Scan): 724388653268
  • Matrix / Runout: 12AD 035 A-1-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout: 12AD 035 AA-1-1-1
  • Other: PM: 211

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Orbit Records GmbH
  • Licensed To – Virgin Schallplatten GmbH
  • Licensed From – Alphabet City GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Records Ltd.
  • Published By – ICM
  • Published By – Alphabet City MV
  • Published By – Warner/Chappell
  • Published By – AMV Alster Musikverlag

Video

Nidora
The Signum remix of "Escape" is a true beauty. It builds and builds using half of the main riff with a very strong groove. It then filters down and before you know it, BOOM the whole bleepy riff comes into play with some of those sweet, sweet Signum pads that they used in the ATB "9pm" and Alice Deejay "Better Off Alone" breakdowns.

One thing that stood out on the Signum productions of 1999, was the nice offbeat bass, nice kicks drums, great synth riffs and some groove laden hi hats. Their old tracks zipped along very nicely - Trance with a groove that put most house records to shame.

I heard Scott Bond play this eons ago at Bakers in Birmingham (i think it was at the start of 1999 or something similar), and have loved this track ever since.