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Electromagnetic EMAG001 THE PANACEA 'FEELGOOD TUNE' / THE ACOLYTE FEATURING AMY 'WIPE AWAY (REESE REMIX)'
Electromagnetic | EMAG001 | LIMITED EDITION (100 Copies) | 1 x 12" Vinyl | 12.02.2007 | Breakbeat Hardcore

>> TRACKLIST

A. The Panacea 'Feelgood Tune' [MP3]
B. The Acolyte Featuring Amy 'Wipe Away (Reese Remix)' [MP3]

>> AVAILABILITY

► Vinyl: Out Of Print. This vinyl is no longer available.
► CD / Digital Download: Available on: EECD030 - Electromagnetic - The Complete Works.

>> REVIEWS

03.2007 >> Review By Sarah Wiles In IDJ Magazine
"New label Electromagnetic bring the old school flavas with their first release. 'Feelgood Tune' mashes up ravey sounds, pianos, heavy breaks, Casio keyboard homage and samples galore. On the flip there's a definite change of direction with 'Wipe Away's freeformy hardcore. US new blood Reese combines his own laidback vocal with Amy's sweet voice that propels the track from average to distinctly different."

>> SPECIFICATIONS

Packaged In Black 12" Disco Bag & White Inner Paper Bag
312mm x 313mm x 2mm
200g

>> CREDITS

℗ 2007 Electronica Exposed. 2007 Electronica Exposed. All rights of the producer and of the owner of the works reproduced reserved. Unauthorised copying, hiring, lending, public performance and broadcasting of this record is prohibited. The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Electronica Exposed. Released and produced by Electronica Exposed.

Executive production by Richard Andrews. Mastered by Robin Petras at PureFocus Mastering, Canada. Artwork by Richard Andrews.

A. Written by Mathis Mootz. Produced by Mathis Mootz. Engineered by Mathis Mootz. Recorded at Chrome Studios. The Panacea appears courtesy of Position Chrome [www.position-chrome.net]. Published by Copyright Control.
B. Written by Sam Gonzalez. Produced by Sam Gonzalez. Engineered by Sam Gonzalez. Vocals performed by Amy Ayling. Remix and additional production by Maurice Trudell. Additional vocals performed by Maurice Trudell. Recorded at CommandoBot Studio, Australia. The Acolyte appears courtesy of Future Noize [www.futurenoize.com]. Published by Copyright Control.


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