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The Blue Boy - Remember Me FLAC album

Tracklist

Remember Me (Sure Is Pure 7" Edit) 3:49
Remember Me (Original 7" Edit) 3:54
Remember Me (Deep Zone Club Mix) 7:30
Remember Me (Dub Zone) 8:16
Remember Me (Sure Is Pure 12" Remix) 10:46
Remember Me (Original 12") 7:04
Remember Me (Sub Dub) 8:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
051628-2, 0516282, 051628 2, 05.1628.3 The Blue Boy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Jive, Jive, Jive, Jive 051628-2, 0516282, 051628 2, 05.1628.3 Europe 1997
DV 173 The Blue Boy* Remember Me (The Remixes) ‎(12") D:vision Records DV 173 Italy 1997
MRCXCD 2849 Blue Boy Remember Me (The Remixes) ‎(CD, Maxi) Mega Records MRCXCD 2849 Denmark 1997
TJSB 29 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(12") T.J.S.B. TJSB 29 Canada 1997
12 PHARM1 The BlueBoy* Remember Me ‎(12") Pharm 12 PHARM1 UK 1997
CLD 003 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(12") Cool D:vision CLD 003 Italy 1997
OM005SV3 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(12") OM Records OM005SV3 US 1997
051628-6 The Blue Boy* Remember Me ‎(12") Jive 051628-6 Europe 1997
192 285-1 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(12") Mascotte Music 192 285-1 France 1997
NM7026MX Blueboy* Remember Me ‎(12", Maxi) Container Records NM7026MX Spain 1997
OM 005 SV2 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(12", Promo) OM Records OM 005 SV2 US 1997
12DJPHARM1 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(2x12", Ltd, Promo) Pharm 12DJPHARM1 UK 1997
11.70.7034 The BlueBoy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Vidisco 11.70.7034 Portugal 1997
DNET076 - EPD Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) DanceNet DNET076 - EPD Australia & New Zealand 1997
OM005 S1 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) OM Records OM005 S1 US 1997
TJS CD 510 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) T.J.S.B., Koch International TJS CD 510 Canada 1997
574129-2 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Planetworks 574129-2 Greece 1997
981037-2 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Max Music 981037-2 Mexico 1997
051628-2 The Blue Boy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Jive 051628-2 Europe 1997
OM005 S1 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) OM Records OM005 S1 US 1997
192 285-2 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Mascotte Music 192 285-2 France 1997
CLD CDS 5-003 Blue Boy Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Cool D:vision CLD CDS 5-003 Italy 1997
MRCXCD 2819 The BlueBoy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Maxi) Mega Records MRCXCD 2819 Scandinavia 1997
CD PHARM1 The BlueBoy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Single) Pharm CD PHARM1 UK 1997
051628-0 The Blue Boy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Single) Jive 051628-0 Netherlands 1997
192 284.2 The Blue Boy* Remember Me ‎(CD, Single, Car) Mascotte Music 192 284.2 France 1997
CA PHARM1 The BlueBoy* Remember Me ‎(Cass, Single) Pharm CA PHARM1 UK 1997


The Blue Boy - Remember Me FLAC album

Musician performer: The Blue Boy

Title: Remember Me

Country: Europe

Date of release: 1997

Style: House, Trip Hop

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1609 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 962

Other Formats: MPC WAV WMA MIDI AHX RA MOD

Related to The Blue Boy - Remember Me FLAC Albums

FreandlyMan
When there's a 7" Edit there must be a 7" pressing of it too, no? Has anybody ever seen that?
FreandlyMan
When there's a 7" Edit there must be a 7" pressing of it too, no? Has anybody ever seen that?
Wenaiand
Mike Delgado & Matthias Heilbronn & Mousse T. really made magic with this one. The catchy vocal scat samples & driving deep-yet-bouncy keyboard licks just come together perfectly. Highly recommended. The triphop mixes are cool too.
Wenaiand
Mike Delgado & Matthias Heilbronn & Mousse T. really made magic with this one. The catchy vocal scat samples & driving deep-yet-bouncy keyboard licks just come together perfectly. Highly recommended. The triphop mixes are cool too.
Jockahougu
Track 3 is just... awesome. One of my favourite singles ever - I love a Sure Is Pure Remix. Classic.
Jockahougu
Track 3 is just... awesome. One of my favourite singles ever - I love a Sure Is Pure Remix. Classic.
Gardataur
Escaping this track was near impossible in 1997, the vocal editing of the Marlena Shaw sample gave it that really catchy "geng-ge-ga-geng" hook that most people would know the track by. It's awardwinning video with it's stunning timeshifting shots would help it even more but before all of that you had the original track since the Sure Is Pure remix was used on radio,telly and anywhere else. The original which originally came out on the "Scattered Emotions Ep" on Guidance is a really stripped down track. Lex Blackmore took a drumloop, strapped on a bassline and worked the Marlena Shaw samples over the track. Fairly simple track but it worked really well. Most would first encounter the track after it became the main track off Mark Farina's "Mushroom Jazz" mixcd. Sure Is Pure's remix is basicly a big beefup, several new melodies was added, a heavier percussion groove was built on and the bassline was tightened up. It would also have this quirky fx that fascinated me from the first listen. It's fuller nature would be perfect for the masses since the stripped down nature of the original wouldn't work that well. Rae & Christian would tackle this remix in a whole different direction, more of the Marlena Shaw sample would be used and worked into a hiphopgroove. By using not only vocal parts but also instrumental parts it adds some jazzy tones to the groove. This remix is more kin to the real original than Lex Blackmore's rework and is criminally overlooked.
Gardataur
Escaping this track was near impossible in 1997, the vocal editing of the Marlena Shaw sample gave it that really catchy "geng-ge-ga-geng" hook that most people would know the track by. It's awardwinning video with it's stunning timeshifting shots would help it even more but before all of that you had the original track since the Sure Is Pure remix was used on radio,telly and anywhere else. The original which originally came out on the "Scattered Emotions Ep" on Guidance is a really stripped down track. Lex Blackmore took a drumloop, strapped on a bassline and worked the Marlena Shaw samples over the track. Fairly simple track but it worked really well. Most would first encounter the track after it became the main track off Mark Farina's "Mushroom Jazz" mixcd. Sure Is Pure's remix is basicly a big beefup, several new melodies was added, a heavier percussion groove was built on and the bassline was tightened up. It would also have this quirky fx that fascinated me from the first listen. It's fuller nature would be perfect for the masses since the stripped down nature of the original wouldn't work that well. Rae & Christian would tackle this remix in a whole different direction, more of the Marlena Shaw sample would be used and worked into a hiphopgroove. By using not only vocal parts but also instrumental parts it adds some jazzy tones to the groove. This remix is more kin to the real original than Lex Blackmore's rework and is criminally overlooked.