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Xymox - Winning Mix From Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart Remix Contest
Singer: Xymox
Title: Winning Mix From Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart Remix Contest
Released: 1991
Country: US
Style: Synth-pop
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 259
Formats: WMA MIDI DTS VQF AHX AA RA
MP3 size: 1626 mb
FLAC size: 1674 mb
WMA size: 1347 mb

Tracklist

A Phoenix Of My Heart (Untitled Mix 1) 5:22
B Phoenix Of My Heart (Untitled Mix 2) 5:45

Credits

  • Remix – LA Serra*, Vicious Vic

Notes

In generic black disco sleeve. Same label on both sides; label reads "Winning Mix from Xymox Phoenix of My Heart Remix Contest" but does not have any other track name information.

A-side is specially mastered with extremely loud bass.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A - runout): PRO-950-1-AS-SP 1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B - runout): PRO-950-1-BS-RE1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
868 133-2 Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart ‎(CD, Single) Wing Records, Mercury 868 133-2 US 1991
Pz 146 Dj, 879 939-1 Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart ‎(12", Promo) Polydor, Polydor Pz 146 Dj, 879 939-1 UK 1991
879 939-1 Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart ‎(12") Polydor 879 939-1 Germany 1991
SPP 1043 Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart ‎(12", Promo) Wing Records SPP 1043 Canada 1991
CDP 498 Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo) Mercury CDP 498 Canada 1991


Xymox - Winning Mix From Xymox Phoenix Of My Heart Remix Contest mp3, flac, wma

Tiv
I remember finding this record in a bin someplace and I loved the original track, so I bought it. I knew it was the winning mix of a remix contest, so I didn't expect a whole lot from it. It's odd because I do like the mix very much. It's a solid groove, although it suffers from one problem: the vocals. Having no access to the master tapes, the remixers simply pitched up the track to where the vocals start going into Mickey Mouse territory. I am also not exactly sure which speed the record is intended to be played on, it's not listed anywhere on the item. You can't play it on 33 1/3 though, because then everything sounds seriously distorted, so I think they intended for you to play it on 45 rpm and just deal with the vocals being pitched up too high. I know this was a long long time ago, there was no digital technology available that would allow a DJ to adjust the tempo of the vocals without pitching up or down, so these guys were creative in that they pulled it off. Crazily enough, the mix still works with this liability. The funky groove was of its time, and it still sounds good to me in 2009. It's just odd that this was the winning mix. I wonder what the other entries sounded like???
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