- Record Label
- Salford City Records
About this item
Analysis were comprised of Andy Stoddon, A.Duckmanton and M.Bourne and sometime around '91 and '92 they made "Euphoria". Originally released on Creed, with a follow-up EP of remixes released on the Eastern Bloc-affiliated M.O.S Records (fueling the false speculation that they were 808 State, as back then the group co-owned the record shop).
As part of their extensive reissue campaign which documents the heady highs of the UK piano house / rave scene circa '92, Salford City Records have licensed and commissioned new remixes of this classic, 2nd Summer Of Love banger which keep true to the hedonistic spirit of the original. They've even included the '1991 Temple mix' which is arguably one of its finest incarnations with its layers of incessant, jubilant piano lines galloping over slamming 90s house beats and searing strings. Pressed on heavyweight white vinyl and kickin' like a mule - this is exactly what your 90s house party needs to get it firing!
Matt says: Another steamer from the 2nd summer of love gets the luxury re-treatment from Salford City Records. All new remixes, same original flavour!
Side A1 – K-klass Remix
Side A2 – Nickon Faith Remix
Side Aa1 – Steve Luigi & Rob Tissera Zoom Remix
Side Aa2 – 1991 Temple Mix