Anyway, thankfully this version DOES come with Jam & Spoon's beachball friendly remix AND the inspired original track which, when you think that it was released in 1990; pretty much set one of the blueprints and high watermarks of the trance genre before it really exploded post-'92.
So yeah, if your original copy is hammered to death, and you can put up with these two clowns attempting to remix a track that they'll never be able to do justice, this record is for you! Honestly, it's worth it for the Jam & Spoon version...Plus some of the comments on Reddit..
STAFF COMMENTSMatt says: Charlotte De Witte takes it upon herself to have a go at this early trance prototype. The results are lack-lustre but thankfully the original and Jam & Spoons mixes more than make up for it.
1. The Age Of Love (Charlotte De Witte & Enrico Sangiuliano Remix) (8:11)
1. The Age Of Love (Jam & Spoon Watch Out For Stella Mix) (6:57)
2. The Age Of Love (5:55)