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Silent Running 2016 feat. FraserMcloud's Missing You Remix. ArtistsAllan McLoud, Fraser. Releases Amsterdam 2016. Hypnotize (Original Mix).

Original Song: Allan McLoud - Silent Running 2016 (feat. one-vol-13-cp-21 29 129-655. html ZYXMusic: ww. yxmusic. com/allan-mcloud ▼Support Thomas Petersen ➜www.

Allan McLoud Ft Fraser Silent Running 2016 (Thomas Petersen Remix). Fraser Silent Running 2016. Fraser Silent Running (Vocal Club Mix).

Silent Running 2016 (Mcloud's 16 Year Later Trance Mix). Top Songs By Allan McLoud.

Tracklist

Silent Running (Club Mix)
Silent Running (Vocal Club Mix)
Silent Running (Instrumental Club Mix)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TECHNO 017-12 Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser - Silent Running ‎(12") Technoclub Records TECHNO 017-12 Germany 2000
Techno 017 Allan McLoud* Can You Hear Me ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Technoclub Records Techno 017 Germany 2000
INSMX 160 M DJ Allan McLoud Silent Running ‎(12") Insolent Tracks INSMX 160 M Spain 2000
INSCDS 160 (CM) Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser - Silent Running ‎(CD, Maxi) Insolent Tracks INSCDS 160 (CM) Spain 2000
DMR-003 Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser Allan McLoud* Feat. Fraser - Silent Running 2016 ‎(8xFile, MP3, Single, 320) Dolphin's Mind Records DMR-003 Sweden 2016


Uaha
Typically I do not write reviews (or even comment on) digital releases but I find this one to be significant enough to warrant some feedback. Back in 2000 on Talla’s Technoclub label, Tandu and Allan McLoud dropped a trance cover of the 80s hit “Silent Running” by Mike & The Mechanics. Albeit the 1985 original is not my cup of tea, one could argue that the trance remake was one of the most impressive dance covers of all time. Flash forward 16 years, and the remixes meet the standards set by the 2000 remake.Four remixes are showcased here, including some radio edits for compilations and an instrumental mix (which I find unnecessary in this case). First I would like to discuss the Mason Tyler remix, which is produced in the fashion of commercial “big room” by Space Raven. Questioning Nico’s [Space Raven] studio skills would be a musical crime at best, but clearly the remix is meant for Dream Dance as indicated by the label’s name. While clearly not doing the Mike & The Mechanics original justice, it manages to achieve a higher-tier sound compared to most commercial tracks of the style – which at the time of release had been losing ground to the deeper genres. Label boss and hard trance expert Thomas Petersen also takes a crack at the track with his own remix. Fans of the artist will quickly recognize the carefully crafted soundset Thomas has touted for a number of years now. The harder remix here contrasts the others but sets nicely for a complete release. While it does not deviate too far from the other work of Thomas, the track is overall very satisfying and would place well near the end of any trance or even dancecore set. Concerning the release as a whole, this remix has the best take on the original hook. Allan McLoud presents two new mixes on this release which I believe are the strongest. The ‘Missing You’ and ’16 Years Later’ Mixes are placed on opposite ends of the trance spectrum and use those differences to transform the song to different atmospheres and evoke distinct emotional responses from the listener. The ‘Missing You’ mix sits on the progressive side with a more pop radio feel yet mature at the same time. Maybe it conveys the sense of urgency the 1985 original does, or perhaps it is because the mix utilizes all of Fraser’s vocals recorded for the song. Otherwise, the more diehard trancers will appreciate the ’16 Years Later Mix.’ Achieving 10:00 + of playtime is a feat for any modern track, and this one does it. Plenty of movement and stylistic structure circa 2000 keep the track interesting for the full 10 minutes. I recommend this one the most if you enjoyed McLoud Technoclub original.Much credit is due to both Allan McLoud and Thomas Petersen here for this release. For too frequently do new remixes embarrass an original but here’s a glowing exception. This is a fine opportunity for trance fans to enjoy a blast from the past that's actually from today. With high-quality material such as this being released on Dolphin’s Mind, I continue to look forward to what the future holds for this label and the wonderful producer who sits at the helm.
Unereel
Im normally not one for remixes of 80s tracks, thats something you associate with cheesy commercial trance producers like eric prydz, Uniting Nations etc and the finished article is normally a cheesey hands in the air riff cheesefest and everyone forgets what the original actually sounded like! However, this release works for me, those of you familiar with your 80s tracks the vocals are from Mike and The Mechanics - Silent Running [1985] and unlike the cheesy commercial producers allan macloud puts his own unique spin on this, totally transforming the original. I first heard M-Zone open his One Vision set with this in 2000 and the place just lit up, its a great set opener, and proves that sampling [if done correctly] can be used to great effect.
Xar
If you read my comment again, you see that I already wrote that the Original is from Mike & The Mechanics ;) But since you wrote that the "vocals" in the Allan McLoud cover are from Mike & The Mechanics, and you also mentioned that "samples works good if done correctly" then I thought that you ment that the vocals are sampled from Mike & The Mechanics, and that's why I posted my comment :)
Xirmiu
Not the vocals!! the lyrics are from Mike & the Mechanics hit "Silent Running" released in 1985 listen to it on the soundclips on the left here https://www.discogs.com/Mike-The-Mechanics-Mike-The-Mechanics/master/79820They were as you say sang by fraser on Allan Mclouds release in 2000, both good tracks ;)
Jogrnd
Rich.C Im normally not one for remixes of 80s tracks, thats something you associate with cheesy commercial trance producers like eric prydz, Uniting Nations etc and the finished article is normally a cheesey hands in the air riff cheesefest and everyone forgets what the original actually sounded like! However, this release works for me, those of you familiar with your 80s tracks the vocals are from Mike and The Mechanics - Silent Running [1985] and unlike the cheesy commercial producers allan macloud puts his own unique spin on this, totally transforming the original. I first heard M-Zone open his One Vision set with this in 2000 and the place just lit up, its a great set opener, and proves that sampling [if done correctly] can be used to great effect. Allan McLoud will soon release this again with new remixes from myself (Thomas Petersen) and DJ Tandu. The vocals were not sampled from the Mike and The Mechanics at all, they were sung by Fraser who was a good friend of Allan. But Fraser sadly passed away a few years ago, and the singer of Mike and The Mechanics died in year 2000... So it's sad that both the singers of this song are no longer with us...
Allan McLoud Feat. Fraser - Silent Running FLAC album
Performer:
Allan McLoud
Title:
Silent Running
Genre:
FLAC size:
1862 mb
MP3 size:
1285 mb
WMA size:
1985 mb
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Style:
Trance
Rating:
4.9
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