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Tracklist


1From Here To Eternity (Dub)
Edited By – Danny Tenaglia, Konrad CarelliEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Rob RivesExecutive-Producer – Michael SuiterKeyboards, Programmed By – Danny TenagliaMusic By, Text By – Giorgio Moroder, Steve BelloteRemix, Producer – Danny Tenaglia
9:32
2 Page 4
3From Here To Eternity (Danny Tenaglia Dub)
Edited By – Danny Tenaglia, Konrad CarelliEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Rob RivesExecutive-Producer – Michael SuiterKeyboards, Programmed By – Danny TenagliaMusic By, Text By – Giorgio Moroder, Steve BelloteRemix, Producer – Danny Tenaglia
8:47
4From Here To Eternity (Extended Club Mix)
Edited By – Danny Tenaglia, Konrad CarelliEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Rob RivesExecutive-Producer – Michael SuiterKeyboards, Programmed By – Danny TenagliaMusic By, Text By – Giorgio Moroder, Steve BelloteRemix, Producer – Danny Tenaglia
13:01
5 Page 1
6From Here To Eternity (Padapella)
Edited By – Danny Tenaglia, Konrad CarelliEngineer [Remix Engineer] – Rob RivesExecutive-Producer – Michael SuiterKeyboards, Programmed By – Danny TenagliaMusic By, Text By – Giorgio Moroder, Steve BelloteRemix, Producer – Danny Tenaglia
2:43
7 Page 3
8From Here To Eternity (Rhythm Masters Remix)
Remix, Producer, Programmed By – Rhythm Masters, Robert Chetcuti, Steve McGuinness
8:04
9 Page 2

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FUEL #34Danny Tenaglia Vs. Giorgio Moroder Danny Tenaglia Vs. Giorgio Moroder - From Here To Eternity ‎(12")Fuel RecordsFUEL #34Germany2000
DFUN 021Danny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder Danny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder - From Here To Eternity ‎(2x12", Promo, W/Lbl, Sti)Dis-Funktional RecordingsDFUN 021UK2002
CNF 025Giorgio Moroder From Here To Eternity ‎(12", Promo)Caus-N'-ff-ctCNF 025Germany1999
CNF 025Giorgio Moroder From Here To Eternity ‎(2x12")Caus-N'-ff-ctCNF 025Germany1999
CNF 025-DDanny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder Danny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder - From Here To Eternity ‎(7xFile, MP3, 320)Caus-N'-ff-ctCNF 025-DGermany2000

Credits


  • Lacquer Cut ByMIKE'S™

Notes


Collectors edition double pack with new remixes from Rhythm Masters and Danny Tenaglia.

Page 1 Verse1. to Verse 4 are produced for Stay Tunes Productions. Published by Axxis Musikverlag GmbH (Germany). Licensed from caus n ff ct.
Page 4 Verse 5. is produced for Seven Music Promotions Limited. Recorded at rm studios.

Manufacturer and distributer is listed as "Cyber Productions, France".
Licensor listed as "caus n ff ct".

Vinyl sides are referred to as "page"s instead of Side A, B, C, D.
The track positions are listed in "verse"s with numeral suffix. These are continuous.

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 08 48651 20 1A1 DFUNK 21 MIKE'S™-THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 08 48651 20 1BA1 DFUNK 21 MIKE'S™-THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 08 48651 20 1C1 DFUNK 21 MIKE'S™-THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 08 48651 20 1D1 DFUNK 21

Companies


  • Published By – Axxis Musikverlag GmbH
  • Licensed From – Caus-N'-ff-ct
  • Mastered At – The Exchange
  • Manufactured By – Cyber Production
  • Distributed By – Cyber Production
  • Produced For – Stay Tuned Productions
  • Produced For – Seven Music Promotions
  • Recorded At – RM Studios

Video


Danny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder - From Here To Eternity MP3 FLAC
Performer: Danny Tenaglia vs. Giorgio Moroder
Genre: Electronic
Title: From Here To Eternity
Country: UK & Europe
Released: May 2002
Style: House
MP3 album: 1635 mb
FLAC album: 1865 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 657
Source: 2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
№ Cat: DFUN 021
Label: Dis-Funktional Recordings

Doomwarden
Remixes of classics can go either way, but when you take the world's number one DJ (it's official!) in a soundclash with the don of electronica, the results thankfully justify the means. Ignore Tenaglia's vocal tinged Club Mix that has that twee Euro-edge, and head straight for his Dub - rough, sweaty house at is most minimal and progressive best and one that'll shortly be heard in the more discerning clubs alongside his equally essential reworking of Green Velvet's "Flash". His bass-savvy fucked-up offering deftly straddles the line that separates commercial and club-culture, and is probably even more of a must than these few enthused words can begin to convey. Get it bought.