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Club Concrete | CCON005 | 1 x 12" Vinyl | 14.02.2005 | Hard House


A. James Xavier 'Where Am I' [MP3]
B. The Mexican & James Xavier 'Was It Something I Said?' [MP3]


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01.2005 >> Review By Tom Harding In IDJ Magazine
"Starting with a complex and clever percussion intro, 'Where Am I' soon launches into a throbbing bassline which is bound to get those hands in the air. Add to this some excellent question and answer phrases and you have a truly invigorating hard dance anthem on your hands. If they keep putting tracks out like this then Club Concrete will soon make a great name for themselves. Excellent! 4/5."

01.2005 >> Review By Simon Eve In DJ Magazine
"The Club Concrete crew bring us release 5 early due to pressing plant problems with 3 and 4, and we find James Xavier at the helm once again here. His solo effort 'Where Am I' one of the most twisted tracks around, luring listeners in with a throbbing Euro trance bassline, then roughing them up with snarling synth bursts before going for the jugular after the break with a full-on assault of sawing, stinging synth lines and the chilling vocals "the future... people are going to die!" Scary stuff indeed, so if you're looking for something a little less sinister, then the 'Was It Something I Said?' collaboration with The Mexican leaves out the reminders of impending death and instead concentrates on laying down some storming hard trance riffs. A rock solid release once again from Concrete. 4/5."

01.2005 >> Review By Guffy In Mixmag Magazine
"This double A-side has enough dark, gritty riffs packed into it to ensure that any sweaty club gets even sweatier come 3 am."

04.2005 >> Review In Hard To Find Records Spring 2005 Catalogue
"2 tracks of quality hard dance here from the new Club Concrete label."


Packaged In Club Concrete 12" Disco Bag
306mm x 312mm x 2mm


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Executive production by Richard Andrews and James Thompson. Mastered by Tim Dennen at Unity Mastering. Artwork by Kerry Sumner.

A. Written by James Thompson. Produced by James Thompson. Engineered by James Thompson. Published by Copyright Control.
B. Written by Richard Andrews and James Thompson. Produced by Richard Andrews and James Thompson. Engineered by James Thompson. Published by Copyright Control.

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