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S.L.D. - Gettin' Out album flac

S.L.D. - Gettin' Out album flac Performer: S.L.D.
Title: Gettin' Out
Style: Italo House
Released: 1990
Country: Italy
MP3 album: 1308 mb
FLAC album: 1278 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: MP3 VOX XM ADX VOC WMA AHX
Genre: Electronic

But too much of the album consists of tired boasts and worn-out beats. Furthermore, the album is padded with filler, making it more difficult to dig out the gems buried next to the dreck.

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Photography – Frank Dandrige. Producer – William "Smokey" Robinson . Notes. originally released as Gordy 918, June 15, 1966. previously unreleased. Digitally remastered using by Suha Gur at Universal Music Group Studios. Thanks to David Yellen and Brian Forgash Additional photographs courtesy of Motown Archives. C) 1999 Motown Record Company, . a Universal Music Group Company. Other Versions (5 of 24) View All.

Tracklist

Gettin' Out (Extended Version) 5:45
Gettin' Out (Club Version) 5:45
Gettin' Out (Samples) 0:56

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MQR 0026 S.L.D. Gettin' Out ‎(12") Mighty Quinn Records MQR 0026 Italy 1990
CREED 12TX S.L.D. Gettin' Out Remix ‎(12") Creed Records CREED 12TX UK 1991
CREED 12T S.L.D. Gettin' Out ‎(12") Creed Records CREED 12T UK 1991
none S.L.D. Gettin' Out ‎(3xFile, FLAC) Mighty Quinn Records none Italy 2016


Comments: (21)
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Definitly a candidate for best remix ever, Robertson totally transforms the original hands down, hammered by Dj Vertigo throughout 1991-92 and making reappearances in his later sets, im guessing the inflated value of this is due to the fact that this release is dj friendly unlike alot of the bootlegs floating around on the market such as the Notorious Vinyl release. If you were to compile a list of Vertigo favs 1991-95 this would easily be in it.
Vozuru
What an absolute classic tune.....this is one to live the ages of time. It rocked many nightclubs in the uk from Mr Smith’s, Wigan Pier, Maximes, Bowlers.....havin it large
Fesho
Who the hell is paying these prices! Is it that rare? Best start playing an mp3 rip!
Mayno
Pfft £120 !! I sold a VG+ copy a few years ago for less than £20. Don't pay these extortionate market rigging prices.
Welen
DONT PAY EXTORTIONATE MONEY FOR THIS.... CLICK THE "LAST SOLD" ICON AND YOU WILL SEE ITS AVERAGE PRICE FOR VG+ NEAR MINT IS BETWEEN 25 - 30 QUID... QUALITY TRACK, BUT DONT LET THESE MUPPETS DRIVE UP THE PRICES !!
Sadaron above the Gods
Absolute utter drivel. You should have seen the prices back in the mid to late 90's. This release went for £100-£200 even back then. The prices of most big named tracks from that era have dropped through the floor but this one has stood the test of time. The laws of supply and demand never change.
Zaryagan
In The Meantime dj_flet You Wont Be Selling Your Copy For That Price Any Time Soon....
Hulore
I agree with everyone on here, Its personal. if you really want it and its rare, and the only one for sale. Its expensive because it is rare and sometimes you just have to get your wallet out.Same goes for classic cars and other retro products. I don't think sellers are trying to rip people off, its rarity usually increases the price. I'm guessing If people on here had a copy they wouldn't be letting it go for 25 quid!!. And most of all you don't have to buy it !!!
Dyni
A record is worth what someone is willing to pay. If you can find one cheap go for it.
Andromathris
theres a growing trend that if one buyer pays the top dollar then thats what the market price is.... which is bullshit... and is happening alot these days and in turn buyers are being ripped off, yes its a crackin track but all too often someone who is prepared to pay extortionate amounts are now setting what a seller will try get for it.
Arashilkis
The average prices are not always accurate i wouldn`t use those as benchmarks for prices
Burilar
An absolute classic in every way. The remix just takes the original further. Still makes my hairs on my neck stand up!
Jox
Classic piano house anthem - huge tune played everywhere real hands in the air tune.With its "Were getting hot" vocal sampled from Gwen Guthrie "Getting Hot", and unmistakable piano, this tune was a clubbers delight and has a real touch of class about it. Still love this tune today, so many happy memories & well worth a listen and a great addition to any record collection.
Ochach
This Track Should Have Been Called L.S.D. But a Mix Up At The Recording Studio, So It Got Stamped S.L.D !!!
Burisi
Absolute classic Italo-house tune, ironically made by a Brit in this instance, but I'm sure I speak for many many people when I say that this tune sums up the club scene in the UK in the very early 90s. It's just ecstasy in vinyl form. A real stand out tune. :)
Dagdalas
Cllllllassic! What a remix, what a tune!G'waaan Justin!
Otiel
What I tune, as the vocals say “Were getting hot, getting ready for the best time in your life” when this tune dropped the place erupted and it looked like everyone was having the “the best time”. Pure hands in the air anthem, with it’s unmistakable piano, rumbling bass-line, strings and vocals that just set everyone off. A great example of what Italian Piano House should sound like from start to finish, pure class. Have a listen and I am sure you will see what I mean and why this tune was such a Northen Anthem.
Samuhn
Getting hot, getting ready for the best time in the night. Sample from Gwen Guthrie - Getting Hot. :)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=434tO5XR270
Simple
Original Extended version is one of these tunes touched by ecstasy magic, a total mess of joy : you can physically feel the northern late 80s raves and clubs, hooligans hugging, girls and drags routine-dancing, vicks vapours AND the Rimini/italo pianohouse and hi-NRG madness waving from the background as a transalpine bonus. As they said : chooon!
Boraston
Holy shit this is a tune. It reminds me a little of a more uptempo version of Sasha's remix of Let you go.
Golkree
Pure bliss. One of the first records that turned me on to the Italian piano revolution that was already well underway by this point. Justin took it to a whole new level of euphoria and paved the way for hundreds of dreadful imitations. Indeed, 6 months later , the UK charts were awash with lowest common denominator piano rave records as a direct result of this. I sold my copy a couple of years ago expecting it to fetch a tidy sum, but it seems it remains a forgotten classic. If you need to hear a sample, there are plenty at that Tube place You probably frequent...