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LTJ Bukem - Music (Technicolour Rework) FLAC album

Performer: LTJ Bukem
Genre: Electronic
Title: Music (Technicolour Rework)
Released: 2013
Style: Drum n Bass
FLAC version ZIP size: 1853 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1974 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 806
Other Formats: AUD MP3 AAC MIDI XM AA AC3

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Music (Technicolour Rework)
Remix – Technicolour
B Music (Original)

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Mastering


  • Mastered By – Stu.*


Side A plays at 45 RPM, side B at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Side A: 175 BPM
Side B: 155 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side A): MPO GLR 081W A Stu.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Area Side B): MPO GLR 081W B

The original is a classic but the Technicolour version is ehh at best. Definitely not worth $50!

A truly superb remix... Obviously Technicolour has great reverence for the original version of Music.Slow chord intro, which then drops with a massive kick. Hypnotic keys over the top of great beats followed by a small bridge and a euphoric little break with a sample of Raw Silk - Do It To The Music......beats and the main keys then finish a fantastic release which at the time was battered by all the jocks out there. The London club Fabric had a Bukem In Session monthly night - Flowrian, Madcap, Soulstructure rinsed this... no sh*t, it was immense.The fans got a slightly raw deal with this having to cough up £10 for a white label at release. Rare as hens teeth now though. Danny Bukem is an astute businessman!

When I wrote a review on 26.01.2013 - we were moaning about the prices being £10 lol.......UPDATE: 4years later (todays date is 18.03.2017)Now you are going to be lucky to get this for less than £40/£50.....and this is the price that many of the other White Label releases from Good Looking from GLR080 upwards are demanding. Im searching these all out wherever i can find, but there isn't any ebay bargains either so don't waste your time looking........its a case of taking that big swallow, just before you checkout your £50 on paypal

ok so "Music" (original version) i have always loved, especially owning 2 copies, when i dropped this tune, i always played the second copy on the other deck half a bar behind which makes a great deck to deck fade action on the bassline and the bells creating your own remix version!!!! if you own two, try it.....its awesome - you can also bring it back in time to tunnel it too - giving a great effect....Anyhow....i have just listened to the Technicolour Rework and to be honest, i found it to be such an amazing remix. The original was a pinnacle tune back then, Technicolour has done it very proud so well done - as this could have easily been ruined.....i do agree on the whole Good Looking situation with releases. they are either here, or buried....make your mind up Danny!! owning all the labels/sub label releases i too find it a bit crazy having to spend £10 just to get the remix version however, if you own every release and this is the only way to keep your collection upto date due to the self marketing, my advice is buy it. play it / record it & keep it locked away as this kind of opportunity will be a future investment. i can bet there won't be too many of these, or any other release done by GLO in this way - pay the £10 while you can get it at this price or miss out. your not gonna bag this anywhere else other than the GLO store for £10 and there aint gonna be any ebay bargain for 99p anytime soon either!!!! just spend the extra £3 and own this, otherwise your gonna kick ya self.my question is where is GLR77/78/79 and what are they????

GLR077 was supposed to be Furney - A Song For Kong / Paul SG - Forever, I can't seem to find anything on 78 or 79, my only guess is that they were both on Bukem's Fabric CD as well and a vinyl release nearly 4 years later might not have seemed like good idea money-wise for GLR (considering the cost of 80 and 81!). For me 80 was worth it for the original mix, I bought the original pressing for about £40 a few years ago and left it in a taxi one night (didn't even get to play it!) and couldn't bring myself to fork out for another so this was perfect timing, and the Music release is worth it for the remix alone (already got the original anyway). 83 is out now but I'm not too fussed to be honest, although the previews of 84 sound quality, so will be ordering that.

You need to go to the good looking records website to buy this record !!! D

I too agree, but it is not just good looking, take a look out there, everyone is at it, people buying 2 copies and selling the other, etc. etc. There are people on here trying to sell vinyls for £50+ that in reality are worth no more than £20!The price of a 12 is between £7 and £8 these days anyway, and good looking have kept these reworks off of wax for around 4 years, if you'd seen Bukem you would ask him if they were ever getting released to which you'd get a shake of the head, so I'd rather have it and pay £10 for it, and Bukem knew it, he's only responding to the demand and making a tidy penny while he's at it, can't really blame him for that, and still people push the price up further by selling them on at even more inflated rates... It's very similar to ticket touting, robs the real fans!! But you're never gonna beat it, so you either have to join it or just get robbed every time!I'm a staunch vinyl man, but these sort of prices and the digital release for 99p will lead to vinyl getting even more expensive as it becomes rarer, and we gotta be careful or it may even disappear altogether....!!??! :(

nicely put....

This is a fine rework by Technicolour and a real credit to the original. I don't know what the crack is with Good Looking right now though, they've come back and released 2 white labels rework 12s charging £10 for each. £10 for a white label! The Atlantis one sold so many copies they had to restock! They're making a mint out of us fans charging unfair prices just because they know it's in demand. I bought this record today because I like the tune but I'm feeling pretty ripped off to be honest, if every label charged prices like this I wouldn't be buying wax anymore. This is self-distributed as well so the profit margins must be extreme. Shame on you Good Looking, start showing some respect to your fans!

I agree with all of you folks about the prices seeming a little steep - a couple of quid more than we'd expect to pay - but I have also been hearing a lot about the small amount of proffit being made on relatively small vinyl runs. they may not be coining it in as much as we think. Does anyone know how much a vinyl run makes these days - I'm guessing not life changing sums. Anyways, great tune - great to have a mint copy.

I agree mate totally..They dont care if vinyl is dying a death so they charge the earth to make extra money. No wonder everyone is turning to digital crap

Yeah, you are right. I will not gonna find a cheaper copy in other place than the good looking website, but I'm not really into this single to pay £10 only for the Technicolour rework.

I agree about the prices, but the problem is: You'll probably won't get it any cheaper some time soon.Check the prices for GLR080W on discogs: http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?release_id=4079732&ev=rbIf you're really after the tune, you should actually grab a copy now. won't get any cheaper in the future I'm afraid.

That's the main reason I will not gonna buy anymore Good Looking records. They don't have any respect to their fans and are mercenaries selling white label reworks w/originals for £10 each!

The Technicolour rework is a nice little roller! A lot of people have said it's no where near as good as the original, but I disagree. It's all a matter of opinion. ;)