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X-Cabs - Neuro album download
Trance, Progressive Trance
  • Performer:
  • Title:
    Neuro
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Trance, Progressive Trance
  • Date of release:
  • Country:
  • Size FLAC version
    1714 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1644 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1193 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    346
  • Formats:
    MPC AAC DXD TTA RA VOX WAV

Tracklist

Neuro
Outcast

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BL 007 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12") Bellboy Records BL 007 UK 1995
BL 07 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12", W/Lbl) Bellboy Records BL 07 UK 1995
SVR 117 X Cabs* Neuro # Outcast ‎(12") SVR (Seven Valley Records) SVR 117 Italy 1996
MDJ 21 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12") Made In DJ MDJ 21 Spain 1996
12AD 002 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12") Additive 12AD 002 UK 1996
TET 006-12 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12") Tetsuo TET 006-12 Germany 1996
none X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12", Promo) Orbit Records none Germany 1996
12AD 002 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(12", W/Lbl) Additive 12AD 002 UK 1996
8 93552 2, 7243 8 93552 2 2 X-Cabs Neuro ‎(CD, Maxi) Orbit Records, Orbit Records 8 93552 2, 7243 8 93552 2 2 Germany 1996
none X-Cabs Neuro '98 ‎(12") Orbit Records none Germany 1998
HK045 X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(12") Hook Recordings HK045 UK 1999
none X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(12") Not On Label none UK 1999
HK044 X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(12") Hook Recordings HK044 UK 1999
HK044 X Cabs* Neuro 99 ‎(12", Ltd, Promo) Hook Recordings HK044 UK 1999
HK045 X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(12", Ltd, Promo) Hook Recordings HK045 UK 1999
HKCDS44 X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(CD, Single) Hook Recordings HKCDS44 UK 1999
BANG0031 X-Cabs Neuro 99 ‎(CD, Maxi) Bang On!, Shock , BMG New Zealand BANG0031 Australia 2000
MRGPROMO 001 X-Cabs Neuro 2004 ‎(12", S/Sided, Promo, W/Lbl) Media Records Germany MRGPROMO 001 Germany 2004
DNB 2003-12 X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher - Neuro 2005 ‎(12") Dark-Noize Blue DNB 2003-12 Germany 2005
DNB 2003-12 X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher - Neuro 2005 ‎(12", W/Lbl) Dark-Noize Blue DNB 2003-12 Germany 2005
none X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher X-Cabs vs. Riddler & Headcrusher - Neuro 2005 ‎(2xFile, AAC, Single, 256) Dark-Noize Blue none Germany 2005
DNB 2003-8 X-Cabs Neuro 2005 ‎(CD, Maxi) Dark-Noize Blue DNB 2003-8 Germany 2005
DNB 2003-5 X-Cabs Neuro 2005 ‎(CD, Maxi) Dark-Noize Blue DNB 2003-5 Germany 2005
HK075 X Cabs* Neuro ‎(2xFile, MP3, 320) Hook Recordings HK075 UK 2009
HK075 X Cabs* Neuro ‎(2xFile, WAV) Hook Recordings HK075 UK 2009



Wizard
An example of a good "UK" CD! missing that stupid UK Chart ruling! producers can often make 8 to 80 mixes/cuts of just one track in the studio before they decide what to release commercially! or what format will get them! not to mention other remixers.but more often than not in the UK we got the best mix (either chopped/hacked/edited or faded) and probably 2 naff mixes (but full length!) although the Vinyl B sides got some rare archivable mixes.....this explains it perfectly and exactly why I moved to buying Imports back on the late 90's."As a result of the 1998 UK Chart Supervisory Committee ruling on chart eligible singles containing no more than 20 minutes of material, many of the U.K.'s dance music singles contained edited / faded mixes. This increased demand for imported European & American CD maxi singles in the UK, especially amongst DJs who required full-length tracks.In the UK, having watched sales of CDs drop since the previous rule change, and amid allegations that the consumer no longer felt that UK-issued singles were good value for money, the Chart Supervisory Committee once again changed the rules governing the formats of singles released in the UK. From early 2003, a format described as a "Maxi-CD" was reintroduced, alongside a new two-track CD single with a lower retail price. The current rules in the U.K. allow for up to 40 minutes of audio tracks on a Maxi-CD, as long as all tracks are remixes of the title track. In practice, however, many of the U.K.'s Maxi-CDs still contain only three mixes and come nowhere near the maximal allowable playing time. However, releases on dance labels (such as EMI's Positiva) are nearly always Maxi-CDs in the true sense, with more than three mixes."Manufacture a CD that can hold 74/80 mins of music data but only allow 20 minutes of music on it ...or better still lets release 2 CDs and waste double the plastic...unbelievable! a silly move and rule that annoyed the hell out of me and my brother back in the day.. I moved to CD imports and he trashed the UK ones and moved to vinyl ????
Uste
This was the absolute _peak_ of that time for me. It stood out as the track that everyone in the scene was trying to make. Absolute fucking GOLD
Brightfury
In total (across all releases) this record sold 35,000 copies.
Rageseeker
THE SHIT TEST !! For me the X-cabs remix is one of the best tunes of all time ! Want an electronic psychedelic experience listen to that fucking dirty 303 break and the unforgettable electric power synthesiser that culminates in ecstatic glory! LISTEN!!!The Secret Knowiedge workout is an also an unforgettable powerful acid trance journey !!!Where do DJ's still play this shit !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Yellow Judge
I just used the Secret Knowledge Remix in a recent mix of mine ("Prepare to Burn"). It was up on SoundCloud for awhile, but not anymore (as I don't have a Pro account).Also, you're totally right that the X-Cabs Remix is an acid-trance blaster! What a tune, indeed. Layered 303s twisting your mind into oblivion. Genius.
Unde
I remember Chris Cowie's Neuro when it was first released all those years ago. Never had I seen a dance floor blow up as much as when this track was played and only about two songs since have displayed the same amount of crowd frenzy Its not personally a song that's to my personal taste but for what it is I can definitely appreciate this a lot and coming from Chris Cowie it does show the same credibility and taste he injects in all his songs. Its definitely got a lot of credibility compared to what most of the other trance producers made at the time.
Zololmaran
The writer credit "Rico Whices" is a pseudonym - it's an anagram of Chris Cowie who actually wrote the tune. :)