The music video for "Got to Get it" was directed by Martin Person. The video was filmed in AlgarvePortugaland in Denmark. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Culture Beat song. Eurodance Techno. November 19, Retrieved April 2, Retrieved December 12, Ultratop Library and Archives Canada.
Retrieved 24 November Retrieved 27 February Retrieved 15 January Retrieved 22 November Helsinki: Tammi. Retrieved 17 April Retrieved 15 April Single Top Australia's Music Charts Retrieved 28 November The spoken-word introductions to both inch mixes are adapted from Walter Kaufmann 's translation of Friedrich Nietzsche 's The Birth of Tragedy. The recitation Motherland - Carcass Grinder / Camphora Monobromata - Split Tape the first inch "Real Altered" is by Gary Taylor, whilst that on the second inch "Fruitness" and the cassette is by actor Geoffrey Palmer.
It is unknown whether Palmer's concluding "Welcome To The Pleasured r ome" was a genuine mistake or a deliberately scripted one. This is the only single from the group that was not released on a CD single at that time, the other being "Watching The Wildlife". However, the 7" vinyl single was released in two different mixes, and it was purely random as to which one you ended up with, as both mixes were in identical sleeve designs and carried the same catalogue number.
Not only that, but the subtitle used to identify different mixes was identical on both record labels, with only the matrix number on the run Get It On (Light House Mix) - Various - Promo Mix 4 groove giving the game away.
The first 7" matrix 7 A 1 U carried the normal Get It On (Light House Mix) - Various - Promo Mix 4 single mix, which was guitar driven.
The subtitle for that disc was 'alternative reel' but on the 7" single the subtitle remained unchanged as 'altered real'. In fact, although appearing to be identical sleeves, the two mixes were actually released in slightly different ones. The standard 7" mix came in a thick paper sleeve, whereas the "secret" one came in a thin paper sleeve. All releases featured an edited version of "Get It On", originally recorded for a BBC Radio 1 session in a full-length version was included on the cassette releaseplus a faded or full length version of "Happy Hi!
The video, by Bernard Rosefeatures the group stealing a car, going to a carnival and encountering all manner of deceptively "pleasureable" activities. The audio soundtrack of the video was included as part of the cassette single. Ina few months prior to the album's release, an early instrumental version of the album track was issued as a promotional inch single, entitled "Welcome to the Pleasuredome Pleasure Fix ", along with a similar early instrumental of "The Only Star in Heaven" subtitled "Star Fix".
These tracks were subsequently given wider release as part of the B-side to the second inch of " The Power of Love " single. The Kiss Of Life - Sade - The Ultimate Collection has periodically been Produce Produce - Beast 1333 - Mark Of The Beast as a single, including during and Scripting the Future of Stack Overflow.
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