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The Time Frequency - Real Love '93 mp3 album

The Time Frequency - Real Love '93

Musician: The Time Frequency
Album title: Real Love '93
Style: Techno
Released: 1993
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1781 mb
Size APE version: 1368 mb
Size WMA version: 1819 mb
Rating ✫: 4.6
Votes: 846
Format: ADX FLAC WMA MIDI DTS ASF MP4
Genre: Electronic

The Time Frequency - Real Love '93 mp3 album

The Time Frequency - Real Love '93 mp3 album

Tracklist

Real Love '93 (7" Mix) 4:05
Real Love '93 (12" Mix) 5:25
Real Love (Original 12") 5:14
Real Love (Dream Frequency's Utopia Remix) 6:13

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KGB D 011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(CD, Single, CD1) Internal Affairs KGB D 011 UK 1993
KGB P 011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 / Retribution '93 ‎(12", Promo) Internal Affairs KGB P 011 UK 1993
KGB 011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(7") Internal Affairs KGB 011 UK 1993
74321 16766 2 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(CD, Maxi, CD1) Jive 74321 16766 2 UK 1993
KGB DR 011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(CD, Single, CD2) Internal Affairs KGB DR 011 UK 1993
KGBD011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(CD, Single, Car) BMG KGBD011 Australia 1993
KGB M 011 The Time Frequency Real Love '93 ‎(Cass, Single) Internal Affairs KGB M 011 UK 1993
FTT 001 The Time Frequency Real Love 93 / Retribution 93 ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Not On Label FTT 001 UK 1993
KGB T 011 The Time Frequency Real Love ‎(12") Internal Affairs KGB T 011 UK 1993
KGB DP 011 The Time Frequency Real Love ‎(CD, Maxi, Promo) Internal Affairs KGB DP 011 UK 1993



AnnyMars
As a TTF collector & completist (well up to 1994 anyway), I'd like this promo.But even I balk at the prices here. I'd pay 15 quid top. I don't think you could say there's a large market for TTF promos (how many TTF completists do you know?).Don't believe everything you're told, your CD promo can't be bought or sold...
Jesmi
If you can put your inhibitions aside you may be surprised at how good this is. Many ‘purists’ (sic ‘snobs’) scoffed at The Time Frequency, and still do today, mainly because they chose to ply their trade via the rave scene. However ‘Real Love’ managed to retain the optimistic energy and hard techno sounds of rave music while mixing in a good understanding of song structure to create an accessible tune that also proved to be a chart crossover success. The atmosphere of The Time Frequency’s live performances (apparently quite good) is captured on ‘Retribution’, one of their most popular songs. More importantly, the Dream Frequency’s remix was picked up by credible house DJ’s and clubs, and was even championed by Pete Tong’s Essential Selection, back when Pete’s Friday night show was the ONLY place on national UK radio to hear the latest dance music.