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New Soul Fusion - Prelude download mp3
New Soul Fusion
House, Techno
MP3 album size:
1885 mb
Other formats:
4.4 ✪

Prelude ‎(12", W/Lbl). Soma Quality Recordings.

12 inch Vinyl Single - Vital

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Listen to music from New Soul Fusion like Prelude, Phazin & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from New Soul Fusion. New Soul Fusion is a collaboration between two of Glasgow's most consistent and original producers - Stuart McMillan, one half of Slam, and Jim Muotune, a fellow founder member of Glasgow's renowned Soma label.

Main genre: Electronic, Dance. Contains samples of 1 song. Multiple Elements Soul, Funk, Disco. Whistle Bump (Extended) by Deodato (1978).

Home Minimal House/Tech House Soma New Soul Fusion . Prelude. Cat: SOMA 047Z Released: 2 December, 1996 Genre: Minimal/Tech House. 2. Prelude Dub (dub). What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

NEW SOUL FUSION : PRELUDE : Single 12" Vinyl Excellent. The first Saga album back in 1978 can now be looked upon as one of the earliest starting points that had that sleeker sheen, so too Austrian band Kyrie Eleiyson and their rough-as-guts 1976 Genesis-modelled & Beyond the Sunrise', as can this Belgian band Prelude and their debut from 1979. Voyage' mixes symphonic keyboard-heavy arrangements and harder- edged metallic guitars with both English and French semi-theatrical vocals, all presented with a lo-fi & production that makes for a humble but enticing little work.


A Prelude 7:42
B1 Prelude (Dub) 5:53
B2 Phazin 6:35


  • Producer, Written-By – Jim Muotune, Stuart McMillan


Mastered @ The Exchange

White label, comes in generic, stickered Soma-sleeve. Info copied from retail version.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
soma 47 New Soul Fusion Prelude ‎(12") Soma Quality Recordings soma 47 UK 1996

  • Bralore
People be crazy! 3.33? This is a great record, as featured on Derrick May's seminal Mayday Mix for Ministry / Open. I can't for the life of me fathom why it's rated so poorly by Discogs users. I think the consensus of ratings is generally pretty accurate, but this a clear anomaly for me. Great tune, a pleasure to weave into either a house or a techno set. Badly underrated, in my opinion.
  • Tiv
Great track indeed. I really like the Dub version. Some people just have bad taste in music ;)