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Foul Play - Vol. 4 - Remixes Part I Album

Foul Play - Vol. 4 - Remixes Part I Album
  • Performer Foul Play
  • Title Vol. 4 - Remixes Part I
  • Date of release 1994
  • Country UK
  • Style Drum n Bass, Jungle
  • Label Moving Shadow
  • Catalog number SHADOW 49R1
  • Other formats Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2807 mb
  • Size FLAC 2657 mb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 182


1Being With You (Foul Play Remix)
Producer [Reproduced By], Remix – Foul Play
2 Other Side
3Music Is The Key (Omni Trio Remix)
Featuring – Denise GordonProducer [Reproduced By], Remix – Omni Trio
4 This Side


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SHADOW 49 R1Foul Play Volume IV (Remixes Part 1) ‎(10", TP, W/Lbl)Moving ShadowSHADOW 49 R1UK1994
SHADOW 49 R1Foul Play Volume IV (Remixes Part 1) ‎(12", Promo)Moving ShadowSHADOW 49 R1UK1994
SHADOW 49 R1Foul Play Volume IV (Remixes Part 1) ‎(12", TP, W/Lbl)Moving ShadowSHADOW 49 R1UK1994
SHADOW49R1Foul Play Music Is The Key (Omni Trio Remix) / Being With You (Foul Play Remix) ‎(2xFile, WAV)Moving ShadowSHADOW49R1UKUnknown


  • Lacquer Cut BySimon


Special thanks to Alex, Danny and Hazel.
Also Hopa, Harv and Bones.


  • Barcode: 5 022208 400494 >
  • Label Code: LC 5681
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings X): SHADOW 49 R 1 X₁ SORRY NO MESSAGE SIMON - THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Y): SHADOW 49R 1 Y₁ DITTO SIMON - THE EXCHANGE


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Moving Shadow
  • Copyright (c) – Moving Shadow Record Company
  • Lacquer Cut At – The Exchange


Talk about Foul Play - Vol. 4 - Remixes Part I

Music Is The Key (Omni Trio Remix)! Rob Haigh!! :-) :-) ;-0 Most producers would have listened to it and deleted their DATS!! Killer tune one of his best.. one of the best Shadow releases! Ain't nothing more to be said.
This is the best mix of being with you. A whopping jungle tune. Buy on sight, no hesitation.
being with you is one of my favorite songs of all time. comforts me every time. its like a hood or a blanket or whatever makes you feel better.
This will go down in history as one of the most greatest ambient jungle tracks ever to grace a piece of vinyl.The sample is from Mary J Blige. Steve Gurley left the band and foul play laid low for a year before unleashing Being With You. John Morrow, Steve Bradshaw RIP Created some of the most rushed out break beat tracks ever. Finest illusion (illegal mix) being one of them which contains the best oscillator Riff/Stab of all time its ethereal stuff. That sends shivers down your spine along with Open Your Mind.Sadly when Steve Bradshaw passed away Foul Play lost there way but hey what a legacy they left behind. Moving Shadow's finest moments were as a result of Foul Play.Don't quite understand the review below Rob Haigh Was head of Moving Shadow and this was released on Moving Shadow ?
Rob Playford was head of Moving Shadow. Rob Haigh = Omni Trio
Rob Haigh asked is he could have the remix on his own label, but Foul Play politely refused.
A perfect remix,completely rewires the original and invents a new genre in the process,for is this not one of the earliest examples of ambient jungle? The orignal was a classic,one of my personal faves,that tuneful deep bassline always gets you. Who would have thought the remix could be even more uplifting? This record has a touch that is so light,so delicate - yet never wishy washy in a way that say someone from the Good looking label would have made it. The effect is to quote Simon Reynolds 'one of the most far out alien slices of artcore'. Must be amongst shadows most worthy releases (it all went rather down hill after that eh? rather bukemesque!),and sadly Foul plays last good record.
felt boot
earliest example of 'ambient jungle' yr havin a laugh mate lolthat someone from good looking pioneered that sound 2 years before this track was released?
Rolling Flipper
kardhore - your review of this is bang on - completely different but retaining elements of the original, but i have to say the Original wins hands down NO CONTEST! its a slammer, and for me is easily the nicest tune of the label. Whats with the bukemesque slam? He championed these tunes? He's not everyones cuppa tea, but without him i think you will find a massive slice of dnb history missing from the picture which has helped carve a lot of artists from this era
The Omni Trio mix of Music is the Key is a hardcore gem that has this killer vocal breakdown- the lyrics are cheesy but for a second you really believe this girl when she's singing about wishing there was world peace, when she throws her head back with a beautiful flourish that, for a second, really gets you.
Agreed. This is a hella gem right here. The world peace thing is a good goal in the long term and a way to unite the ravers and electronic heads even more for a good cause which is our world and society... Good positive vibes on this track. The amen breaks are intelligently patterned and layed over with tweaky synths and finally warmed by heavy bass lines... Haha, jungle perfection once again. Who's to disagree? If so, go ahead and disagree then so the karma comes right down on you. True haters know who you are so you can eat the peanuts out my sh!t. I put that on Jungle, Drum 'n Bass, and my Momma! And if you wanna start static. Oh wait this was supposed to be good vibes, lol. Hate if you must, or keep your mouth shut! All 'Agrees' peace and maximum respect, you know whats up homies. Have a BBQ to that! Where you at?? helpful (1)agree (1)disagree (1) Reply Edit report ▼ more Review by DarkSunshine1993 Sep 23, 2010 (edited less than a minute ago) Omni Trio is one of the most influential UK Jungle/DnB producers to my knowledge and I personaly recommend this release to new Drum 'n Bass listeners and Oldskool Ravers, Junglists, and Breakbeat heads. If you haven't already heard, Omni Trio is a legendary pioneer and his music rates a 6/5. I know, not possible on Discogs... but I thought it would be cool if they had a 10/10 rating system to be more specific; In which case I would rate Omni Trio a true 10/10 for his work from what I heard of '92-'95... I have all his tracks from then, and so should you!