℗ 2019 London Music Stream LC77554
 

I'm Alive (Remastered & Remixed 2019)

Stretch & Vern

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I'm Alive (2019 Remaster)
Stretch & Vern
7:15
2
I'm Alive (Illyus & Barrientos Refix / [Edit])
Stretch & Vern
2:53
3
I'm Alive (Prins Thomas Diskomix / [Edit])
Stretch & Vern
3:38
4
I'm Alive (Wax Worx Remix)
Stretch & Vern
6:28
5
I'm Alive (Wax Worx Remix Dub)
Stretch & Vern
6:28
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I'm Alive (Andrew Galea Remix)
Stretch & Vern
5:43
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I'm Alive (Fatboy Comes Alive 1996 Remix)
Stretch & Vern
4:59
Total Playing Time    37:24
"I'm Alive" is a 1996 song recorded by London-based DJ/Producers Silvester Stretch (Stuart Collins) and Jules Vern (Julian Peake). The song uses a sample from the 1979 song "Boogie Wonderland" by American R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire, featuring The Emotions and 'The Vision' by Prophecy feat. Africa True. It peaked on number 6 in the UK and was also featured on Coca-Cola advert campaigns.

This special release features a brand new 2019 mix and master along with several remixes.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – London Music Stream Studio Masters

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