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feel every beat
uk 7" (fac 328/7), 12" (fac 328), cd (facd 328) and double-play cassette (fac 328c) released by factory records on 9 september 1991. us 12" (9 40159-0) and cd in digipak (9 40159-2) released by warner bros. german 7" (114 671), 12" (614 671) and cd (664 671) released by virgin. australian 12" (936240159-0) and cd in card sleeve (936240159-2) released by warner bros. the 12" editions were titled feel every beat/remixes.

7"
uk cassette

feel every beat 7" remix
lean to the inside

feel every beat (uk 7-inch)   feel every beat (uk cassette)

uk 12"
german 12"
australian 12"

feel every beat 12" remix
feel every beat dub mix
lean to the inside

feel every beat (uk 12-inch)

uk cd
german cd
australian cd

feel every beat 7" remix
feel every beat dna mix
second to none
lean to the inside

feel every beat (uk cd)   feel every beat (australian cd)
uk and australian cds.

us 12"
feel every beat (tactile mix)
feel every beat (u.k. 12" remix)
feel every beat (downstairs dub)
feel every beat (downstairs mix)
lean to the inside (instrumental)
feel every beat (dna 12" remix)

feel every beat (us 12-inch)

us cd
feel every beat (single remix)
feel every beat (tactile mix)
feel every beat (downstairs mix)
lean to the inside (instrumental)
feel every beat (u.k. 12" remix)
feel every beat (dna remix)
second to none

feel every beat (us cd)

promos
uk 2-track white label 12" (fac 328 dj) and 12" in red sleeve (fac 328) released by factory records. us 12" (9 40159-0) and 2-track cd (pro-cd-5019) released by warner bros. german 7" with press sheet (114 671) and white label 12" (614 671) released by virgin.

feel every beat (us promo cd)
us cd.

press
nme ad (1, 2)
uk ad
select, september 1991
nme, 7 september 1991

charts
uk #39
modern rock tracks #27

hot dance club play #28

credits
bernard sumner: vocals, keyboards and programming. johnny marr: guitars, keyboards and programming. thanks to dna for additional programming. produced by bernard sumner and johnny marr. engineered by owen morris. recorded at clear, manchester. additional production and remix of 7" by stephen hague. 12" and dub mixes by danny rampling and pete lorimer. remix and additional production on tactile mix, downstairs mix and downstairs dub by winston jones and dave shaw. additional dope drum drops: bob and jazzy. mix engineer: david darlington. mixed at quad recording. packaged by 3a. photograph by donald christie.

comment
a terrific single with two exceptional b-sides. the remix of the a-side by stephen hague isn’t quite as euphoric as the lp version, but it does have several appealing embellishments like a piano pattern in the second verse and handclaps in the instrumental sections. the song was ripe for the remixers, and six 12" versions appeared on either side of the atlantic, of which danny rampling and pete lorimer’s is the best; parts of this remix were even incorporated into live versions of the song that winter.

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