Planet Perfecto – Bullet In The Gun 2000 (UK Promo)

Planet Perfecto
“Bullet In The Gun 2000”
2000 Perfecto Records/Mushroom Records (UK)

01. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (Radio Mix)
02. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (Club Mix)
03. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (Solarstone Remix)
04. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (Rob Searle Mix)
05. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (RITM’s Spooky Red Ribbon Mix)
06. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (Solarstone Dub)
07. Bullet In The Gun 2000 (RITM’s Bloodhound Gangbangers Mix)

INFO > Produced by Paul Oakenfold, Jake Williams (JX, Mekka), and Ian Masterson (Trouser Enthusiasts), “Bullet In The Gun” was a huge hit when first released in 1999. The following year, Perfecto commissioned new remixes by Solarstone, Rob Searle, and Rabbit In The Moon; this promo includes four mixes not available on the commercial CD single.


Posted on May 2, 2011, in JX, Paul Oakenfold, PERFECTO, Planet Perfecto, Rabbit In The Moon, Rob Searle, Solarstone, Trouser Enthusiasts. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. An Epic Club single! Perfecto is surely a label that guarantees the hits.
    Not Over Yet by Grace is my favourite Perfecto release.

  2. Can you believe that the Perfecto label has been around since 1989?! Love him or loathe him, Oakenfold has been on the dance scene forever and knows his stuff like no one else. “Not Over Yet” is coming up soon…

  3. ahhhh 1989…remember Jibaro? and Destiny/Autumn love which you’ve posted?

    And he is the man who pushed for Movement 98 before he went all Trance!

    I love that Grace single…bought the 12″ Doublepack…bought the UK CDS and then the US CD Maxi…crazy eh?

  4. I was digging some of Oakenfold’s early productions (Happy Mondays, Gary Clail) before I knew who he was. But it was the U2 stuff that got me hooked – “Lemon” is one of the greatest remixes ever. I’ll be dusting off the Movement 98 material at some point, too.

  5. I think he came into the remix forefront with his Happy Monday remixes…and then the Perfecto craze blew up with that U2 remix for Even Better Than The Real Thing.

    ahh…Gary Clail…”there’s something wrong with human nature nature nature nature….”

  6. Just discovered your blog so been catching up, thanks.
    Is it me or are the two RITM mixes in this package the same?

    • Hey Matt. To be honest, I’ve never listened to those mixes before. However, the major difference between them is that the Bloodhound Gangbangers mix has a straight 4/4 beat while the Spooky Red Ribbon mix is built on a breakbeat (more typical of RITM). Either mix is pretty decent – thanks for asking!

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