No-One In The World (1998)


01 No-One In The World (DJB Radio Edit)
02 No-One In The World (Mack Mongoloid Mix)
03 No-One In The World (Frankenstein UV Remix)
04 No-One In The World (Mongoloidian Killer Bees Mix)
05 No-One In The World (LP Version)
06 No-One In The World (In Slacker’s Universe – Master Mix)
07 No-One In The World (Timecode Remix)
08 No-One In The World (Original W.F.O. Mix)

INFO > London born Mark Van Hoen has been experimenting with sound for over 30 years. He was a member of Seefeel in the early-1990s, as well as that band’s offshoot project, Scala. Van Hoen has recorded as Locust since 1993; however, his original mix of “No-One In The World” was initially credited to W.F.O. and appears on volume two of the “Excursions In Ambience” series. The track borrows vocals from the Carpenters’ 1972 single “Hurting Each Other”; this 1998 reissue includes remixes from Bernard Badie, Armand Van Helden & Junior Sanchez, Frank Fallico, Shem McCauley, and Rob Playford.

Posted on December 11, 2014, in Armand Van Helden, Locust, Shem McCauley, Slacker. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Thanks Shelf – I’ve never heard of this so I’m looking forward to giving it a listen…

    • I was initially only interested in the Slacker mix, but I picked up CD 1 last week for this post and sort of rediscovered the release. Interesting stuff – I think you’ll like the original W.F.O. version from 1993.

  2. I miss Karen Carpenter. What an excellent post .

    Thank You !

  3. Great post as usual shelf & i too miss carpenter & also shem for that matter.

  4. Marc Van Hoens Playing with Time was a seminal piece of music, got a lot of praise from the EDM interior community, very talented producer

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