Artist(s): Faithless; remixes by Eric Prydz, Armin van Buuren, Rollo & Sister Bliss
Name: Not going home
Genre: house, progressive house, trance
Catalog: RISE 499
No. of vinyls: 1
A1. Not Going Home (original mix)
A2. Not Going Home (Eric Prydz remix)
B1. Not Going Home (Armin van Buuren remix)
B2. Not Going Home (Rollo & Sister Bliss remix)
Not Going Home is the lead single taken from Maxi Jazz`s and Sister Bliss` new album, entitled The Dance Never Ends... and what a track it is. If you loved Insomnia (who does not??!!) you will see the same style used here. The track starts slowly and builds up in a breathtaking finale, making every single person in the club jump over and over again.
Now I don`t need to iterate how well known Faithless is. Besides Insomnia, we can remember hits like Miss You Less See You More, We Come One, Salva Mea, What About Love, No Roots ... and the list goes on. Faithless is so appealing due to the strong vibes for dancing as well as for the very good raps of Maxi Jazz. On the vinyl we also get 3 remixes, one "in-house" so to say, made by Sister Bliss & Rollo (the third member of the group, that is only involved in production) and two versions (I heard them both numerous times on the radio) by Eric Prydz and Armin van Buuren. The first remix is a strong acid house track, the second is a progressive-house and the third is (wow guess what kind of music Armin makes :)) ) trance. In my opinion, Eric`s remix is the best, followed by the two on the B side. If you are into digital, you will receive also 2 radio edits and 2 remixes by Seiji Speedy and Herve (the second is kind of annoying to listed).
As for the cover, it has some modern-like drawing, including some taxis that seem to take off and fly, and a vegetation (look to the right) that would make Poison Ivy jealous. This picture is repeated on one of the labels, the other one having the name, the playlist and the credits written on black background. But enough talk, let`s see some pics: