45 RPM (album)

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45 RPM
Studio album by Paul van Dyk
Released December 5, 1994 (1994-12-05)
Genre Trance, house, techno, dance, electro
Label MFS (Germany)
Deviant (UK)
Mute (U.S.)
Producer Paul van Dyk
Johnny Klimek
Paul van Dyk chronology
45 RPM
Seven Ways
(1996)Seven Ways1996
Singles from 45 RPM
  1. "For an Angel"
    Released: August 24, 1998
Professional ratings
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Allmusic 3.5/5 stars [1]

45 RPM is the debut album by Paul van Dyk. It was released in Germany on the MFS label on December 5th, 1994. It was then released on Deviant Records in the UK and Mute Records in the USA in 1998.

Initial copies of the German album came with a bonus disc of remixes Van Dyk had done for other artists called 45 Remixes Per Minute. Among the artists featured on this disc were New Order and Inspiral Carpets.

Track listings[edit]

Main disc
No. Title Length
1. "Introjection" 4:05
2. "I'm Comin' (To Take You Away)" 6:13
3. "For an Angel" (vocals: Ute Lampka-Konrad) 6:22
4. "45 RPM" 5:10
5. "Spannung (Tension)" 6:58
6. "Emergency!" 6:01
7. "Rushin' (Revolutions Per Minute)" 6:29
8. "Pump This Party (Video Edit)" 6:13
9. "Ooh! La La! (Krankenhouse Mix)" 6:13
10. "A Magical Moment" 6:01
11. "Pump This 45" 5:25
12. "Ejeculoutro" 4:11


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