This video for Carl Cox’s I Want You (Forever) is so 1991 it hurts…
Back in 1991, legendary DJ Carl Cox dipped his toe into the production game, with the release of I Want You (Forever), arguably the great man’s finest solo work.
With slamming breakbeats, but up vocal snippets and plenty of Mentasm-style rave stabs, it’s a quality piece of work, released on Paul Oakenfold’s Perfecto Records.
And as you would expect from a release in 1991, it also features a fantastic video, with all the early 90s trimmings you would expect, psychedelic fractals, silhouettes of ravers, fast cars speeding through tunnels, spinning vinyl and of course, plenty of closeups of Sir Cox himself.
[Kudos to Pulsi79 for the upload]