|1||Arms Of Loren (Steinway Radio Edit)|
Remix – Steinway
|2||Arms Of Loren (Nip N Tuck Edit)|
Remix – Nip & Tuck
|FESCD 10, 578 225 - 2||E'voke||Arms Of Loren (CD, Single)||Manifesto, Manifesto||FESCD 10, 578 225 - 2||UK||1996|
|EVODJ 1||E'voke||Arms Of Loren (12", W/Lbl)||Manifesto||EVODJ 1||UK||1996|
|SHT 3334-6||E'voke||Arms Of Loren (12")||Big Mix||SHT 3334-6||France||1996|
|SHT 3334-1||E'voke||Arms Of Loren (CD, Single, Car)||Big Mix||SHT 3334-1||France||1996|
|none||E'voke||Arms Of Loren (2012 Remixes) (5xFile, MP3, 320)||PinBall Records||none||UK||2012|
CD in slimline case contains a short press release about the release of the single.
"ARMS OF LOREN is already creating a dancefloor smash, and with their 1st production, Nip 'N' Tuck guarantee a chart hit. It is a great follow up to E'voke's massive club tune and pop crossover "Runaway".
This promo also includes THE STEINWAY RADIO EDIT for a different flavour."
Track 1 is actually 4:02 in length, despite the sleeve stating 3:59. Neither of the tracks on this release would be released commercially, with a slightly longer version of the Nip N Tuck Edit being released as a radio edit. The Steinway mix would just be released in it's full form.