Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Various - In Order To Dance 5 (R&S)


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Various - In Order To Dance 5
Label: R & S Records
Catalog#: RS 94036 CD XX
Format: 3 x CD
Country: Belgium
Released: 1994
Genre: Electronic
Style: Techno
Credits: Compiled By - Renaat Vandepapeliere
Notes: Limited edition with bonus third CD in card sleeve. 1-12 title given as "Polynomial G" in error. 2-05 credited to Luke Slater rather than his alias Translucent.3-03 artist credited as Minimal Vision from the same label Vibraphone. An even more limited edition (RS94036CDXX) was also available. This came in a specially made "light box" - a case made of pale green translucent plastic containing batteries and green LEDs!

Tracklisting:
CD1-01 Mike Dred - Macrocosm (8:45)
CD1-02 Quadrant - Infinition (7:43)
CD1-03 Future/Past - Jam Packed (5:41)
CD1-04 µ-Ziq - Phi*1700[U/V] (5:53)
CD1-05 Speed Jack - Storm (8:04)
CD1-06 Outlander - Shades Of Perception (5:36)
CD1-07 Biosphere - Seti Project (6:08)
CD1-08 Teste - The Wipe (5am Synaptic) (4:51)
CD1-09 69 - Rushed (8:47)
CD1-10 Phylyps - Trak (4:56)
CD1-11 The Source Experience - Voices Of The Spirit (7:04)
CD1-12 Aphex Twin - Polynomial C (4:44)
CD2-01 In Sync - Subway Route (Edit) (6:15)
CD2-02 Kenny Larkin - Soul Man (6:23)
CD2-03 Point Blank - Meng's Theme (Original Mix) (7:15)
CD2-04 CJ Bolland - Austral Body (7:24)
CD2-05 Translucent - Spadang (6:53)
CD2-06 Sensurreal - From Subversive Territory (7:46)
CD2-07 Sonic Solution - Turbulence (6:55)
CD2-08 Dave Angel - Abyss (6:02)
CD2-09 Carl Craig - At Les (8:07)
CD2-10 Speed Jack - C.T.C. (8:35)
CD2-11 Frank De Wulf vs. T-Quest - > (6:11)
CD3-01 Wild West - Citric (Filter Mix) (7:50)
CD3-02 69 - Microlovr (8:28)
CD3-03 Bermuda Triangle - Freya (4:17)
CD3-04 Sun Electric - Alzir (4:26)
CD3-05 Ken Ishii - Low (7:11)
CD3-06 Link - The Augur (10:01)

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5 comments:

PaddoP said...

Aaah nice compilation here, I copied it from a friend some day, but I cropped the nicest track on one cd, so now i can here the whole thing again. thanks! :P

XMP said...

the cover art/packaging alone make this one a keeper - and its an amazing compilation to boot. thanks for the comment...

AMP said...

Yay! i've been hoping for comments on this compilation. thanks paddop!

XMP said...

pee/ess Renaat who compiled the comp is the founder of R&S Records in Belgium. He's got a nifty discogs page with funny pictures and his own myspace page:

discogs: http://www.discogs.com/artist/Renaat+Vandepapeliere
myspace: http://www.myspace.com/renaatvdp

weird. he breeds horses (guess that would explain the R&S logo).

Jerommel said...

Wow!
These links still work!
Thank you.