Antarctica* ‎– Return To Reality

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React ‎– 12 REACT 173
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Vinyl, 12"
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The vocal sample on this record is Samuel L Jackson from the film 'Sphere' "Please return to reality"

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  • Barcode: 5021620961118

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
REACT173 Antarctica* Return To Reality(3xFile, MP3, 320) React REACT173 UK Unknown
12 REACT 173 Antarctica* Return To Reality(12", Promo) React 12 REACT 173 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CDREACT173 Antarctica* Return To Reality(CD, Single) React CDREACT173 UK 2000 Sell This Version
REACT173 Antarctica* Return To Reality(3xFile, FLAC) React REACT173 UK Unknown

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Mesmer

Mesmer

April 13, 2008
I would add that the original mix is actually the best one here. It is typical of Steve Gibbs during 1998-2001. A sublime, yet beautiful, building prog. trancer with loads of hands-in-the-air appeal. This guy (and this track) is one of the most underrated and seemingly unappreciated trance producers of the late 90's. I hardly ever hear mention of Steve Gibbs in amongst the likes of Tiesto and PVD, yet I think he produced some of the most original and wonderful pieces of trance the world has seen.
Just check out tracks like 'Altitude - Night Stalker and Excession' or his remix of 'Velvet girl - Walking In Sunshine' - epic, moving tunes for the soul.
Universe

Universe

September 18, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The Original version is certainly a more than good enough progressive trancer. However the Way Out West boys take this tune to another level as they deliver probably their finest remix to date.

Nick Warren & Jody Wisternoff tighten and beef up the production to produce a twirly kick arse stomper in a manner similar to that which Paul Van Dyk achieved with his
legendary remix of Binary Finary's '1998'. They also manage to accentuate this records symphonic feel, whilst adding a touch of their own Way Out West breaks trademark.

A classic club trancer.