Art Of Trance ‎– Voice Of Earth

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1 Breathe 6:21
2 Monsoon 8:29
3 The Hummer
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Justin Murray
7:37
4 Madagascar 7:05
5 Requiem 7:39
6 Dud UK
Written-By, Producer, Engineer – Gerrel*
7:00
7 Easter Island 6:30
8 Stealth 7:14
9 Panorama
Composed By [Uncredited] – Erik SatieWritten-By, Producer, Engineer – Conscious
7:14
10 Voice Of Earth 6:30

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Mastered @ Seismic Studios.

(P), (C) 1999 Platipus Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 98349 30602 2
  • Matrix / Runout: 90907 PLAT 60 SP 1:1:1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L042
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7306

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
plat lp 60 Art Of Trance Voice Of Earth(3xLP, Album, Ltd) Platipus plat lp 60 UK 1999 Sell This Version
plat cd 60 Art Of Trance Voice Of Earth(CD, Album, Unofficial) Platipus (2) plat cd 60 Russia 1999 Sell This Version
PORCU 3LP Art Of Trance Voice Of Earth(10xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Porcupine Records (2) PORCU 3LP UK 2010
PLAT 60 CD Art Of Trance Voice Of Earth(CD, Album, Promo) Platipus PLAT 60 CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
plat cd 60 Art Of Trance Voice Of Earth(CD, Album, Unofficial) Platipus (2), Generation X Records plat cd 60 Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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tekmeister

tekmeister

July 1, 2016
Also, I feel compelled to voice my shock at maxi_vinylnut's assertion that "Breathe" isn't very good, to me it's clearly the album's best along with Monsoon, the rest of the tracks don't even come close - perhaps "Panorama" on a good day, though it might make me want to go listen to some Satie instead. On a whole though it's a decent album to listen to when you're (I'm) out and about on a good day, but the first two tracks are a couple of the few true classic tracks of progressive trance music.
tekmeister

tekmeister

July 1, 2016
Hey, whaddya know - I randomly stumbled upon what has got to be the inspiration for the "ever so lonely" line in "Monsoon": Monsoon - "Ever So Lonely". Even the voices sound similar.
transition-metal

transition-metal

January 21, 2016
edited 8 months ago
I don't agree with ReeferMans comment that this is more commercial radio friendly house mainstream than Wildlife on one, ( he is certainly entitled to his opinion) to me This still falls squarely into the trance genre. Most tracks of this were very good, DUD UK, Panorama, Monsoon, The Hummer are all excellent tracks with the exception of Breathe which i didn't like mainly because of the vocal in that track but all in all this album is a must for Art of Trance fans and Platipus records alike !!!
yvan

yvan

September 7, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
As some of the Art of Trance tracks, "Panorama" is inspired in a classical music masterpiece. In this case, piano parts belongs to "Erik Satie - 1ère Gymnopédie".
But it never appeared on any credit.
ReeferMan

ReeferMan

June 20, 2003

The second album from Art of Trance sees them exploring a more commercial, less edgy sound, in parallel with their label (Platipus) moving into the more radio friendly house mainstream. Indeed a few of the tracks from this album have enjoyed commercial success.

Once again the production is deep and lush, and the direction is generally more prgressive than 'Wildlife On One'. All of the tracks are, as one would expect, very high quality. Standout tracks for me are 'Breathe' and 'Voice of Earth'. The former pays homage to early UK electropop via the female vocal lines, whilst the latter offers a new take on the old idea of combining dance music with spoken vocals.