Artemis ‎– Inner Worlds / Sun Stars

Good Looking Records ‎– GLR025
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A Inner Worlds 8:18
AA Sun Stars 7:45

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© 1997 Good Looking Records
℗ 1998 Good Looking Records
Good Looking Music Ltd/Warner Chappell Music Ltd

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 032781 160258
  • Barcode (String): 5032781160258

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June 19, 2018
Both sides are stunning but always get drawn to Sun Stars the most. Deceptively simple and miles deep, that bassline just drives the tune and is often in my head. Seeing this going up in value only confirms my thoughts hearing this tune 20yrs ago opening up the proceedings on the Blame Progression Session (probably the best one imho).
Was a classic when released and glad to have in the collection.


April 8, 2011
Inner Worlds
This is a track so far away from nowadays laptop click clack, so rich in sounds and atmosphere that it feels like coming from outer space or out of the jungle. Even for a non Drum n Bass listener this is highly recommended.


March 17, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

After hearing "Inner Worlds" for the first time on Bukem's Progression Sessions #1 I could not get my hands on this 12" fast enough. I had been a long time Oliver Lomax fan from his work on Renegade and R&S under his Shogun alias but this 12" trumps all of his other work. "Nautilus" may stand as his most remembered track but these are his two finest tunes. The way he builds the melodies on "Inner Worlds" is simply gorgeous and he does a perfect job on the percussive end of capturing that fine line between beauty and energy that typified Good Looking during this era. "Sun Stars" on the b-side is an extra treat. Lomax finally suceeded in bringing the funk he was hinting at on his earlier downtempo bits on Renegade to d&b with this track. The funk bassline is fantastic and the progression of the melodics keeps you locked from start to finish. Blame obviously recognized the same thing as he ended up using "Sun Stars" as the opening track of Progression Sessions #2. This is a timeless bit of drum and bass history not to mention Lomax's quintessential 12". Highly recommended.