Astral Projection ‎– In The Mix

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Phonokol ‎– 2150-2, Trust In Trance Records ‎– none
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2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed
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Sundown
1-1 Another World (Floorplay Remix)
Remix – FloorplayRemix, Producer [Additional Production] – Lawrence Cooke, Russel CoultartWritten-By – G. Sebbag*
6:03
1-2 Ionized 5:31
1-3 Let There Be Light 7:17
1-4 Enlightened Evolution 5:38
1-5 Power Gen 6:01
1-6 Life On Mars (Domestic Remix)
Remix – Domestic
9:10
1-7 Flying Into A Star (Ast-Roid Remix) 7:10
1-8 Liquid Sun (Cass And Slide Rework)
Remix – Cass And Slide*Remix, Producer [Additional Production] – Cass Cutbush, Pete Martin
7:21
1-9 Virtual Booster 7:05
1-10 Free Tibet (Free Spirit Remix) 6:20
1-11 Electrostatic 4:44
1-12 Axis V0.99 7:23
Sunrise
2-1 People Can Fly 9:49
2-2 Trance Dance
Written-By – H.Schippers*
7:47
2-3 Dancing Galaxy (On A Mission Remix) 7:05
2-4 Aurora Borealis 6:38
2-5 Liquid Sun 9:36
2-6 Searching For UFOs (Bright Light Remix) 7:32
2-7 Kabalah
Featuring [Uncredited] – DJ Jörg
7:42
2-8 Mahadeva
Featuring [Uncredited] – DJ Jörg
7:34
2-9 Nilaya 8:39
2-10 Burning Up (Instrumental)
Written-By – H. Schippers*
6:29

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Comes in a standard thickness jewel case with hinged 2CD tray, inside a cardboard sleeve.

Track 1-6 incorrectly credits Cass Cutbush and Pete Martin for additional production.
Track 1-12 title printed as "Axis Vo.99".

All tracks published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd except:
Track 2-2 published by Dutch Rebel
Track 2-10 published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd / EMI Music Publishing
Analog and digital mastering at Dance City Masters

Printed on CDs:
℗&©2000 Trust In Trance Records

Printed in booklet:
This compilation:
(P) & (C) 2000 Trust In Trance Records

Track tempos (BPM)
1-1: 139 / 1-2: 139 / 1-3: 139-141 / 1-4: 141-142 / 1-5: 142-144 / 1-6: 144-142 / 1-7: 142-139 / 1-8: 139 / 1-9: 140 / 1-10: 140-142 / 1-11: 142 / 1-12: 141
2-1: 139 / 2-2: 139-140 / 2-3: 140 / 2-4: 140 / 2-5: 140 / 2-6: 140 / 2-7: 140-142 / 2-8: 142-144 / 2-9: 144 / 2-10: 144-143

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 296134 215028
  • Barcode (String): 7296134215028
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - CD1): CDI 2150-2CD1 A1 <3119017>
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 - CD2): CDI 2150-2CD2 A1 <3119018>
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - CD1): 2150-2CD1 D2 3119017 CDI www.cdi.co.il
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2 - CD2): 2150-2CD2 D2 3119018 CDI www.cdi.co.il
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LB81
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LB82
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 - CD1): IFPI 5F22
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1 - CD2): IFPI 5F21
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 5F33

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRANR627CD Astral Projection In The Mix(2xCD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Transient Records TRANR627CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
none Astral Projection In The Mix(2xCD, Comp, MP, Mixed, Unofficial) Not On Label (Astral Projection) none Russia 2000 Sell This Version
tranr627cd Astral Projection In The Mix(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Transient Records tranr627cd UK 2000 Sell This Version
WHYCD015 Astral Projection In The Mix(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Why Not Records WHYCD015 Sweden 2000 Sell This Version
TRANR627CD Astral Projection In The Mix(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) Transient Records TRANR627CD UK 2000 Sell This Version

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RLuster88

RLuster88

April 16, 2014
Good nonstop-megamix of songs. so a gapless playback is nice for a party or maybe just for a nice trip without shuffling around the gaps. Also, as sselfless stated, it is the earlier songs, so save some ipod space and leave this mix as a nice stand-alone album (unless you dont mind repeats in songs). Its also a GREAT album to give newer fans of goa (as Maurautius said) Overall its a good album to have around, so dont pass up.
Maurautius

Maurautius

September 4, 2007
edited over 8 years ago
If you're new to Astral Projection and not sure where to start, a safe purchase would be this 2xCD set. 22 tracks containing AP's greatest hits, remixes, rare tracks and even a couple new songs. The songs have been mixed together so when a track ends, the next track has already begun... Thus making most of the songs intertwine with eachother. The end result is actually pretty good. Even though I own all of AP's albums I still consider this an essential purchase because its great to listen to on its own as a separate album. Goa classics like People Can Fly and Searching For UFO's are included... And the closing track on disc 2 (Burning Up) has a gorgeous piano line in it.
sselfless

sselfless

June 27, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Wonderfully blissed out Goa. And some remixes of older material to make you weep with joy. And I agree...Burning Up is too good to be true, emotive beyond my capacity to feel...a nd the nostalgia sickens me with remembrances of elation.

but...

You are better off picking up the real releases...and then buying this one to top it all off.
Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

March 9, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Ka-ching! Ferry Corsten couldn't have done any better than AP on the final track on cd two. Burning Up is a brutal example of melodic techno at its most hideous and nearly brings tears to a dedicated disciple of the early AP sound. As Oasis sings: "Where did it all go wrong?"

Commenting this album necessarily needs to follow two lines of thoughts. Those that already know and have several AP albums. Beware! Stay clear, nothing new here. Same versions of tracks you already have, so-so dj'ing, and a really weird mixing. Check for instance Searching for Ufo's - what happened with the lead at 1:49? Some form of abduction?

For those that does not know AP this is, well, an entrance, if nothing else. The amount of monster hits these guys can look back upon is nothing short of breathtaking and they're all here. Ionized, Let There Be Light, Enlightened Evolution, People Can Fly ... And as stated above, for the bulk part in original versions. Still, I urge you instead to grab a copy of their first four albums. Individually these shine so much brighter than this mediocre blend of 5 years stardom and innovative geniusy.

Only question for me is WHY there was a need for this release? I hear ... ka-ching?