Chicane ‎– Behind The Sun

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Xtravaganza Recordings ‎– CK 61086, C2Records ‎– CK 61086
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Credits

  • ProducerRay Hedges (tracks: 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 11)

Notes

The CD features CD Text, including artist and guest artist for each track, along with album and track names. The only difference from the cover listing is that "Halcyon" is listed as "Halcyon (Original Mix)" in the CD Text.

Album includes Hidden Track - "Don't Give Up (Radio Edit)".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-61086-2 8

Other Versions (5 of 34) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
XTRAV10CD Chicane Behind The Sun(CD, Album) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV10CD UK 2000 Sell This Version
XTR 497797 2, 497797 2, 4977972000 Chicane Behind The Sun(CD, Album) Xtravaganza Recordings, Xtravaganza Recordings, Xtravaganza Recordings XTR 497797 2, 497797 2, 4977972000 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
497797 2 Chicane Behind The Sun(CD, Album, Unofficial) Xtravaganza Recordings (2) 497797 2 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
XTRAV 10 MC Chicane Behind The Sun(Cass) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV 10 MC UK 2000 Sell This Version
XTRAV10CD Chicane Behind The Sun(CD, Album) Xtravaganza Recordings XTRAV10CD UK 2000 Sell This Version

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SamPope

SamPope

August 13, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

I picked this excellent album up after hearing "Saltwater" on a compilation album. I instantly fell in love with this gorgeous number, and had to hear more of Chicane. While this is trance through and through, the mood is considerably more somber than your average trance release, with softer beats, and more understated melody than screaming synth lines.

Although "Saltwater" is the easy highlight of the whole album, I was surprised to find several other high quality tunes on here as well. "Low Sun" and "Autumn Tactics" are both stunning down-tempo tunes (the latter of which features a chilling melancholy female vocal that sends shivers down my spine), while "Halcyon" turns up the tempo a bit and draws you in with simple, irresistible melodic hooks. Elsewhere, things are a little more average. "No Ordinary Morning" and "Overlap" never really caught my attention, and the other big hit, "Don't Give Up" featuring Bryan Adams on vocals, is too cheesy for me to enjoy. Don't let this discourage you though! This is a great album that most anyone can find something within that they like.