Chris. Su* ‎– Solaris Theme

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Subtitles ‎– SUBTITLES041
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Solaris Theme 6:20
AA Back And Forth 5:54

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUBTITLES041 Chris. Su* Solaris Theme(12", RP) Subtitles SUBTITLES041 UK 2010 Sell This Version
SUBTITLES041 Chris. Su* Solaris Theme(12", TP, Sta) Subtitles SUBTITLES041 UK 2005 Sell This Version
SUBTITLES041 Chris. Su* Solaris Theme(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Subtitles SUBTITLES041 UK 2005 Sell This Version

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DJSIKsf

DJSIKsf

January 30, 2017
It's a tough toss-up between this and the VIP on Subtitles050, but they both have their respective spots in a mix. The original would make a great closer or utilized in winding down the energy, whereas the VIP acts as a good ramp-up or a bridge from atmospheric to harder stuff. Both are 5/5.
ClJA28

ClJA28

November 22, 2016
Still Chris Su's finest moment. Probably one of my favourite ever tunes.

Techy but beautiful and with perfect samples.

B-side decent too but all about Solaris...
drazel

drazel

October 22, 2007

The first version of Chris su's (now) classical Solaris theme.
2005 was a great year for Subtitles, and this 12" is one of the proofs. The Solaris theme is a liquid monument, using samples of Natasha McElhone's voice on the Solaris movie by Soderbergh.
The ones who saw this complicated and slow Sf movie will remember how's important the sample, because "Chris what it is ? Don't you love me anymore ?" is the story key of the film.
So Chris su (using the sample for is own name ?) really respect the original film with his production. He used the shaped strings of the OST for his background ambiance, and put the all thing together with a wonderfull sub-basse which is growing up on mediums while the track rolling. Just a break for remember the voice and the end of the track combinate the basse of the start with a four key melody that will stick in you mind for days.
The b side, Back and forth is a classical jump up basse line with liquid programation on the drums. A starter for all dj that beging his session with funny stuff before becoming real, but the real piece of the 12" is the Solaris theme.
Such a shame that everyone forget this one for the vip version of Solaris, because i think that this one get a better production and have better sequences than the vip.
Don't miss it !