Culture Beat ‎– Inside Out

Dance Pool ‎– 481404 2, Dance Pool ‎– DAN 481404 2
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1 Intro
Written-By, Producer – Peter Gräber
2 Walk The Same Line
Producer – Perky ParkWritten-By – A. Kammermeier*, F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*, P. Hayo*, W. Merziger*
3 Get It Right
Producer – N. Tielmann*, Q-Swap, T. Uhrmacher*Written-By – F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*, N. Tielmann*, Q-Swap, T. Uhrmacher*
4 Troubles
Producer – Cyborg (6)Written-By – Cyborg (6), R. Gerding*
5 Nothing Can Come...
Producer – F. Bülow*, P. Gräber*Written-By – F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*, P. Gräber*
6 Take Me Away
Producer – Cyborg (6)Written-By – Cyborg (6), J. Supreme*, J. Wagner*, Vernon
7 Miracle
Producer – P. Gräber*Written-By – F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*, P. Gräber*
8 Inside Out
Producer – D. Laurent*Written-By – D. Laurent*, J. Supreme*, N. Katzmann*
9 Crying In The Rain
Producer – D. Laurent*Written-By – D. Laurent*, J. Supreme*, R. Gerding*, T. Evans*
10 Do I Have You?
Producer – Cyborg (6)Remix, Producer [Additional] – Misar, U. Wagenknecht*Written-By – F. Schlingloff*, G. Schein*, J. Supreme*, N. Katzmann*, O. Reinecke*
11 Under My Skin
Producer – D. Laurent*Written-By – D. Laurent*, F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*
12 Worth The Wait
Producer – Perky ParkWritten-By – A. Kammermeier*, J. Supreme*, K. Sanders*, N. Katzmann*, P. Hayo*, W. Merziger*
13 In The Mood
Producer – F. Bülow*, P. Gräber*Written-By – F. Bülow*, J. Supreme*, P. Gräber*
14 Inside Out (Not Normal Mix)
Producer – D. Laurent*Remix – F. Bülow*, N. Tielmann*, P. Gräber*Written-By – D. Laurent*, Jay Supreme, N. Katzmann*

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Track 1: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell
Tracks 2, 12: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell, Blue Cue Musikverlag, Edition Get Into Magic / Warner Chappell
Track 3: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell, TYR Publishing, Edition Partyzone, Edition Get Into Magic / Warner Chappell
Track 4: Published by Edition CYBORG / Warner Chappell
Track 5, 7, 8, 11, 13, 14: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell, Edition Get Into Magic / Warner Chappell
Track 6, 9: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell, Edition CYBORG / Warner Chappell
Track 10: Published by Abfahrt Publishing / Warner Chappell, Edition Get Into Magic, Edition CYBORG / Warner Chappell

Produced for Abfahrt Productions, Darmstadt
Post-produced at Catapult Studios Karlsruhe using Prosoniq Products sonicWORX Software

© 1995 Sony Music Entertainment (Germany) GmbH
Dance Pool is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
Distribution Sony Music
Made in Austria

Packaging: Transparent tray jewel case with a 12-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5099748140425
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099748 140425
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 12
  • Matrix / Runout (Variants 2, 4): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 44
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 44 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 5): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 12 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 6): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 12 A16
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 7): Sony Music S1200298110-0101 44 A9
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1, 5, 6): IFPI L552
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2, 3, 4, 7): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94J0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 948N
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 94I1
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4, 7): IFPI 94I9
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 5): IFPI 94I0
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 6): IFPI 94E4
  • Label Code: LC 6772
  • Other (Sony Code): 12-481404-10
  • Other: CDC

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DAN 481404 2, 481404 2, 481404 9 Culture Beat Inside Out(2xCD, Album) Dance Pool, Dance Pool, Dance Pool DAN 481404 2, 481404 2, 481404 9 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
C - 9151195, 481404 4 Culture Beat Inside Out(Cass, Album) Columbia, Sony C - 9151195, 481404 4 Indonesia 1995 Sell This Version
CDMI 481404 Culture Beat Inside Out(CD, Album) Sony Music Entertainment CDMI 481404 Mexico 1995 Sell This Version
394 Culture Beat Inside Out(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Audio Max 394 Poland 1995 Sell This Version
481404.2 Culture Beat Inside Out(CD, Album) Sony Music 481404.2 China 1995 Sell This Version


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October 23, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

The second or third album for a band is always difficult if you have already established a well known name in the music industry, let alone if you have to undergo major changes in your line up e.g. the tragic death of Torsten Fenslau. In order to fill the gap and maintain the same mood Serenity gave, a lot of producers got involved to make this album. I won't proceed into a track to track analysis, besides, others have done it and somehow i agree with their reviews. This album has everything you need in a eurohouse style. Rhythms and patterns, vocals and melodies even in the non singles songs, which i dare to say are far better than the singles. I consider this album equal to Serenity in terms of melodies and potential. Tania Evans and Jay Supreme gave their best. I enjoyed the whole album and i will definitely play it a lot in my cd player


December 30, 2014

It was the first album after the huge success with Serenity (particularly "Mr. Vain") and the deadly crash by the main producer Torsten Fenslau, so it marked an important point in this projects run. Obviously they couldn't stop given the pace that Culture Beat was going and so a lot of other producers got involved in it to keep it going.

They put a lot effort into the non-singles as well, the voice of Tania Evans has lived well and can be highlighted positive.
For me there are also some negative aspects in comparison to it's predecessor though: First, it is Jay Supreme, whose rap doesn't really fit or is of vital importance in any song. The whole feel of his voice was different at Serenity. He was irreplaceable at Serenity, here it seems to me, however, quite interchangeable and almost tame. Next thing is sound and rhythms: Especially going through this point I realize the quality of the team Fenslau / Zweier. Might be a personal taste, but I miss the groove and the spherical magic of Serenity while listening to this record. The synth hooks I find more successful at Serenity as well. Overall, however, certainly a pretty good album.

Track by Track Review

Intro: Begins with a countdown, then you can hear sounds of an airplane followed by some atmospheric synth sounds. It all finishes with a computerized voice reminiscent of U96 saying "Reactivate Culture Beat" and an explosion pretty much ends it. Not bad but compared to Serenity a somewhat weaker intro. 3/5

Walk The Same Line: Next to "Inside Out" the best single on this album. Rhythm slightly hectic, but has a lot of power and is vocally (especially the doubled "For Time" by Evans - great!) and melodically well-made. Raps on this album are generally not as successful by Jay Supreme compared to Serenity, but for me it doesn't destroy the song. 4/5

Get It Right: No question, it would have been a potential single. A nice gentle-sounding dance track with a good melody. Involved in the production, incidentally, was also sadly deceased Tillmann Uhrmacher. 4/5

Troubles: A dark but slightly monotonous dance track with both vocals and longer instrumental parts. Includes some acid sounds as well. Interestingly, produced by the then pretty famous Cyborg Team (Captain Hollywood Project) 3.5/5

Nothing Can Come...: Intro/Verse with Jay Supreme and oboe are mediocre, the song gets better when Tania Evans and a piano figure joins. What really gets my interest in this track though is the lead melody. 3.5/5

Take Me Away: Personally am not a fan of these foreground synth organ sounds (which was better and discreet at "Get It Right"), but also the melodies not so great on here, otherwise solid production from Cyborg team. Not a bad song, but of the singles my "least fave". 3/5

Miracle: Musically a very simple piece held with only 2 chords, although I do like the oppressive mood here. Also a nice vocal improvisation by Evans in "Middle 8" area of the track. Despite that the track does not offer much else for me though. 3/5

Inside Out: Compositionally and melodically the best track of the album and another great composition from the usual good Katzmann. But I must say that I notice here enormously how much Torsten Fenslau (and Peter Zweier) was missed. The whole rhythm/bass section is here in my opinion miles behind the tracks from the album Serenity, seems rather stiff and monotonous, little powerfully impulsive or groovy. Sure, it's worth a good rate, but is still behind Anything, Mr. Vain and Got To Get It for me. 4/5

Crying In The Rain: "Drop the Bass!" - Cool acted drivel by Supreme in the intro. Shows a very small resemblance to Mr. Vain, the two qualitatively are not on eye level though. The symbiosis that Mr. Vain was especially from the arrangement and the sounds is not even reached here from the start. Crying In The Rain remains a solid but somewhat calculated dance song, which I personally would not count on Culture Beats best songs. 3.5/5

Do I Have You?: Sympathetic and fast paced track produced by Cyborg. One of the positive findings on the album. 4/5

Under My Skin: The slightly spherical intro and dirty synth sounds are highlights, otherwise doesn't do much for me. 2.5/5

Worth The Wait: Nice airy house track, produced by "Perky Park" (later became famous as "Peaches & Cream") and also with the participation of vocalist Kim Sanders. 4/5

In The Mood: Pretty much a filler with a shaky frantic synth riff. 2.5/5

Inside Out (Not Normal Mix): The beautiful composition of Katzmann and the beautiful voice of Tania Evans shine through in this acoustic version. And as you can hear, the result turned out to be wonderful. 4.5/5


November 22, 2013
best track on here (IMHO) is Do I Have You? WOW powerful riff awesome synth and a pretty fast uptempo beat full on euro style also reminds me of "anything" from original album (best version) the single had too much formula.