Dario G ‎– Sunmachine

Eternal ‎– 3984-23378-2
CD, Album


1 Sunchyme 6:19
2 Carnaval De Paris 5:09
3 Sunmachine 7:19
4 Voices 5:20
5 Be My Friend 8:08
6 Peaches 6:17
7 Malaway 7:18
8 Revolution 9:16
9 Voices (Acoustic Version) 3:27
10 End Of The Beginning 10:30

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Made in Germany for UK market and for French market.

Mastered at CTS Studios, London.
Pre-production and mixed at Lansdowne Recording Studios, London January to April 1998.
Photography by Andy Earl, assisted by Ted Humble-Smith. Design by Edd Bettison at WEA.
(p) & (c) 1998 Warner Music UK Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 3984-23378-2 3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L012
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 05F4
  • Matrix / Runout: [Warner W Logo] 398423378-2 05/98
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC4281
  • Other (Distribution code): FRANCE: WE 833

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WICD 5264 Dario G Sunmachine(CD, Album) Warner Music UK Ltd. WICD 5264 South Africa 1998 Sell This Version
2-47019-AB Dario G Sun Machine - Album Advance(CD, Album, Promo) Reprise Records 2-47019-AB 1998 Sell This Version
3984-23378-2 Dario G Sunmachine(CD, Album, Unofficial) Eternal (2) 3984-23378-2 Russia 1998 Sell This Version
3984-23378-4 Dario G Sunmachine(Cass, Album) Warner Music Poland 3984-23378-4 Poland 1998 Sell This Version
3984-23378-2 Dario G Sunmachine(CD, Album) Eternal 3984-23378-2 Australia 1998 Sell This Version


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November 26, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Yes, I know, this is pretty cheesy. But I don't care at all, this cd means to much for me!
This is for sure a 'sunmachine', you can't find more sun in one single cd! Pure happiness!
I guess you all have heard the cute opener "Sunchyme" with the ultra-happy melody! Impossible to not like this tune!
Next track is the World Cup-anthem "Carnaval de Paris" with one of the most recognisable melodies ever done. As the track before - impossible to not like this!
Then we have a cover from an old David Bowie-song, called "Memory of free festival". Here the track is called "Sunmachine", and that's a pretty good explanation of what this song is! The flute solo and organ solo in the end are so damn catchy! It gives me goosebumps!
Next stop is a The Beach-soundtrack, the vocal chill-out tune "Voices". Cheesy as hell, yes, but very relaxing!

Now we come to the deeper side of Dario G. It gets a little more monotone and "trippy". But don't worry, the sunny touch is still there. Great dancefloor-music! Pure joy, all the way!

But the party has to stop some time. Track #9 is an acoustic version of "Voices", and as I mentioned in the original version this is a very relaxing tune.
Now to track #10, "The end of the beginning". What a tune this is! A ten minute long ambient journey with the most gorgeous melody you can imagine! And the way Dario G success to throw in some tracks of both "Sunchyme" and "Sunmachine" is just a work of art! This tune works best after listening to the whole album. Then the last minute of this tune really can bring tears to you eyes!

So my tip is: don't be afraid to give this cd a listen. I know that this cd has been a part of me since I was 10 years old, and that is a big reason that I love this cd. But I do still listen to it sometimes. Not to bring old memories back, but to think of happy times by the crystal clear water in the Carribean Sea or something like that. This cd is for sure a 'sunmachine'. =)

PS. Avoid Dario G's later works - horrible. But you should really check out Corderoy's trance-remix of Sunchyme. One of the best melodic trancers I've heard...=)