Dave Seaman ‎– Back To Mine

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1 Midi Brotherhood The Superself 1:12
2 Craig Armstrong Weather Storm
Written-By – Vowles*, Armstrong*, Marshall*, Del Naja*
6:03
3 Genetica Future Past
Written-By – C. Jackson*
8:32
4 Sasha Baja (Port Douglas Mix)
Producer – A. Coe*, A. Page*, G. Schurrer*Written-By – A. Coe*
8:25
5 Global Communication Epsilon Phase
Written-By – Sherriff*, Pritchard*, Rowe*, Patman*, Middleton*
8:56
6 Depeche Mode Useless (Kruder & Dorfmeister Remix)
Remix – Kruder & DorfmeisterWritten-By – M. Gore*
6:00
7 Sneaker Pimps Six Underground (Perfecto Dub)
Remix – Paul Oakenfold, Steve OsborneWritten-By – Corner*, Pickering*, Howe*
7:02
8 Desert Sonic Boom
Written-By – P. Kane*, P. Pringle*
5:22
9 D*Note A Short Goodbye
Written-By – M. Winn*
3:29
10 Angel Baby Format 2:1
Written-By – S. Anderson*
2:22
11 Lamb Gorecki
Written-By – A. Barlow*, L. Rhodes*
6:48

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 029418 023024
  • Matrix / Runout: BACKCD 2 1FS1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1L14

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BACKLP02 Dave Seaman Back To Mine - 2(12", W/Lbl, Sti) DMC BACKLP02 UK 1999 Sell This Version
BACKLP02 Dave Seaman Back To Mine(2xLP, Comp) DMC BACKLP02 UK 1999 Sell This Version
BACK LP 2 Dave Seaman Back To Mine(LP, Comp, W/Lbl) DMC BACK LP 2 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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space.gato

space.gato

November 8, 2016

This was the first CD to really get me into downtempo/ambient electronic. Its still as good as any chillout mix today.
dlgale1974

dlgale1974

October 8, 2014
edited over 3 years ago

Nice track selection, very ambient, good background music, Craig Armstrong's Weather Storm (which features on massive Attack's Protection) and Sasha's Baja are highlights for me.
hobnob55

hobnob55

September 22, 2014
trying to find the sasha track : Baja (Port Douglas Mix) is some what difficult ! .. awsome lp mind . nicks takes some beating though in my opionion. still awsome either way you look at it . my advice. buy them all !
DJNORTHENER

DJNORTHENER

March 10, 2014
Beautiful and epic, not as good as Nick Warren's, which in my humble opinion is the best of the series and my fave chill out compilation but netherless this is very good. Any comp with the sublime Gorecki by Lamb is always worth checking out.
Conjure

Conjure

February 23, 2014

While the track selection is good, it does sort of feel like Dave Seaman didn't bring his A-game. This is very noticable in the mixing, which at times contains more than a few errors. The biggest offender in this regard is the transition from Genetica to Sasha, where the time signature is thrown completely off, resulting in a messy transition that can take one out of the experience.

A solid release, but the mixing leaves something to be desired, which is a disappointment from Seaman, who's mixing is usually rock solid.
faze

faze

June 1, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

The second release in the fabulous "Back to Mine" series. Each artist gets to present you with their favorite songs, as they would play them for you at an after hours party.

Dave Seaman's take on this is pure class. He presents us with a smooth flowing, and chilly journey through some great tracks. Favorites are the Craig Armstrong track, Depeche Mode, and the Sneaker Pimps.

The journey ends with one of, if not the most beautiful songs ever, Lamb's "Gorecki". A heart felt ending to a wonderful disc.
behemoth

behemoth

December 28, 2002

This really is one superb selection of chillage. The Back To Mine series is brilliant, but this is one of the highlights. Craig Armstrong's "Weather Storm" takes things deep, then Sasha's "Baja" brings you up into bliss, and by K&D's mix of The Mode's "Useless", your'e so relaxed you probably don't have a pulse, but when the closer, the overwhelming "Gorecki" by Lamb comes in, you will probably know what's it's like to be a battery that's just been recharged. Dave is criminally underrated, and this mix shows he is one of a few that can do both chilled and banging with equal brilliance.
mastercj

mastercj

December 27, 2002

Dave releases another stellar CD. The more albums of his i listen to the more i admire this man. His track selection is phenomenal and his mixing is amazing! BTM is a downtempo chillout journey that i highly recommend anybody investigate! (5/5)