Dr Alex Paterson* ‎– Dr Alex Paterson's Voyage Into Paradise

LSD - Liquid Sound Design ‎– bflcd47, LSD - Liquid Sound Design ‎– BFLCD47
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1 Nomads Of Dub Spirals
Written-By, Producer – N. Barber*, S. Posford*
2 Dub Trees Buffalo
Producer – YouthProducer [Additional], Programmed By [Additional] – Greg HunterProgrammed By, Engineer, Mixed By – Greg Hunter, YouthWritten-By – Greg Hunter, M.Glover*
3 Sons Of Arqa* Albatross
Producer, Performer – Sons Of Arqa*Written-By – P. Green*
4 The Rob* 4 Horseman
Written-By, Producer – Alex Paterson, Guy Pratt
5 Kiosk Pip In The Pudding
Written-By, Producer – Hugo Nicolson, Youth
6 Killing Joke Requiem
Producer – Killing JokeRemix – Greg Hunter, ThrashWritten-By – K. Walker*, J. Coleman*, M. Glover*, P. Ferguson*
7 Industrial Suicide Tribe Aqua Sufi
Written-By, Producer – Mad Sheer Khan, Simon Posford
8 Easy (6) D'ya Dig'
Featuring [On Decks] – Andy PraggRemix – Kaleidoscope 97*Written-By, Producer – Ed Knight, Ian Morgan (2), Mike Gant
9 Unknown Artist Untitled 0:53

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Catalog number on sleeve: bflcd47
Catalog number on disc: BFLCD47

Track 4 is a remix of "Hamlet of Kings" from The Orb - Cydonia.
While eight tracks are listed on the tray card, a ninth brief unattributed track is actually present on the CD.

Sleeve @ Dusk Digital, London.

This Compilation ℗ 2001 Dragonfly Records © 2001 Dragonfly Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 025055 800479 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5025055800479
  • Matrix / Runout: BFLCD47 2:1:4
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 7302


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August 14, 2017
I loved it, it does exactly what the tile says, fantastic dub spliced with the Orbs trademark zany humour, kind of like Jah Wobbles Betrayal album


September 21, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Yet another brilliant old chillout compilation that holds in the magnificent Nomads of Dub song Spirals. That song itself hasn't aged a bit since it first saw the daylight in Twisted Records' compilation Eclipse: A Journey of Permanence & Impermanence. Followed by Dub Trees' Buffalo and the funny samples in it. And in this point it's always good to fly off to distant beach and we get that with Albatross by Suns of Arqa, this is has been one of my favourites ever since I first heard it. Let's continue to drift off with Guy Pratt & Alex Paterson and their song 4 Horsemen. Kiosk's a bit over two minute Pip in the Pudding is quiet, it let's you calm down a bit before Killing Joke's Requiem (Remix) which itself is a bit more harsh. Industrial Suicide Tribe continue to taking more deeper, it has a nice guitar in it too. After this it's time to make you feel easier and D'ya Dig' and close things off with an outro.
Yes, this is old, but this is good. This is how more chillout albums should sound and Alex Paterson has done a great job with selecting and mixing his voyage into paradise. This has a darker side and a happier side, it's soft and it's hard. It's magical! This is an must have for all Liquid Sound Design fans.


July 26, 2003

If you were to ask me, I'd tell you that there aren't enough people, in this community, with this album in their collection. This album elucidates the unlimited potential of electronic music.
It's a brilliant compilation.
Fittingly called a voyage into paradise because it takes you there; away from the earth, into another realm. A realm of relaxing, lucid beats lazily streaming from one side of your mind to the other.
Moreover, a mixture of downtempo, ambient dub, mixed by the ambient dub master dr lx paterson.
- The Nomads of Dub kick off the set in a synthesized Spiral of electronic dubbiness
- DubTrees (L.S.D. label owner Youth) carry on the tradition with a stampede of Buffalo Beats
and Rythms. Is grass an analgesic? This song definitely is.
- Suns of Arqa bring us back downtempo, beneath the ground, with their version of Fleetwood
Mac's Albatross. This is as downtempo as you get. Sit back we will be taking off soon. Oh!
That's right! We are already off.
- The Rob's (a.k.a. The Orb) 4 Horseman begins this CD on it's climactic journey. An
excellent remix of Hamlet of King's that will make your brain pulsate from the 'centre of the
- Kiosk take's the helm and leads us along the path of enlightenment with Pip in the Pudding.
- Then the Killing Joke's Requiem takes the reigns and usher's us through to the next life.
- Industrial Suicide Tribe's symphonic soul massaging song, Agua Sufi, cleansed my sins.
Trance inducing, tribal trippiness.
- Easy's D'ya Dig' will bring it to a close with some downtempo MC's showing us 'a side of life
that we've never seen before'. Yeah. I dig.