Earth Nation ‎– Alienated

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Eye Q Records ‎– 4509 95485-0
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Alienated (Earth Mix) 7:36
B1 Alienated (Peace Mix) 8:29
B2 Alienated (Clouds Mix) 8:10

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Published by Moonquake / Musikedition Discoton / Bernd Reisig M.V.

Side A: 45 RPM / Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM

BPM's: A: 142 | B1: 142 | B2: 136

℗ 1994 WEA Music / Made in Germany by Warner Music Manufacturing Europe.

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  • Barcode: 7 4509-95485-0 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WMME Alsdorf 450 995485-0-A 45U/MIN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): WMME Alsdorf 450 995485-0-B 33U/MIN
  • Label Code: LC 6450

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
4509 95485-2 Earth Nation Alienated(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records 4509 95485-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version

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t0m-t0m

t0m-t0m

November 28, 2019
edited 4 months ago
Hard Trance classic.. I had this on a tape recording I made back in 1993 of Colin Favor & Brenda Russell's Euronet Weekend Rave show, on Sky Sports Audio Channel 6 1993.... Arr the memories...🤔
doctorg

doctorg

November 18, 2019

Earth Nation at their most Goan, and best. A highly memorable track with a hard, driving rhythm and uniquely long and snaking acid 303 lines that seem to want to probe their way into infinity. The melody of this long acid line is like a prayer flag fluttering in the astral wind. It has such a transcendental feel that even the Tibetan yaks would be levitating. Even the cut up female vocal that might be cheesy is not enough to derail the time dilation that happens in this beautiful track. The only weakness is that it does not carry on forever. The only pity is that Earth Nation did not make more tracks like this. ~*~
pastry

pastry

March 5, 2008

Epic Trance stomper. The Earth Mix is the floor filler; Slightly cheesy whale noise to start then haunting broken female vocal and a classic 4/4 kick drum get the track moving. Bit of squidgy bass (a la Cynus X / Union Jack) then some arpeggiated notes before the driving synth lines come in. Builds to a fair old pace then the 1st breakdown comes. A few bars to relax then snare drum roll and into some high pitch guitar sounding synth and its off again. Nice harmonic synths create a catchy 4-chord progression for the main body doubled with some pitch shifted vocals.

A really ethereal sounding tune and one that kept spinning around my head for months after hearing it on a xth generation tape copy. Rediscovered it recently and by god it stands the test of time. Hands in the air once more \o/