The Ethics ‎– La Luna

Red Bullet ‎– RB 8.292, Axis Records ‎– ADS 2001.418
CD, Maxi-Single

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 La Luna (Full Radio Edit) 3:20
2 La Luna (Full Mix) 5:36
3 La Luna (Hanson + Nelson Remix)
Remix – Hanson & Nelson
4 La Luna (Mira Remix) 7:52
5 Darkness 6:14
6 Enter The Light 5:36



"La Luna" is a Movin' Melodies Production.
Under exclusive license from See Saw.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 712944 082920
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZYX 7551-8 The Ethics La Luna(CD, Maxi) ZYX Music ZYX 7551-8 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
856 392.2 The Ethics La Luna(CD, Single) Philips 856 392.2 France 1994 Sell This Version
2439 The Ethics La Luna(12", Promo) Philips 2439 France 1994 Sell This Version
ZYX 7551-12 The Ethics La Luna(12") ZYX Music ZYX 7551-12 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
BC-2003-042 The Ethics La Luna(12") Bonzai Classics BC-2003-042 Belgium 2003 Sell This Version



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April 6, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
Aside from the legendary La Luna (Full Mix), there really isn't anything else on offer on this release (for a dancefloor).

The Hanson & Nelson / Mira remixes make decent enough efforts at Progressive House / Trance but fade totally in comparison to the chunky party-time vibe of Patrick Prins' Full Mix.

Prins' own track Darkness is decent enough too, kind of prototype Hard House with a bouncy bassline and driving hi-hats. It just doesn't go anywhere.

Notice at the start I said there was nothing on offer apart from the Full Mix for a dancefloor. Well, that's where Enter The Light, er, enters...

Amazingly, this is a 5-and-a-half-minute journey deep into ambient bliss. For it to come from a producer who consistently delivered massive, peak time party house anthems just beggars belief.

My respect for Patrick Prins really went up a notch upon hearing Enter The Light. Of course I fully respected him before, but to show this amount of depth and musical appreciation is truly something special for your average dance producer.

The track itself, well, it's ambient as I said. But it's not just five minutes of quiet. Oh no. Prins utilises the most heart-breakingly beautiful pads over delicate, restrained piano to present a feeling of not just well-being (although there ARE some whale noises admittedly) but also a feeling of curious déjà vu. The kind of feeling that takes your mind on a little trip inside.

This from the man who brought you Artemesia - Bits + Pieces.