Exquisite Corpse ‎– Dream Night Dance Music

Early press release lists this album as titled "Seize"

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KK083CD, 390.1083.2 41 Exquisite Corpse Dream Night Dance Music(CD, Album) KK Records, KK Records KK083CD, 390.1083.2 41 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version
KK 083 Exquisite Corpse Dream Night Dance Music(LP, Album) KK Records KK 083 Belgium 1992 Sell This Version


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October 31, 2015
referencing Dream Night Dance Music, LP, Album, KK 083
would love a copy of the 12" if anyone has one... trade, buy, etc.


March 2, 2009
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Dream Night Dance Music, LP, Album, KK 083
This album can`t really be categorized as Techno, Trance, or Ambient because the producers have taken influences from all those different genres, married them together and created something unique sounding.

All six tracks on this album are instrumental and all are near perfect examples of intelligent, non commercial "dance music". But there are two tracks on here that deserve a special mention.

Sitting Under A Tree is a truly beautiful piece of music that keeps building for over eight minutes around a deep bass line, meloncholic synths and subtle keys and percussion sounds.

Strange Attractor is the perfect example of how a proper Trance track should sound. Deep bass line, ghostly choral voices, punchy electronic percussion and beautiful dark melodies. This is the real Trance.

This album is full of deep bass lines, rhythmical ethnic percussion and abstract keyboard melodies that stay in the memory long after you`ve listened to them. This album is so subtle and intimate it works perfectly on a pair of headphones. Yet it`s so full and rhythmical it can fill a club dancefloor. This album is so unique and imaginitive it will only appeal to those who understand that electronic dance music doesn`t have to be obvious or cheesy.



February 7, 2009
referencing Dream Night Dance Music, CD, Album, KK083CD, 390.1083.2 41

A cracking example of soft, intelligent ambient-techno workouts that I still return to fairly regularly. Sitting in a Tree (Time Flies) has an intensity and hook that builds nicely. All of the tracks here deliver something fresh and to think this was from 92! Both Psychick Warriors of Gaia and Exquisite Corpse created a sense of tribal techno that avoided the new ageyness or cheap feel of many other groups at this time. High recommended!