Galaxy 2 Galaxy ‎– Galaxy 2 Galaxy

Label:
Underground Resistance ‎– UR 025
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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The Dream
A1 Hi-Tech Jazz (The Science) 8:08
A2 Hi-Tech Jazz (The Elements) 4:16
The Journey
B1 Journey Of The Dragons
Programmed By [Additional] – Juan Atkins
6:24
B2 Star Sailing 6:26
The Search
C1 Astral Apache (Star Stories) 5:46
C2 Deep Space 9 (A Brother Runs This Ship)
Mixed By – The Martian
6:38
The Last Transmission
D1 Rhythm Of Infinity 5:55
D2 Metamorphosis (The Creation Of I.S.F. Unit ZC-121861 Stardate: 05 30 93) 3:42

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Credits

  • Producer, Other [Conceived By]Mad Mike*

Notes

Galaxy 2 Galaxy was conceived & produced by Mad Mike, Mad Mike Music (BMI).

B1 "Journey Of The Dragons" is dedicated to the memory of Chris Hani, Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee & Yoshihiro Hattori. May your journey through the stars be peaceful.

D2 "Metamorphosis" uses a number of short and very faint samples of previous UR records (lead synths of "Sonic Destroyer", a pitched down "Sometimes I Feel Like" from the "Nation 2 Nation" EP, the beginning of "Live In Utrecht" from the "Revolution For Change" LP...)

Side D plays at 45rpm.

Translucent vinyl copies exist.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings A): UR 025-A The Dream (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings B): UR 025-B The Journey (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings C): UR 025-C The Search (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings D): UR 025-D ALPHA/OMEGA FINAL TRANSMISSION : I FOUND IT, THERE IS EXISTANCE OTHER THAN US, I HAVE TRANSFORMED. THE TONES ARE THE KEYS TO IT ALL! I'LL BE BACK. Mad Mike (NSC)
  • Rights Society: BMI

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tech-flo

tech-flo

March 19, 2017
This is still one of the greatest examples of Detroit Techno. A seamless journey to the 'beyond'. Sit back, relax and let the music take you to where you want to go. Hi-Tech Jazz, indeed!
occam

occam

January 29, 2017
Stardate: 05 30 93 is a reference to the Deep Space Nine episode 01x18 "Dramatis Personae" first aired May 30, 1993
patrickd

patrickd

December 22, 2016
love that OLD SKOOL DETROIT flavour still can be played with garage old skool house THE KEY...... LUV is dA mESSAgE : D
k33gro123

k33gro123

May 11, 2016
amazing record!, this can still be found on the submerge site along with other classics
skullskullskull

skullskullskull

February 23, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Journey of the Dragons sounds a lot like an obscure Manuel Göttsching track called "Niemand Lacht Rückwärts"
but I guess the sample comes from that Jean-Luc Ponty track "Computer Incantations For World Peace" I really can't say for sure between the two?!
FabianKempe

FabianKempe

January 17, 2015

the best of the best
MrZyc

MrZyc

September 25, 2014

sit down and listen to it.
fabulous.
gmos

gmos

September 13, 2012

Journey Of The Dragons is an amazing track, still sounds great today almost 20 years after it was released. If you like this track I'd recommend checking out Computer Incantations For World Peace by Jean-Luc Ponty released in 1983, pretty similar but without the electro-techno beats.
dj.xray

dj.xray

September 3, 2012
i agree with ajams..rhythm of infinity is probably the best bit of music ever written..outstanding!!.
moogacid

moogacid

April 10, 2012
'Deep Space 9' for me, please...all day long : )