Global Communication ‎– Maiden Voyage

Dedicated ‎– GLOBA 001CD(2)
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Card sleeve.

1: Re-mixed by Link & E621 thanks to the Wascully Webels Kwith and Thomuth the Funky Hedgehog."
It later appeared in a re-worked version on the Jedi Knights album "New School Science", re-titled "Science Friction".
2: Re-mixed at Eastcote Studios.

℗ 1994 Dedicated © 1994 Dedicated
Distributed by RTM/Pinnacle
Printed in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5020752328233
  • Barcode (Text): 5 020752 328233
  • Matrix / Runout: DISCTRONICS S GLOBA 001 CD 2 01 GLOBAL COMM
  • Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6556
  • Distribution Code: F:BM620

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GLOBA 001CD(1) Global Communication Maiden Voyage(CD, Single, CD1) Dedicated GLOBA 001CD(1) UK & Europe 1994 Sell This Version
GLOBA 001T(2) Global Communication Maiden Voyage(12", Dis) Dedicated GLOBA 001T(2) UK 1994 Sell This Version
GLOBA 001TDJ Global Communication Maiden Voyage(12", Promo, Gre) Dedicated GLOBA 001TDJ UK 1994 Sell This Version
GLOBA 001T(1) Global Communication Maiden Voyage(12", Dis) Dedicated GLOBA 001T(1) UK 1994 Sell This Version


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September 30, 2017

Worth it for the Brook Mix alone. Like an out-take from the soundtrack to 'Dawn Of The Dead'. Brilliant! Actually saw GC live when they supported Sparks years ago. A truly beautiful, surreal experience. 76:14 remains a work of genius.


February 10, 2017

This is a timeless classic. I bought this record because it was seriously interesting, but I was never really quite sure what to do with it, mixology-wise. It also came out a few months before I first discovered the internet, so when I bought it, I remember thinking the website address was just a bunch of fictional gibberish. Don't quote me on this, but this may very well be the first musical recording with a URL printed on the jacket.


March 19, 2008
"Maiden Voyage" is an uncredited cover version (or reinterpretation) of Tangerine Dream's "Love on a Real Train" which appeared on their "best of" album "Dream Sequence". The track was originally written for the soundtrack to the cult 80's film "Risky Business" and provided a sublime backdrop to one of the more passionate sequences in the film.

Whilst "Maiden Voyage" is a nice attempt to re-create the haunting beauty of the original, it doesn't come close and Global Communication should be spanked for ripping off one of the all-time seminal electronic outfits - without which my life, and many others, would not have been the same.