Infiniti ‎– The Infiniti Collection

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Tresor ‎– Tresor 48
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1 Impulse 5:54
2 Sunlight 7:08
3 Flash Flood 8:05
4 Moon Beam 7:37
5 Raindrops 5:07
6 Game One
Written-By, Producer – Orlando Voorn
5:39
7 I-94 4:30
8 Harddrive 5:59
9 Martians At Work 5:26
10 Think Quick
Mixed By – Moritz von Oswald
9:50

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Notes

All tracks published by Electro Groove, except 6: published by Electro Groove and Two Peters Music.
Licensed from Metroplex Records, released by Tresor Records 1996, a division of Interfisch records.

Cover by Mainartery, London

℗ Metroplex Records © Tresor Records
Made in Germany

Track 1 released on Radical, New York 1991
Track 2 released on Peacefrog, London 1993
Track 3 released on Tresor, Berlin 1994
Track 4 new release on Tresor 1996
Track 5 new release on Tresor 1996
Track 6 released on Metroplex, Detroit 1994
Track 7 released on Trance-Europe-Express 3, London 1994
Track 8 released on Tresor, Berlin 1994
Track 9 [allegedly] released on Metroplex, Detroit 1994 [also released on Trance Atlantic, London, 1995]
Track 10 released on New Electronica, Detroit 1994

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 1875-01794-2 5
  • Barcode (String): 718750179425
  • Matrix / Runout: BOD EFA 01794
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L357
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5303
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 7572

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rob225uk

rob225uk

September 17, 2004
edited over 13 years ago
This album is genius stuff really... it's interesting to note quite a few people appreciating this music without knowing it was JA that did it. Well you know how we all like to "love" some people's music even if it a particualr track was poor!

What's really interesting is I just happened to listen to Sabres of Paradise - Sabresonic (album)which I used to think was really good however in retrospect it's production was "fashionable" and sounds pretty flat now... I then listened to this and I agree with some comments above.. it really is in a different league entirely - production is amazing... good to see that JA is still producing music that is way out there and I can easily see me listening to this in 10-20 years from now...

This comment comes all the way from Glasgow ;o)
fudgey

fudgey

May 21, 2004
How does one know what good music is? This is the question which eludes us all. 'Why?' you might ask. In short music appreciation is simply too subjective. How does one know what good music is to you? Thats simple, you find yourself listening to it ad infinitum (excuse the pun).

The first time I heard this record was in Fat Cat back in '96. It was a noticably luscious and groovy record then and still is now.

The record's stand out track is 'Game One' no question. It is without doubt a truly exceptional piece, simply epic and beats thousands of other techno tracks hands down. 'Game One' alongside 'Clear', has to be one of Juan Atkins (Infiniti) all time greats. Good listening!
sauce1977rm

sauce1977rm

June 8, 2003

I've been listening to this album for a while now, and the sonic scape is just that - very rich, not sampled/dub, but that of an atmospheric feel, much like an orchestra of melody.

Each track has it's own flavor - unlike a release with 7 different versions of one song, each stands on its own. My personal favorite is the track I-94, a reference to one of the major interstates to pass through the city of Detroit, Michigan, United States. It happens to be an interesting, fast-paced song companion to that of Kraftwerk's Autobahn.

Juan Atkins knows how to move a crowd. You could do no wrong with this album.
jussumen

jussumen

January 4, 2003

great compilation from Juan atkins releases under this moniker on a whole lot of different labels - very nice stuff - melodic Techno with a Trance or Science fiction vibe - one to check out for ..