Jeff Mills ‎– The Jungle Planet

Axis ‎– AX-062
Sleeper Wakes – Chapter VII
2 × Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Limited Edition


A1 Descending - Micro Terra
A2 Black Box Colony
B1 Translucent Plants
B2 Rainbow Clusters
C1 Four Hour Days
C2 When Night Fell
D1 Truth To The Chosen One - Human Dream Collectors - Earth File
D2 Dream Mechanics
D3 A Truth Revealed

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First pressing is 500 copies, repressed in 2015.
Consists of different versions and re-arranged track list from the USB format [Cube].
Full color jacket design with insert of "The Jungle Planet" story written by Jeff Mills.

"The World Of Worlds" is not on the vinyl release despite being listed as track A2 on the album cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): AX 062 A Re-1 Trutone Mastering NY Carl 9-13
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): AX 062 B Re-1 Trutone Mastering NY Carl 9-13
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): AX 062 C Re-1 Trutone Mastering NY Carl 9-13
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): AX 062 D Re-1 Trutone Mastering NY Carl 9-13

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
AX062.5 Jeff Mills The Jungle Planet(M/Stick, WAV, Album, Ltd, Num) Axis AX062.5 US 2013 Sell This Version


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January 11, 2015

Does this repress really have The World Of Worlds on it?


September 24, 2014



May 27, 2014
While some say Jeff Mills for years has been more concerned with the concept than the music itself, I have to say I still love his music to death. This album perfectly showcases his ability to capture outerworldly yet fragile atmospheres through the use of a drum pattern and ambient soundscapes. I also admire the fact that in terms of sound design, his music is way out there, but it still has a great - although I hate the term - 'underground' feel to it. And although this album doesn't differ so much from other things he's been releasing the last couple of years, it's all about the details. My favourite track is Dream Mechanics, with the sub bass, the typical Mills melody and the sharp but distant percussion. It isn't big room music at all, but it's all so good! I If anyone completely understands the essence of the loop, it's Jeff Mills!


November 4, 2013
My copy only has 2 tracks on the A-side, misprint? Or is A1 actually two tracks?