Kai Tracid ‎– Liquid Skies

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Suck Me Plasma ‎– SUCK 118
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM, Limited Edition, White
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A1 Liquid Skies (Eternia Audio Lab. Mix)
Remix – Torsten Stenzel
6:47
A2 The Voice 1:03
B1 Liquid Skies (Meridian Mix) 8:54
B2 Liquid Skies (Polaris Lab. Mix) 7:30

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All tracks produced @ Eternia Audio Lab. Additional production @ Polaris Lab.
Published by ICM/Hanseatic, Edition Tracid Traxxx, Casablanca Publ./EMI
Released and marketed by Suck Me Plasma Records, a division of Music Research GmbH
(P) & (C) 1998 Suck Me Plasma Records/Music Research GmbH

A-Side: 45 RPM
B-Side: 33 ⅓ RPM

Also released as black vinyl edition

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  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 7037

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2102523 Kai Tracid Liquid Skies(CD, Maxi) Bit Music 2102523 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
2102522 Kai Tracid Liquid Skies(CD, Single) Bit Music 2102522 Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
666653 2 Kai Tracid Liquid Skies(CD, Single) Dance Pool 666653 2 Australia 1998 Sell This Version
RED 133 Kai Tracid Liquid Skies(12") Red Alert RED 133 Italy 1998 Sell This Version
2004029 Kai Tracid Liquid Skies(12") Trust Foundation 2004029 Netherlands 1998 Sell This Version

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riddler

riddler

October 20, 2017
It works beautifully, a breath of fresh air away from the often tedious cliche'd instrument use in trance. Thinking outside the box here, very soulful work, definitely a marmite selection & clever with it.
F.Rod

F.Rod

April 12, 2017
I think the whole release is a co-production between Kai "MacDonald" Franz and Torsten Stenzel, but Tomasso is right with the association of the studios with the respective owners.

This tune, in fact, takes the Sax sample from "Tidal" by Meridian [https://www.discogs.com/Meridian-Tidal/release/204735], which has been re-released as a remix for "Liquid Skies". The original track, written by Werner Weimar, was released on Stenzel's Planet Love Records and although not much widely known, found some rotation in Portugal.
Jarren

Jarren

July 2, 2015
Is there a version without the saxophone solo?

If I wanted to hear a George Michael song I'd listen to George Michael. Saxophones do not belong in Trance.