L.S.G. ‎– Hidden Sun Of Venus

Platipus ‎– PLAT 28 CD
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Published by Moonquake/ed. Discotone
Licensed from Superstition Records

℗ 1997 Superstition Records
© 1997 Platipus Records Ltd.

Distributed in the U.K. by SRD

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  • Barcode (String): 5028979303149
  • Barcode (Text): 5 028979 303149
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L082
  • Matrix / Runout: 50796 PLAT28CD P DXPI

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March 2, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

To Clarify - On the CDM The title for tracks 2 & 3 are reversed - Track 2 clocking at 8:09 is the Oliver Lieb Remix, while track 3 running 7:55 Is the 12" Version. Track 1 Is the Radio Edit of 12" Version.

The Oliver Lieb Remix is also featured on the "Best of L.S.G." Album.


February 10, 2008
Not so much a review as a remark: There seems to be some confusion about which of the mixes is the 12-inch version and which one is the Oliver Lieb remix. I'm guessing the longest version, clocking in at 8:10, is the 12-inch mix, because it's sounding closer to the album version -- whilst the shorter 7:56 version of this track, sounding tougher and sparser, is the Oliver Lieb remix.
To get to the 75-word minimum, I can add that I still love this one after all these years. A lot of early-90s trance sounds very naive and dinky to me now, but Oliver Lieb's work seems to retain the original freshness. On a par with Sven Vaeth's seminal An Accident in Paradise.