L.S.G. ‎– Into The Deep (UK Edition)

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(Continuously Segued)
1-01 Concatenation 9:23
1-02 No Causalidad 1:37
1-03 Give Me Your Hand 3:08
1-04 El Tiburon 7:53
1-05 Tiburon Citriño 4:46
1-06 Quick Star 5:53
1-07 I'm Not Existing 7:21
1-08 Bengal Rose 9:11
1-09 Jillanity 5:16
1-10 Phorous 6:19
1-11 Into Deep 4:23
1-12 Westside 8:27
Remixes (Un-mixed)
2-01 I'm Not Existing (O. Lieb Main Mix 2) 6:37
2-02 Into Deep (O. Lieb Club Mix 1) 6:51
2-03 Jillanity (O. Lieb Club Mix 2) 6:20
2-04 Quick Star (Laidback Luke's Housetechmania Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Laidback Luke
6:57
2-05 Into Deep (Medway Remix)
Remix – MedwayRemix, Producer [Additional] – Jesse Skeens
11:45
2-06 I'm Not Existing (Thomas Krome Remix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Thomas Krome
6:08
2-07 Into Deep (UK Mix) 7:30
2-08 Train Of Thought (Versions 0.9 & 1.1) 8:52

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Packaged in 2-disc jewel case with card slipcase.

Published by Ed. Mooze ad. BMG/UFA MV.
Original design by Weissraum.
Licensed from Superstition Recordings GmbH.

℗ & © 2000 Hooj Choons Ltd.

Made in England

The album was originally supposed to be called "Into Deep" like on the other labels, but the label decided the name didn't sound right in English tongue so it was changed to "Into the Deep".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5018615 460824

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Superstition 2107-2 L.S.G. Into Deep(CD, Album, Mixed) Superstition Superstition 2107-2 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
SOLD 032 L.S.G. Into Deep LP(12xFile, FLAC, Album, Mixed, RM, LP,) Solieb Digital SOLD 032 Germany 2014
SOLD 032 L.S.G. Into Deep LP(12xFile, MP3, Album, Mixed, RM, VBR) Solieb Digital SOLD 032 Germany 2014
0718756210726 L.S.G. Into Deep(File, MP3, Album, Mixed, 320) Superstition 0718756210726 Germany 2004
superstition 2107 L.S.G. Into Deep(CD, Album, Mixed) Superstition superstition 2107 Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 1, 2015

With INTO THE DEEP, L.S.G. breaks into the mainstream, with seminal 'big room' UK label Hooj Choons. Even as "Concatenation" starts off on an ambient tip, it soon wanders into a slow, melodic rhythm, before edging into the Spanish spoken word of "No Causalidad" and the calm breaks of "Give Me Your Hand." "El Tiburon" continues this dreamy procession, though with heavier percussion. As a whole, this album seems to stray far from L.S.G.'s usual hard trance maneuvers, even if "Quick Star" threatens to go in that direction. "I'm Not Existing" starts out with some angular melodies with quasi-tribal rhythms before the vocals come into and establish a more traditional downtempo song pattern, "Jillanity" throbs with restrained energy, and "Phorus" helps some of that tension melt away. "Westside" takes out the album with a shuffling, near-trance experience, still on the chill side of things. It wouldn't take much to turn these tracks into club burners, and that's what Lieb does on the second disc, adding steady, solid beats to the bright "I'm Not Existing," while "Into Deep" gets two appropriately deep mixes. But it's the jittery, ticking "Jillanity" that stands out more, with its pent-up energy. Laidback Luke goes house (with a hint of disco) in his version of "Quick Star," while Medway retains the deep of "Into Deep" and lowers it even more with his tech-house mix. Thomas Krome speeds up "I'm Not Existing," though the results are slightly lackluster. "Train of Thought," which originally appeared on THE BLACK ALBUM, helps close out this album, and it's a good reminder of what Lieb can get up to when he blends the mellow and the trance together.
JonnieDarko

JonnieDarko

April 13, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This album is definitely worth listening to, if anything for the dreamy layers of sound & mystical Spanish quotes overlaid with some real heart throbbing moments of bass & pads,is bound to keep the Ibiza chill-mongers happy. That said, Oliver Lieb is one of the Trance guru's of late & has delivered (what I think) a mesmerizing chill album.
It all flows so well & never loses it's feeling & 'nearly' tinkers into the 'underground' sounds of chill, with crunchy beats & so on, Therefore, giving the aesthetic a boost to those who wouldn't think twice about listening to it.
Only quirk(of sorts!): You will be wishing yourself by a beach whilst on that packed train on a wet Monday morning with this on..Oh well..Utopia will have to do.
P.S. I don't rate the dance mixes myself on the bonus disc.
Spartacus

Spartacus

August 12, 2002

1st cd is chilling, willing and mind fulling melodies with distinctive Lieb rhythms. 2nd cd is packed with more banging versions of the songs. Good allarounder