L.S.G. ‎– Rendezvous In Outer Space

Superstition ‎– Superstition 2038 CD
CD, Album, Mixed, Remastered


1 Wrong Time ... Wrong Place 9:50
2 Lonely Casseopaya 3:56
3 My Time Is Yours 5:53
4 Can You See The Yellow Turtles 5:40
5 Miss Understanding 2:42
6 Sweet Gravity 4:43
7 Sweet G (#2) 2:43
8 The Hidden Sun Of Venus 5:05
9 Lunar Orbit 2:27
10 Everything Is ... 2:18
11 Enter - Paradise 7:02
12 Fontana 8:17
13 Reprise 1:43

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork By [Design] – Zacharias
  • Written-by [All Tracks By]Oliver Lieb

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5413356985726
  • Label Code: LC 7800
  • Rights Society: SABAM, BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: EOD BOD01 PIAS SUPER2038CD
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L357
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3604
  • Other (Distribution Code): 380 PS

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Superstition 2038-2 L.S.G. Rendezvous In Outer Space(CD, Album, Mixed) Superstition Superstition 2038-2 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
2038 CD, 2038 L.S.G. Rendezvous In Outer Space(CD, Album, Mixed, RE) Superstition, Superstition 2038 CD, 2038 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
SOLD 024 L.S.G. Rendezvous In Outer Space LP(13xFile, MP3, Album, Mixed, RM, VBR) Solieb Digital SOLD 024 Germany 2014
SOLD 024 L.S.G. Rendezvous In Outer Space LP(13xFile, FLAC, Album, RM, 24 ) Solieb Digital SOLD 024 Germany 2014
0718751506824 L.S.G. Rendezvous In Outer Space(File, MP3, Mixed, Album, 320) Superstition 0718751506824 Germany 2004



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October 13, 2008

I hope I just missed an existing review, as this album is a true classic. I'm sure there are bigger Lieb fans out there, but I certainly rank pretty high. For me, this may be his most coherent and enduring album.

LSG has been an influence on piles of more famous producers, and yet he has somehow remained underground. I guess his staunch belief in not selling out has maybe kept him out of the spotlight a bit through the years.

This album is a massive journey through space, from the rays of the sun to the dark side of the moon. Lieb crafts the album as an unbroken journey through ambient passages, uptempo floor burners, and really dark moments. It actually challenges the listener at times, but it always guides you back to light.

As far as I know, Lieb not only created incredible stand-alone tracks for his albums, but he also mixed them DJ-style. I even read somewhere that LSG II was mixed in one take?? It's as if creating an album was too easy, and he looked for greater challenges.

Anyway, this album encapsulates everything his LSG project was. Listen to tracks 4-7 and you'll have experienced Lieb at the peak of his powers.

If you like what you hear, check out LSG II and Collected Works. Into Deep and The Black Album are both well worth having, but they're both a bit tangential to me. There's also an "unreleased" LSG album (his last) that Lieb gave away for free using his MySpace page. It, too, has some defining moments of beauty. I hear that it is being remastered for an official release.