L.T.J. Bukem* ‎– Logical Progression

Good Looking Records ‎– 828 739-2, FFRR ‎– 828 739-2
CD, Compilation
CD, Mixed

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1-1 L.T.J Bukem* Demon's Theme
Written-By, Producer – L.T.J Bukem*
1-2 Chameleon Links
Written-By, Producer – Chameleon
1-3 L.T.J Bukem* Music
Written-By, Producer – L.T.J Bukem*
1-4 PFM One & Only
Written-By, Producer – P.F.M*
1-5 Aquarius & Tayla Bringing Me Down
Written-By, Producer – Aquarius, Tayla
1-6 PFM Danny's Song
Written-By, Producer – P.F.M*
1-7 Peshay Vocal Tune
Written-By, Producer – Peshay
1-8 L.T.J Bukem* Coolin' Out
Written-By, Producer – L.T.J Bukem*
1-9 PFM Western (Conrad Remix)
Remix – Conrad*Vocals [Uncredited] – MC ConradWritten-By, Producer – Conrad*, P.F.M*
1-10 L.T.J Bukem* Horizons
Written-By, Producer – L.T.J Bukem*
2-1 Funky Technicians Airtight (Remix)
Remix – Funky TechniciansWritten-By, Producer – Funky Technicians
2-2 Form Form* New Element
Written-By, Producer – Form Form*
2-3 F. De Wolf* Drums In A Grip (Wax Doctor Mix)
Remix – Wax DoctorWritten-By, Producer – Frank De Wolf*
2-4 Axis (5) Solutions
Written-By, Producer – Axis (5)
2-5 JMJ & Flytronix In Too Deep
Written-By, Producer – Flytronix, JMJ
2-6 Seba & Lo-Tec* So Long
Written-By, Producer – Seba & Lo-Tec*
2-7 Photek Rings Around Saturn
Written-By, Producer – Photek
2-8 DJ Trace Miles High
Written-By, Producer – DJ Trace
2-9 Universal Groove Therapy
Written-By, Producer – Universal
2-10 DJ Crystl Mind Games
Written-By, Producer – DJ Crystl

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This compilation ℗ 1996 Good Looking Records/Looking Good Records UK under exclusive license in the world to London Records 90 Ltd © 1996. Except track 5 Moving Shadow Music ℗ 1006 Moving Shadow Record Company Ltd © 1996 Moving Shadow Record Company Ltd.

The track listing on CD case contains the following errors, also the track durations for CD A are incorrect:

2-2 Artist/Title "Form Form - New Element"
2-3 Artist/Title "F. De Wolf/Wax Doctor - Drum in a Grip"
2-4 Artist/Title "Ils & Solo - Soloution"
2-5 Artist "Jam Master Jay"
2-7 Title "Pharaoh"
2-8 Title "After Hours"

Standard 2xCD jewel case with clear tray and 12-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 0 42282 87392 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042282873927
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 8287392A 10408801 01 % MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 8287392B 20408801 02 & MADE IN U.K. BY PDO
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI L132
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 2): IFPI L134
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1, Variant 1): IFPI 0450
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1, Variant 2): IFPI 0482
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1, Variant 3): IFPI 0483
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1, Variant 4): IFPI 0482
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2, Variant 1): IFPI 0452
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2, Variant 2): IFPI 0481
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2, Variant 3): IFPI 0481
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2, Variant 4): IFPI 0482
  • Label Code: LC 7654

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
828 739-1 L.T.J Bukem* Logical Progression(3x12", Comp) Good Looking Records, Looking Good Records, FFRR 828 739-1 UK 1996 Sell This Version
828 739-2 L.T.J Bukem* Logical Progression(CD, Comp, RE + CD, Mixed, RE) Good Looking Records, Looking Good Records, FFRR 828 739-2 UK Unknown Sell This Version
GLRCD001 LTJ Bukem Logical Progression Level 1(2xCD, Comp, MP, Mixed, Car) Good Looking Records GLRCD001 UK 2001 Sell This Version
GLRCD001X LTJ Bukem Logical Progression Level 1(CD, Comp, Mixed, Promo) Good Looking Records GLRCD001X UK 2001 Sell This Version
GLRCD001 LTJ Bukem Logical Progression Level 1(CD, Comp, Mixed + CD, Comp) Good Looking Records GLRCD001 UK 2001 Sell This Version


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September 6, 2014
Unsung Hero! ;)


July 6, 2014
*looks below* scrub that, disc 2 was a mix, only with 9 tracks listed. ;-( Can anyone shed light on this please, the missing track. tia


July 6, 2014

a copy I'd just sold consists of just tracks, not a mix in sight and only 9 tracks from 10 on cd 2. (Double cd, fold over case, magnetic strip.)


May 14, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
I organised the deal for this compilation with Pete Tong at London Records on behalf of Dan aka LTJ Bukem.
When he was sent to an artist studio to do the sleeve, I got a phone call late in the afternoon from Dan saying he could not come up with a sleeve he was happy with and would I come and help. So I left my office at Vinyl Distribution in Reading and made my way up to London and when I arrived Dan was all flustered as the sleeve had to be done that day.
I looked through loads of pictures before coming across the picture used. I knew it was the one because of the ray of light shining down on the Earth, and remember saying to Dan that it was the perfect image as I saw the music that had been released on the label over the three previous years had been a shining light for the DnB scene.
Basement Phil


April 27, 2006
edited over 6 years ago

For me this album is one of the definitve soundtracks to my life, and has been since I first heard it all those years ago. It sits alongside Leftfields 'Leftism' and Massive's 'Blue Lines' in its status as a benchmark for electronic music when it was released, achieving cult status in drum 'n bass circles and beyond. It seems as though every track has been carefully selected at great pains to ensure the quality never lets up at any given point, and it's one of those albums where everyone has their own favourite track rather than there being one stand-out anthem that everyone adores.

The first disc is an unmixed studio selection, each track a classic in its own right. From Bukem's seminal 'Demon's Theme' through PFM's beautiful 'Danny's Song' (a tribute to LTJ Bukem) and finishing up with Bukem's 'Horizons' (with every other song in between on a par with these), it is just purely a joy to listen to, and you'll find yourself not wanting to skip tracks along the way!

Disc two is a mixed set from the man himself, LTJ Bukem. I won't bother to break down this cd into its tracks, just trust me that it is a journey that everyone should take. It's so good that even near the end, when one of the tracks begins to jump (a real vinyl mix here folks) instead of detracting from the quality of the mix, it just serves to enhance it and give it that raw, underground quality not to be found on any mix cd released today.

To put into a simple sentence, this is one of the finest albums ever created. Astounding.