Laurent Garnier ‎– Presents Destination Planet Dream X-Mix-2

Stud!o K7 ‎– !K7027VHS
X-Mix (2) – 2
VHS, Mixed, Remastered

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dance Fever Out On The Dancefloor
2 Brian Transeau Relativity (Carl Craig's Urban Affair Dub)
Remix – Carl Craig
3 Laurent Garnier Moon Beam
4 Kenny Larkin Track
5 Mazdaratti Excelsior Eod Fingered
6 Deepside French
7 Mike Dearborn Deviant Behaviour
8 Galaxy 2 Galaxy Journey Of The Dragons
9 Rhythim Is Rhythim Icon
10 The Essence Of Nature Blue Orchidee
11 Underground Resistance The Final Frontier
12 Planetary Assault Systems Gated
13 HMC* / ASIO Tropic Of Capricorn
14 Dave Angel Original Man
15 Laurent Garnier Go To Sleep

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByRTD – RTD.387.0027.5



Title on cover is "Laurent Garnier Presents X-Mix-2 - Destination Planet Dream"

Approx. running time: 60 min.

Brian Transeau credited as Relativity
Relativity (Carl Craig's Urban Affair Dub) displayed as Carl Craig's Urban Affair Dub
HMC / ASIO credited as Tropic of Capricorn and track title displayed as an asterisk

Digitally remasterd.
Cover, Marc Schilkowski / Berlin.
E-exempt from classification.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 30003 70275 4
  • Price Code: 43

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
!K7027CD Laurent Garnier X-Mix-2 - Destination Planet Dream(CD, Mixed) Studio !K7 !K7027CD Germany 1994 Sell This Version
KICP-429 Laurent Garnier X-Mix-2 - Destination Planet Dream(CD, Mixed) Seven Seas KICP-429 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
!K7027lp, k7027lp Laurent Garnier X-Mix-2 - The Tracks(3x12", Comp) Studio !K7, Studio !K7 !K7027lp, k7027lp Germany 1994 Sell This Version
X-Mix (2) - 2 Laurent Garnier X-Mix-2 - The Tracks(12") Studio !K7 X-Mix (2) - 2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
!K7027mc Laurent Garnier X-Mix-2 - Destination Planet Dream(Cass, Mixed) Studio !K7 !K7027mc Germany 1994 Sell This Version



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October 23, 2007

I bought this on a whim at a now defunct record store in New Brunswick, NJ in 1994. I was already quite a fan of lighting at night clubs and since video was in a way part of that, I felt I owed it to myself to buy a rave graphics VHS tape. Well on first impression I wasn't blown away by this tape. It was actually too advanced from what I was expecting. I wanted to see flashing fractiles and poorly rendered 3D objects. Most of the graphics on this tape were smooth and crisp looking, far too advanced for the gritty dance music that I enjoyed at the time.

It wasn't until I saw this tape played _many times_ at the rave club, "The Frieght Yard" in Allentown, PA that I started to like it. They played it so many times I'm surprised the tape didn't snap! This tape is kind of like a mediocure song you hear on the radio. You hear it so many times that you end up loving it. Well that was my impression of this tape. The one graphic that stayed with me is actually the first one, the red bending lines. I feel that is the most appealing sequence on the whole tape.

I've since bought the DVD compilations of X-Mix so I'll be able to enjoy this again since I no longer own a VHS player.