Liaisons D.* ‎– He Chilled Out (Remix)

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He Chilled Out (Remix) 5:35
Sirenas 5:45

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
USA 1107-R Liaisons D.* He Chilled Out (Remix)(12") USA Import Music USA 1107-R Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
USA 107 Liaisons D.* He Chilled Out (Remix)(7") USA Import Music USA 107 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
613 383, 613383 Liaison D.* He Chilled Out(12") Logic Records, Logic Records 613 383, 613383 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
LOC 30 Liaison D* He Chilled Out(12", Promo) Logic Records LOC 30 Germany 1990 Sell This Version
ULX 007 Liaisons-D* He Chilled Out '99(12") Ultra-x Records ULX 007 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
ULX 007 Liason D* He Chilled Out '99(12", W/Lbl) Ultra-x Records ULX 007 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
ULX007R Liason-D* He Chilled Out 2000 (The Millennium Mixes)(12") Ultra-x Records ULX007R Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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BomberOne

BomberOne

February 9, 2021
edited 17 days ago
referencing He Chilled Out, 12", 613 383, 613383
For those wondering, the Club Mix is the remix from Liaisons D.* - He Chilled Out (Remix), while the Move Club Mix is the original from Liaisons D - Sirenas and Sirenas (Metronome mix) is the original mix from Liaisons D - Sirenas too. Long I hoped these were alternative mixes, but no. We'll got to do some then ;-)
massimodenaro

massimodenaro

February 6, 2018
referencing He Chilled Out (Remix), 12", USA 1107-R
Big time for beautiful music in the earth...only 1990 the generation of Dream...Grazie
Johnmarcus

Johnmarcus

March 30, 2017
referencing He Chilled Out (Remix), 12", USA 1107-R

Big Tune Back In Its Day.
Huge atmospheric intro, big synths and break beat drum loops, topped off with a nice deep bass & launch sequence vocals.
Great example of Belgium Techno.
Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

August 13, 2016
referencing He Chilled Out (Remix), 12", USA 1107-R
There is always a debate of what was the first Trance track. The two most commonly mentioned tracks are: Age Of Love - Age Of Love (Jam And Spoon Remix) and Dance 2 Trance - We Come In Peace. Though, people never seem to mention this track. It's just as good as the previously mentioned tracks: A great Techno / Trance bassline, with a great chorus effect and an excellent male vocal explaining what God created on each day. The 1990 Remix and Original are the ones to listen to. The 92' Remix is pretty decent. It adds breakbeats to the sound and later, sounds that are very reminiscent of early UK rave music. It slightly ruins the mood and isn't any special IMO.
chilledout

chilledout

March 22, 2004
referencing He Chilled Out (Remix), 12", USA 1107-R

In the '90s "He Chilled Out" was a masterpiece and it still is. I remember the crowd in Nighttown (Rotterdam, The Netherlands) swelled and going nuts when this record was on the turntable. It goes best within a big room considering the very, very heavy bass. Good memories! :-)
easyrider

easyrider

December 12, 2003
referencing He Chilled Out (Remix), 12", USA 1107-R

Excellent spacey record, very usefull as an opener or to create a breakpoint in your set. Will work very good with an excellent soundsystem, needs heavy light support to optimize the effect the record will give to the crowd.
The record tells the story of God creating the universe and human mankind in just one week.

"The first day God created the universe, the second day... ...the seventh day God chilled out!"