Marusha ‎– Trip To Raveland

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Low Spirit Recordings ‎– 853 517-1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Raveland (Wicked Mix) 5:51
B1 Upside Down (Pumpin' Mix)
Co-producer – Bernd Burhoff
5:25
B2 Raveland (Video Mix) 3:21

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Mixed and produced at Low Spirit Studios, Berlin
Published by Low Spirit Music / BMG Ufa and Hanseatic / Edition S.M.P.T.E.

Low Spirit Recordings, Marketed by Urban,
A division of Motor GmbH, A member of Polygram,
Holzdamm 57, 20099 Hamburg, Germany.

℗ 1994 Low Spirit
© 1994 Low Spirit

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (scanned): 042285351712
  • Barcode (text): 0 42285 35171 2
  • Label Code: LC 6748
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
853517-2, 853 517-2 Marusha Trip To Raveland(CD, Maxi) Low Spirit Recordings, Low Spirit Recordings 853517-2, 853 517-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
853 519-1 Marusha Trip To Raveland (Remixes)(12") Low Spirit Recordings 853 519-1 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
853 519-2 Marusha Trip To Raveland (Remixes)(CD, Maxi) Low Spirit Recordings 853 519-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
853 517-1 Marusha Raveland / Upside Down(12") Low spirit recordings 853 517-1 Spain 1994 Sell This Version
none Marusha Raveland / Upside Down(12", Promo) Low Spirit Recordings, Urban none Germany 1994 Sell This Version

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wyvern909

wyvern909

March 23, 2008

The Wicked Mix (and its short version) of 'Trip To Raveland' is the one that made its way to airplay and is my favourite track from Marusha. 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' and 'It Takes Me Away' might have been more successful in sales and the latter having a most amazing video, but 'Raveland' should be the most elaborate musically. Every tension and pattern comes in the perfect moment for a club environment and there are lots of small details that are audible when listening to the track on headphones.
'Upside Down (Pumpin' Mix)' is also a reworked version of the album track, making heavy use of the distorted bassdrum that was typical to Marusha's tracks back then - hence the remix title.

Both tracks are top notch and this is my favourite single from 1994, encapsulating my favourite moments music-wise from that year.

Also, Trip To Raveland is one of the rave/happy hardcore tracks that made me to go for the CD (better said, to request it from parents at that time :)), just to find another version on it - due to the fact that the album was released earlier and 'hit tracks' were later completely reworked for airplay (also the case with 'Can't Stop Raving' by Dune, 'Unique' from Marusha and Moby's 'Feeling So Real'). It meant additional "hunting work" to get the single versions as the singles were not distributed in Hungary then...