OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa ‎– Sky Falls Down

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CVS045 OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down(12") Captivating Sounds CVS045 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
CVS049 OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down (Remixes)(12") Captivating Sounds CVS049 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
CVS049 OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down (Remixes)(12", W/Lbl) Captivating Sounds CVS049 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
CVS050 OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down(12") Captivating Sounds CVS050 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
CVS 045 Oceanlab Feat. Justine Suissa Oceanlab Feat. Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Captivating Sounds CVS 045 Netherlands 2002 Sell This Version
505046617552 OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa OceanLab Featuring Justine Suissa - Sky Falls Down(CD, Maxi) Captivating Sounds 505046617552 Benelux 2002 Sell This Version
ANJ-014 OceanLab Sky Falls Down(12") Anjunabeats ANJ-014 UK 2003 Sell This Version
none Oceanlab Sky Falls Down(12", W/Lbl) Captivating Sounds none Netherlands 2003 Sell This Version
ANJ-014 OceanLab Sky Falls Down(2xFile, MP3, 320) Anjunabeats ANJ-014 UK 2003
ANJ014 OceanLab Sky Falls Down(2xFile, WAV) Anjunabeats ANJ014 UK 2003
none OceanLab Sky Falls Down(CDr) Anjunabeats none UK 2004 Sell This Version
ACD-014 OceanLab Sky Falls Down(CDr, Single) Anjunabeats ACD-014 UK 2006 Sell This Version
ANJ-014 OceanLab Sky Falls Down(6xFile, MP3, 320) Anjunabeats ANJ-014 UK 2007

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Monkfish2

Monkfish2

June 19, 2017
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS045
@Trisscologge

Presumably the Captivating Sounds CD release (now going for ridiculous money on this site) has the same version as the A Side of the Captivating Sounds vinyl, though? The instrumental B Side certainly seems to be unique to the CS vinyl, and an instrumental of the Anjuna version does not appear to exist.
_Trisscologge_

_Trisscologge_

June 12, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS045

As Monkfish2 has stated, the versions on THIS disc are in fact the only of their kind. They never made it to any of the CD or digital releases. It really is a shame because they're better representations of the trio's sound during that time, as compared to the more acid feel of the official versions. The most notable difference with these mixes over the others is the inclusion of a fluttery synth that fills out most of the progressive sections of the track. The synth is reminiscent of the same one that made it into "Satellite." Why these versions never made the later releases is beyond me.
Monkfish2

Monkfish2

June 5, 2017
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS045
I think some people are confused about the various mixes of this tune. There was a discussion about this on the old Anjuna forum which can still be found with a Google search but the website seems to have fallen into disrepair. I may be confused myself, but I'll give it a go anyway...

There are two 'original' mixes of this. The 'original' mix on the initial 2002 Captivating Sounds release and the 'original' on the subsequent Anjunabeats release are different. They are very similar, but the Cap Sounds version has drum rolls in the build up and the breakdown that the Anjuna version lacks, also the Anjuna version drops out the kick drums at the end of the chorus after the track kicks back in after the first breakdown, which the Cap Sounds version doesn't do. I'm not totally certain, but I think the Oceanlab AM mix from the Captivating release and the Anjunabeats 'original' are actually the same, and it seems to me that the mix that has actually fallen into relative obscurity is therefore not the AM Mix (which has subsequently been called the original) but the actual original from the Captivating release.

I can only find one upload of the Captivating version on YouTube compared to many of the Anjuna version, also an upload of the AM Mix on YouTube appears to be the same as the Anjuna version. I also cannot find the Captivating version on any download sites, it's all the Anjuna version, labelled as the 'original'. Conversely, the Anjuna version seems to have become hard to find on vinyl, whilst the three Captivating Sounds vinyl issues seem more readily available.
Sippycup

Sippycup

February 17, 2011
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS045
It gave me a boner.
FrisbeeRolf

FrisbeeRolf

June 29, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS045
This is an absolute CLASSIC trance tune--it doesn't get ANY better than this. Like mentioned before, the AM mix is a great improvement on the already amazing original. However, lately it appears that the AM mix is starting to fall into obscurity on sites such as beatport and DJdownloads. VERY sad, as this is a tune that should never be lost. The Armin Van Buuren mix is okay, definitely not a bad mix at all, it just doesn't compliment the amazing vocal of Justine Suissa as well as the AM mix. The hard to find DJ Shah remix gives this tune a funny bounce that I actually found very enjoyable, just to mix things up. Again, though, it doesn't come close to being as aesthetically pleasing as the AM mix.
Rememberence_

Rememberence_

November 29, 2002
referencing Sky Falls Down, 12", CVS050

These two mixes are incredible. The Oceanlab AM Mix is an improvement on the already fantastic original mix, and the AvB remix is better still! If only the AvB remix on this release wasn't an instrumental... I'd love to have the AM mix and the vocal AvB mix together.
Robert_Lidstroem_Productions

Robert_Lidstroem_Productions

November 26, 2002
referencing Sky Falls Down (Remixes), 12", CVS049

Simply superb remix by Armin, who now has climbed up to be the king of trance, according to many. Sweaping strings, cutting vocals by outstanding vocalist Justine Suissa, arrangement from out of this world and a simply brilliant use of drums and hi-hats!