Peter Lazonby* ‎– Sacred Cycles (Original & Remix)

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Brainiak Records ‎– BRAINK 37 R
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Sacred Cycles (Original Mix)
AA Sacred Cycles (Yum Yum Remix)
Remix – Yum Yum

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Sacred Cycles incorporates (uncredited) elements from The Fountain of Salmacis by Genesis.
Recorded at Hooj Studios, London.

℗ & © 1995 Brainiak Records Audio Sensory Stimulation Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 020967 113716
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side A): BRAIN R-37-A1 [Scratched Out] CON
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side AA): BRAIN R-37 AA-1 MIKE'S THE EXCHANGE GATHER YE ROSEBUDS, SPREAD YOUR SEED

Other Versions (5 of 35) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Braink 37 Lazonby* Sacred Cycles(12") Brainiak Records Braink 37 UK 1994 Sell This Version
Sacred 001 Peter Lazonby* / Blue Amazon Peter Lazonby* / Blue Amazon - Sacred Cycles / No Other Love(12", Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label Sacred 001 UK 2004 Sell This Version
MLCL022 Pete Lazonby Sacred Cycles(3xFile, MP3, 320) Molecule Recordings (2) MLCL022 UK 2012
LOST058LCD Pete Lazonby Sacred Cycles(CDr, Single, Ltd) Lost Language LOST058LCD UK 2007 Sell This Version
HOOJ 93 Pete Lazonby Sacred Cycles(12", W/Lbl, One) Hooj Choons HOOJ 93 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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onamission2000

onamission2000

May 24, 2008
I'd have to agree with the above ; the original was stylish but the German remixes including the Jens mix took it to a whole new level. I found mine with a ten inch bonus record jammed into the sleeve with the absolutely sensational Gary D mix on the b side, used by John Digweed on Renaissance 2. Deepens the bassline and gives the samples the full Superstition treatment. One I'll hang on to for some time to come and definitely worth tracking down.
onamission2000

onamission2000

May 17, 2008
Classic track. I have to agree with the above that the original mixes were good but Jens took this to a whole new level. My copy came with a separate ten inch wedged in the sleeve with the more common Jens mix on one side and an absolutely sensational deep mix on the b that I think John Digweed used on one of the Renaissance mixes. Well worth looking for if you can find it.
slo_moshun

slo_moshun

January 22, 2008
Sasha put this track on the audio map in my opinion when he dropped it on his essential mix from 95. Although he played the remix version, I bought this, mistakingly thinking it was the version he used but alas it wasn't. Although the intro is good and synths are a delight to the ear, it is simply nowhere near the class of the Jens M remix with its heavenly riff, great b-line and superb breakdown. I eventually bought it ten years later on the triple album after tracing it!
spoons

spoons

February 25, 2004

I only listen to this nowadays for the intro and the synth washes, but it was one of my favourite tunes at one time. I think the remixes on Hooj (Medway/Quivver/Cass and Slide) are actually quite good. Medway does interesting things with the synth. It's a classic and that's the end of it!