Sasha + John Digweed* ‎– Northern Exposure: Expeditions

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1040, Ultra Records ‎– UL 1040-2
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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Expedition 1 1:03:07
1-01 Breeder Tyrantanic (Breeder's Underexposed Mix)
Engineer – Simon NobleProducer, Written-By – Rowan Blades, Simon Noble
1-02 Space Manoeuvres Stage One (Total Separation & Separation Mixes)
Producer – QuivverWritten-By – John Graham
1-03 Union Jack Morning Glory
Producer, Written-By – Claudio Giussani, Simon Berry
1-04 Jayn Hanna Lost Without You (Edge Factor Dub & Journey Mixes)
Remix – Edge FactorWritten-By – B. Jamieson*, J. Hanna*, J. Sutton*
1-05 The Light Expand The Room (Four Storeys High Mix)
Engineer – Alan BremnerWritten-By, Producer – Joe Williams (3), John Ross
1-06 Sasha Belfunk
Mixed By, Producer – Charlie May, SashaWritten-By – A. Coe*, C. May*
1-07 Chris Raven I Know You Love Me Too (Van Bellen Remix)
Producer – Van Der Zwann*, Norris*, DJ Chris Raven*, Pehar*Remix – Van BellenWritten-By – Bart Van Der Zwaan, Logatec*, Tomislav Pehar
1-08 Blue Planet Corporation Micromega (Choo-Choo Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Gabriel MasurelRemix – Jarrod & Gilbey
1-09 Mono Culture Free (Extended Vocal Mix)
Written-By – A. Canta*, E. Scheier*, J. Driesser*
Expedition 2 1:08:12
2-01 Head Honcho Waters Of Jericho
Producer, Written-By – Shem McCauley, Simon Rogers
2-02 Movement Perpetual* Sexual Mouvement
Producer, Written-By – Jerome Pacman*
2-03 Stef, Pako & Frederik Seaside Atmosphere
Producer, Written-By – Stef / Pako & Frederik*
2-04 Der Dritte Raum Polarstern
Producer, Written-By – Andreas Kruger*
2-05 Pure (2) Pure (Friction's Groove)
Arranged By, Producer – Jeff Alderson, Justin Scott DixonRemix – Friction (22)Written-By – Justin Scott Dixon
2-06 Red Devil Gamelan
Producer – Allan Cowie, Barry GilbeyWritten-By – Allan Cowie
2-07 RR Workshop Mess With Da Bull
Composed By, Producer – R. Unger*, Klinkenberg*Written-By – R. Unger*, R. Klinkenberg*
2-08 Humate Love Stimulation (Oliver Lieb's Softmix)
Producer [Additional] – Oliver LiebProducer, Written-By – Frerichs*, Schmidt*, Huntemann*, Paul van DykRemix – Oliver LIeb
2-09 Breeder Rock Stone
Engineer – Simon NobleProducer, Written-By – Rowan Blades, Simon Noble
2-10 Delta Lady Anything You Want (The Delta Belter Vocal Symphony)
Engineer – Ollie JProducer – Chris Needs*Vocals – WonderWritten-By – Needs*, Barnes*, Daley*, Schneider*
2-11 Mike Koglin The Silence (Tekara Remix)
Mixed By, Producer – Mike KoglinRemix – TekaraVocals – Jacqui SawyerWritten-By – Martin Gore*, Mike Koglin

Companies, etc.



This US version omits the track "Delerium - Silence (Sanctuary Mix)".

Artist and title are swapped for Tracks 1-02 and 2-04.
2-05 is incorrectly listed as "'Pure' Frictions Groove" by Voyager

The following tracks are believed to be more specifically (although not credited on the release):
1-01: 'Tyrantanic (Breeder's Underexposed Mix)'
1-02: A combination of 'Stage One (Total Separation Mix)' and 'Stage One (Separation Mix)'
1-04: A combination of 'Lost Without You (Edge Factor Dub)' and 'Lost Without You (Edge Factor Journey)'
1-05: 'Expand The Room (4 Storeys High Mix)'
1-07: 'I Know You Love Me Too (Van Bellen Remix)'
1-08: 'Micromega (Choo-Choo Remix)'
1-09: 'Free (Extended Vocal Mix)'
2-08: 'Love Stimulation (Oliver Lieb Softmix)'
2-10: 'Anything You Want (Delta Belter Vocal Symphony)'
2-11: 'The Silence (Tekara Mix)'

Publication and copyright notes:
1-01: Copyright Control…℗ 1999 Rhythm Syndicate Records.
1-02: Copyright Control…℗ 1999 Red Parrot Recordings.
1-03: Published by Pineapple Music / Copyright Control…℗ 1994 Platipus Records Ltd.
1-04: Published by Deconstruction Songs (BMG). ℗ 1997 Virgin Records Ltd.
1-05: Copyright Control…℗ 1999 Hooj Choons Ltd.
1-06: Published by Copyright Control / Warner Chappell…℗ 1999 Deconstruction Records
1-07: Published by GZM / Warner Chappell…℗ 1997 EMI Records Ltd.
1-08: Copyright Control…℗ 1999 Flying Rhino Records Ltd.
1-09: Copyright Control. ℗ 1998 Nerve.
2-01: Copyright Control…℗ 1994 Jukebox In The Sky.
2-02: Published by Art Trafic…℗ 1997 Obsession Music.
2-03: Published by FCA Music Holland…℗ 1998 Coded Records a division of Quad Communications / Absolute Records.
2-04: Published by Manuscript…℗ 1998 Virgin Schallplatten GmbH.
2-05: Published by Sonic Life Publishing…℗ 1998 Cosmic Records.
2-06: Copyright Control…℗ 1998 Choo Choo Records.
2-07: Published by 2 P's W Music…℗ 1999 Journey Records.
2-08: Published by Alster Musikverlag & Copyright Control…℗ 1998 Deviant.
2-09: Copyright Control…℗ 1999 Rhythm Syndicate Records.
2-10: Published by Chrysalis Music Ltd. / Hard (UK) Hands Publishing Ltd.…℗ 1993 Hard Hands Ltd.
2-11: Published by Grabbing Hands / EMI Music Publishing Ltd. / Peer Music…℗ 1998 Multiply Records.

Production notes:
1-01, 2-09: Produced…for Rhythm Syndicate Productions
1-06: Mixed & produced…at Nobel Studios.

Credits notes:
The Search Party
Lynn Cosgrave, Andrew Gallagher, Tina Arena, Sam Balderstone, Jonathan Cross, Alan G Brown, Lucy Alexander and Graham Fisk.
David Malone and Mark Blamire at Groupe.

Sasha + John Digweed thank
Justine, Bedrock, Lynn Cosgrave, Ian, Tina and Shelly at Cosmack Management, Tara and Jennie at Tyrant Management, Gut Omadale at Balance, Jimmy Van M, Chris Fortier, Gareth at Balance, USA, Craig Richards, Lee Burridge, Ricky McGowan, Aubrey at Roland UK, Danny Howells, Paul Morris, Mike Boskamp, Oakey, Nick Muir, Sean Cusick, Taylor, Jon and Barry, Rowan 'Breeder' Blades, Ultra NY, Stephanie and Pitch NY, Danny Tenaglia, Deep Dish, John Debo, Dave Seaman, Nick Warren, Nick Gordon-Brown, James Baillie, David Malone, Formula NY, Ashley Casselle, Eric 'Stretch' Armstrong, Leo and Charlotte at The End, Dom Phillips, Mike Bindra and Paul Smith at Twilo NY, Rick at Undercover NY, Gaetan, Tara Scott and Mel (M.D.S), Oz Slacker, Hybrid and Push, Kassy, Sean Quinn, Mark James, Phil K, Sugar Ray, Phil Smart, Stig, Sudeep, Paul van Dyke, Guy, Ruth and Jonathan, Andy, James and Scott at Boxed, Zammo, Colin Hamilton, Adam Freeland, Simeon Jones, Mixmag, John Ives at Apple USA, Ben Turner at Muzik, Pezz and Michelle at 3 Beat, Jo at Massive, Tag, Plastic Fantastic, Angela and Keith at Heaven, Kim and Aron at Master Room, POP, Power, Jon and Barry at Fluid, Waxworks, Tania Roach at Byte Communications, White Noise, Jinxy, Ashley, Barry and Barry Jnr, Rob at Deviant, Kirk Field, Frank G at Platipus, Twilo, Colours, Lush, Heaven, The Empire, Simons, The Manor, The Opera House, Rhumba, Rec Box, Spundae, Cream, Virtigo, Peter White, (Mother South Africa), Ramiro and Jorge (Mexico), Nigel Tasko, (Nobel House Canada), Axis (Boston) and Julie and Chris at Sound Performance.

Media notes:
Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. are the exclusive licensees for this compilation.
This compilation ℗ © 1999 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
INC INCredible™ is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
See booklet for details
Manufactured, marketed and distributed in North America by Ultra Records, 588 Broadway, Suite 1003, NY, NY 1012
Fax: (221) 343-9429.

Liner notes:
This compilation ℗ 1999 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. © 1999 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Distribution: Sony Music.
Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. are the exclusive licensees for this compilation.
INC INCredible™ is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

Tray notes:
© 1999 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
INC INCredible™ is the exclusive trademark of Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.
Distribution: Sony Music.
For DJ Booking information, contact; Balance Promote Group at
Manufactured, marketed and distributed in North America by Ultra Records 588 Broadway • Suite 1003 • NY, NY 1012 Fax: (221) 343-9429 •

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 17465 10402 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 33547/2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1 (Variant)): 10A DIDX-094511 2 MUSIC.CONN.
  • Other (Disc 1 - Mastering SID Code): none
  • Other (Disc 1 - Mastering SID Code (Variant)): IFPI L327
  • Other (Disc 1 - Mould SID Code): none
  • Other (Disc 1 - Mould SID Code (Variant)): IFPI 50D3
  • Other (Disc 1 - Code): UL 1040-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 33556/2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2 (Variant)): B02 DIDX-094512 1 MUSIC.CONN.
  • Other (Disc 2 - Mastering SID Code): none
  • Other (Disc 2 - Mastering SID Code (Variant)): IFPI L327
  • Other (Disc 2 - Mould SID Code): none
  • Other (Disc 2 - Mould SID Code (Variant)): IFPI 50AD
  • Other (Disc 2 - Code): UL 1040-2B
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: SDRM
  • Other (Liner Notes Code): INC4CD
  • Other (Liner Notes Code): 31-494037-10


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January 12, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I believe only a true Sasha and/or Digweed fan (or critic!) will understand this comp. It is the other half of S & JD, the wild-side if you will. This is the duo letting their hair down. The first disc builds with a slight, almost unnoticeable progression, then bursts at the seams with Sasha's Belfunk. Thereafter it returns to its previous near-consistency.

Disc two is the monster. This is a club at 2am, tearing the roof down. Expect no pretentious 'we don't do trance, only straight progressive house...' from the boys this time, because they really will feed it to ya in this set. In large doses.

A rather splendid comp, but only for listeners with open minds.


July 6, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The 'edit-out' of Delerium's Silence (in its sanctuary mix) from this edition of NE:E is a double-edged sword - on the one hand, it muddles up the flow of the first disc somewhat, and leaves it feeling a bit light at only nine tracks...on the other, that tune really does blow!

In general, the first disc is the weaker of the two. There doesn't really seem to be a progression, and sasha + digweed's normally pristine mixing chops seem a bit lacklustre. Disc 2, however, is one of those mythical übermixes where every track is a winner, and the midsection of the set is mixed so excellently that you genuinely do not notice the tracks changing at all. Only the slightly weedy 'Anything You Want' lets the side down, although that tune's 'classic Renaissance' overtones may appeal to some. All in all, a fine purchase, if not an essential one.


April 10, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

I personally like very much the fact that the "silence" track by delerium was not included in this edition (which is the one I own). And not because the track is bad at all, on the contrary I like it very much, but what I dislike is the fact that it has become an extremely mainstream anthem.

Maybe at the time of the recording "The Silence" was fairly unpopular, but now it has become part of every collection named "The definitive ultimate 120 greatest dance anthems / hits of all time part 232". I'm glad that my edition of NE3 doesn't have that song, which helps to keep a nice, soft, underground profile to this album.

Am I the only one who thinks that?