Sasha ‎– Xpander EP

Ultra Records ‎– UL 1049-1
2 × Vinyl, 12", EP

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A Xpander
Mixed By – Neil McLellanProducer – Charlie MayWritten-By – C. May*, D. Forbes*
B Belfunk
Mixed By – Charlie May, SashaProducer, Written-By – Charlie May
C Rabbitweed
Producer, Engineer – A. Page*, G. Schurrer*
D Baja
Producer, Engineer – A. Page*, G. Schurrer*

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℗&© 1999 Deconstruction Ltd.

Thin printed inner sleeves.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 0617465104916
  • Barcode (Text): 6 17465 10491 6

Other Versions (5 of 24) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 68199 1 Sasha Xpander EP(2x12", EP) Deconstruction 74321 68199 1 UK 1999 Sell This Version
UL1949-2 Sasha Xpander EP(CD, EP) Deconstruction UL1949-2 UK 1999 Sell This Version
74321 69151 2 Sasha Xpander EP(CD, EP) Deconstruction, BMG Australia Limited 74321 69151 2 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
none Sasha Xpander(CDr, Promo) Deconstruction none UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Sasha The Xpander E.P.(5xFile, MP3, EP, 256) Deconstruction none Unknown


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January 28, 2014
The credits on this record have always cracked me up. It says "written by A. Coe", but then Xpander and Belfunk were written by Spooky. Which is it? Can't be both! As a long time Spooky fan, there is no doubt in my mind Xpander is a Spooky track, pure and simple.


January 12, 2005
edited over 15 years ago

This is definately among the greatest of Sasha's productions. With soft Progressive, ambient feel to each track, its simple yet complex and definately one of the most genius Electronic Dance Music productions to ever be realeased. This EP demands the utmost respect...


June 25, 2003

This possibly the only production by Sasha I like. In truth, most of the credit is due to his studio techs for dailing in the perfect reverb and effects, and tweaking things to perfection. I like Expander, but for me the Baja is the real gem here. Track starts with nearly two minutes of intro ambience before the melody comes in. It's another three minutes until the grooving dub bassline appears. There's a wonderful percussive break at around nine minutes that induces alpha waves upon hearing it. The spacey, shuffling percussion feels like ketamine jungle -- it compels you to move, but you're too blissed to do it. Never tiresome, even at its twelve plus minute length, Baja is what _Airdrawnyawner_ tried despertely to be and failed.