Solar Quest ‎– Orgship

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SSR Records ‎– SSR 131
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Recorded at Ted's Garden (London), One Two & SSR Studios (Brussels), mixed at One Two, mastered at Digipro, technical support - Splad (London), Nicolas (Brussels), manufactured in Austria, all compositions published by Les Editions De La Bascule.
(P) 1994 Freezone / Crammed Discs
(C) 1994 Freezone / Crammed Discs

Some copies have a sticker over the barcode with a different barcode + distribution details.
Reissued in a segued form in 2000 as part of Orgisms.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 410377 531024
  • Barcode (Scan): 5410377531024
  • Barcode (Sticker, Text): 5 410377 286924
  • Barcode (Sticker, Scan): 5410377286924
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, Variant 1): DADC AUSTRIA C1 SSR131 11
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored, Variant 2): DADC AUSTRIA B1 SSR131 11
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94D9
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): none
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM™ GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8689
  • Other (Sticker, Distribution / Price Code): CB 801

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSR 135 Solar Quest Orgship 1(12") SSR Records SSR 135 Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
SSR 136 Solar Quest Orgship 2(12") SSR Records SSR 136 Belgium 1994 Sell This Version

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chimushi

chimushi

October 23, 2018
edited 4 months ago
There was only one song on this CD that moved me and it was the last song "Flying Spirals". A few of the songs started out well but then lost momentum, cosmic complexity and my interest. For the one song "Flying Spirals" I will add this to my collection.
Expansive09

Expansive09

July 2, 2018
Found this rare cd gem last year and have to say along with early Biosphere this is a 90s ambient gem. Not a wasted track and all the music has variety without sounding cliche to the era released. Im a sucker for Roland synths and this cd has tons of Juno as well as real bass guitar, smooth rhythms and your favorite blips & bleeps to keep your interest. Needs to be re-released and too good to be out of print!
foogoo

foogoo

November 14, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Save The Whale is a stand out on a great album,
TheNinthPlanet

TheNinthPlanet

October 16, 2016
Best fucking a****nt record along-side the sub-s***a and a***x fuck.
TIM

TIM

July 23, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

Solar Quest's "Orgship" is one of those desert island discs that you grab when all that matters to you is your relaxation and you're peacefullness. The ease and depth of "Belle of Atlantis" nicely brings you to that place. Imagine yourself laying in a boat (with this kind of depth it would have to be an ocean), you are looking towards the heavens and you are floating about to it's dream like flowing synth that sounds as if it's brushing the skies while the percussion rings out like shooting stars. Adding elements like thunder, soft waves, wonderful analog percussion and pads, you quickly see why this is one the of best island discs off all time. Then to go on saying this isn't even my favorite song on the disk tells you what a classic this album is. "Save the Whale" nearly brings me to tears everytime i hear the first 20 seconds and to know what is about to come in the next 8 minutes. It's one of the best tracks i have ever heard and I'm not over-exagerating. The rest of the album has it's moments but whenever I put on this cd i end up playing "Save the Whale" for hours and i never get to appeciate the other songs. I guess that tells you in a nutshell how much i love this track. Thank you George Saunders!
Zauberberg

Zauberberg

December 10, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

This is definitely one of the best ambient techno albums, side by side with Biosphere's "Substrata", FSOL "Lifeforms", Yagya's "Rhythm of Snow" and Global Communications' "76:14". Organic, freeflowing as possible, calm and dreamy, it carries a listener through endless worlds of solar soundscapes. Highly recommended!

June 26, 2003
An unbelievable ambient album with an astonshing opener and an even more overwhelming ending. A beauty that floats between acid, ambient, dub and goa. Spherical, dreamlike and mesmerizing.