System F ‎– Out Of The Blue

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Tsunami ‎– TSU 6008
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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A1 Out Of The Blue 6:41
B1 Out Of The Blue (Lucien's Big Trance Mix)
Remix – Lucien Foort
5:58
B2 Out Of The Blue (Super Secret) 7:06

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Written and Produced for Dance Therapy Productions
Published by Dancecave Publishing (Basart Music Group)
Distributed by Moxmusic
Tsunami is a Division of Purple Eye Productions
℗&© 1999 Tsunami

Side A: 45 RPM
Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713843 060088
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 08 40291 20 2A1 TSU 6008
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 08 40291 20 1B1 TSU 6008

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DAN 667074 2, 6670742000 System-F* Out Of The Blue(CD, Maxi) Dance Pool, Dance Pool DAN 667074 2, 6670742000 Europe 1999 Sell This Version
TSU 1033, TSU1033 System F Out Of The Blue(CD, Maxi) Tsunami, Tsunami TSU 1033, TSU1033 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
667074 2 System F Out Of The Blue(CD, Single) Dance Pool 667074 2 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
TSU 6012 System F Out Of The Blue (The Remixes)(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl, Sti) Tsunami TSU 6012 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version
TSU 6008 System F Out Of The Blue(12", W/Lbl) Tsunami TSU 6008 Netherlands 1999 Sell This Version

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DjFortune

DjFortune

February 24, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

17 years after release and this track still gives me goosebumps all over my body when I put it on the decks...
mallam

mallam

April 19, 2014

as an underground hardtrancer who actually appreciates the more ''commercial'' gatecrashery sounds and collect them also have to say mr corsten is on the buzz here v gouyella him and tiesto sounding but fuck it, its a class late 90s tune...impossible in a club off ur face not to be scraped off the ceiling with this one...pure class from the years of the trance compilation lol but a serious tune in it's own right...............................................costs penny easily mixable as they were all the same speed back then not like havin to work at it in the old days with the bonzais/edms/nooms etc etc etc

this, along with obv teh rest of the 98/99 trance tunes to be sought out and placed in the box and on the decks occasionally fo0r the memories class goin on commercial trance that does the job
teknowiz84

teknowiz84

July 30, 2012
What an amazing track.. This really got me into the EDM scene back in the day- countless remixes of this track blasted the airwaves as well. Funny, you dont ever hear it played anymore. Even on Armin's radio show ASOT (a state of trance) - This is probably because of Royalty issues, but still. This classic track will be swept under the carpet for years to come, hopefully our children can re-discover these old tunes one day!
Louk

Louk

September 4, 2008
One of the best tunes ever made, a tingly classic that has been played by yours truly all over the United Kingdom, be it at Dance Academy or on a free party on Dartmoor, this one definitely got a play and is semi responsible for my liking of trance! What a tune, it's so spine tingly good that I wish that I made it! Ferry Corsten is a legend for productions of such a high quality. Simply put this rocks the place!
budnik

budnik

August 27, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

This track really got me into the whole 1999 trance thing (previously i was into Speed Garage). I remember hearing it on Pete Tongs Essential Selection first and didn't really thing nothing of it. However, when Paul Oakenfold played it at Cream, well, i fully understood then.

This track will be earmarked as a classic of the "chemical generation" in many years to come. It possesses the most beautiful melancholic riff i have heard in a dance record. Its in the quieter part of the track, the hairs on the back of your neck will stand on end, and admittedly, i have hugged many a random in Gatecrasher to this. Special times indeed when this whole trance sound was breaking through and this very special tune spearheaded the movement.
dancemania

dancemania

March 10, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

One of the many aliases of Ferry Corsten is ‘System F’. The first track that was released under this projectname was ‘Out Of The Blue’. This track is known nowadays as one of the most famous trance classics ever. Almost everybody knows the amazing riff, the cool synthesizer lead sound and the pumping beats of this track. ‘Out Of The Blue’ also inspired a lot of other people to start making music as well!

Ferry finished ‘Out Of The Blue’ already at the end of 1998. Because Ferry released some other tracks on ‘Tsunami’, a label of Dutch record company Purple Eye, he already had contact with Tsunami’s A&R manager Maykel Piron (nowadays managing director of the ‘Armada’ label). After listening to the track, Maykel signed the track immediately! The official vinyl release was in March 1999 on the ‘Tsunami’ label (cat.nr. TSU 6008).

Before the official retail release, some very limited one sided promo vinyls were send to a few selected DJ’s. The only information that was available on each vinyl was a white label with a stamped mobile phone number and the text ‘Out Of The Blue’. On the sleeve there was a hand written text with ‘Something to blow your brains out’. Furthermore a sort of a ransom letter was included with the vinyl as well. The catalognumbers of all promo vinyls were cut out with a knife, so people could not trace from which record company and label this mysterious release was.

One of the DJ’s that received a white label was Nick Warren (known from ‘Way Out West’). After listening to the vinyl he phoned ‘Hooj Choons’ and told them about the track. So their A&R manager dialed the mobile number (that was on the sleeve) and they gave an offer for the track. Keep in mind that he only heard a bit of the track through a phone! A bit later Pete Tong (of Essential Recorings, a sublabel of London Records) also was on the phone and he also gave an offer. Both labels started bidding up against each other. At one point Pete Tong said: “I’m going to fly to Amsterdam now, so come to the airport, I want to close the deal overthere”. So shortly after that Ferry and his manager drove to Schiphol. They met Pete Tong, they closed the deal at the airport and some time later Pete Tong flew back to the UK…

Another true story about the white label promo’s: Paul Oakenfold has also got a white label, but for some kind of reason he did not listen to it or he lost it. When he heard about the track and knew that a friend had it, he gave him 1.500 Dutch Guldens (now about € 750,-) for it!

In 2004 the Japanese record company ‘Avex Trax’ released a classical remake of ‘Out Of The Blue’ on the CD ‘Velfarre Cyber Trance 10 Anniversary Edition’. This version [4:23] was made by the ‘Orchestre Cyber France de Paris’ to celebrate the 10th anniversary of ‘Avex Trax’.