The Green Martian ‎– Industry

Serious Records ‎– SERR038T
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Industry
B Industry (Durango95mix)
Remix – Durango95*

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℗ 2000 Lightning Records NV © 2001 Serious Records Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 31458 87901 5
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side A): Serr 038 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout hand etched, side B): Serr 038 AA

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none The Green Martian Industry (The Space Brothers Remix)(File, WAV, Unofficial) Not On Label (Liam Melly Self-released) none UK 2015
GRMAR-01 Green Martian* Industry(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Not On Label GRMAR-01 UK 2000 Sell This Version
BCD-2017-444, BCD2017444 The Green Martian Industry (The Space Brothers Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Bonzai Classics, Bonzai Classics BCD-2017-444, BCD2017444 Belgium 2017
BCD-2016-334, BCD2016334 The Green Martian Industry(2xFile, MP3, 320) Bonzai Classics, Bonzai Classics BCD-2016-334, BCD2016334 Belgium 2016
TP-2000-026P The Green Martian Industry(12", S/Sided, Promo) Tranceportation TP-2000-026P Belgium 2000 Sell This Version


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April 19, 2009
I have found the Durango 95 version almost 3 and a half years after the first review and after originally hearing this version somewhere back in 01-02. It is truly a unique song and while it is not a masterpiece, there are very few dj's or producers who have been able to fuse such dark tones with incredible harmony. The combination of the two create an unforgettable track. Track it down if ur into any sort of dark uplifting trance or if you were into trance/progressive circa the new millenium. This song will haunt you to the core, and yes "I love the hell out of it" Too!
PS Good news if you have Itunes, The original uncut version can be found on the release - bonzai uk remix collection


October 20, 2005
edited over 15 years ago
The Durango 95 remix on here is worth tracking down for one simple reason: it is incredibly, disconcertingly bizarre. Mr. Newman sticks a saxophone, processed human beatboxing, and what sound suspiciously like steel drums over the fimiliar bassline of "Industry" and comes up with something that, while not an incredible technical achivement by any means, is approaching the stuff of nightmares. It's weird, it's freaky, and I love the hell out of it.