The R ‎– Rave The Planet

ESP Records ‎– ESP 9106-1
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A1 Rave The Planet (Yeah) 5:56
AA1 Groove The Planet
Remix, Producer [Additional] – D-Shake
AA2 The Big Dipper 5:00

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Published by Frontdyk Music.
℗ 1991 ESP Records.

Track AA2 ends in a locked groove

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 711315 91061
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): ESP 9106 A HCP872921 08 30707 20 1A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): ESP 9106 B HCP872921 08 30707 20 1B1
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other: 08-030707-20


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July 8, 2016
The Big Dipper, absolute classic tune. Groove the Planet is a great track too but for me Th
big Dipper is the tune on this EP


January 19, 2016
One of the absolute greatest tracks of it's era !


October 19, 2014
Just a killer release on ESP.


August 28, 2012
Absolute classic ! Groove The Planet or Rave The Planet same 'kin tune and an F ing blinder!


October 7, 2008
Groove the Planet is The tune on this record!

This is a wicked piece of Dutch Classic Rave packed full of energy and atmosphere!

Starting off with a bleepy, spooky intro which sounds like a sample of a Sci-Fi film ...

"70 Billion people / where are they hiding"

This is a quote from an Outer Limits episode titled: Demon With A Glass Hand ...

Another wicked tune in my collection =)

Don't you just love it, when all bass n bleeps come together so nicely in a tune like this one?

November 7, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Head straight for the "Groove The Planet" mix on this one. It's not widely regarded as a classic but it's a legendary tune to me. I use to always use this as my first tune in sets many years ago. To say it sent the party "bananas!" is an understatement.

I also heard this played by legendary Plymouth DJ's SAS (Shaun & Simon) on a considerably larger system to the ones I was used to playing on. It was one of those defining moments of my "Raving" days. This was at one of the many "illegal" raves, we had here in the fields of the West Country of England where you cou couldn't wish to find a better atmosphere or party-spirit. Thanks to Maggie Thatcher and her fascist government those days are no more.

This is a wicked piece of Dutch Rave packed full of energy and atmosphere. Starting off with a bleepy, spooky intro which sounds like a sample of a Sci-Fi film (the name of which escapes me). It's not long before the track explodes into a big ravey riff. This is replaced with some fantastic, natural sounding breaks (they sound like a live drummer!) and a cool, funky bassline. All these elements soon combine to create a riot of a tune and it's worth letting this one play right to the end.

One my all time favourites from the early 90's and still cherished to this day. TUNE!!!