Union Jack ‎– Two Full Moons And A Trout / Lollypop Man

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Platipus ‎– PLAT 06
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Two Full Moons And A Trout 9:34
AA Lollypop Man 7:10

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Notes

© 1993 Platipus Records.
Side A: 140 BPM
Side AA: 146 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): PLAT 06 A *-J.T.S.- *
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): PLAT 06 AA *-J.T.S.- *

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kelvin2010

kelvin2010

March 21, 2017
The true definition of trance, have always loved the long wait for that epic breakdown, if you only own one trance tune.....this should be it. Right that's got that out of the way, I'm off to stick it on the old trusty turntables.
MusicalManiac

MusicalManiac

January 1, 2017

Gentlemen and ladies here is the trance at its best explendor concentrated on a wonderful vinyl record and MY GOD
Two Full Moons And A Trout is a piece of CLASSIC track, highly danceable and both melodic and energetic and wuaaaaaaa.Y For Lollypop Man ..... no words is so celestial, angelic, melodic and peaceful and all that accompanied by A good rhythm my favorite song
Seriously you must listen ... seriously haveme case.10 / 10
Wizhard

Wizhard

September 27, 2016

I'm quite speechless when it comes to describing this release. Two legendary, monumental tracks. The definition of Platipus' sound. 15 minutes of utmost TRANCE.
First, Two Full Moons and A Trout. Could have been a Sergio Leone's title. I know everyone loves the Casper Pound remix, but to me it's a totally different track, only reusing the vocal choir... The original is as worthy as the praised remix. It's like a fresco depicting the energy of nature with infinite creativity. Incredible drive and depth, unequalled build-up and tension. The chopping of the (bulgarian) chant is so trippy ! Add to that all the little samples put everywhere, and a remarkable (dramatic) final, and you get a rewarding journey of nearly 10 minutes.

Now, it was hard already for me to describe the A side... but, as you can see in the previous reviews, the B side manages to even top it. LOLLYPOP MAN. I have no words. This is just angelic, delicate, pure heaven. I just see a fresh new morning in the sunny and happy white fields of love, after all the sins have been removed... Goodbye my friends, I'm lost in paradise.
fizzput

fizzput

August 27, 2012
I agree with TIM, Lollipop is the tune that stays in mind over all these years. I feel Platipus has a more distinct position amongst other trance labels from this time, Simon Berry kept his stuff here and few if any artists from other european labels released too much on Platipus. This is an absolutley iconic release and later releases kept the originality there.
TIM

TIM

June 12, 2011

Probably Platipus Records most known release (except for that song called Children who was the Sandstorm of the 90's. Crap song there). While Two Full Moons and a Trout is certainly memorable and one the most standout tracks of trance heyday it's Lollypop Man that is where its at for me. Starts out very dark and ominous with a very slight sign that there is a light to this tunnel. Excellent individual sounds combine to a very unique journey. I don't like to use the word journey for fear I might be upducted by shitty Goa trance fans to the next Burning Man festival but this is indeed a start to a journey of some sorts. Pre-goa and pre-cheese that was in goa. Mr.C used this to open up his sublime epic mix in the 1st Psychotrance. Not only because of that terrific mix but this song in general is a fantastic trance song. Easily in my top 20 trance songs of all time. They don't make em like this anymore fellas.