Various ‎– 3Lux (The DVD Collection)

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3Lux: Techno Video Mix
1.01 Format Solid Session
Film Director [Video By] – Krypton
1.02 Resistance D Index #2
Film Director [Video By] – Phase One Vivid
1.03 Overnite Pure Climax
Film Director [Video By] – Remake Prod.*
1.04 Neutron 9000 Which Way Are You Going
Film Director [Video By] – Taste Video
1.05 Neutron 9000 Ki-Oha-Girl
Film Director [Video By] – Krypton
1.06 Phobia Phobia
Film Director [Video By] – Phase One Vivid
1.07 Spice (4) Technoflyer Unlimited
Film Director [Video By] – Taste Video
1.08 Cosmic Baby Overdrive
Film Director [Video By] – Phase One Vivid
1.09 Phantasm Bass Movement
Film Director [Video By] – Psy-d-light*, Animal Art*
1.10 Exit 100 Liquid
Film Director [Video By] – Psy-d-light*, Animal Art*
1.11 F.U.S.E. Substance Abuse
Film Director [Video By] – Clipvideo
1.12 S.M.I.L.E. Call Of The Huichol
Film Director [Video By] – Remake Prod.*
1.13 Turntable Hoschis Psychic Complexx
Film Director [Video By] – Taste Video
1.14 Evolution (2) Equilibrium
Film Director [Video By] – Clipvideo
1.15 Hypernature Primitizer
Film Director [Video By] – Joakim Hovel*
1.16 Mixmaster Morris Underground
Film Director [Video By] – Krypton
1.17 S.M.I.L.E. Digital Bubblebath
Film Director [Video By] – Remake Prod.*
3Lux-2: The Non Stop Techno Trance Video Mix
2.01 X-102 Intro
Film Director [Video By] – Clipvideo
2.02 House Of Usher Shades
Film Director [Video By] – T.J. Bundee
2.03 Morgan Wild Project* Trance Mission
Film Director [Video By] – Krypton
2.04 Format Reckless
Film Director [Video By] – KO-2
2.05 Jim Clarke Qualification
Film Director [Video By] – Stalin Retina
2.06 Time Warp Bird Rave
Film Director [Video By] – Phase One Vivid
2.07 FX Creators Survival Of The Trippest
Film Director [Video By] – Taste Video
2.08 Evolution (2) Sparkling Sun
Film Director [Video By] – Clipvideo
2.09 E-Rection Smoke My Dang A Long
Film Director [Video By] – Rainer Remake
2.10 Alec Empire King Snake
Film Director [Video By] – 0
2.11 Dave Angel Bounce Back
Film Director [Video By] – KO-2
2.12 The Visions Of Shiva Perfect Day
Film Director [Video By] – Stalin Retina
2.13 S.M.I.L.E. Eierbass
Film Director [Video By] – Rainer Remake
2.14 Microbots Cosmic Evolution
Film Director [Video By] – Krypton
2.15 Arpeggiators Freedom Of Expresion
Film Director [Video By] – Rainer Remake
3Lux-3: A Journey Through Ambience
3.01 Voov Freezer AC 1
Film Director [Video By] – Polyopie
3.02 Escape Trip From Mars
Film Director [Video By] – Polyopie
3.03 Silence Omid/Hope
Film Director [Video By] – Pit Weber
3.04 Sven Väth Caravan Of Emotions
Film Director [Video By] – Rainer Remake
3.05 Evolution (2) Sub-Marine
Film Director [Video By] – KO-2
3.06 Ongaku Mihon #2
Film Director [Video By] – Olaf Garvers
3.07 Atlantis (15) Paradise
Film Director [Video By] – Vivid Image
3.08 Hearts Of Space Drawn
Film Director [Video By] – Ume No Kaisha
3.09 Aphex Twin Shotkeya
Film Director [Video By] – Taste Video
3.10 Biosphere Cloudwalker
Film Director [Video By] – Sys.gfx
3.11 The Orb Towers Of Dub
Film Director [Video By] – Stalin Retina

Notes

DVD Video, exempt from classification, stereo.

This DVD has 3 parts:
3Lux-1 - Running time: 75 minutes.
Originaly released in 1991.
3Lux-2 - Running time: 70 minutes.
Originaly released in 1992.
3Lux-3 - Running time: 80 minutes.
Originaly released in 1993.

"Forerunner of the legendary X-Mix series, the 3Lux videos took the very first steps in the visual realisation of techno. In the early 1990s, to a soundtrack of now classics tunes from the hot producers of the day (including Dave Angel, The Visions Of Shiva, Aphex Twin, Biosphere, Alec Empire, Neutron 9000 and Mixmaster Morris) young computer artists began exploring the possibilities of computer animation and new digital technologies. They hit the ground running, through pulsing shadows, distressed landscapes, whirlpools of sound and vision. Fresh and raw, exuberant and optimistic, the 3Lux series was a bold expedition into the uncharted imagery of techno, early trance and ambient. Where these groundbreaking animations would lead, much was to follow. This was the foundation of the videoscape electronic dance music would inhabit from here on in"

Also available in NTSC: !K7110 N DVD

Tracks 1.07 and 1.08 are not listed in the DVD insert.
Track 1.02 is wrongly listed as "Cosmic Love"
Track 1.08 is wrongly listed as "Cosmic Cubes"

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  • Barcode: 730003711084

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kraff

kraff

November 20, 2015
Key Point of thinking about Ambient, Techno-Rave culture in mid 90's. Without net, mobiles...there was one Worldwide connection to Music. It was MTV. I saw 3lux videos a lot of times in Party Zone. When i was 17-18 it was so magic and unbelieveble. Right now...after Ages it's one of my favourites compilations of 90's techno. I'm Proud i know this stuff since day one.
fhw4979

fhw4979

September 3, 2015

RE 3LUX2: I am a self proclaimed trance nutter. I own thousands of trance CDs and 12"s. If I was to make a top 10 list of mixes that I still hold near and dear to my heart, this one is on the list for sure. Not perfectly mixed. Track selection even has some duds, but there is something about it that brings me back to the rave days of the early 1990s and some of the wild and bizarre experiences I had then. Feels like it was yesterday. At the risk of sounding as old as I am..... They don't make them like they used to.....
dethbylove

dethbylove

January 13, 2004
I my opinion 3Lux mixes and visual are way better than the Dr Devious stuff. They were full of bad "trancey music" (really dated) and most of the time only used fractal computer graphics (very unoriginal). On the contrary 3Lux is made of real classic tracks (apart from some of them which sounds like pre goa trance) and constructive visual.

In fact the first is more techno oriented, the second more "housey" and the last has it share of IDM/Ambiant.
grantcorp

grantcorp

August 30, 2003

Most of the 3LUX tracks got a spin or two on the MTV Party Zone in two or three track snippets back in those days, and finally seeing the entire mix is actually quite enjoying. As I recorded what I could back on old TDK music cassettes I would never have dreamed that I would one day actually own this music. I was a bit disappointed to discover that the contemporary "Cyberdream" by a "Dr. Devious" wasn't part of the 3LUX experience, as it was very similar in style and quality. Still, this is an absolutely fascinating release that has "cult" and "milestone" written all over it.