Various ‎– Chill Out Or Die!

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1 Sequential The Mission (Live From The Outer Zone)
Written-By – Craig Peck, Pete Namlook
8:59
2 The Irresistible Force Space Is The Place
Written-By, Producer – Mixmaster Morris
4:37
3 Pulsation Pulsar
Written-By – Pete Namlook
3:58
4 Ongaku Mihon
Written-By – Ata, Atom Heart, Heiko (M/S/O)*
6:21
5 Barbarella Barbarella (Irresistible Force Remix)
Engineer – The Unknown TechRemix – Mixmaster Morris, The Irresistible ForceWritten-By, Producer – R. Hildenbeutel*, Sven Väth
8:21
6 Rising High Collective No Deeper Love (Irresistible Force Mix)
Engineer – Dylan Amlott*Remix – Mixmaster Morris, The Irresistible ForceWritten-By, Producer – Caspar Pound, Peter SmithWritten-By, Vocals, Lyrics By – Plavka
4:53
7 Earth Leakage Trip The Awakening
Written-By – N. Sanford*, S. Carter*
8:08
8 Bedouin Ascent Treading The Earth
Written-By, Producer – Bedouin Ascent
11:36
9 Euphorhythm Analysed Force
Written-By, Producer – Dr. Motte
10:17
10 Friends, Lovers & Family The Seaside
Producer – Friends, Lovers & FamilyWritten-By – N. Howes*, W. Frost*Written-By, Engineer – L. Elliot-Potter*
6:45

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On the cover and CD track 9 is incorrectly identified as Dr. Motte - Euphorhythm.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5024900000705
  • Matrix / Runout: RSNCD8 10247531 01 & MADE IN U.K. BY PDO

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SRCS 7842 Various Chill Out Or Die!(CD, Comp, Mixed) Sony Records SRCS 7842 Japan 1995 Sell This Version
RSN LP8 Various Chill Out Or Die!(2xLP, Comp, W/Lbl) Rising High Records RSN LP8 UK 1993 Sell This Version
RSN LP8 Various Chill Out Or Die!(2xLP, Comp) Rising High Records RSN LP8 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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zevulon

zevulon

June 19, 2016
Sadly, I think that many UK copies might suffer from CD rot / Bronzeing by now..
incuswetrust

incuswetrust

October 8, 2013
A real spacey album; a prime slice of ambient brilliance selected and mixed by Morris Gould, aka Mixmaster Morris, and not one of those languid and insipid 'chillout' affairs that consist of popular dance cuts slowed down with mogadon bpm's in the low 80's. You can loose yourself here. Opener with Namlook's brilliant 'Sequential' project- all rumbling drones and skeletal harmonies; and then mingling with Morris' own 'Space is the place'. I was surprised that i didn't know many of the acts on here (apart from the two above and the ever-excellent Bedouin Ascent); but Morris has chosen well and they are all little gems. Genuine chill-out, not wishy-washy crap that lines the shelves in HMV (you know the kind- they ALWAYS have blue-and-white covers..usually of a lounge beside a limpid swimming pool).
Essential, really.