Various ‎– Distance To Technoland 2

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Distance ‎– SUB 4825.2
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2 × CD, Compilation
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1-1 The Prodigy No Good (Start The Dance) (Edit)
Written-By – L. Howlett*, Neil McLellan
4:15
1-2 Aphex Twin Didgeridoo
Written-By – R. D. James*
7:11
1-3 Sonic Solution Bagdad
Written-By – CJ Bolland
6:22
1-4 LFO LFO
Written-By – Varley*, Bell*
3:26
1-5 Golden Girls Kinetic (Orbital Mix)
Remix – OrbitalWritten-By – Michaël Hazell*
3:36
1-6 DJ Hell* My Definition Of House Music (Original Mix)
Written-By – DJ Hell*
5:47
1-7 Carl Cox The Player
Written-By – Carl Cox
7:11
1-8 Winx* How's The Music
Written-By – J. Wink*
5:48
1-9 Underworld Born Slippy (Nuxx - Deep Pan Mix)
Written-By – Emerson*, Hyde*, Smith*
9:57
1-10 Deedrah Funkybootik
Written-By – F. Holyszewski*
6:55
1-11 Model 500 The Flow (Franck De Wulf Remix)
Remix – Frank De WulfWritten-By – Aisha Jamiel, J. Atkins*
7:52
Bonus Track:
1-12 aaarte aaarte! (Low-eek Remix)
Remix – Loïc Dury, O. Portal*Written-By – P. Bantz*
6:20
2-1 Joey Beltram Energy Flash
Written-By – J. Beltram*
5:44
2-2 Freq Xirtam (Kenny Larkin Mix)
Remix – Kenny LarkinWritten-By – S. Deason*
8:22
2-3 Ian Pooley Chord Memory (Daft Punk Remix)
Remix – Daft PunkWritten-By – Ian Pooley
6:54
2-4 K. Hand* Horizon (Original Mix)
Written-By – K. Hand*
6:00
2-5 Yennek (Kenny Larkin)* Without (House Mix)
Written-By – K. Larkin*
5:47
2-6 Ron Trent Altered States (Original Mix)
Written-By – R. Trent*
13:34
2-7 Dave Angel Lust
Written-By – D. Angel*
5:31
2-8 The Future Sound Of London Papua New Guinea (Original Mix)
Written-By – B. Dougans*, G. Cobain*
6:48
2-9 808 State Pacific 707
Written-By – 808 State
3:52
2-10 The Orb A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Center Of The Ultraworld (Orbital Dance Remix)
Written-By – Paterson*, Cauty*, Ripperton*, Rudolph*Written-By [Sample] – Wooley*, Darlow*, Lipson*, Horn*
8:20

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Issued in a jewel case with a transparent tray.

This compilation ℗ & © 1997 Distance
F: Distributed by BMG France
A Unit of BMG Entertainment.

Masterisé à Digital Edge, Paris.

Avec ARTE et Fun Radio (a French/German TV and a French FM radio station).

There are several mistakes on sleeve:
Track 1-1 is incorrectly listed as "One Love" on the back sleeve, and as "Breathe" on the inner sleeve, but it is in fact an edit of "No Good (Start The Dance)".
Tracks 1-5 to 1-9 are not listed in the correct order on back cover and inner sleeve, but correctly sorted in tracklisting.

Track 2-10 shortened on back cover as "A Huge Ever Growing..." (Orbital Dance Remix)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 3 512842 482526
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DURECO FR SUB4825CD1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DURECO FR SUB4825CD2
  • Other (SID Code, Mastering, Both CD's): IFPI L373
  • Other (Distribution Code): BM352
  • Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL

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ledjfab

ledjfab

March 19, 2008

I discovered this CD at a local store, lost between numerous old Eurodance compilations. I decided to give it a try. My principal interest was the very nice Daft Punk remix of 'Chord Memory' by Ian Pooley. But there are other strong tracks...
I must admit it was my first time listening to Aphex Twin. I think I had never heard anything from Richard D. James in the past. But better late than never, 'Didgeridoo' (1992) is one of the highlights of CD 1.
In fact, the first part of CD 1 mainly consists of 'old' Techno singles from The Prodigy, Sonic Solution (CJ Bolland) and LFO amongst others. Some will like, some will think it's too dated.
Carl Cox and Winx are featured here but with average standard tracks (sampling Chuck Roberts is so easy, it's getting on my nerves after all this time).
If you never heard it, the 'Deep Pan' version of 'Born Slippy' is quite a nice instrumental remix, full of hope and light. It's followed by the brilliant 'Funkybootik' by Deedrah, and the gay anthem 'The Flow' by Model 500. 'Aaarte' is a funky little bonus to end CD 1.
I feel CD 2 is, in general, less interesting, but nonetheless it features big names of the Techno genre, such as The Orb, FSOL and Joey Beltram. A good way to learn for the neophyte.