Various ‎– Dreamscape Old Skool Classics Vol. 1

Dreamscape ‎– DSRLP001
3 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Compilation

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Edge 1* Compnded 5:02
A2 Manix Head In The Clouds 5:35
B1 DJ Solo Darkage 6:11
B2 DJ Red Alert + Mike Slammer* In Effect 5:41
C1 Human Resource Dominator (Joey Beltram Program 2 Remix)
Remix – Joey Beltram, Program 2
C2 Soundcorp* Dreamfinder 6:09
D1 Gem 77* Never Felt This Way 4:10
D2 Nookie Shining In Da Darkness 5:37
E1 The House Crew Euphoria 6:42
E2 Rhythm For Reasons Grand National 3:45
F1 The Criminal Minds Baptised By Dub 5:29
F2 DJ Red Alert + Mike Slammer* Ruff 4:52

Companies, etc.


A1 title incorrectly given as "Compended"
C1 title misses mention "Joey Beltram Program 2 Remix"
F1 title incorrectly given as "Baptisided By Dub"
Corrected titles given above.

Track durations not given on sleeve or labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DSRLP 001 - A -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DSRLP 001 - B -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): DSRLP 001 - C -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): DSRLP 001 - D -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): DSRLP 001 - E -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): DSRLP 001 - F -J.T.S.-


Reviews Show All 6 Reviews

Add Review



June 15, 2017

This album has the best sound quality of all the old skool compilations that I've listened to. Being superior to all the Slammin vinyl, united dance, kickin records and react old skool collections I've purchased over the years. Dreamscape / ESP Promotions we're one of the originators of Rave / Warehouse parties in the Midlands. They we're established in 1989 with Dreamscape 1 being held on 6th December 1991 @ The Sanctuary warehouse in Milton Keynes. They we're at the forefront of the rave scene for many years. The promoter sadly passed away after crashing his new Porsche on the A509 between Irthlingborough and Wellingborough on 16th March 1996 after holding Dreamscape 1-21. His girlfriend then promoted events until selling the organisation on to a third party who staged the last few events but the last event had to be cancelled leading to the end of a major force in the UK rave scene.


January 17, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
A really nice vinyl compilation with serious Oldschool Classics from the early 90's. Maybe the one or another track could have been chosen better but that's a thing of what had more impact on the crowd and record sales at the time I guess.
Unfotunately the A2 side of my purchased version seems not to be pressed properly into the middle and especially "DJ Red Alert & Mike Slammer - In Effect" wobbles quite heavy. Is that with all releases or do I just have the misfortune of owning a misprint?


June 4, 2013

I think ESP were the organisation responsible for the whole Oldskool thing. I remember their rave flyers back in 1997 stating an oldschool specific arena, hosting DJs like top Buzz and Easygroove. It seemed to catch on with other top events.

They then spawned the brilliant idea to release a 3 cd pack with Slipmatt, DJ Sy and Randall. They then made a 12' release of some of the tracks that were featured on the DJ Sy oldschool CD. What a bargain, £15.99 for 12 great tracks that were rarer than an RAF MT Driver with 5 GCSEs at A to C grades. All at an affordable price!This may have helped people like moi to stop listening to Crappy Hardcore and dig the early 90's breakbeat style instead.

Well done ESP.