Various ‎– Forward Ever - Backward Never - The Mayday Compilation Vol. II

Label:
Low Spirit Recordings ‎– 517 696-2, Polydor ‎– 517 696-2
Series:
Mayday Compilation – Vol. II
Format:
CD, Compilation
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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 NRG* He Never Lost His Hardcore (Mayday Remix)
Written-By – Neil Rumney
3:50
2 DJ Dick Lost
Written-By – Dick*, Jankuhn*
5:03
3 X- Crash* Less Is More
Written-By – Adam X, Jimmy Crash
5:12
4 Sound Of Rotterdam* Mayday Anthem
Remix – Paul ElstakWritten-By – Jankuhn*, Westbam
4:18
5 Insider T(ry) O(ut) 003
Producer – The Insider*Written-By – Kris Vanderheyden
8:20
6 Westbam Forward Ever Backward Never
Written-By – Jankuhn*, Westbam
3:58
7 Forcemassmotion* Force Format
Written-By – Michael Wells*
4:54
8 Circuit Breaker Trac-K
Written-By – Richie Hawtin
4:58
9 Masters Of Disaster Suffer Little Children
Written-By – Jason Atkins*
4:56
10 Three Reasons Third Reason
Written-By – Dick*, Jankuhn*
5:32

Companies, etc.

Notes

Track 1, 9: (p) + (c) 1992 Chill Music Ltd. UK
Track 2, 4, 6, 10: (p) + (c) 1992 Low Spirit Recordings, Berlin
Track 3: (p) + (c) 1992 Direct Drive Records, NY
Track 5: (p) + (c) 1992 Music Man, Gent
Track 7: (p) + (c) 1992 Rabbit City Records, London
Track 8: (p) + (c) 1992 Plus 8 Records, Detroit

p+c 1992 Low Spirit
Marketed by Polydor
Printed in West Germany

Original version of track 4 released by Westbam.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 731451769627
  • Matrix / Runout: 517 696-2 01 >
  • Other (at CD mould): MADE IN GERMANY BY PMDC
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0164
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Label Code: LC 0309
  • Other (SPARS Code): DDD

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delirium303

delirium303

November 17, 2007

This CD stands for the best Mayday rave ever, maybe except The Judgement Day in 1993.
If you took part you know what I mean. It contains only high quality tracks so you can find there
a very rare Insider tune which is so dark and hard like no other Kris Vanderheyden track before -
believe me - and you can not find it on any other compilation. The Low Spirit crew set the signals
for a new area of Tekkno - German ravers called those tracks Bretter which means woodshelves.
All artists appearing on this compilation gave their best stuff to present themselves.
If you like hard techno/ tekkno from the early 90s I can highly recommend this.
For me this cd and rave was the crucial experience to fall in love with this sound. I sold my leather
jacket in front of the Halle Weissensee on the 12.12.1992 to get one of the last tickets to get in.
I began to go crazy because those pounding thunder bass and screaming ravers sounding out of
the building. It was the best rave of my life...