Various ‎– Gatecrasher: Red

INCredible ‎– INC5CDX, INCredible ‎– INC5CD
2 × CD, Compilation, Mixed

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1.01 Garbage When I Grow Up (Danny Tenaglia's Club Mix)
Remix – Danny Tenaglia
1.02 Cevin Fisher (You Got Me) Burning Up (T-Total Hot Flush Remix)
Remix – T-TotalVocals – Loleatta Holloway
1.03 Soulsearcher Can't Get Enough (Robbie's Filtered Monster Anthem)
Remix – Robbie*
1.04 Fatboy Slim Praise You (Full Version) 1:51
1.05 Orkidea Unity
Co-producer – Nicklas Renqvist
1.06 Jam & Spoon Stella (Nalin & Kane Remix)
Remix – Nalin & Kane
1.07 HH* I.C.E. 794 (Thanks To Berlin Dub Mix) 3:27
1.08 Dave Kane Clarkness 3:13
1.09 Origin Wide Eyed Angel (Force Mass Motion Mix)
Remix – Force Mass MotionRemix, Producer [Additional] – Michael Wells*
1.10 ATB 9pm (Till I Come) (Signum Remix)
Remix – Signum
1.11 Electrique Boutique Revelation 3:28
1.12 Danny Tenaglia Turn Me On (John Digweed & Nick Muir's Bedrock Mix)
Remix – Bedrock, John Digweed & Nick Muir
1.13 Lost Witness Happiness Happening (Lange Remix)
Remix – Lange
1.14 Robert Miles Children (Tilt's Courtyard Mix)
Remix – Tilt
1.15 Ron Hagen & Pascal M. Forever 3:37
1.16 Solange Messages 4:39
1.17 Johnny Shaker Pearl River (Vocal Mix)
Vocals – Serial Diva
1.18 Green Court Moonflight (Essential Club Mix) 3:51
1.19 Niels Van Gogh Pulverturm 2:29
1.20 Cascade Transcend (Moonman Remix)
Remix – Moonman
1.21 Humate Love Stimulation (Blank & Jones Remix)
Remix – Blank & Jones
1.22 Pulp Victim The World 99 (Moonman Club Mix)
Remix – Moonman
2.01 Inflexion Pure (Original Mix) 4:18
2.02 Aurora Hear You Calling 4:18
2.03 Kayestone Atmospheres 3:51
2.04 Summer Spirit My Dreams Will Come True
Vocals – Taytjana
2.05 Silent Harmony Save The Whales (Club Mix) 3:48
2.06 Sundance The Living Dream (Transa Mix)
Remix – Transa
2.07 Katcha Touched By God (Original) 4:19
2.08 Technique The Sun Is Shining (Mash Up Matt Remix)
Remix – Mash Up Matt*
2.09 Basic Avalon Firewalk 3:39
2.10 Pulsedriver Kiss That Sound 3:51
2.11 Marino Stephano Vision Control 4:25
2.12 Phrenetic System After The Meteor 5:48
2.13 DJ Tiësto Theme From Norefiell (DJ Jan & Christopher Chantzis Mix)
Remix – Christophe Chantzis, DJ Jan
2.14 Basic Avalon Suspicious Love (DJ JamX & De Leon's DuMonde Mix)
Remix – Dumonde, DJ JamX & De Leon*
2.15 Gouryella Gouryella 7:04
2.16 Signum Feel The Pressure (Baby Doc Remix)
Remix – Baby Doc
2.17 Ralph Fridge Paradise (Nu-Gray-Mix) 4:33
2.18 Lovechild Liberta (Moonman Remix)
Remix – Moonman

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Red card slipcase with gold text and logo with a tri-fold card CD holder and booklet

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): 89095 INC5CD-CD1 :1:1:2
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): 89096 INC5CD-CD2 2:1:2
  • Mastering SID Code (Disc 1 & 2): IFPI L041
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 1): IFPI 7307
  • Mould SID Code (Disc 2): none
  • Rights Society: MCPS / BIEM / SDRM
  • Label Code: LC2868
  • Barcode: 5 099749 405028

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
INC5LP Various Gatecrasher: Red(3xLP, Comp) INCredible INC5LP UK 1999 Sell This Version
494459 2 Various Gatecrasher: Red(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) INCredible 494459 2 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
INC5CD, INC5CDX Various Gatecrasher: Red(2xCD, Ltd, Mixed) INCredible, INCredible INC5CD, INC5CDX UK 1999 Sell This Version
494459 2 Various Gatecrasher: Red(2xCD, Comp, Mixed) INCredible 494459 2 UK 1999 Sell This Version


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May 19, 2018
i dont think CD2 is mediocre

i does have strong tracks for me example
Aurora Hear You Calling
Katcha Touched By God (Original)
DJ Tiësto Theme From Norefiell
Gouryella Gouryella
Signum Feel The Pressure
Lovechild Liberta



February 8, 2018
edited 3 months ago

Red, the second album in the 'Gatecrasher' series is definitely a memorable trance album. I wanted to give it the 'perfect' five star score, but unfortunately it does have flaws - mainly relating to one disc being outstanding and the other being just.. well mediocre at best.

Cd1 for me is the album's strong point, believe it or not. Every song just seems to fit the next/previous one perfectly. I loved Garbage's When I Grow Up and the one directly following it - Cevin Fisher's (You Got Me) Burning Up which sounds like something from Black Box in the early 90's. It gets amazing around track 5 - Orkidea's Unity, and then we have the awesomeness of HH*'s I.C.E. 794, Orgin's Wide Eyed Angel, Electrique Boutique's Revelation, then superb ones with Danny Tenaglia's Turn Me On which then mixes great into Lost Witness' Happiness Happening, and then more top hits with Ron Hagen & Pascal M.'s Forever, Solange's Messages and Johnny Shaker's Pearl River. It ends perfectly with Pulp Victim's The World 99, so just top notch and highly memorable. The only songs I didn't enjoy were Praise You by Fatboy Slim and the Blank & Jones remix of Love Stimulation which is nowhere near as good as other versions, minor gripe though.

The second CD is not as good for me, despite it being more trance. The fact that the entire cd consists of trance would have been great for me, as I love trance but some of the selection is weak mainly due to hard boring trance with no music to it. The honourable mentions are Inflexion's Pure, Summer Spirit's My Dreams Will Come True, Sundance's The Living Dream, Katcha's Touched By God, Gouryella's Gouryella and Signum's Paradise. There are some hits near the second half which are a bit hard for my liking, but overall it was still very good.

Overall, the first CD is perfect and the second is flawed but still very enjoyable. Gatecrasher: Red is an improvement over Black in my personal opinion.


June 22, 2016
What a review you have put there!
I could not have put it any better than that!
If you want a trance album that really does some up what trance was in the late 90s this it.
I do have preference with disc 2 though.
Absolutely epic. Mixed seamlessly. Always have wondered who mixed this piece of class.


January 7, 2016
Who mixes this? Same question applies to GC Black. Both are legendary CD's.


August 20, 2014
What version of Pulverturm is that?


August 12, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Its something I'll keep forever and ever - timeless.
Gatecrasher Red was released in the year of Trance - 1999, an amazing year. Luckily, Red manages to capture the part of the years trance in a non-commercial way, classic crasher style. So, why is it so special? Red not only has the most professional mixing I've heard on an album, but with such a stunning tracklist, you feel the songs were simply made for the album.
Strange as it sounds, the colour of the album was perfect - the red seems to capture a certain atmosphere I've never expierienced, and the songs somehow match it. It was the same with Crasher Wet, sounds so fresh for the summer. It has such amazing character to it, the flow of quality music is always consistant.
The album is started perfectly as ever on cd 1 (Plasma) with a song to set the mood of the album. Normally with crasher, its a breakbeat tune or just something that little different, but on red, its Garbage's 'When I grow up' , that was simply made to start an album like this. Indeed, when you listen to this, you may be dreaming what it was like to grow up, I know I have. But with its classic rhythm, it sets a nice taster of the album.
The next few tunes is inspiring. To create a real uplifiting, party like atmosphere, crasher include Burnin, Cant get enough, and Praise you, all incredibly uplifting songs at under 2 minutes long each, simply to set an atmosophere for the album, and there wondefully mixed.
You could easily talk about this album forever, theres so much to talk about. But to be cut long story short, you will not be dissapointed. Happiness Happening is one of my favourite songs on the album, but it would be so hard to choose as they are all exceptional songs. Cd2 (Future) Takes a slightly different angle to Plasma. Instead of a variety of different types of club tunes, its just pure non-stop trance. The years bug hit Gouryella is of course here, as well as dreamy tunes like 'My dreams will come true' and 'hear you calling' , not to mention the album finishing perfectly with the uplifitng 'Liberta'. 'Paradise' is another perfect song to sum up the album, with its choir like vocals that match the theme of the club itself - the main room is mocked out as a church. The song again is perfectly placed because on Plasma, Unity starts of the trance sound with Choir like vocals.
The best example of mixing? Again, very hard, but the blending between Hear you calling and Atmospheres is exceptional and so seamless.
Gatecrasher Red is simply made for the true clubber. Day or night, Red still sounds quality as what the songs did 7 years ago! But knowing that you own the orignal in a rare red velevet case is even more special. GateCrasher Red will never be topped by any other dance album in the world.. ever. The best trance and dance compilmation ever compiled!