Various ‎– In Order To Dance 5

R & S Records ‎– RS 94036 X
5 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Box Set, Limited Edition

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A1 Mike Dred Macrocosm
Producer, Written-By – Mike Dred
A2 Quadrant Infinition
Producer, Written-By – Quadrant
A3 Future/Past Jam Packed
Producer, Written-By – Kirk Degiorgio
B1 µ-Ziq Phi*1700 (u/v)
Producer, Written-By – Mike Paradinas
B2 Speed Jack Storm
Producer – Mark BellWritten-By – Speed Jack
B3 Outlander Shades Of Perception
Producer, Written-By – Marcos Salon
C1 Biosphere Seti Project
Producer, Written-By – Geir Jenssen
C2 Teste The Wipe (5 Am Synaptic)
Producer, Written-By – Teste
C3 69 Rushed
Producer, Written-By – 69
D1 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak
Written By – Mark Ernestus, Moritz von Oswald
D2 The Source Experience Voices Of The Spirit
Producer, Written-By – Robert Leiner
D3 Aphex Twin Polynomial-C
Producer, Written-By – Richard D. James
E1 In Sync Subway Route (Edit)
Producer, Written-By – In Sync
E2 Kenny Larkin Soul Man
Producer, Written-By – Kenny Larkin
E3 Point Blank Meng's Theme (Original Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Jeroen Verheij
F1 C.J. Bolland* Austral Body
Producer – Mark MidroProducer, Written-By – CJ Bolland
F2 Luke Slater Spadang
Producer, Written-By – Alan Sage, Luke Slater
F3 Sensurreal From Subversive Territory
Producer, Written-By – Dirk-Jan Hanegraaff, Gert-Jan Bijl
G1 Sonic Solution Turbulence
Producer, Written-By – CJ Bolland, Steve Cop
G2 Dave Angel Abyss
Producer, Written-By – Dave Angel
G3 Carl Craig At Les
Producer, Written-By – Carl Craig
H1 Speed Jack C.T.C.
Producer – Mark BellWritten-By – Speed Jack
H2 Frank De Wulf vs. T-Quest >
Producer, Written-By – Frank De Wulf, T-Quest
I1 Outlander Double D
Producer, Written-By – Marcos Salon
I2 Plastikman Spastik (Acetate Mix)
Producer, Written-By – Richie Hawtin
I3 Sysex M-Park
Producer, Written-By – Heinrich Tillack
J1 Sun Electric Entrance (Dave Angel Remix)
Producer, Written-By – Max Loderbauer, Tom ThielRemix – Dave Angel
J2 Tomba Vira La Mandarina (René & Gaston Mix)
Producer, Written-By – DJ Zki & DobreRemix – René & Gaston*

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Limited to 5.000 copies.
Printed inner sleeves.

F2 credited to Luke Slater rather than his alias Translucent.
The sleeve states that Carl Craig At Les is previously unreleased; it was actually released in 1993 on Virtualsex.
The tracks on record 5, I & J, are exclusive, and not featured on any of the CD editions of "In Order To Dance 5". The two 3xCD editions do feature 6 other tracks that aren't included here.

Made in Belgium.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5411659000368
  • Barcode (Text, Underneath Barcode): 5 411659 000368
  • Barcode (Text, In Front Of Barcode): 5411659270368

Other Versions (5 of 9) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SRCS 7508~9 Various In Order To Dance 5(2xCD, Comp) Sony Records SRCS 7508~9 Japan 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94036 CD XX Various In Order To Dance 5(3xCD, Comp + Box, Ltd) R & S Records RS 94036 CD XX Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94036 CD Various In Order To Dance 5(2xCD, Comp) R & S Records RS 94036 CD Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
RTD 119.9878.2 50, RS 94036 CD X, RS 94036 CD Various In Order To Dance 5(3xCD, Comp, Ltd) Rough Trade, R & S Records, R & S Records RTD 119.9878.2 50, RS 94036 CD X, RS 94036 CD Germany 1994 Sell This Version
DIST008CD Various In Order To Dance 5(2xCD, Comp) Distance DIST008CD France 1995 Sell This Version


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February 6, 2017
Excellent compilation compiled by R & S Records but in there quest to fit as many tracks as possible they cut the best track on the entire compilation in half namely the awesome Phylyps Trak. With that said its definitely a peak moment in Techno.


January 5, 2017
Does anyone else have a skip on La Mandarina (René & Gaston Mix) from memory when the drums start. It sounds like the needle jumps forward is it a pressing issue? or is it just on mine.


July 27, 2015
"Sun Electric - Entrance (Dave Angel Remix)" was the main reason i purchases this compilation. This track has been featured on the good old "X-Mix 4 - Beyond the Horizons" (also mixed by Dave Angel). Its one of those tracks you´ll always keep in memory when heard, a true classic one which influenced me a lot on own productions. Besides all of that, there is a heavy load of excellent tracks and artists on this compilation. Kenny Larkins "Soulman" is another unforgettable jewel on this collection. Recommendation!


June 5, 2015
I'm looking to buy only disc 5 (sides I & J). Any interested sellers, PM me please!


May 16, 2011
I heard a lot of music samplers but this is the best what i heard until now , and im ashamed to hear this revolutionary techno music so late.Im flashed how fast electronic music developed these early years.Carl craigs at les was the reason for me to buy this one but i think the whole 2nd cd are kind of milestones of techno music and could without any doubt be compared to the music of today and tomorrow.And the sound quality of these 2 cds is in my opinion the highest i heard from a music sampler.I could say Soma records sampler can be compared to this.
very glad to have bought this one.
5 of 5 stars


March 8, 2005
edited over 14 years ago

R&S “In Order To Dance 5” compilation tells a story of a formidable-eclectic tracklist, amazing tunes and exceedingly talented artists. First of all, it was the first time when Carl Craig’s “At Les” classic was released, three years before “More Songs About Food & Revolutionary Art” LP (that came out in 1997) - this brilliant Carl Craig also appeared as Sixty Nine with “Rushed”. The avant-garde principle that guided R&S label since the end of the eighties could be defined not only through the times ‘when the tunes were released’, but also because of ‘how they were conceived’. The box had a so cutting-edge selection that it changed the perspectives of a whole generation in terms of electronic music – including the fact that it had brilliant classics of several respected artists, such as CJ Bolland (living the highest point of his artistic career these last two years), Kenny Larkin (owner of the full-dancing classic “Soul Man”, of fine synths and complex percussion), Aphex Twin and Dave Angel (also in his golden era as producer – “Abyss” would be released later in his “Classics” compilation). It is amazing how this magic box could represent so many kinds of sonorities, from the minimalism of “Spastik” to the deep atmospheric remix of Dave Angel to Sun Electric’s “Entrance”, present in the fifth vinyl (this one, considered a true ‘object of desire’, resulted on several disappearances during that period – not only from the DJ’s cases but mainly the ones on the used copies sold later – despite the regrets, only sometime after the customers realized their fifth vinyl was missing). In Order To Dance 5 represented a very special moment on R&S journey as well as on electronic music history during the nineties. A Box of treasures for a whole generation.


March 6, 2003
Great Boxed set package containing storming tracks...amazing value considering the quality of artists on show