Various ‎– Northern Exposure - Expeditions

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INCredible ‎– INC4LP
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3 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition
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A1 Jayn Hanna Lost Without You (Edge Factor Journey)
Remix – Edge Factor
11:40
A2 Movement Perpetual* Sexual Movement
Producer – Jérôme Pacman
6:18
B1 Delerium Silence (Sanctuary Mix)
Remix – FadeVocals – Sarah McLachlan
10:53
B2 Red Devil Gamelan
Producer – Barry Gilbey
7:52
C1 Sasha Belfunk 10:39
C2 Humate Love Stimulation (Oliver Lieb's Softmix)
Remix – Oliver Lieb
7:53
D1 Delta Lady Anything You Want (The Delta Belter Vocal Symphony) 10:01
D2 Mike Koglin The Silence (Tekara Remix)
Remix – Tekara
5:50
E1 Space Manoeuvres Stage One (Separation Mix) 8:04
E2 Breeder Rock Stone 8:26
F1 Mono Culture Free (Extended Vocal Mix) 8:10
F2 The Light Expand The Room (Four Storeys High Mix) 8:02

Notes

The record cover is clear plastic with white lettering on the front cover, tracklisting is printed in white lettering on the back side. Each record is named Expedition 1, Expedition 2, and Expedition 3.

Expedition 1: The record sleeve is green on the front and back with the images of a red and yellow rope looped around each other on the front side.

Expedition 2: The record sleeve is green on the front and yellow on the back with the images of a yellow rope end on the front side.

Expedition 3: The record sleeve is green on the front and red on the back with the images of a red rope end on the front side.

Track E1 is incorrectly listed as "Space Manoeuvres" by Stage One.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5099749403710
  • Barcode (Text): 5 099749 403710

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Rich.C

Rich.C

November 18, 2016
Wicked triple pack and along with the GU series, Communicate and digweeds bedrock 3x12 release a sad reminder that progressive house/trance...dare i use that word? just isn't made like this anymore ;( Rockstone in particular was a bit of a rarity when it first came out, but a bit of a tricky one to cue up on this release...i dont know why? Sasha played quite a few of these in his NYE set @ Ally Pally 1998 and Digweed played a gamelan and stage one @ Homelands in 1999, just shows you the strength of these releases and how good an ear sasha and digweed have for good music.
My copy of this triple pack is signed by John Digweed, ive uploaded a photo of it! but...why they didn't release a triple/quadruple pack of NE 2 is beyond me instead of 2 double packs??? and they were released seven years after the cd release? wtf? Just for the record i think as an "album" this is better than NE2 but not surpassing NE1...to be fair it'd have to be pretty special to top that ;)
androgyny

androgyny

February 12, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
One thing that has always frustrated me about this vinyl version of expeditions is that they decided to include the vocal versions of “Lost Without You” and “Silence” instead of the dub versions that are also used in Sasha & Digweed’s mix. Of course I understand that including the vocal versions makes more commercial sense, but both of these tracks were readily available to even the cursory record buyer in their vocal versions, whereas the Edge Factor dub of “Lost Without You” was only available on the initial DJ Promo double pack, and the Fade dubs of “Silence” were NEVER released in any format at all.

However despite not being the elusive dub, the version of Fade’s remix of “Silence” included here is in fact unique to this release.
A couple of years ago I had the immense good fortune to see Chris Fortier play an old school set at a small, intimate club here in Melbourne, Australia. At the end of the night Chris was gracious enough to talk with me about their remixing of Delerium, and it was during this conversation that he told me that the version included here was different.
To be honest I had never listened to this particular pressing, as at the time of purchase I already owned the Nettwerk 12” of “Silence” but following my interaction with Chris I gave this one a spin, and it is indeed subtly different to the version that saw commercial release. The basic structure is the same but various elements come in at different times, the most noticeable difference being that the kick drum continues right to the end of the track. The pressing of the track is pitched up by around +2.0 compared to the Nettwerk version. Chris said they never played with the tempo and that this version is faster only because they probably used the exact file from their NE mix session in protools that was sped up to fit into the mix, and didnt adjust it back down
The remix went through a number of revisions leading up to the final mix and apparently this version was a ‘work in progress’ that they had given to Digweed, along with the dub, as an early demo.