Various ‎– See Ya In 2017

Dance Pool ‎– DAN 472 387 0
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, White Label, Gatefold

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A1 Ace The Space 9 Is A Classic (Ultimate Rave Rmx)
Remix – Ace The Space, T-Bone Castro
A2 T-Bone Castro I Want Cha (Women Here Part 1)
A3 Nasty Django Ey Loco!
B1 R U Ready Vaeth 2
B2 Unknown Artist Untitled
B3 Dag Tribe Legalize It!
C1 Mescalinum United The 2nd Coming
C2 Alien Christ Of Suns And Moons (Phase 4)
C3 Unknown Artist Untitled
D1 Turbulence Disaster Area
D2 Trip Commando 1st Official Trip Signal
D3 303 Nation Untitled

Companies, etc.



Planet Core Productions
Distributed by P.C.D. FFM


This release is a pre-version of "Frankfurt Trax Volume 3 - The House Of Phuture", containing a partially different tracklist. No track titles and artists information printed on the release.
Only generic side designation letters printed on labels. Comes in gatefold cover. No artwork. Catalog# inferred from run-out etchings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side A): 12-DAN 472 387 0-21 A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side B): 12-DAN 472 387 0-21 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side C): 12-DAN 472 387 0 C3
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching side D): 12-DAN 472 387 0 21 D2
  • Other (Distribution Code): 12-472387-21

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12-472387-21 Various See Ya In 2017(2x12", Comp, W/Lbl, Gat) Planet Core Productions 12-472387-21 Germany 1992 Sell This Version


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March 9, 2017
Yes, it's that year, 25 years later all that remains is this comp of really good music. This is a legendary release by me, we should play this record all year long.


April 20, 2003
Some Trax identical to V.A. DLP Frankfurt Trax Vol.II, I guess this is kind of an abandoned prerelease. But much better than the final product. Still on top in 2017!


March 5, 2003
There are some tracks on here, created in 1990 and 1991 which are technically far beyond alot of modern techno and drum n bass. Considering the equipment these cats had to work with in the late 80s and early 90s, tunes like "Ace The Space - 9 is a Classic," "Killerloops - Murder One," and "A Lighter Shade - I start to Fly" stand far above the standard trash created at a time when rave standards incorporated weak cartoon samples over played out and sped up break loops.