Velocity ‎– Lust Remixes

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Other Side
Lust (Remix By Rabbit In The Moon) 9:57
This Side
Lust (Remix By Oliver Lieb) 8:53
Lust (Remix By Art Of Trance) 6:44

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUPERSTITION 2009 R Velocity Lust Remixes(12") Superstition SUPERSTITION 2009 R Germany 1994 Sell This Version
GSPS 001 Velocity Lust Remixes(12") Guerilla GSPS 001 UK 1994 Sell This Version
BOY-255 Velocity Lust(12") Boy Records (4) BOY-255 Spain 1994 Sell This Version
855 833-2 Velocity Lust(CD, Single) Urban 855 833-2 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
SILVER014 Velocity Lust(12") Silver Planet Recordings SILVER014 UK 1998 Sell This Version
SILVER014 Velocity Lust(12", W/Lbl) Silver Planet Recordings SILVER014 UK 1998 Sell This Version
SILVER014X Velocity Lust (1999 Remixes)(12") Silver Planet Recordings SILVER014X UK 1999 Sell This Version

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808-MAN

808-MAN

February 28, 2021
referencing Lust Remixes, 12", GSPS 001

Art Of Trance is a wicked mix. Human Chorus in the background turns this mix into a techno trance masterpiece. Up there with Sourmash-Pilgrimage To Paradise Barrel Beat Mix.
Jadizm

Jadizm

February 19, 2020
referencing Lust Remixes, 12", SUPERSTITION 2009 R
Pretty sure if Humate did a remix, especially in 1994, it would of blown them all away.
Jarren

Jarren

November 6, 2018
referencing Lust, 12", SILVER014

It's all about the Art Of Trance remix. Using a similar bassline to his Union Jack mix of Vicious Circles, along with razor sharp hi-hats and that typical Platipus attention to detail, this remix still stands strong.

The Rabbit In The Moon remix is far too busy for my taste, especially going full on breakbeat for half of the track. As a Trance DJ I occasionally start my mix off with a breakbeat track, but this would spoil the flow if thrown in halfway through (it's far too intense to use as a start track).

As for the original, it has a slow beginning, kicks in with a polite "hello" before going mental at the end (with no satisfactory conclusion).

So yeah. The Art Of Trance remix wins.
Aminoacido

Aminoacido

October 2, 2016
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Lust Remixes, 12", SUPERSTITION 2009 R

For me the Art of Trance remix is the best of them, absolutely trip from the begining to the end. Although, rabbit in the moon version has a very exciting instrumental part. I think that both are better than the original version one (maybe some trance lovers will disappoint with me...)
Wizhard

Wizhard

August 9, 2016
referencing Lust Remixes, 12", SUPERSTITION 2009 R

What to say ? The Rabbit in the Moon version is an elegy to a grandiloquent trance vision, mixing breakbeat, acid & psycheledic elements with uplifting cinematic strings in a liberating effect. An instant spacetrip, classic deep trance !
I don't really like the Oliver Lieb remix (strangely, because he has made so much classic material) but the Art Of Trance is great too, as said below for bringing depth thanks to his choir part, the original elements fitting perfectly the universe of AOT (so that's maybe why it's the most predictable remix).
Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

November 29, 2013
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Lust Remixes, 12", SUPERSTITION 2009 R

Good remixes by three very respectable producers. The Rabbit In The Moon Mix is typical psychedelic breakbeat music something you would expect from RITM. At barely 10 minutes, it holds very well and rarely gets boring. Oliver Lieb's Remix is tech-trance, also a sound you expect from Oliver Lieb. I prefer the RITM mix, this doesn't mean Oliver Lieb's mix is bad. His mix has more common trance sounds and breaks aren't extremely common on trance music. The Art Of Trance Mix is also quite good. Perhaps the most predicable of the three remixes. The chorus give this mix a more uplifting feeling. The Remix versions of "Lust" stand up to the original version. Good tracks sometimes get ruined by useless / crappy remixes. This is not the case, all 3 mixes are enjoyable. Fairly easy to find on vinyl / cd. Unfortunately, the CD single released on Urban does not have the Art Of Trance Mix. It however appears on an Australian pressing released on Addiction Records. For the price, definitely a must get for any trance music listener.
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

October 9, 2013
referencing Lust, 12", SILVER014

Rabbit in the moon mix is superb as normal.
h4ndcrafted

h4ndcrafted

October 9, 2013
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Lust (1999 Remixes), 12", SILVER014X

Rabbit in the moon remix is excellent as normal on the other 12