Graeme Laverty Discography Tracks

PRO:002CD, PRO2CD Seb Fontaine Timeless (as Graemel) Seb Fontaine - Global Underground Prototype > 2(2xCD, Mixed) Boxed, Boxed PRO:002CD, PRO2CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
Chris Cargo Chris Cargo - Timeless / Into Deep Little Fluffy Records UK 1999 Sell This Version
CHCHLTD4 Sentinel (2) Sentinel (2) - I Am(12") Choo Choo Limited CHCHLTD4 UK 2000 Sell This Version
CHCH12 Chris Cargo Chris Cargo - Xcessive Groove(12") Choo Choo Records CHCH12 UK 2000 Sell This Version
pod12008 Piece Process Piece Process - Adrenalin(12") Pod Recordings pod12008 UK 2001 Sell This Version
pod12012 Piece Process Piece Process - My Mind Is Going(12") Pod Recordings pod12012 UK 2002 Sell This Version
MIX009 Freakquent Flyers Longwave (Dilly Remix) Freakquent Flyers - Longwave(12") Mixmaster Records MIX009 UK 2003 Sell This Version
GGD001 Barry Connell Barry Connell - Frizzbomb(5xFile, MP3, 320) Goodgreef Digital GGD001 UK 2008
AT054 Erphun Erphun - Pesadilla Hermosa(12") Audio Therapy AT054 UK 2009 Sell This Version
CHCD001 Chris Cargo Chris Cargo - Louder Than A Bomb(CD, Album) Radio With Pictures CHCD001 UK 2009 Sell This Version
Various Tiger Forest (Ryan Davis Rework) (as G. Laverty) Various - Structures Two (Comp) Bedrock Records UK 2011 Sell This Version


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March 5, 2017
edited 10 months ago
Graeme Laverty...where should we start in the first place with such a talented being? Hard to say more than he simply was one of the most skilled progressive house/trance producers that ever graced the scene. Not only his productions but also his remixes are fraught with pure uplifting energy and that "flying over the world" feeling that not a lot of producers are capable of offering. I came across his productions and remixes completely by chance after knowing he had produced far more than the relatively popular "Midtone - Pearl". I then bought a CD-r copy of his remix of Oliver Lieb's "Metropolis" and believe it or not that was a godsend as I never thought possible to get this beauty in digital format. Those two though were just the visible part of a much broader production range...among the many styles he has touched almost each and every of his productions are pure ace at least up to 2001 when he then changed his style almost completely but he's not to be blamed for that as the scene as a whole changed as we all know...no single track comes to mind when I come to think about him but spending long winter nights envisioning futuristic cities after each listen is yet another proof of the limitless talent he has to offer.

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