Dance 2 Trance ‎– Dance 2 Trance

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Suck Me Plasma ‎– SUCK TWO
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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All Trax recorded at the All Star Warehouse.

Side B was later renamed to "We Came In Peace (1990 Original Mix)" to distingush it from the '91 and the '93 version.

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Label Code: LC 7037
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): SUCK TWO A-1 I.P SST
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): SUCK TWO B-1 IP SST

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N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
ALL 025 Dance 2 Trance Dance 2 Trance(3xFile, WAV) Allstar Music (2) ALL 025 Germany 2010
SUCK TWO Dance 2 Trance Dance 2 Trance(12", Ltd, Promo, TP) Suck Me Plasma SUCK TWO Germany 1990 Vendre cette version
SUCK TWO CD Dance 2 Trance Dance 2 Trance(CD, Maxi) Suck Me Plasma SUCK TWO CD Germany 1991 Vendre cette version

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musicman3

musicman3

8 août 2015
We came in peace is a beautiful trance/ambient track!
abfahrer

abfahrer

20 février 2005
edité over 14 years ago

Brilliant early trance track by Dag Lerner & Rolf Ellmer.
Dag and Rolf were inspired by the small plaque, which read, 'Here men from the planet Earth first set foot upon the moon, July, 1969 AD. We came in peace for all mankind'.
This plaque was left by the first men Neill Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin on the moon in July 1969.
mandragoran

mandragoran

27 décembre 2004
edité over 14 years ago
It's canon that this is the first official Trance track. That's arguable because there were several other obvious Trance releases in 1991 as well (Age Of Love, Cosmic Love, etc...) or even earlier (What Time Is Love? (1988 Pure Trance Original). But this track is credited to have started a phenomenon that made Trance an overused ( by as early as 1995) and too serious a word (to some people) by which describe the genre. So if anyone asks you what the first Trance track was, tell them We Came In Peace. They can't prove you wrong.
planet-noise

planet-noise

27 juillet 2003

An early Techno \ New Beat track, with some well known samples, such as "Good Vibrations" and more.
The B-side was also a hit by itself, and a different version of it, released in the album "Moon Spirit".
Great Piece.