S.O.L. ‎– Quantensprung

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EFA 62098-6 S.O.L. Quantensprung(12") Superstition EFA 62098-6 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
PLAT 59 S.O.L. Quantensprung 1 / Solaris 1 & 2(12") Platipus PLAT 59 UK 1999 Sell This Version
PLAT 59 S.O.L. Quantensprung 1 / Solaris 1 & 2(12", W/Lbl) Platipus PLAT 59 UK 1999 Sell This Version
62098-6 S.O.L. Quantensprung(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Superstition 62098-6 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
0718756209867 S.O.L. Quantensprung(3xFile, AAC, VBR) Superstition 0718756209867 Germany 2004
0718756209867 S.O.L. Quantensprung(4xFile, MP3, 320) Superstition 0718756209867 Germany 2004
0718756209867 S.O.L. Quantensprung(4xFile, WAV) Superstition 0718756209867 Germany 2004
plat59cd S.O.L. Quantensprung(CDr, Maxi) Platipus plat59cd UK Unknown Sell This Version

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January 21, 2016
edited 7 months ago
referencing Quantensprung 1 / Solaris 1 & 2, 12", PLAT 59

Solaris 1 is is by far the best mix off this 12'' & one of my all time favourite Lieb tracks, if you are into the old school Lieb sound then this is a must. Solaris 1 starts straight off with a standard 4/4 kick drum and tribal percussion but then at about 3 minutes in there is a breakdown of sorts as the overall vollume of the beats is decreased but then Lieb let's rip with what is sounds like a 4/4 bass tom over the 4/4 kicks & a sound like sonar which trails off after awhile but the combination of bass drum and bass tom that carries it through to it's conclusion, at times switching between cutting the kicks and keeping the toms and vice versa.
Lieb was one of the Pioneers of tech trance & this is one of the best examples of it. 5/5