Red JerryDeep & Chilled Euphoria

Label:Telstar TV – TTVCD3164
Series:Euphoria (6) – Deep & Chilled
2 x CD, Mixed
Style:Downtempo, Ambient


1.01JFC*Maximum Reflexion (On A Mountain High)7:07
1.02AccadiaBlind Visions (Accadia Ambient Mix)6:39
1.03RadosMy Soul Is At The End Of The Universe4:22
1.05MoonmanGalaxia (Eliot J Remix)
RemixEliot J*
1.06Rui Da SilvaThe Four Elements "Water"4:43
1.07BlissSong For Olabi4:30
1.08Skyscraper (2)Jabberwock (Alternative Afterhours Version)5:39
1.09DatarB (Am'B'ient Mix)4:53
1.10Groove ArmadaYour Song (Tim 'Love' Lee's Semi-Bearded Remix)
RemixTim 'Love' Lee*
1.11New Vision (4)Fields Of Wisdom6:21
1.12Space ManoeuvresStage One (Blain Sandhag Mix)
RemixBlain Sandhag
1.13AutechreBasscadet (Beaumont Hannant Two Mix)7:38
1.14Miro (2)By Your Side (Miro's Rolled Mix)5:06
2.01B.B.E.Seven Days And One Week (Sindaar Remix)
2.02XstasiaSweetness (Katcha Mix)
2.03MedwayResurrection (Dub Mix)4:22
2.04ColdcutAutumn Leaves (Irresistible Force Full Chill Mix)8:28
2.05Three DrivesGreece 2000 (Moonwatcher's Sea Of Tranquility Mix)
EngineerLouis Gaston
2.06KinobeBayou Barrataria0:27
2.08BreederTyrantanic (Slacker's Magic Kingdom Mix)
2.09HumateLove Stimulation (Michael Woods Mix)
RemixMichael Woods
2.10LeamaMelodica (Ambient Mix)5:48
2.11Pete LazonbySacred Cycles (Healing Mix)5:45
2.13Sister BlissSister Sister (Alaska's Blissed Out Mix)
RemixAlaska (5)
2.14OriginWide-Eyed Angel (Pinned Mix)1:46
2.15MobyMy Weakness3:14



Track 1.07 is incorrect on tracklist, it is corrected here.
Track 1.02 missing mix title.
Track 1.08 has wrong artist alias and missing mix credits
Track 2.07 title is incorrect. It is actually Cichli taken from the album Chiastic Slide

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 014469 531642
  • Barcode (String): 5014469531642
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): TTVCD 3164 ONE 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L205
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 8711
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): TTVCD 3164 TWO 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L205
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 8725

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Deep & Chilled Euphoria (2×LP, Promo)Telstar TVTTV123164UK2001
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Deep & Chilled Euphoria (2×Cassette, Mixed)Telstar TVTTVMC3164UK2001
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Deep & Chilled Euphoria (2×CDr, Compilation, Mixed, Unofficial Release)Ravecity, Solarmusic, Telstar TV (2)RCITY2133, none, TTVCD3164RussiaUnknown



  • dancemusicdungeon's avatar
    I've always felt these CDs are a little icey in vibes, but this one perhaps the iceyist of all of the Euphoria chillout albums. It's probably just as good as the first one, but it's difficult to listen to it objectively, comparing it to the first one which due to growing up with and owning at the time, I kind of place it (chilled euphoria) on a pedestal.
    Both CDs offer the same standard of mixing, which is good, and also the same sort of style of chillout...flowey, synthy...meloncholy (which again is strangely in keeping with the Euphoria vibe), deep and bassy.
    Whilst I like most of the music, there is an awful lot of 'cold' sounding pieces. It's not really a downside, but something to consider if you're popping it on at a bbq or bonfire late at night. A negative to the compilation is some of the more abrasive 'chillout' tracks.
    On CD1, Rui Da Silva's water, whilst not a bad track gets a little random and jazzy, Groove Armada's 'Your Song' gets very noisy, as does the white noise at the start of Stage One....and then the highly experimental piece from Autechre, Basscadet, which whilst interesting, is not at all pleasant if you're trying to chill out. Amazing track to end with, By Your Side. Lovely.

    CD2, much like CD1 has that icey feel to it. It's super peaceful the first half, but is broken in the middle by two rather noisy, or repetitive tracks. Autechre and the chillout remix of Breeder's fantastic Tyrantic...this remix is very very loud. There were a few tracks where i noticed distortion from the mastering, and I think this may be been one of them. I think the sound levels in general go quite all over the place some very loud tracks, some very quiet ones. Anyway, after these two things start to settle down a bit and get relaxed and chill again. It ends with Moby - My Weakness...which I can't say I'm a fan of. A bit repetitive and dull.

    I didn't reach quite the peak that the first one did, though musically I think it's still very close. As I say though, I don't often jump to this one when I want to hear a chillout mix, it's just a bit too icey...and perhaps a little noisy and repetitive in places despite its fantastic tracklist.

    Absolutely wouldn't pass on it though. Four star!
    Jay Burnett credited as just mastering for this one...though I feel he had more of a hand in it than he is credit for...

    • Jarren's avatar
      How did Red Jerry get the Sindaar remix of Seven Days And One Week digitally?

      I can't find it anywhere, just on the vinyl issue of this release.
      • volatilestrategy's avatar
        This compilation is a bit of a strange mix. It contains some of the best ambient material you will find anywhere, but this is mixed in with a fair amount that feels dismal, miserable or just a little out of place.
        For the diggers amongst you the 2x12" release is the only place you can find the vastly superior Katcha mix of Xstasia's Sweetness. Other soaring highlights include the BBE rework, the Greece 2000 remix, and i'll put in an honourable mention for the Tyrantanic remix - which is nothing short of remarkable. However to this near perfect sandwich comes the excessive mayonaise of some of the other tracks in the mix.
        The opener by JFC is near impossible to relax to, mainly because it's the sonic equivalent of a hobo banging on your window every ten seconds while you're trying to listen to Brian Eno. In fact most of the first cd actually just puts me on a real downer. In of themselves the tracks are quite pleasant but somehow combining them makes the whole journey a bit doom-laden.
        Now this is "Deep" and chilled euphoria so i can except the intensity to a point, but why then are there sudden cuts to Balearic/summery tracks such as Rui da silvers latin tinged "water", Or Kinobe's hawaiian/lounge/something Bayou Barrataria? It makes the whole mix feel a bit schizophrenic like it can't settle on a tone and stick with it.
        Call me a beat elitist (no please, do feel free) but this particular mix seems to have been to carelessly selected. You can always counter this argument with the "its eclectic" angle, but these mixes are designed to be a journey and there are too many shifts so drastic that they drag you right out the experience.

        I don't want to be down on this release - I know how much these ambient mixes mean to people especially now that they are getting older and moving into "classic" territory.
        So do give this a listen, pick out the tracks you like, download or purchase the unmixed versions of them, then get maried and take your new spouse up a mountain and listen to Elliot J's remix of Galaxia while the sun rises, because then they will actually love you forever.
        • Ashitaka_Hamana's avatar
          Edited 18 years ago
          A great release combining popular songs remixed to be more mellowed out, with authentic chill tracks like Coldcut's Autumn Leaves, or Rui Du Silva - The Four Elements "Water". If you want something chill, but a little more active than your typical ambient release, this is a great choice.


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