DJ Trace ‎– Teach Me To Fly / Inception (After Dark Remix)

Out Of Orbit (2) ‎– 12 OUT 997
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM

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A Teach Me To Fly
Written By – Duncan Hutchinson, Danny WilliamsonWritten-By, Producer – Danny Williamson*, Duncan Hutchison*Written-By, Producer, Keyboards – L.T.J.*
AA Inception (After Dark Remix)
Remix – After Dark, David Charlesworth*Written-By, Producer – Duncan Hutchison*

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Track A mixed at Noisegate Studios.
Track AA mixed at After Dark Studios.
Published by Orbital Music / Int Music Network.
Track A samples:
Vocal from Loleatta Holloway - Love Sensation.
Dialogue from the film Star Wars - Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back ("There's an awful lot of moisture in here")
Vocal from Hayden Andre presents Subculture - Teach Me To Fly

Track AA samples:
Piano from Jimi Polo - Better Days
Vocal from Circuit - Shelter Me
Vocal from Rhythm Controll - My House

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): 12-OUT 997 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (AA Side): 12-OUT 997 B-1 PA6243
  • Barcode: 5 023091 209973


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March 15, 2019
For over 20 years I thought the vocal sang 'tease me rudeboy' in an Indian accent - 'teach me to fly' makes so much more sense!


February 11, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
Although 92 is considered a Hardcore/Jungle year within the genre,Teach me to Fly is right at the heart of the inception of Drum and Bass,seminal and groundbreaking in every way.Trace has the unique distinction of releasing 2 game changing records which could be considered the very origins of Drum and Bass in Teach me to Fly and T Powers - The Mutant Remix which is widely considered as the birth of tech step.Both artists can be considered visionary and ahead of their time,and helped shape a musical genre that is now just reaching its 25th year.


January 31, 2011
I actually really like the remix of inception, ok its not as good and raw as the original but it is easy to mix and is still pretty hard. Definatly a great release.


March 7, 2006
edited over 15 years ago

The remix of Inception was a disappointing follow up to the original, however 'Teach Me To Fly' more than made up for it, initially a track that didn't seem to fit the mould and may have been passed over for not being hectic enough in comparison to its peers, but once you get this on a system then you know this tune rocks the house, prototype Drum & Bass (but it was all hardcore then!) of the highest order and a Kenny Ken smasher. Nuff said!