Apollo TwoVolume 1

Label:Good Looking Records – GLR 003
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Style:Drum n Bass, Techno, Hardcore, Jungle


AReturn To Atlantis
Written-ByTario 2, Witty Jnr.
BAtlantis (I Need You) (L.T.J. Bukem Remix)
Remix, Written-By, Producer, Mixed ByL.T.J. Bukem*


Both tracks sample:
Dialogue from James Cameron's sci-fi movie "The Abyss" (1989) Okay, let's just take it slow and easy goin' in.
Synth line from Reel By Real - Surkit

Track A samples:
Organ from MBG - This Is Paradise

Track B samples:
Vocal from Zhana Saunders - Sanctuary Of Love

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021497 403025 >
  • Barcode (Scan): 5021497403025
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): GLR.03 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): GLR.03 B1

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Volume 1 (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Test Pressing)Good Looking RecordsGLR003UK1993
Volume 1 (12", 45 RPM, White Label, Test Pressing)Good Looking RecordsGLR03UK1993
Return To Atlantis / Atlantis (I Need You) (LTJ Bukem Remix) (12", 45 RPM, Repress)Good Looking RecordsGLR003UK2000
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Volume 1 (12", Repress)Good Looking RecordsGLR 003UKUnknown



  • markb0099's avatar
    Not a bad tune released by
    Bukem, the man’s a pure genius….
    • oway's avatar
      Bukem's remix main synth is a sample from Reel by Reel 'Surkit' (Interface Records):
      • Harlow_Records's avatar
        Anyone else notice the cutting of this record is a bit off? My original mint copy makes the stylus wobbly in the beginning of Atlantis right after the shimmery bell part. Let me know please, I have to weigh the needle for it to not jump out of groove. Cheers.
        • OrangeRider's avatar
          Got this from a record shop in Guildford (UK). Still got it. It is fucking amazing. As is with most LRG/GLR shizzle.
          • gareth6592's avatar
            Bukem remix was a standout tune throughout 1993 and can be listed as one of the greatest all time drum and bass tracks. Its a perfect timeless track and one which defines a genre.
            • foogoo's avatar
              Same question as timjack..... is side A, Return To Atlantis available anywhere else? I'm not fussed about Atlantis (I Need You)
              • kiehlufer's avatar
                Side A also samples Sonar 123 by Anthony "Shake" Shakir
                • moogacid's avatar
                  Surprised no one's mentioned the massive sample in the Bukem mix from 'Surkit - Reel By Real' on Interface records
                  • timjack's avatar
                    can Return to Atlantis be found anywhere else? (I Need You) is a classic for sure but I'm not so interested in owning that
                    • masaq
                      Edited 8 years ago
                      A classic release. The flip is worth a listen and is instantly recognisable to anyone who was around in 93'. That said, the reason this 12 is still so sought after (and pricy even after 20 odd years) is Atlantis (I need you). This and Demon's Theme (GLR 001) really put Danny and Good Looking on the map. Started the whole 'Intelligent' thing. Before this release it was either Drum n Bass or Jungle. Suddenly another sub genre was born and now today, there are loads of different styles of what essentially is that same genre/type of music. An absolutely essential release for any D & B DJ. A word of warning . This is not an easy track to mix well.....


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