Joey Beltram ‎– Classics

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R & S Records ‎– RS 96100 CD
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1 Joey Beltram Energy Flash 5:49
2 Joey Beltram Jazz 303
Engineer [Uncredited] – Per Martinsen
4:50
3 Joey Beltram Subsonic Trance
Engineer [Uncredited] – Per Martinsen
3:30
4 Joey Beltram Psycho Bass
Engineer [Uncredited] – Per Martinsen
5:00
5 Joey Beltram My Sound 4:13
6 Joey Beltram The Melody
Programmed By [Uncredited] – Marcos Salon
4:43
7 Joey Beltram Sub-Bass Experience
Programmed By [Uncredited] – Marcos Salon
4:55
8 Joey Beltram The Reflex
Programmed By [Uncredited] – Marcos Salon
4:53
9 Second Phase Mind To Mind 5:35
10 Second Phase Mentasm 4:24
11 Mental Mayhem Joey's Riot 4:28
12 Open Mind The Trance 4:40
13 Disorder (2) Groove Attack 3:24

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[Tracks 1 - 4] Taken from "Beltram Volume 1 - Energy Flash" (R & S Records - RS 926 12") - ℗ 1990 R & S Records
[Tracks 5 - 8] Taken from "Beltram Volume 2 - My Sound" (R & S Records - RS 9104 - 12") - ℗ 1991 R & S Records
[Tracks 9 & 10] Taken from "Second Phase - Mentasm" (R & S Records - RS 9109 - 12") - ℗ 1991 R & S Records
[Track 11] Taken from "Mental Mayhem - Joey's Riot" (Atmosphere Records - AT-4 - 12") - ℗ 1990 Atmosphere Records
[Track 12] Taken from "Open Mind - The Trance" (Easy Street Records - EZS 7569 - 12") - ℗ 1990 Easy Street Records
[Track 13] Taken from "Disorder - Groove Attack" (Rhythmatic Rage Records - RR 1001 - 12") - ℗ 1990 Rhythmatic Rage Records

All tracks published by R & S Records. Manufactured and marketed by R & S Records/Belgium
This Compilation ℗ R & S Records. © 1996 R & S Records.
Made in Austria
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Track 4 is incorrectly titled: Psychobase

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 411659 010022 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5411659010022
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): ['DADC Austria' logo] A0100194353-0101 14 A2
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94G5
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): ['DADC Austria' logo] A0100194353-0101 14 A1
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94E4
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RS 96100 Joey Beltram Classics(2xLP, Comp) R & S Records RS 96100 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
RS 96100DB Joey Beltram Classics(13xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) R & S Records RS 96100DB Belgium 2008
RS96100RM, RS 96100 CD Joey Beltram Classics(CD, Comp, RE, RM, Sup) R & S Records, R & S Records RS96100RM, RS 96100 CD Belgium 2008 Sell This Version
SRCS 8258 Joey Beltram Classics(CD, Comp) Sony Records SRCS 8258 Japan 1996 Sell This Version
RS 96100 CD, RTD 119.3122.2 Joey Beltram Classics(CD, Comp) R & S Records, Rough Trade RS 96100 CD, RTD 119.3122.2 Germany 1996 Sell This Version

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Whitey

Whitey

March 20, 2004

Many of us grew up and got hooked on techno because of the likes of Beltram.....simple yet addictive tracks that at the time set the standard so many followed. Energy Flash, My Sound and Mentasm happen to be my favourites although this album is worth every penny as each track is unique and memorable. Old School at its best.
GENRE

GENRE

May 8, 2003

Giacomo ~ it is innappropriate to compare Beltram of early nineties with todays digitally sequenced techno and trance. To truly appreciate this it really needs to be listened to next to its contempories back then. Early Beltram had such an impact on the evolution of dance because it was so different, radical and simply hard!. Yes, by today's standards it is somewhat laboured and clumsy but you acknowledge how it was made (4 tracks & analogue synths). Without the influence of records like this I doubt whether todays trance would be around. One should also not forgot the impact these tunes had on dance culture in particular the explosion of the European Rave scene. Any one interested in dance music should own a copy of this : Respect Due.
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eye_c_red

April 26, 2003
For a deplorable price, you get a full collection of fantastic classics. These tracks might be -and sound?- old but they are definetely too good, especially if you like the old school type. Anyway, Energy Flash is in itself a sufficient reason for buying it! :o) Ecstacy, ecstacy...
giacomo

giacomo

January 20, 2003

Ok, it was 1990, technology not as advanced in musicmaking software as it is now, but this collection of early Beltram hits is so stiff and clumsy as to be almost impossible to listen to nowadays.
You can appreciate the sound production if you use a pair of good headphones, though.