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    VariousSlinky Planet Tokyo Japan

    Label:Slinky – SLINKYCD11
    Series:Slinky Planet – Volume Three
    Format:
    2 x CD, Mixed
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Trance, Hard Trance, Progressive Trance

    Tracklist

    1-1Flash BrothersHazy March (Original Mix)6:42
    1-2MinilogueIn A Deeper Motion (Mash-Up Remix)
    RemixMash-Up*
    6:38
    1-3MadokaTemperamental5:25
    1-4SlamVirtuoso (Funk D'Void Mix)
    RemixFunk D'Void
    1:58
    1-5KleaTic Toc (Ad Vox Remix)
    RemixAdam Dived
    5:10
    1-6Private TasteFirst (Original Mix)5:39
    1-7GrayareaOne For The Road5:38
    1-8GelderSubway1:50
    1-9ScannersShivver (Northface Remix)
    RemixNorthface
    8:28
    1-10NatiousAmber (Christian West Remix)
    RemixChristian West
    3:55
    1-11SidekickTricks (Dub Mix)3:56
    1-12Evolution Feat Jayn HannaWalking On Fire (Original Mix)
    VocalsJayn Hanna
    3:26
    1-13NorthfaceAll Eyes North2:56
    1-14MobyWe Are All Made Of Stars (Timo Maas Dub Mix)4:40
    1-15Funk D'VoidDiabla (Heavenly Mix)7:29
    2-1DJ RemyIn Your Face8:04
    2-2Katana vs. Mark NormanDulce Vita6:51
    2-3Jones & StephensonThe First Rebirth (Liquid Overdose Remix)
    RemixLiquid Overdose
    7:26
    2-4White RussiansTortilla Wrap3:43
    2-5Rapid Eye (2)Circa Forever5:53
    2-6Marc Lowndes*The Curse2:50
    2-7Energy 52Café Del Mar (Marco V Remix)
    RemixMarco V
    6:34
    2-8KatanaGemini5:34
    2-9AirwaveAnother Dimension5:07
    2-10Solo PlasticNo Request (Original Mix)2:52
    2-11Twilight (2)Can You Feel The Bass4:57
    2-12ReeloopFucking Society2:29
    2-13Yoji BiomehanikaDing A Ling6:17
    2-14Chris HampshireRezidue (2AM Mix)5:18
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    Tracks 2-2 and 2-3 are swapped on the artwork (fixed here). Also the Jones & Stephenson track is given only as 'The First Rebirth' on the tracklists. The detailed credits inside the booklet give a remix credit for Airwaves. However it's actually the Liquid Overdose remix from the same 2002 reissue.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 8 02085 22112 3
    • Barcode (Scanned): 802085221123

    Reviews

    josteih's avatar
    josteih
    Hype text from the label:

    The freshest brand in club culture is back with another slice of Slinky heaven from around the globe. After hosting parties from the South Coast Weekender at Camber Sands, UK to the more idyllic locations of Indonesia and the Philippines, Slinky present Planet Tokyo, the true global blueprint for 21st century clubbing.

    Slinky Planet Tokyo is everything that Slinky is infamous for: sublime tunes, seamless mixes and the finest packaging. This is a true slice of what Slinky is all about as it traverses the worlds of trance, deep grooves and the fiercest beats featuring killer tracks from X-Press 2, Funk D'Void, Slam, Satoshi Tomie, Ferry Corsten, Future Sound Of London, Moby and many more.

    Slinky Planet Tokyo is a BPM feast for all clubbers. The Slinky message is getting stronger and stronger as their grip is extending across the globe taking in all clubbing destinations. Slinky is a truly global brand with a weekly club night in Tokyo launching in October, a first for a UK club. The UK exposure is also growing rapidly with the weekly events as well as such highlights as Homelands. If you go clubbing then you know Slinky.

    Slinky Planet Tokyo brings all that is Slinky together on another fine release in the compilation series, the market is looking for another Slinky release and Tokyo is here to meet all their desires.
    MATSLINK's avatar
    MATSLINK
    Deeper Darker Definitely a great Album from the golden age.
    From the Golden age of big room Trance and progressive comes Slinky's 3rd instalment for their planet series, and it doesn't fail to deliver the perfectly mixed melodic progressive house and trance of the previous decade. While it seems to be substantially less commercial than the last two albums, it is nonetheless very easy to listen to and groove with. A little darker and deeper than Planet Moscow or Planet Sydney it is less synthy and more tribal.
    A great buy and better than most of the other compilations of the time.
    LONG LIVE SLINKY.