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VariousTrance Europe Express

Label:Volume – TEEX CD 1, Volume – TEEX CD1
Series:Trance Europe Express
Format:
2 x CD, Compilation
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Trance, Ambient, Techno

Tracklist

1-01OrbitalSemi-Detached
Producer, Engineer, Written-ByOrbital
9:31
1-02BanduluGravity Pull (Remix)
EngineerOisin Little
ProducerBandulu
Written-ByJ Bissmire*, J O'Connel*, L. Thompson*
5:34
1-03Readymade*Face The Day
Producer, Engineer, Written-ByThomas Fehlmann
6:11
1-04System 7Desir (Butterfly Remix)
EngineerGreg Hunter
Written-ByL.Keogh*, M Giraudy*, S Hillage*
7:11
1-05Spooky & Billie Ray MartinPersuasion (Exclusive Remix)
EngineerMike Gray*
KeyboardsJon Pearn
ProducerSpooky
Remix, Producer [Additional]D.O.P.
Written-ByCarter*, Orridge*, Christopherson*
6:14
1-06MaterialPraying Mantra (Orb Remix)
EngineerOz Fritz
Engineer [Remix]Greg Hunter
ProducerBill Laswell
Producer [Additional]The Orb
Written-ByLaswell*, Caroline (2), Shanker*
5:16
1-07XeperCarceres Ex Novum (Remix)
Producer, EngineerThe Black Dog
Written-ByTurner*, Handley*, Downie*
8:03
1-08ScubadevilsCelestial Symphony (Original Mix)
Producer, EngineerDavid Holmes, Dub Federation
Written-ByA Ellison*, D Holmes*, P Latham*
6:42
1-09030Midnight In Europe
Producer, Engineer030
Written-ByJ Klimek*, M Roeingh*, P Browse*
5:38
1-10Cosmic BabySpace Track (Remix)
EngineerJens Wojnar
Producer, Written-ByCosmic Baby
7:40
1-11Total EclipseBlack Hole
Producer, EngineerTotal Eclipse
Written-ByS Souque*, S Holweck*
5:09
1-12CJ BollandRandom
Producer, Engineer, Written-ByCJ Bolland
5:29
2-01MLOColour Of The Sun
Producer, EngineerMLO
Written-ByJ Tye*, P Smith*
5:57
2-02SourceIt's A Kind Of Magic
Producer, EngineerRobert Leiner
Written-ByR Leiner*
7:29
2-03Aphex TwinAnalogue Bubblebath 3
Producer, EngineerAFX*
Written-ByRD James*
5:54
2-04The OrbMajestic (Millwall Mix)
Written-ByPaterson*, Weston*, Glover*
9:36
2-05Moody Boyz*Glitch
Producer, EngineerMoody Boyz*
Written-ByT Thorpe*
7:19
2-06MobyMove (Volume Remix)
Producer, EngineerMoby
Written-ByM Oby*
5:52
2-07DiYWashed Over By Mastemah
EngineerDamien Stanley*
Producer, Written-BySmith/Down/Birch*
6:58
2-08The Drum Club*Follow The Sun (Remix)
EngineerKim Lewis
ProducerDrum Club
VocalsKate Holmes, Wonder
Written-ByC Hall*, L Hammond*
6:18
2-09Psychick Warriors Ov GaiaDust (Original Recording)
Producer, EngineerPsychick Warriors Ov Gaia
Written-ByR Van Den Broeck*
6:33
2-10BarbarellaThe Mission
EngineerRalf Hildenbeutel
ProducerBarbarella
Written-ByR Hildenbeutel*, S Väth*
7:21
2-11Sabres Of Paradise*Inter/Lergen/Ten/Ko
Producer, EngineerThe Sabres Of Paradise
Written-ByWeatherall*, Burns*, Koower*
3:36
2-12Trance InductionN
EngineerEl Jay*
ProducerTrance Induction
Written-ByTLJ Verbeek*
6:27
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Notes

Packaged in a card box with a 192-page book with articles on the featured artists. Some of the mix names and remix credits are only mentioned in the book and not on the tracklist on the back insert.

1-01: New recording. Recorded at The Store Room, London. Misspelled on the release as "Semi-Detatched". Not the same version that appears on Peel Session.
1-02: Remix of track from their Infonet album Guidance. Recorded at Attic Sound, London.
1-03: New recording. Recorded at Lab Studio, Berlin.
1-04: Recorded at Butterfly, London.
1-05: Exclusive remix. Recorded at Boundary Row, London. Remixed at Whitehouse, London.
1-06: Produced and Green Point Studios, Brooklyn. Remixed at BJG, London.
1-07: Artist is stated as by The Black Dog, and titled Xeper, but this is a misconception, as the true artist, Xeper, is a side project, while the real title is missing. The booklet has the subtitle "Remix of the track from their Warp LP Bytes". Recorded at Black Dog Towers.
1-08: Recorded 'in a garage in Bangor, Wales'.
1-09: New recording. Recorded at Mega Studios, Berlin.
1-10: Recorded at Highlights Studio, Berlin.
1-11: New recording.
1-11, 2-08, 2-09: Recorded at Butterfly, London.
1-12: New recording. Recorded at Techno Island, R&S Laboratories, Ghent.
2-01, 2-02: New Recordings. Recorded at R&S Laboratories, Ghent.
2-03: New recording. Recorded at Llannerlog, Cornwall. This is a longer and noisier version of "(CD Only Track #1)" from Analogue Bubblebath Vol. 3.
2-04: Recorded live at the Birmingham Institute, Wednesday 21 October 1992.
2-05: New recording. Recorded at Shi shi, London.
2-06: Recorded at Moby's Studio, New York.
2-07: New recording. Recorded at S46 Studios, Nottingham.
2-08: Remix of track from the Butterfly Records album Everything Is Now.
2-09: Original recording.
2-10: From the Eye Q Records album The Art Of Dance. Recorded at Eye Q Studio, Frankfurt/Main.
2-11: New recording. Recorded at Orinoco, London. Not the same version that appears on Sabresonic.
2-12: New recording. Recorded at Optymystic, Utrecht.

In booklet:
The copyright in this compendium belongs to Worlds End Ltd. ℗ & © 1993. Published September 20, 1993.

Cat# on spine and discs: TEEX CD 1
Cat# on outer pack and back cover of jewel case: TEEX CD1
Distributed by Total Record Company via BMG (UK) Limited
Made In England

This is the original pressing. A repress with Mould SID codes is Various - Trance Europe Express

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 018524 056422 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5018524056422
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): TCCD8 DISC 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): TCCD8DISC2

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Trance Europe Express (4×LP, Compilation, Limited Edition)VolumeTEEX LP1UK1993
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Trance Europe Express (2×Cassette, Compilation)VolumeTEEX MC1UK1993
Trance Europe Express (4×LP, Compilation, Limited Edition, White Label)VolumeTEEX LP1UK1993
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Trance Europe Express (2×CD, Compilation, Box Set, Repress)Volume, VolumeTEEX CD 1, TEEX CD1UKUnknown

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Reviews

  • kraff's avatar
    kraff
    192-page booklet - so many archives photos and interviews. Great Job!
    • Numanoid's avatar
      Numanoid
      Not many bubbles in Analogue Bubblebath 3, rather like Unselected Ambient Works
      • Risingson's avatar
        Risingson
        Edited 4 months ago
        Incredible compilation, one of the many examples of music that will be lost if labels don't make an effort on recovering them. Because right now there is only a specific niche and a specific generation who remembers this.
        EDIT: Actually surprise! They uploaded their Trance Europe Express/Trance Atlantic to bandcamp! That is great news and I hope every label follows, at least temporarly, at least putting it to sale somewhere.
        • achuter's avatar
          achuter
          Accompanied by a 192-page booklet with extensive artist interviews, scene articles and playlists, this 2-CD compilation quenched the thirst for information about electronic dance music that was in short supply in the early internet era. Chill out originators The Orb feature with a remix of "Majestic" taken from their U.F.Orb album.

          There were a succession of Trance Europe Express and Trance Atlantic Express compilations in the years that followed.
          • Expansive09's avatar
            Expansive09
            Best deal of the 21st century on CD! Excellent assortment of classic ambient and what was then called trance(far cry from the garbage today). Eclectic in that most tracks actually sound different and attain uniqueness of and to the artists. Yes folks electronic musicians who dont all sound the same at the machines of loving grace.
            The opening track is what hooked this aficionado early Orbital was groove laden electronic funkiness thick with intricacy and melody but in all honesty all the tracks are great esp the Material remix by Orb!!
            • simospina's avatar
              simospina
              Just a short question: are this tracks mixed or single tracks?
              • alka71's avatar
                alka71
                What an album this is. If you want a taste of the chill-out rooms of the early 90s raves and the after-rave come down sessions in someone's front room on the sofas as the dawn fights its way through the tightly closed curtains, here it is. Enjoy.
                • futility's avatar
                  futility
                  this was great, wish I still had mine. crash course!
                  • fabriknos's avatar
                    fabriknos
                    i thought this was actually a pretty weak release compared to the following volume which sounded much more modern and cutting-edge. the mastering on these cd's is very poor and there is a definite lack of "oomph" in the mixes. indeed, some great artists and a few great tracks, but overall i was very disappointed after being exposed to volume 2 before this one. still keeping it in my collection though for prosterity's sake.
                    • CowBot's avatar
                      CowBot
                      The entire series is beautiful, unfortunately the booklet was impossible to read without damaging and quickly fell apart.

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