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    SuperealElixir

    Label:Guerilla – GRCD 005
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Progressive House

    Tracklist

    1Body Medusa (The Leftfield Remix)
    EngineerChris Jones
    Remix, Producer [Additional Production]Leftfield
    7:34
    2Aquaplane3:55
    3Blue Beyond Belief5:48
    4Mass Motion5:54
    5I Almost Love You
    Written ByFreegard / Morris / Cofie
    Written-ByCofie*
    6:24
    6Terminal High R.I.P.11:09
    7United State Of Love
    EngineerChris Jones
    6:02
    8One Nation6:43
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    (P) 1992 Guerilla Records (C) 1992 Guerilla Records

    Track 7 engineered at Guerilla Studios, London.

    (C) 1992 under license to Guerilla Records.

    Track 1 is listed as "Body Medusa" without remix title.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5 020497 200054
    • Barcode: 5020497200054
    • Matrix / Runout: GRCD 005 : ·MASTERED· ·BY NIMBUS·

    Other Versions (3)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    Elixir (CD, Album)I.R.S. Records0777 7 13164 2 5US1992
    Recently Edited
    Elixir (LP)GuerillaGRLP005UK1992
    New Submission
    Elixir (8×File, WAV, Album)GuerillaGRRCD 05UKUnknown

    Reviews

    Enzyme.001's avatar
    Enzyme.001
    The original Ibiza and Balearic influenced, mid-pitch techno (aka 'progressive house'), which was the perfect middle ground before it all became officially trance. Sasha has gone on record to describe this sound as playing just like Chicago and Detroit but going a little more deeper. This album and the lead singles also hold an industrial-edge in production, with the added touch of vocals, foreshadowing what was to come with acts like Underworld, who take these elements further. Also check out the other Guerilla LPs of this era, R2R's "Whatever You Dream" and Spooky's "Gargantuan" all classics from this period.
    n20's avatar
    n20
    Edited 17 years ago
    This is a really fine selection of solid, groovy early nineties progressive house/trance from probably the best label around at that time, Guerilla Records. The quality is unmistakable.