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Sasha And John Digweed*Northern Exposure 2

Label:Ministry Of Sound – NECD2
Series:Northern Exposure – 2
2 x CD, Mixed, Digipak
Style:Progressive House, Trance, Progressive Trance, Breaks


1-1Gus Gus*Believe (16B)
1-2aFurry PhreaksSoothe (Chicane Jazz)
1-2bFurry PhreaksSoothe (Cyanide Ride)
1-3VioletCentral Pro. NYC
1-5The Acoustic HoodsCycles Of Time4:53
1-7aThe ExperimentBlue (LP Mix)6:39
1-7bDoi-OingBlue (Original Mix)
1-8SpookyLittle Bullet (Live Version)5:35
1-9Uberzone*Botz (Synthetik Mix)5:43
1-11Lost TribeAngel5:37
1-12Gus Gus*Purple6:40
2-1Cygnus XPositron5:18
2-2Speedy JFusion (Live)8:53
2-4Sven VäthAn Accident In Paradise (William Orbit & Spooky Remix)5:26
2-5aThe LightPanfried (Original Mix)7:41
2-5bThe LightPanfried (Mind Over Matter Mix)
2-6Third ManSolar Cycle (Arrangement Two)4:12
2-7LSG*Netherworld (Jules Verne Mix)
RemixJules Verne*
2-8TaucherWaters (Phase III)5:29
2-9Art Of SilenceTeach Me (Clean & Serene Remix By Mantra)
2-11Armin*Blue Fear7:58

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Track 1-7 is a mix of two versions of the same song. They were released separately under two different alias' of producers Gez Dewar & Nick Hale.

Track listing errors:

- Track 1-3 is incorrectly listed as "Burn The Elastic" by Violet vs Mantronik.
- Track 1-8 is incorrectly listed as "Little Bullet (Part One)".
- Track 1-10 is incorrectly listed as "Fluke - Reeferendum".
- Track 1-11 is incorrectly listed as "Distant Voices (Angel Edit)".
- Track 2-1 is incorrectly listed as "Superstring".
- Track 2-8 is incorrectly listed as by Traucer.

℗&© 1997 Ministry Of Sound Recordings Ltd.
Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scan): 5026535400226
  • Barcode (Text): 5 026535 400226
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Variant 1): AAC0967 51334 NECD2-1 SPN
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Variant 2 & 4 - [1:5] dotted ⁞:5): AAC0967 51334 NECD2-1 SPN • 1:5
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 Variant 3 - [1:4] dotted ⁞:4): AAC0967 51334 NECD2-1 SPN • 1:4
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Variant 1): AAC0968 51335 NECD2-2 SPN
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Variant 2 - [1:1] dotted ⁞:⁞): AAC0968 51335 NECD2-2 SPN 1:1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Variant 3 - [1:2] dotted ⁞:2): AAC0968 51332 NECD2-2 SPN • 1:2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 Variant 4 - [1:5] dotted ⁞:2): AAC0968 51335 NECD2-2 SPN • 1:2
  • Mould SID Code (CD1/CD2 Variant 1): ifpi 8Y07
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 Variant 2): ifpi 8Y03
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 Variant 2): ifpi 8Y01
  • Mould SID Code (CD1/CD2 Variant 3): ifpi 8Y06
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 Variant 4): ifpi 8Y02
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1/CD2 Variant 1, 2, 3 & 4): IFPI L123

Other Versions (5 of 8)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Northern Exposure 2 (2×CD, Mixed)Ministry Of Sound, DanceNet, MDSNECD2Australia & New Zealand1997
New Submission
Northern Exposure 2 (2×Cassette, Mixed)Ministry Of SoundNEMC2UK1997
Northern Exposure 2 (2×CD, Mixed, Digipak)Ministry Of SoundNECD2UK1997
Northern Exposure 2 (West Coast Edition) (CD, Mixed)Ultra RecordsULER018-2US1998
Northern Exposure 2 (East Coast Edition) (CD, Mixed)Ultra RecordsULER017-2US1998
drubber77's profile picture
Uberzone Botz is the Organik mix not Synthetik . . . .
Pawlus's profile picture
Was listening to this yesterday & thought it must be 20 years to the month it came out. Checked Discogs today, turns out it was 20 years to the day! (Pretty sure I bought it on release day too).

Back when mix CDs cost the best part of £20 & I was at uni so that meant I could afford one every 3 months, I played this over & over & over.

NE #1 or 2? Disc #1 or 2- which is the best? It's a topic that will plague academics until the end of time. Who knows? Who cares? For my money ,disc 2 of both is more immediate & banging, disc 1s are deeper & more complex. All of 'em will forever stand amongst the greatest mixes of all time.
earthbeatvision's profile picture
this is unique. magnificent. timeless.
isthisadream's profile picture
With the official 2 disc UK version you would be able to skip through the tracks. 13 tracks on disc 1. 11 on disc 2. Not sure about the US single disc versions (East Coast / West Coast) as I have never owned them but I'd imagine they are the same. If it is the 2 disc UK version you bought and you can't skip tracks it's a dodgy.
pvr01's profile picture
Hi - Can someone confirm if this CD comes with 1 track or multiple tracks? I've bought the CD off ebay - but it just has 1 track on the CD - so can't skip tracks. Thinking it might be a bootleg :(
colintraveller's profile picture
Why is the Vinyl format's not even listed which I have both ....
OvoidMover's profile picture
I have just bought this on CD after years of a tape and a CD copy. I finally at last own a mint copy. Bleeding gold dust I TELL YOU. Distilled electronica that is all of the thick cream and none of the fillers.... The number of times it's been - "inhale - hyper real - do some travelling". "Ingest - enthuse - rock back and forth and nod to the rhythm". "Boil up - become detached - hear the music anew".......I tell you, many, many super memories and recollections.
erdembayulkeaq's profile picture
CD1 vs CD2? Can't even be compared, both are incredibly good. 3.2, Accident in Paradise, Netherworld and Waters are incredible songs. CD1 on the other hand has an incredible start and end. Soothe is one of the best tracks ever.
djrobv's profile picture
Edited 5 years ago
Yeah they fucked up when whoever decided to play the Art of Silence track "Teach Me". It doesn't have the staying power or the stamina as the other tracks selected and sounds a bit dated next to the rest. Just my opinion.
Dodsy87's profile picture
For starters, i think Sasha and John are legends in their own right. Even still they lead the pack. They are pure class. Does anyone get a lump in their throat or choke up when they listen to NE Eastcoast Edition?? For any music lover, this is the cd that sums up a true electronic music experience. Fluke - Reeferendum is one of those tracks you just shake your head and just think "far out, it does not get much better than this", a tear flows down my face when the synth breakdown at the end of the track comes on, it comes at a perfect moment in the mix, it almost wakes you up out of the trance and you realize your are experiencing something special. Then it makes its way to in my opinion, the greatest, yes thats right, I think the greatest electronic music track ever made. Lost tribe - Distant Voices (Angel Edit) sums it up for me, melodic, deep, i feel like im floating when i listen to it, it takes me away. In this mix they are telling a story with each track, not with words, but with feeling. Its pure magic. Long live Sasha and John Digweed and long live electronica. God bless