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VariousVirtualsex

Label:Buzz – BZZXL 2100007
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

A1BangoMystical Adventures (Mystic Mix)
Written-By, ProducerStacey Pullen
6:07
A2NeuropolitiqueBananagate
Written-By, ProducerMatt Cogger
6:22
B1Stefan RobbersForeign Dimensions
Written-By, ProducerStefan Robbers
6:35
B2As OneShambala
Written-By, Producer, Mixed ByKirk Degiorgio
5:25
C1Rhythim Is RhythimIcon (Montage Mix)
Written-By, ProducerDerrick May
8:46
C2RedcellIn Version
Written-By, ProducerMichael Golding, Steve Rutter
4:00
D1Carl CraigAt Les
Written-By, ProducerCarl Craig
8:08
D2Lark*Tedra
Written-By, Producer, PerformerKenny Larkin
5:44
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Credits

  • Artwork By [Sleeve Design]Concept

Notes

Some durations are printed incorrectly on the sleeve, Original '93 issue comes with 3D glasses necessary to see the sleeve's 3D artwork. Bootlegged in 2005 without 3D glasses.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 2100007 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout: 2100007 - B1
  • Matrix / Runout: 2100007 - C1
  • Matrix / Runout: 2100007 - D1
  • Barcode: 05411530000074

Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Virtualsex (CD, Compilation)Buzz2100008Belgium1993
Virtualsex (2×LP, Compilation, White Label, Stickered)BuzzBZZXL 2100007Belgium1993
Recently Edited
Virtualsex (2×LP, Compilation, Unofficial Release)Buzz (2)21000072005

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Reviews

  • michaelvandenbrink19's avatar
    it also doesnt include the full version of the icon montage mix. The original on only version of it is in the innovator ep unfortunately which includes the melodic strings intro. FYI
    • filfefil's avatar
      filfefil
      hello all, the original Buzz releases come with two rings pressed into the record label,on bootlegs you can see where its been photocopied and leaves a shadow.
      • MimmwaRecords's avatar
        MimmwaRecords
        Edited 7 years ago
        Apart from the 3D glasses (which there is very little info for), how can anyone tell the difference between the 93 and 05 editions please? I've just sold an 05 edition and the only reason I know it's not the 93 version is that I bought it new around 05. Thanks!
        • mark_65's avatar
          mark_65
          Edited 8 years ago
          Superb album of high quality techno. As an added bonus it contains the 8:08 minute version of Carl Craig's timeless wonder 'At Les' (original on Songs About Food and Revolutionary Art is 6:07). 2 extra minutes of this incredible cut is more than OK by me.
          • creepytapes's avatar
            creepytapes
            I don't know how correct the info on the first press is here. I got it when it was first released on a pre order and it didn't have the 3d glasses (even though it should've) and the second vinyl (C&D) is on marbled vinyl...? Weird! Classic though!
            • dbod's avatar
              dbod
              Edited 19 years ago
              This is a definite all-time classic release for lovers of Detroit techno.

              All very high quality classic detroit-style techno, I massively recommend this release if your into the sound.

              Stand out tunes for me would have to be:

              'At Les' is a top-drawer blissed-out Carl Craig track.
              'Tedra' a very nice piece of Kenny 'Lark'in?
              'Shambala' by As One has been a real grower and probably my favourite track on this album.
              Having had this LP for over 10 years (gulp!) I still listen to this regularly and find it as fresh as ever.

              The original album really does have 3d classes (awful picture though!) and the back has a question along the lines of, "What do you think of Virtual Sex?" to each of the artists with their one line response.

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