Paul van Dyk ‎– Out There And Back

Urban ‎– 1569882
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CD, Enhanced, Limited Edition

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1-1 Vega 6:05
1-2 Pikes 6:59
1-3 Another Way 5:24
1-4 Travelling 7:10
1-5 Avenue 7:29
1-6 Tell Me Why (The Riddle)
Featuring – Saint Etienne
1-7 Together We Will Conquer
Vocals – Natascha van Dyk
1-8 Face To Face 5:43
1-9 The Love From Above 5:47
1-10 Columbia 5:03
1-11 Out There And Back 6:55
1-12 We Are Alive 6:30
2-1 Santos 7:55
2-2 All I Need 4:55
2-3 Namistai
Featuring – BT
Video Tell Me Why (The Riddle) 3:49


℗&© 1999 & 2000 Paul van Dyk.

CD2 should be a mixed CD without breaks between the tracks but it was programmed wrong.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 60121569882 4
  • Label Code: LC 06748
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M/MCPS
  • ASIN: B00004TKYJ

Other Versions (5 of 28) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DMD Vandit004 Paul van Dyk Out There And Back(4xLP, Album + Box) Vandit Records DMD Vandit004 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
CTCR-11077 Paul van Dyk Out There And Back(CD, Album, Mixed) Cutting Edge CTCR-11077 Japan 2000 Sell This Version
AVICD 60083-4 Paul van Dyk Out There And Back(CD, Album, Mixed + CD, Enh, P/Mixed) Vandit Records, Avex Trax AVICD 60083-4 Taiwan 2000 Sell This Version
157 528-4 Paul van Dyk Out There And Back(Cass, Album, Mixed) Paul van Dyk, Universal 157 528-4 Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version
ADDCD060 Paul van Dyk Out There And Back(CD, Mixed, Album + CD, P/Mixed, Enh, Album) Addiction Records ADDCD060 Australia 2000 Sell This Version


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April 20, 2012
Boring album, without ideas, the same sound and music, you have a feeling as if you were listening to the same song the whole hour. Even the only outstanding track, Tell Me Why, is included here in a strange stupid mix. And the famous Another Way is just a copy of For An Angel '98.


December 31, 2010
The track "The Love From Above" is a ripoff of Finitribe's classic 1995 track "Love Above", complete with Paul's signature dull-as-dishwater arrangement.

This album is best suited for people who find Steven Seagal movies too intricate. As predictable as mullets at NASCAR.