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Sasha And John Digweed*Northern Exposure

2 x CD, Mixed, Digipak


1-1Keiichi SuzukiSatellite Serenade (Transasianexpress Mix)
RemixThe Orb
Written-ByK. Suzuki*
1-2The Future Sound Of LondonCascade (Part 1)7:05
1-3Young American PrimitiveThese Waves4:24
1-4God WithinRaincry (Submerged)
Written-ByScott Hardkiss
1-5Rabbit In The MoonOut Of Body Experience
Written-ByChristophere*, McClure*
1-6aMorgan KingI'm Free (Playdo's Minimalist Mix)
Written-ByMorgan King
1-6bMorgan KingI'm Free (The Full-Length La Serrena Mix)
Written-ByMorgan King
1-7UltravioletKites (Fantasy Flite Part One)
RemixPurple Haze
Written-ByHackady*, Pockriss*
1-8Fuzzy Logic Featuring Eirie*Obsession (Quantum Loop Mix)
RemixWilliam Orbit
Written-ByFarrow*, Obano*, Owen*
1-9William OrbitWater From A Vine Leaf (Xylem Flow Mix)
Written-ByOrton*, Orbit*
1-10Apollo 440Liquid Cool (Deep Forest Ice Cold @ The Equator Mix)
RemixDeep Forest
Written-ByGray*, Gardner*, Noko, Gray*
1-11Banco De GaiaLast Train To Lhasa
Written-ByToby Marks
2-1Dope On PlasticWave Dub
Written-ByDavid Carr (5)
2-2Drum ClubSound System (Underworld Mix)
Written-ByC. Hall*, L. Hammond*
2-3Castle Trancelot*The Gloom
Written-ByPatrick Prins
2-4Pete LazonbyWavespeech (Junior Vasquez Mix)
RemixJunior Vasquez
Written-ByB. Jamieson*, J. Sutton*
2-6The LightDusk
Written-ByThe Light
2-7X Tracks*Plan 94 (The Voyage)
Written-ByGiraldo*, Intrieri*, Jayti, Cassan*
2-8Mellow MellowI Can't Stop (Parrot Trance)4:32
2-9Banco De GaiaHeliopolis (Eedupolis Dog Mix)
Written-ByT. Marks*
2-10Humate / Rabbit In The MoonEast (Opium Den Mix)7:36
2-11UnderworldDark & Long (Dark Train)

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Issued in a double Digipak case, unlike the Australian version which comes in a regular 2xCD jewel case.
The catalog number for both releases are the same.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 026535 400127 >
  • Other (CD1, CD2 Printed Code): NE CD 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): NECD1-1 DISC 1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): NECD1-2 DISK 2
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L041
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L042
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 - Variant 1): AAC0303 50414 DXP NECD1-1 . ⁞:0
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2 - Variant 1): AAC0304 50415 DXP NECD1-2 : ⁞:5
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, CD2 - Variant 1): IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code (CD1 - Variant 1): ifpi 8Y06
  • Mould SID Code (CD2 - Variant 1): ifpi 8Y04

Other Versions (5 of 13)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Northern Exposure (4×LP, Compilation)Ministry Of SoundNELP1UK1996
Northern Exposure (2×Cassette, Mixed)Ministry Of SoundNEMC1UK1996
Northern Exposure (2×CD, Mixed, Promo)Ministry Of SoundNECD1UK1996
Northern Exposure (2×CD, Mixed)Ministry Of Sound, MDS, DanceNetNECD1, NE CD 1Australia & New Zealand1996
Northern Exposure (CD, Mixed)Angeles Diablo Corporation, Ministry Of SoundADCD 20276Singapore1996
GiveMeYourTots's profile picture
Since this release turned 25 years old this week, I feel like it’s appropriate to share the little-known fact that there was actually supposed to be a 20th anniversary reissue. Searching online the Ministry of Sound catalog number of MOSCD465 generates numerous music record shopping website placeholders for such a release. Unfortunately it never saw a release, as did a number of other MoS releases in 2016. The likely reason is probably due to regaining the copyrights to include all the necessary tracks. Otherwise it would have faced track omissions and replacements; similar to the 10th anniversary reissue of Sasha and Digweed’s Renaissance mix. Hypothetically, Northern Exposure could have seen a 25th anniversary reissue had there not been a pandemic and such a milestone would have triggered more effort into getting such a release accomplished. If Ministry of Sound gets their new release efforts back and running, they should do a series reissue that also includes Northern Exposure 2.
glitchtrauma's profile picture
pretentious self-obsessed pseudo-spiritual hippy nonsense complete with pillaried tesco value world music cd ethnic wailing on disc 1. Drop 12 tabs of Orange Sunshine and Get some Claude Young or DJ Randall down yer gullet, then you will see what a dj can do live with two turntables and not pro-tools!
Chris_3D's profile picture
To clear up which version of 'The Gloom' was used.... The first half of the track is the original and the second half is the trancedub. They are mixed into each other in the breakdown.
Bambitka's profile picture
Well, it is 2021. Can we hope for the 25th anniversary? I guess it might be a problem with licensing the same songs.... Some record labels are pain the *** ....... hope not. What? Before Christmas? Normal (affordable price)? It is very easy do download it from the internet but I like the physical medium. Anybody is reading it? :-)
dj_norf_yurksha's profile picture
As the LP is now ultra rare/expensive I have added extra info to the tracklisting like labels released on and year to help buyers find the right mixes of tracks they want on vinyl/CD/Beatport etc. Yes I was bored haha :-)

CD1 0°/North:
1-1 Keiichi Suzuki / Satellite Serenade (Transasianexpress Mix) Remix by The Orb (WAU! Mr. Modo) 1992
1-2 The Future Sound Of London / Cascade (Part 1) Virgin 93
1-3 Young American Primitive / These Waves (ZoeMagik) 92
1-4 God Within / Raincry (Submerged) (Hardkiss) 93
1-5 Rabbit In The Moon / Out Of Body Experience *Which mix folks?* (Hardkiss) 94
1-6 Morgan King / I'm Free (Playdo's Minimalist Mix + The Full-Length La Serrena Mix) (Btech) 91
1-7 Ultraviolet / Kites (Fantasy Flite Part One) Remix by Purple Haze (Big Life) 1990
1-8 Fuzzy Logic Feat. Eirie* / Obsession (Quantum Loop Mix) Remix by William Orbit (Guerilla) 92
1-9 William Orbit Feat. Beth Orton / Water From A Vine Leaf (Xylem Flow Mix) Remix by Spooky (Guerilla/Virgin) 93
1-10 Apollo 440 / Liquid Cool (Deep Forest Ice Cold @ The Equator Mix) Remix by Deep Forest (Stealth Sonic) 94
1-11 Banco De Gaia / Last Train To Lhasa (Original Version) (Planet Dog/Ultimate) 95

CD 2 0°/South
2-1 Dope On Plastic / Wave Dub (Wave) 94
2-2 Drum Club / Sound System (Underworld Mix) (Big Life/Butterfly) 93
2-3 Castle Trancelot (by Patrick Prins) / The Gloom (From Indoctrinate E.P.) (Slate) 95
2-4 Peter* Lazonby / Wavespeech (The Guitar Song) (Junior Vasquez Mix) (Pagoda/Brainiak) 95
2-5 Evolution / Phoenix (This wasn't released as a single on vinyl until 1999?) (Fluid)
2-6 The Light / Dusk (AAA Records) 96
2-7 X-Tracks / Plan '94 (The Voyage) (Off Sound) 94
2-8 Mellow Mellow / I Can't Stop (Parrot Trance) (Caroline/Music Man) 93
2-9 Banco De Gaia / Heliopolis (Eedupolis Dog Mix) Remix – Andy Guthrie, Michael Dog (Ultimate/Planet Dog) 94
2-10 Humate & Rabbit In The Moon / East (The Opium Den Mix) Remix – Rabbit In The Moon (Superstition) 95
2-11 Underworld / Dark & Long (Dark Train) (Junior Boy's Own) 94

Feel free to add anything that is usefull
teamcowper's profile picture
Who really cares if the North album was mixed on computer or turntables or thoughts and prayers? It contains a legendary selection of progressive electronic music that still gives me chills 20 years later...until those three house songs in the middle! It is truly jarring to experience some of the most engaging and beautiful sounds ever made in techno music (first 5 tracks), only to have some truly out-of-place vocal songs come along to make you want to rip your headphones off! It recovers somewhat before the end, but it's a little painful getting there! Oh well, I would argue most DJs have put songs on mixes that they wish they could take back years later...I wonder how Sasha & Digweed feel about this one?
Sebibaba83's profile picture
This classic mix is absolutely timeless, and till this moment nobody could do the same. Ok let's be honest, the main winner card of the mix that so many styles were absolutely new and fresh this time,so much people never met them before , now times harder to show something new,everybody knows tech,deep,house,techno etc. but the mixes are not talks only about music,but selection and mixing. And S & D made it how others couldn't ever beat. This mix is absolutely a prophecy for wannabe DJ's and everyone who loves electronic music.
sy1975's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
I think I have to try and add some balance to some suprisingly poor recent reviews of this seminal mix. I raved in the 90's, we had mixtapes of our favorite DJ's (usually poorly recorded with no track listings). Imagine that Millenials?

Then came the mix CD. Renaissance 1 was the benchmark - a classic to virtually all house heads. Unfortunately the flood gates then opended, literally 100's of mix CD's like ministry annual 34 or trance anthems 76, with the same tunes and bland mixes - you get my point.

This came out in 96 - I had been buying tunes for years but the depth of originality in this mix was breathtaking. Yes Im a Sasha fan, but this mix was so well crafted (those that slam the fact it was not created on 1210's should look at the talentless DJs of the last 10 years with their laptops and shut up).

The mix was fresh and so different to everything else out at that time. S & D were ground breaking. We are all different I still believe that musically this is perhaps the best soundscape on a mix CD I have ever heard. If you dont like it fine, go back to listening to Capital FM and buying yer tunes from ITunes!!
handpicked-recordsUK's profile picture
Edited 2 years ago
I don't know anything about mixes or mixing and I'm sure its flawless and groundbreaking whatever bullshit people are saying but its about the music and for me the music is dead dull.
I bought this for £35 as people raved about it but perhaps its of its time as I find it well boring and lifeless. Have listened couple times and am losing the will to live. Someone tell me where my ears are going wrong, looks like a bad case of emperors new clothes?
Maybe try it again when I'm pissed.
dr2016's profile picture
The "mixing" on this was done totally in Pro Tools so it's not impressive in retrospect. They fooled us all. Anybody can edit and overlay beats together using software. This was not done on decks in the classic dj sense. Stop mythologising this cd. It's not real. They've said so.