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E-DancerHeavenly

Label:Planet E – PE 65241 CD
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

1Banjo5:05
2World Of Deep (Carl Craig Remix)
RemixCarl Craig
4:57
3Pump The Move (Kenny Larkin Remix)
RemixKenny Larkin
5:54
4Velocity Funk5:11
5Cry For The Future4:41
6Heavenly (Original Mix - Interlude)2:05
7Behold5:57
8Oombah5:44
9Feel The Mood (The Effects Mix)6:33
10The Move (D-Wynn Mix)
RemixD-Wynn
4:02
11Heavenly (Juan Atkins Remix)
RemixJuan Atkins
6:11
12Warp6:17
13World Of Deep (Original - Interlude)1:46
14Human Bond (Original)5:49
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Notes

Durations are not given on this CD.
Tracks 6 and 13 are abbreviated versions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 754091524128
  • Barcode (Printed): 7 54091-5241-2 8
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L043
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 1638
  • Matrix / Runout: PLE65241
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): 1-1-1

Other Versions (5 of 7)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Heavenly (3×LP, Album, Gatefold)[PIAS]KMSPIAS 001 LPUK & Europe1998
Heavenly (CD, Album)KMS, [PIAS]KMSPIAS 001 CD, 450.9001.20UK & Europe1998
New Submission
Heavenly (Cassette, )Planet EPE65241US1998
New Submission
Heavenly Part 1 (12", Reissue)KMSKMS154-1UK2014
New Submission
Heavenly Part 2 (12", Reissue)KMSKMS154-2UK2014

Reviews

19Marcelo84's profile picture
19Marcelo84
Is this a mixed or unmixed album? Thanks in advance for the reply
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SYSTEM-J
For an album landing squarely in the ultra-revered classic Detroit techno canon, from the mind of none other than the great Kevin Saunderson, this otherwise perfectly listenable album boasts a couple of utter stinkers. The opening track 'Banjo' has a parping synth riff so irritating I cannot listen for more than about two minutes before hammering the skip button. At first I very nearly gave up on the album entirely, so bad is its intro! What's even weirder is that the second track, Carl Craig's remix of World Of Deep, opens with a gorgeous wash of vintage Detroit synths that makes for a far more suitable entrance into the moodscape of the record. Cry For The Future is almost as wretched as Banjo, sounding like a crap Italo rip-off made on one keyboard in someone's bedroom. Both should have been cut from the album long before it went to the pressing plant, and you'd have a much more enjoyable listen as a result.