Age Of Love ‎– The Age Of Love

DiKi Records ‎– DIKI 47.12.12, Diki Records ‎– DIKI 471212
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


Vocal Side
A1 The Age Of Love (Radio Version) 3:48
A2 The Age Of Love (Flying Mix) 5:55
Deep Side
B1 The Age Of Love (New Age Mix) 5:05
B2 The Age Of Love (Boeing Mix) 5:05

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered AtFoon



Made in C.E.E.
Produced at the DIKI Studio.
Publishers: AIRS/Alpina Music

Mastered at Foon Mastering, Lier, Belgium.

Incidental info:
All mixes listed on back cover differ from those of the centre labels.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM TM
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): DIKI 471212-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): DIKI 471212-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): DIKI 471212 - A¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): DIKI 471212 - B¹ FOON MASTERING

Other Versions (5 of 100) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
571 632-2 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(CD, Single, Car) Airplay Records 571 632-2 France 1997 Sell This Version
RAD 75, HAL 12347 The Age Of Love* The Age Of Love(12") Radikal Records, Hot Productions RAD 75, HAL 12347 US 1992 Sell This Version
S.O.B. 137 Age Of Love The Age Of Love(12") S.O.B. (Sound Of The Bomb) S.O.B. 137 Italy 1992 Sell This Version
tf 6500020 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (Remixes)(12") TF Productions tf 6500020 Netherlands 1997 Sell This Version
CD REACT 100, CDREACT100 Age Of Love The Age Of Love (The Remixes)(CD, Single, CD1) React, React CD REACT 100, CDREACT100 UK & Ireland 1997 Sell This Version


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January 11, 2016
One of the fist Electronic Tracks I ever heard at a "Rave" / Club. At the time it was an epic experience and I learned that life is indeed a beat, and I moved my body all night long...


January 8, 2016
There was far better proto Tech/trance outfits. The EBM/Nu beat era fuelled this sound and unfortunately this seems to be the only piece that continually raises eyebrows..It's a nice piece of music but from my side of the fence it was start of commercialism..


March 27, 2013
Did you know that Former Dutch supermodel Karen Mulder provided the voice for the repeated vocal "Come on.. Dance with me, Move your Body you're life's a beat" back in 1990.


February 24, 2013
edited over 2 years ago
"Come on...Dance with me...Move your body..." Simple and so true.


January 31, 2013
Completely mad of this sound. The music video was very nice, too. A great artist, for great listeners. A must have!


August 28, 2012

Can anyone tell me who made this remix? I've been power-searching the internet for hours on end without getting any answers. Is it indeed an unofficial Sven Väth remix? Is it possible to somehow acquire this version in full quality?


April 10, 2012
trance avant la lettre a true classic even the remix done by Jam&Spoon is amazing still a floorkiller on the dancefloors but for me it is still the boing mix that gives me goosebumps.Even in the radio version there is a guy rapping on the song.


December 18, 2011
My acquaintance with this epoch-making track started with a remix of Baby Doc. Just want to point out a beautiful remix by Brainbug.


July 10, 2011
this is a very good example for the genre that is a hybrid of chicago house, ambient, industrial and detroit techno. trance is my number one electronic music ever.


January 20, 2009
Ah I finally got my hands on the original version. I suppose everyone knows this track as it was remixed to death but very few people actually know the original. What most people call the "original version" is actually the Jam& Spoon Remix done 2 years later. Anyway, for newbies to the scene a little history: Age of Love is a project by Bruno Sanchioni and few know that his is actually from Belgium (little note for Belgians: out of Mouscron of all places lol). He was behind some good New Beat projects, notably Dr Phibes and decided around the 90s to create a new sound which was later to become trance. So when people talk to you about the missing link between New Beat and trance, THIS record is probably the one to mention (ok, I'm not saying Sanchioni was the ONLY person behind what was to become the trance sound, but he was definately one of the pioneers).

So how does it sound? Well, the same elements that were remixed afterwards are still there but aranged pretty differently and the overall feeling is much closer to New Beat (which I gues is understandable). The Radio Version has some... RAPPING (yes, you heard me right), so be sure to start with the B-side which has a more underground feeling to it. The Boeing mix is the one closest to the Jam&Spoon remix. A definate must-have for all trance collectors!