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C.J.Bolland*The 4th Sign

Label:R & S Records – RS 92024, R & S Records – RS 92024 LP
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

Other Side
A1Thrust7:18
A2Spring Yard5:06
This Side
B1Inside-Out6:04
B2Mantra6:42
Other Side
C1Nightbreed4:55
C2Aquadrive6:35
This Side
D1Camargue6:27
D2Pendulum6:41
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Notes

All tracks published by R&S Records
Marketed & Manufactured by R&S Records / Belgium
Recorded at The R&S Laboratories.

Labels have: Order To Dance.

Re-pressed and re-issued in July 2006.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SABAM TM
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): RS 92024 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): RS 92024 . B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side C): RS 92024 - C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side D): RS 92024 . D1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
The 4th Sign (CD, Album, J-Card Case )R & S RecordsRS 92024 CDBelgium1992
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The 4th Sign (Cassette, Album)R & S RecordsRS 92024 MCUK & Europe1992
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The 4th Sign (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Promo)R & S RecordsRS 92024Belgium1992
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The 4th Sign (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, White Label)R & S RecordsRS 92024Belgium1992
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The 4th Sign (CD, Album, Jewel Case)R & S RecordsRS 92024 CDBelgium1992

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  • AM_777's avatar
    AM_777
    Edited 5 months ago
    Can someone tell something about the two different Tracklists, and wich one of these is the right one and authorised. Thanks very much.
    • SSFGP's avatar
      SSFGP
      Stockton on tees lad! I won't have it! Many classic from CJ but Camargue is a trance classic
      • aidiothir's avatar
        aidiothir
        Edited 8 months ago
        It's all about ''Pendulum'' for me, which was the best acid-trance track i heard from back in time and also the first track i've ever heard from this release. The synthesis of this specific track is out of reality. Oldskool acid-trance '93 style like you've never heard before, and it's the standout classic track of this release by miles.
        This is a trance/hardtrance release all 8 tracks, not techno like CJ' s previous rave signals.
        • newyork123's avatar
          newyork123
          I don't normally call for things to be repressed, but this needs repressing!! R&S have been repressing some material from this era recently, but only 12" as far as I know???
          • bubcentral's avatar
            bubcentral
            Regarding the track SPRING YARD.... if you play this as background music to Sonic the hedgehog game (The first mega drive one) it seems to perfectly fit the Spring yard zone levels. Coincidence or was it composed as such?
            • subClonk's avatar
              subClonk
              I recall Camargue being played underneath many pirate radio ads for upcoming nights/raves back in the day. e-tune!
              • qubist's avatar
                qubist
                Repeat after me... Mantra, Mantra, Mantra...
                This tune just about single-handedly turned me to techno when it came out. Ageless.
                Stunning album all round.
                • kraff's avatar
                  kraff
                  past, presence and future of electronic music. 4th Sign since 92 to eternity!
                  • hall104's avatar
                    hall104
                    Yeah, Mantra is the winner for me also. Clanging and Groovy
                    • Dark-T's avatar
                      Dark-T
                      Edited 5 years ago
                      What a release this is... as most people dig the two more "Techno-Trance hits" Carmague and Mantra, for me it's all about the opening track Thrust! A wicked mixture of early Hardcoretechno, Acid and even a little bit of Trance, this track is what still gives me goosebumps after all these years since I first heard it in 1993 on a tape recording from a Sven Väth performance from legendary German HR3 Clubnight radio show and later on a tape from DJ Tanith recorded at Hellraiser Rave in Amsterdam.
                      It took me more than 10 years to find out who actually produced this track and it was an eye opener to recognize that Carmague and Mantra, which of course I also knew, were also produced by CJ Bolland and even were released on the same record.
                      Btw., nice to know that CJ Bolland is still active today as I just recently saw and heard him play at the Unpolished Rave in Amsterdam in March.

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