Various ‎– Trancemaster 3 - Eternal Oceanic

Label:
Vision Soundcarriers ‎– 302.4011.2
Series:
Trancemaster – 3
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CD, Compilation
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1 The Korgis Everybody's Got To Learn Sometimes 1:16
2 Microbots Chip III* Vibrations
Written-By – Atomic Robo Kid, DJ Tom (4), JD Wood*
5:35
3 Spacecube* Kool Killer (S.F. Acid Mix)
Written-By – Pooly*, Gerlach*
7:28
4 Biochip C. Return To Annexia
Written-By – Biochip C*
4:21
5 Skyflyer This House Is Mine (Remix)
Written-By – A. Pecher*, R. Maier-Bode*
4:06
6 Cosmic Baby Stellar Supreme (The Land Of Toys Remix)
Written-By – C. Baby*
6:35
7 Digital Excitation Lifetime Warranty (Sax Anthem Mix)
Written-By – J. Rombouts*, T.Rombouts*
6:03
8 Resistance D Emphasis
Written-By – M.Diehl*, F.E.O.S.*
7:49
9 Warp 69 Floating
Written-By – Wuttke*, Praag*, Flügel*
6:37
10 Zero Gravity Light The Incense
Written-By – C. Lindner*, S. Ellis*
6:53
11 Transform Transformation (Transform Remix)
Written-By – R. Hertwig*, T. Eckart*
6:06
12 Emojonal Silence Of Water
Written-By – Denny K., Gary D., S. Dohse*
5:56

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Track 1 - Booklet says 'Intro - I Need Your Lovin'(Original)'
but this is actually an excerpt of the original version of the Korgis' song
Track 2 - (Exclusive on this CD)
Track 6 - (Special Remix not available on Cosmic Baby album)
Tracks 3, 5 & 11 - (Unreleased)
(P) & (C) 1993 Vision Soundcarriers

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4015121001122
  • Matrix / Runout: CDSNV 302.4011.2
  • Label Code: LC 5801
  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD

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Jarren

Jarren

October 19, 2017
edited about 1 month ago
"The Land Of Toys Remix" of Stellar Supreme (by Cosmic Baby) is only available on this series of Trancemaster. No 12" release, no b-side, nothing.

It's a fast tempo Trance track with razor sharp production (no surprise there considering the talent of Cosmic Baby), but interestingly it's also got a lot to owe to early 80's Hi-Nrg.

The bassline is throbbing. The synth pads are luscious & warm. Little repeated refrains swirl around.

Pretty much exactly as you'd expect from Bobby "O".

A very unique track!