Supertronic Co.Aritmix

Label:DFC – DFC 091
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


AAritmix (DFC Team Remix)
RemixD.F.C. Team
B1Heaven Knows Sunrise8:44
B2Getting Up4:42


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  • Barcode: 8 014360 019147

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Volume II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Round And RoundRR 9203Belgium1992
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Volume II - Remixes (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Round And RoundRR 9207Belgium1992
Recently Edited
Aritmix / Trance - Am / Pluto - Nix / Sunrise (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)DFCDFC 082Italy1992
New Submission
Aritmix (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label, Info Sheet)DFCDFC 091Italy1992



  • transition-metal's avatar
    Edited 4 years ago
    With regards to "Heaven Knows Sunrise" this is one of the most sublimely beautiful trance tracks i have ever heard, very reminiscent of early Platipus music, there is not one aspect of this track i don't like, the whole track is perfection with an emphasis on organic nature sounds. the intro alone is stunningly beautiful before the kickdrum comes in followed by an equally beautiful addictive deep bassline then strings that almost sound harp like and finally a soaring angelic female vocal spun over the top. I certainly would not class Heaven knows sunrise as techno, most definitely falls squarely into the trance genre despite the absence of ambient pads & At 8.44 minutes long it is quiet an epic track and surely a masterpiece to enjoy again and again and again.
    • hamesville's avatar
      Edited 11 years ago
      Aritmix was not an easy tune to ID. It opens with a washy synth and then a deep booming Arnold Schwarzenegger like voice (think 'Open Your Mind') intones "Welcome to the universal sound. Let me count you through three different ways of trance
      Experience this music. A blessing to the body and the mind". Yet its called...Aritmix?
      This was an intense tune. Pounding drums kick in until a massive hard breakdown with thunder claps gets it into gear. The DJ's at Tunnel Nightclub (Gold Coast, Australia) would use it as a DJ tool - rarely playing it past the first couple of minutes, using it to launch into something even harder and more disorientating... yet kinda similar with the Arnold voice, DJ Dick's 'No Chill Out Necessary' or Jam & Spoon - Keep on Movin'.


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