Peace OrchestraPeace Orchestra

Label:G-Stone Recordings – G-CD 004
CD, Album
Style:Downtempo, Dub, Trip Hop


1The Man Part One4:45
2Meister Petz
Other [Titled By]Sugar B
3Double Drums9:22
7Who Am I5:57
VocalsChilli Bukasa
9The Man Part Two4:21

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"Who Am I" includes a Balinese Kajak Recording courtesy of Sjeng Stokkink.
On the outside of every case is a real "band-aid" on the cover with the inscription "Peace Orchestra".

Produced at G-Stone Studio 1

Copyright owned by G-Stone Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 30003 23042 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 730003230424
  • Label Code: LC 4607
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): K7 G-STONE PROMO #2 SNV CD
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI LH62
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1N04
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): K7 G-STONE PROMO #1 SNV CD
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI LH61
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): none
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): K7 G-STONE PROMO #2 SNV CD
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI LH62
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): none

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Peace Orchestra (2×LP, Album)G-Stone RecordingsG-Stone LP 004Austria1999
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Peace Orchestra (CD, Album, Promo)G-Stone RecordingsG-CD 004Austria1999
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Peace Orchestra (CD, Album)P-Vine Records, !K7, G-Stone RecordingsPCD-875Japan1999
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Peace Orchestra (9×File, ALAC, Album)Peyo MusicanoneUK & Europe2007
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Peace Orchestra (CD, Album)G-Stone RecordingsGSCD004Austria2008



  • Alex_Nord's avatar
    Need to repress, true gem, it's a shame there hasn't been any quality LP reissue yet.
    • lowdown's avatar
      Edited 3 months ago
      So, is there anybody that knows if this will ever be repressed? Copies for sale starting at 100€ is just a little to much...
      • BongoDeelo's avatar
        Genuinely lost for words. For me personally it’s a masterpiece. A complete album that has its very own magical journey that nothing else I’ve heard come close to. Maybe it’s the otherworldly melodies tinged with surreal emotion or maybe it’s the intelligent production that has lovingly been thought through. Or it could be the rhythms dancing along at a variety of paces that pull you in. Whatever you find from this I guarantee that if you are an underground music lover and serial chiller (sorry about that) then you will truly adore this experience.
        • Phonographix's avatar
          Edited one year ago
          This must be one of the best sounding cd’s ever. Lush, clean and super dynamic sound. Great music too. Bought it when it first came out, but never liked it as much as K&D or Tosca. I rediscovered this a couple of months ago and now I love it.
          • devotown's avatar
            THE best soundtrack for having some romance. Period. Bonus: Astounding sound quality.
            • chlorophil's avatar
              def one of my favorite chillout albums!! super moody soundtrack type sounding, one track is on the animatrix short films from the matrix, def worth checking out if u havent!!!! many great memories with this one got 2 copies on cd at least and one on vinyl, one is for that one person that could get a kick out of it but never heard of it!
              • dlgale1974's avatar
                Great album, chilled bliss
                • 3345recordsVienna's avatar
                  Yes def; in Vienna a bit underrated that time, like the most genius stuff here. I was in my high techno electronic experience that years but this album was an exception. It brings me a lot of energy and personally help to clear some things in my life. I also notice that "Who Am I" is a song by Nina Simone which should not narrow this milestone Album and the version. This is the pure personally side of Peter Kruder and i guess the next Album is a work of art again. This is the timeless music and yes indeed we need a Peace Orchestra for the next generations.

                  • scoundrel's avatar
                    Edited 18 years ago
                    As the less prolific half of Kruder and Dorfmeister, Peter Kruder's Peace Orchestra makes you half wish that Dorfmeister would be a little more careful about his quality control. The low and slow beats of "The Man, Pt. I" set the mood immediately: mysterious and filled with film noir. "Meister Petz" brings up the BPMs slightly, but retains the atmosphere. The dark soul of "Domination" is a welcome respite from the substandard R&B that overtaken much of the downtempo world. Similarly, the deep rumbles of "Marakesh" bring to life the Middle Eastern funk, and the shambling vocals on "Who Am I" brings to mind MEZZANINE-era Massive Attack. But the star on the album is definitely "Shining," which melds a wistful melody with odd, moody vocals and a reverberating bass drum. A deep, fascinating album.
                    • Min-Ra's avatar
                      P. Kruder's solo stuff. Lots of lo-fi beats with contrabass and electric piano. Less stylistically rigid than the Kruder and Dorfmeister stuff i've heard. Very soundtrack-ey. Lots of ambience on the tracks. Heavy use of envelope-driven filters on instruments. Tracks have lots of negative space. Like a summer night with moonlight glistening on a calm lake.


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