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Deepchord -Sommer

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on June 26, 2012 by E.N.

Following on from the dark intensity of Hash Bar Loops, Deepchord has continued to innovate and diversify his output. Traces of the previous album remain on this record but here, there is a lighter more ethereal feel.

Deepchord’s characteristic manipulation of space and time is still intact and is an integral part of Sommer’s soundscape. Modulating textures, sliding tempos, shifting rhythmic elements, and electroacoustics create a constantly evolving, vaporous sonic-tapestry.
Artist: Deepchord
Title: Sommer
Catalog#: SOMACD099
Label: Soma Quality Recordings
Format: CD/ Digital

27-Aug-2012
Tracklisting:
1. Glow
2. Aquatic
3. Cruising Towards Dawn
4. The Universe as a Hologram
5. Beneteau
6. Fourier
7. Aeronautics
8. Flow-Induced Vibrations
9. Spring Mist
10. Amber
11. Alfama
12. Gliding
13. Wind Farm

Rich field recordings and proprietary processing methods (developed over 20 years of making such recordings) provide an impactful, living, organic element with flecks of percussion and bass pulsing from the soundfield. Atmospheric warmth and engrossing layers are expertly woven, many of the source-recordings were made on a beach near the artist’s home. Wind chimes, circulating air, and a marine sounds give this album a distinct identity rarely experienced in the sphere of digital music. A rare amalgamation of deep organic-atmospherics and dance music. A living breathing organism, quite unlike anything else. Light and aquatic feeling, with a few darker introspective moments later in the album, but it never gets foreboding or overly heavy. The overall mood here is evocative of warm summer evenings, and is equally effective on a PA with a crowd, as it is on the beachside with headphones alone.

An August release date coincides perfectly with the album’s themes and will be a powerful addition when played out over the summer and on into the autumn as part of Deepchord’s thoughtful, expansive sets, which should be plentiful in the coming months.

Slam to release selected productions and remixes as ‘Collecting Data’ on Soma Records

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on April 24, 2012 by E.N.

Slam are marking the summation of a highly prolific period in their career with the release of ‘Collecting Data’, a double CD of original Slam productions and their remixes of artists such as Radio Slave, Josh Wink and Christian Smith. The last couple of years have seen Slam consistently rated in the Beatport Top 10s with their original material, which has also garnered huge support from all manner of DJs and producers around the world.
The impact of Slam is still massive in the world of electronica, made clear by their rating as one of the most influential Soundcloud members in the world and reaching 3rd highest charted act on Resident Advisor.
Such lofty position is afforded the Glasgow legends not only through their prolific release schedule but also through their hugely successful live sets, most notably headlining the ever popular Slam Tent at T In The Park and an electrifying performance at Glade Festival. Further afield storming performances at Time Warp and Mayday, in Mannheim and Dortmund respectively helped to cement their dedicated loyal following across Europe.

Check out the best of Slam’s 2011 tour highlights:

    With all this recently behind them it is with excitement that Slam look forward to the next year, which along with the Collecting Data release sees ‘Alliances’ collaborations with the likes of Pan Pot, Gary Beck and the Italo Boyz, an exciting new Slam podcast series and an eagerly awaited release on the Drumcode imprint.
    2012 continues to be a productive and busy period for Slam, which will no doubt help further their reputation as innovative and contemporary players on the techno scene, seamlessly progressing the explosive output of the last few years.

    Artist Slam
    Title Collecting Data
    Label Soma Records, UK.
    Release Date 25-Jun-2012
    Cat. No: SomaCD096
    Format CD/Digital

    CD1 01. Sasha – Coma (Slam Remix)
    02. Radio Slave – Bell Clap Dance (Slam Paragraph Remix)
    03. Spencer Parker – Untitled Head (Slam RTM House Mix)
    04. Slam – We Doin’ This Again?
    05. Prompt – Evolve (Slam Paragraph Mix)
    06. Slam – Heart Of The Soul (Slam’s RTM House Mix)
    07. Shlomi Aber & Kenny Larkin – Sketches (Slam Remix)
    08. Josh Wink – Everybody To The Sun (Slam Paragraph Mix)
    09. Slam – What’s On Your Mind
    10. Paul Ritch – The Wolf (Slam Remix)
    11. Dot Allison – Cry (Slam Vocal Remix)
    12. The Black Dog – CCTV Nation (Slam Mix)
    13. Christian Smith – Pitanga (Slam Remix)

    CD2 01. Slam – Collecting Data
    02. Pan-Pot – Face To Face / Confronted (Slam Paragraph Mix)
    03. Slam – Variance
    04. Slam – Metro Noir
    05. Secret Cinema – Timeless Altitude (Slam Paragraph Remix)
    06. Slam – Hot Knives
    07. Slam – Dead Dog Bounce
    08. Slam – Maffaking
    09. Alex Under – El Alma del Tiempo (Slam Paragraph Remix)
    10. Slam – Area 51
    11. Slam – Chasing Shadows
    12. Slam – Crowded Room
    13. Slam – City Destroyer (Part 1)

Alex Under-La Maquina De Bolas

Posted in News with tags , , , , , on January 13, 2012 by E.N.

Spanish artist Alex Under marks the progression of his work with the release of second album, ‘La Máquina de Bolas’, released in March 2012 through Soma Records. The acclaimed producer and CMYK label boss returns a more experienced, complex artist after a seven year album hiatus following 2005’s Trapez LP release, ‘Dispositivos De Mi Granja’.

In this latest release we hear an engaging offering from the Madrid native. There are some signature musical aspects which were also part of AU’s earlier output such as the introduction of an theme early on, which is subsequently manipulated and built upon. The focused concentration on a limited selection of sounds also reflects earlier work. However, much of Máquina subverts the practised minimal style of the mid-00’s showing a desire to create expansive sounds within this stripped-down minimalism. Alex Under’s collaborations with Soma have given scope for much exploration. The recent remix of Pablo’s ‘Turn the page’ track for the Soma 20 compilation highlights this. The idiosyncratic original seems a difficult remixing prospect with varying tempos between the vocal and sampled tracks in original and remix. The success of the remix serves to reiterate the artist’s mastery of sound, form and style. His attention to detail enables the finished product freedom from any sort of overbearing production.

First track on Máquina, Bola 1, acts as an introduction to the album sound, suggesting the album be taken as a complete whole, rather than disparate individual tracks. The track provides a sparse compositional ‘ramp’ into the subsequent tracks and slowly moves into Bola 2, which, engages samples with subtlety and soothing progression. The themes and phrases on the album help to maintain the connected nature of the piece as a whole. There are repeated themes throughout various tracks and some self-referencing. The fluidity and balance as a whole is helped by the insightful choice of effects as heard clearly in Bola 5 which wallows in soft liquid synths. The sound gets deeper throughout the album but the balance is well maintained and some clever tools for offering an almost tactile sound are invoked by AU as he brings in the rising bass tabla drum tones to merge with some lower beats and bass, bringing the impact of the bass up in the mix whilst never losing focus of the complex dynamics of the whole work. The highlight of the album is waiting right at the end with Bola 7 hitting a bass heavy and forceful sound, the perfect way to tie together all elements of the album up to this point. The rhythm sits perfectly at the end of the project, which feels completed.

La Máquina de Bolas certainly conveys a new direction for Alex Under with his aesthetic obsessions and meticulous production holding him in good stead. This new material broadens expectation for the producer and the range of sound doesn’t unnecessarily complicate. This affecting second album signposts the next period in AU’s trajectory.

Artist: Alex Under
Title: La Maquina De Bolas
Label: Soma Records, UK.
Format: CD/Digital
Release: 26.03.12
TRACKLIST

01. Bola1
02. Bola2
03. Bola3
04. Bola4
05. Bola5
06. Bola6.1
07. Bola6.2
08. Bola7

Daft Punk – Drive Unreleased 1994 (Preview)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 17, 2011 by E.N.


Soma are proud to announce a very special previously unreleased track from two of their brightest alumni – Daft Punk’s ‘Drive unreleased 1994…find out more HERE

The Black Dog -Liber Dogma

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2011 by E.N.

The Black Dog are a legendary live act whose ability to destroy venues and wreck soundsystems is undeniable. They blur the boundaries between DJing and performance while possessing an excellent sense of where to take the crowd. Live, they represent purist techno, which is also utterly crowd pleasing.

On record, tBd are famous for delivering subtlety, emotion, and intellectual richness, as well as great tunes, but never in their career have they managed to convey the sheer visceral impact of their performances as on Liber Dogma. This album contrasts with last year’s extremely well-received ambient outings on Music For Real Airports and the Dadavistic Orkestra collaboration with members of the Psychick Warriors of Gaia. While none of the band’s artistry and care has been lost, there is now a greater focus on a pure, and utterly exhilarating, vision of how techno can transform the dancefloor into a realm of complete pleasure.

Presented as a seamless mix, Liber Dogma shifts expertly between biting, sensual electro (Death Ov The Black Sun), plangent electronics (Dark Wave Creeping, Eden 353, Feeder Rub Out), and also wave after wave of throbbing Dark Wave Techno. There is real continuity with the simply awesome funky techno of the accompanying singles on their own Dust Science label – together these releases comprise a mix-friendly triptych of the finest electronics currently available. Tracks such as Black Maria, Bird Siren, Single Light Focus and Silent Escape represent a renaissance in smart but hugely entertaining techno that offers a refreshing and eagerly anticipated alternative to anaemic synth washes or testosterone-crushed distortion. Liber Dogma is a satisfying and hugely enjoyable journey into sound.

The Black Dog - “This album is about surrendering to hypnotic, physical music played loud in big, dark rooms. We always wanted to make an album that reflects the kind of set we play live, and that’s what we’ve done with Liber Dogma. It’s all about red lights, a smoke machine, a single strobe, a Funktion One soundsystem… and The Black Dog. We’ve played all over the world and we’ve brought that vibe back to our lab. Forget the fancy lighting, the indoor scarves, the hair do’s and the hair don’ts; fuck all of that. Music is about losing yourself and having a good time with friends and that’s what this album will help you do.”

Artist: The Black Dog
Title: Liber Dogma
Label: Some Recordings Ltd
Format: 3xLP/CD
Release: 24.10.11
01. Dark Wave Creeping
02. The Death Ov The Black Sun
03. Steam Caliphate
04. Drop Kick Kali
05. Eden 353
06. Black Maria
07. Single Light Focus
08. Silent Escape
09. Hype Knot 7
10. Bird Siren
11. Feeder Rub Out
12. Worship: The Drum
13. カークラッシュ魔術

Soma Records announces exclusive Daft Punk track on their 20th anniversar​y CD compilatio​n+Exclusive Previews(Stream)

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 2, 2011 by E.N.

Soma are proud to announce a very special previously unreleased track from two of their brightest alumni – Daft Punk’s ‘Drive unreleased 1994′

“At the tail end of 2010 we combed through boxes of DATs, pictures and god knows what else to find artefacts of Soma’s early days. Imagine our surprise when we discovered a tape simply titled ‘Daft Drive’. We hooked up the DAT machine and inserted the tape with the utmost care, pressing play and praying that for one, the tape contained what we hoped, and two, that it didn’t savage it like a dog chewing on a bone. In amongst the hiss and crackle, a monstrous 909 kick drum began to thud – Daft Punk’s Drive track had been rediscovered. Playing through was live Daft Punk: the freaky vocals, pounding Roland drums & synths and that distinctive DP compression. After standing in awed silence, witnessing this moment, the track faded off and we heard the sounds of French words that the recording had been made over; the remnants of their parents audio collection. The tape had originally been sent with Rollin’ and Scratchin’ to be released as Soma25 but Soma asked these two bright-eyed and techno-bound Frenchmen, to finish and send Da Funk instead and DRIVE was shelved for a later date. Until now.” – Chris Lamb
Check out some exclusive previews of Maetrik, Deepchord, Mark Henning, D’Julz and Klartraum remixes tracks

More on SOMA 20 HERE

Artist: Various Artists
Title: Soma Records – 20 Years
Label: Soma Records
Format: CD & Digital
Release: 19.09.11

TRACKLIST
DISC 1 – SOMA CLASSICS
01. Daft Punk – Drive unreleased 1994
02. Scott Grooves (feat. Parliament/Funkadelic) – Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk Remix)

03. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On
04. Slam – Azure (Part 1)
05. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Heavenly Mix)
06. Slam – Positive Education
07. The Black Dog – Cost II
08. Samuel L Session – Can You Relate (Joris Voorn Flooding The Market with Remixes)
09. Percy X – X-Trak 1
10. Desert Storm – Desert Storm
11. Slam – Eterna

DISC 2 – SLAM DJ MIX
01. Slam – Groovelock (Deepchord Atmospheric Rebuild)
02. Eastmen – U Dig (Loco Dice Remix)
03. H-Foundation – Slayin’ the Dragon (Klartraum Remix)
04. Hatikvah – In the Spirit (Rod Modell | Deepchord Vector and Velocity Mix)
05. Slam – Human (Oxia Remix)
06. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On (Nick Curly Remix)
07. Pablo – Turn the Page (Alex Under Remix)
08. Vector Lovers – Computrfnk (Sebrok’s Funk You Remix)
09. Itamar Sagi – One Million Oaks (Mark Broom Remix)
10. H-Foundation – Passage of Time (D1Julz Remix)
11. Master H – Magic K (Paul Ritch 31 Trudaine Mix)
12. Silicone Soul – 3am (Maetrik Jazzersize Mix)
13. Slam – Lifetimes (Pan-Pot Bass Times Mix)
14. Slam – Stepback (Mark Henning Remix)
15. Slam – Positive Education (Zero T Remix)
16. Slam – Stepback (Adam Beyer & Jesper Dahlback Remix
17. Tony Thomas – Beginnings (Gary Beck Remix)
18. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Christian Smith and Wehbba Remix)
19. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Joash Remix)

DISC 3 – SILICONE SOUL DJ MIX
01. [Intro] Percy X Vs Bloodsugar – -3 (Emissons 2) / Scott Grooves feat. Roy Ayers – Expansions (Vocal)
02. Counterplan – 90 Degrees (DJ Q Mix) / Scott Grooves (feat. Parliament / Funkadelic) – Mothership Reconnection (Vocal)
03. Otaku – Percussion Obsession
04. Chaser – Destination Unknown
05. Mark Henning – Last Night
06. Alex Smoke – Chica Wappa
07. Desert Storm – Scoraig ‘93
08. Schatrax – Mispent years (Silicone Soul’s Darkroom Dub) / Hatikvah – In The Spirit (Vocal)
09. Rejuvination – Requiem
10. Slam – Positive Education
11. Universal Principles – Inspiration & Light (Vocal)
12. Slam – This world (Wighnomy Bros. & Robag Wruhme Dub) / Silicone Soul – The Snake Charmer Edit (Vocal)
13. Funk D’ Void – Diabla (Heavenly Edit)
14. Silicone Soul – Chic-O-Laa (H-Foundation Remix)
15. Eastmen – U Dig (Vocal)
16. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On (Original Mix)
17. [Outro] Hatikvah – Daedalus / H-Foundation feat. Aion – Tonight (Vocal) [Until The Sun Edit]

preorder NOW HERE

Soma Records – 20 Years

Posted in News with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 7, 2011 by E.N.

When Stuart McMillan and Orde Meikle decided to name their fledgling imprint Soma Quality Recordings, they were being more uncannily prescient than anyone could have imagined during the heady, post-acid electronic eruption, whose volcanic ash continues to disrupt services and belch up astonishing new talent on a regular basis through to the present day. Through sheer natural instinct and passion, the word ’Quality’ has remained Soma‘s essential mantra, resulting in many of these names gravitating to the label over the last 20 years.

Soma was born out of the insanely euphoric celebrations taking place at the DJ duo’s club held in Glasgow since a track by Phuture named them and their night Slam. Along with manager Dave Clarke and fellow founder Glenn Gibbons (both still at the helm), they had little idea that, out of the countless clubs and labels flourishing during that magical period, they would be the one still holding strong two decades later, Soma now acknowledged as the UK’s longest-running dance label and one of the most consistently-dazzling electronic imprints in the world.

Relentlessly DJing at the world’s foremost cutting edge dance venues, Orde and Stuart have kept their fingers on electronic music’s rapidly-evolving pulse, experiencing on the front line what makes crowds scream, dance or cry, constantly pushing the boat out with their work as Slam, while carefully planning and introducing fresh new names to the mothership label.

Above all, they have never forgotten that intoxicating magic, which spawns the strongest memories while changing outlooks, careers and even lives forever. So many of those cavorting on their Glasgow dance floors over the past two decades have gone off to start making their own music; a direct lineage from the punk movement which gripped the Slam boys earlier in life (and which they readily acknowledge with the occasional post-club Clash session), along with other key historic elements, from acid house to New York boogie to Detroit’s symphonies to Berlin minimal stalkers and beyond.

There have been epoch-making discoveries and landmarks, such as wide-eyed greenhorns Daft Punk, who released their first three EPs with the label before leaving to take over the world, intoxicating one-offs like Scott Grooves’ ‘Mothership Reconnection’ and fabled roster mainstays, which saw Lars Sandberg, aka Funk D’Void, score major success with ‘Diabla’ along with the ever- astonishing Silicone Soul scoring with ‘Right On‘. As an unashamed trainspotter, I have and have listed every vinyl release from SOMA001 (a shared 12-inch between Slam and Rejuvination) up until around SOMA250 and the digital revolution; too many to mention but many which will be represented, often re-upholstered, in the anniversary celebrations culminating in this marvellous collection. Of course it helps also having memories of Slam bringing the Arches to its delirious knees in the mid-90s with ‘Positive Education’, or the day I heard The Black Dog had started cocking its leg against the label’s fence, but Soma now stands as both electronic institution and unquenchable spirit, well-entitled to enjoy the biggest party yet as it hits its 20th year. That Slam and their mighty label now stand tall in the same hall of fame as their original inspirations speaks for itself. That they are still firing on all cylinders is even better. As I said recently while reviewing volume five of the highly successful Soma Coma series (I’ve written about Soma more than any other label in the last 35 years); even when trawling the past, this towering label can’t help thinking about the future.
(Kris Needs, May 2011)

DISC 1 – SOMA CLASSICS

Compiling a Classics CD that covers 20 years of releases (310 singles and 90+ albums) is not an easy task. There are the obvious tracks that had to be included in such a compilation, like Slam’s Positive Education, Silicone Soul’s Right On, Right On and Funk D’Void’s Diabla. There are others like Daft Punk’s remix of Scott Grooves and Slam’s first ever track on Soma Records, Eterna, which quite literally took the dance music world by storm. Eterna was ultimately the track that started Soma Quality Recordings. This was in 1991; the year after remixing the Edinburgh band Botany 5 on Virgin Records, and the year before collaborating with The Orb on the Close Encounters track (taken from their debut album, U.F. Orb). These are quite simply the foundations of both Slam and Soma.

Then there are tracks like Sharkimaxx’s (aka Felix Da Housecat) Clashback and Percy X’s X-Traks, which still fuel dancefloors around the world in exactly the same manner as when they were first released (both, some 16 years ago). Joris Voorn’s Mix of Samuel L Session is (quite rightly) one of the biggest tracks on Soma Records in the last 10 years, so it would have been foolish not to include on our classics compilation. We also had to include the flip of that. The tracks that were never about selling by the million; they were about a time, a place and a state of mind. The Black Dog’s Cost II (originally on the GPR imprint in ‘93, but signed to Soma in the late ‘00s) was the sound of a time, just like the Desert Storm release, which was first heard in a railway tunnel in Glasgow at one of their many Desert Storm Sound System parties of the early ‘90s.

DISC 2 – SLAM DJ MIX

Slam are, of course, the corner stone of Soma Records. Here since day one and until day zero. Their countless releases over the years not only include their Slam productions, but also their work as Pressure Funk, G7, Freelance Science and Counter Plan, plus many collaborations and co-productions. It can be said they are not just corner stones of Soma Recordings, but also of UK Techno in all its glory. Today in this collection of CDs though, Slam look forward to the future, as they have persisted in doing throughout their 20+ year career. Orde and Stuart have gone through all the remixes, revisions and reconstructions of past Soma gems that we have worked on throughout the last 12 months, and moulded a DJ mix of where Slam stand in this current climate. One that shows depth, groove, jack and grind in a 65-minute show down. Having run their various club nights for these 20 years, they have played at all points of the night; from doors opening to doors closing; warm-up to peak time. This mix encapsulates this perfectly.

DISC 3 – SILICONE SOUL DJ MIX

The legendary production and DJ duo of Graeme Reedie and Craig Morrison (aka Silicone Soul) have been at home on Soma since their first release 13 years ago. Before the guys signed to Soma, being native Glaswegians, they religiously attended the legendary Slam nights at both the Arches and the Sub Club in the early ‘90s. When this all started Graeme and Craig did the PR for the club events, getting to know Dave Clarke, the event promoter. Becoming closer over time, Dave offered them their first ever Arches DJ on their respective birthdays. Quite a present had you ever attend these nights. They soon started their own label, Depth Charge, where they released their first two singles, pressing and distributing their own vinyl. Quickly they were signed to Soma with heir The Strip EP. The rest as they say, is history. Their DJ mix is a representation of the tracks they saw from the dancefloor, be it the first record they bought; Otaku’s (Ralph Lawson, Fraser Brydson & Carl Finlow) Percussion Obsession, or DJ Q’s masterful mix of Counter Plan’s 90 Degrees. Peppered through their mix are snippets and a capellas like the beautiful keys of Daedalus or the vocals from Inspiration and Light, Tonight, and U Dig. You’ll also see Mark Henning’s Last Night, a personal favourite of the boys from the last few years of Soma stock.

Tracklisting:

DISC 1 – SOMA CLASSICS

01. Scott Grooves (feat. Parliament / Funkadelic) – Mothership Reconnection (Daft Punk Remix) 02. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On 03. Slam – Azure (Part 1) 04. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Heavenly Mix)
05. Slam – Positive Education 06. The Black Dog – Cost II 07. Samuel L Session – Can You Relate (Joris Voorn Flooding The Market with Remixes) 08. Percy X – X-Trak 1 09. Sharkimaxx – Clashback (Demented Aphrohead Mix) 10. Desert Storm – Desert Storm 11. Slam – Eterna

DISC 2 – SLAM DJ MIX

01. Slam – Groovelock (Deepchord Atmospheric Rebuild) 02. Eastmen – U Dig (Loco Dice Remix) 03. H-Foundation – Slayin’ the Dragon (Klartraum Remix) 04. Hatikvah – In the Spirit (Rod Modell | Deepchord Vector and Velocity Mix) 05. Slam – Human (Oxia Remix)
06. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On (Nick Curly Remix) 07. Pablo – Turn the Page (Alex Under Remix) 08. Vector Lovers – Computrfnk (Sebrok’s Funk You Remix) 09. Itamar Sagi – One Million Oaks (Mark Broom Remix)
10. H-Foundation – Passage of Time (D1Julz Remix) 11. Master H – Magic K (Paul Ritch 31 Trudaine Mix) 12. Silicone Soul – 3am (Maetrik Jazzersize Mix) 13. Slam – Lifetimes (Pan-Pot Bass Times Mix)
14. Slam – Stepback (Mark Henning Remix) 15. Slam – Positive Education (Zero T Remix) 16. Slam – Stepback (Adam Beyer & Jesper Dahlback Remix 17. Tony Thomas – Beginnings (Gary Beck Remix) 18. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Christian Smith and Wehbba Remix) 19. Funk D’Void – Diabla (Joash Remix)

DISC 3 – SILICONE SOUL DJ MIX

01. [Intro] Percy X Vs Bloodsugar – -3 (Emissons 2) / Scott Grooves feat. Roy Ayers – Expansions (Vocal) 02. Counterplan – 90 Degrees (DJ Q Mix) / Scott Grooves (feat. Parliament / Funkadelic) – Mothership Reconnection (Vocal) 03. Otaku – Percussion Obsession 04. Chaser – Destination Unknown 05. Mark Henning – Last Night 06. Alex Smoke – Chica Wappa 07. Desert Storm – Scoraig ‘93 08. Schatrax – Mispent years (Silicone Soul’s Darkroom Dub) / Hatikvah – In The Spirit (Vocal) 09. Rejuvination – Requiem 10. Slam – Positive Education 11. Universal Principles – Inspiration & Light (Vocal) 12. Slam – This world (Wighnomy Bros. & Robag Wruhme Dub) / Silicone Soul – The Snake Charmer Edit (Vocal) 13. Funk D’ Void – Diabla (Heavenly Edit) 14. Silicone Soul – Chic-O-Laa (H-Foundation Remix) 15. Eastmen – U Dig (Vocal) 16. Silicone Soul – Right On, Right On (Original Mix) 17. [Outro] Hatikvah – Daedalus / H-Foundation feat. Aion – Tonight (Vocal) [Until The Sun Edit]

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