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Love Of My Own

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1. Love Of My Own (instrumental)
2. Dub My Own (remix)
Side 2
1. Life Immoreal

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Diving Into Minds/Double Spire

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1. Diving Into Minds (club mix)
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1. Double Spire (club mix)

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Soichi Terada Presents Sounds From The Far East (Updated Version)

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Compiled by Hunee, 'Sounds from the Far East' features highly sought after material by legendary Japanese house producer Soichi Terada and fellow producers Shinichiro Yokota, Manabu Nagayama! Soichi Terada is an adventurous multitalent and over all a good sport. He was born in the sixties, and as a child he loved to play on his fathers’ electric organ. Terada majored in Computer Science and Electric Organ and after he graduated, he founded his Far East Recording in 1989, because he couldn't find a label for his compositions at that time.The sound of Far East Recording is very much inspired by early nineties US deep house. Soichi Terada went out to parties in the late eighties, were he was equally influenced by house and hip-hop. A few years later, Terada took on producing music by using digital sampling. In the early nineties he occasionally DJ-ed with a DAT player and some reel tapes, instead of using records and turntables."Sounds From The Far East" shines new light on Soichi Terada's label and consists of material that was originally released in the early nineties. Next to Terada's music, Hunee also selected a few tracks by fellow artist Shinichiro Yokota for this compilation, as well as 'Sun Showered', a track based on the incredible Paradise Garage gem called 'Sunshower', by Terada and Nami Shimada.

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Side 1
1. Soichi Terada - Saturday Love Sunday
2. Shinichiro Yokota - Do it Again
3. Soichi Terada - Sun Showered
Side 2
1. Soichi Terada & Manabu Nagayama - Low Tension (alternative version)
2. Soichi Terada - Hohai Beats
3. Soichi Terada - Good Morning
Side 3
1. Soichi Terada - CPM
2. Soichi Terada - Rising Sun Up
3. Soichi Terada - We Came Togethe
Side 4
1. Soichi Terada - Voices From Beyond
2. Soichi Terada - Purple Haze (edit)
3. Soichi Terada - Binary Rondo

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Planet Love Two : Early Transmissions 1990-95

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Side 1
1. Lazer Worshippers - Free Flight
2. Sven Vath - L'Esperanza (single edit)
3. Dance 2 Trance - We Came In Peace (Desert mix)
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1. Innertales - Odyssee
2. Alien Signal - Deep Sky Delights
3. Revelation - First Power (Domination dub)
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1. The Deep - X O Surf
2. The Moody Boyz - Pygmy Song (Nocturnal version)
3. The Obsession Project - Track 9 (part 3)
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1. Redeye - A Source
2. Moodswings - Time Warp
3. TEW - Double Int

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Planet Love Vol. One : Early Transmissions 1991-1995 (RE-STOCK)

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Having previously celebrated the deep and colourful world of late ‘80s and early ‘80s Italian house via the popular Welcome To Paradise compilation series, Safe Trip has now turned its attention to the roots and formative years of trance music.Planet Love: Early Transmissions 1990-95 showcases the roots and formative years of trance via 13 loved-up, psychedelic, colourful, melodious and surprisingly varied dancefloor experiments from Europe, Australia and the United States.The compilation includes pioneering proto-trance and early trance tracks from the likes of Hawke (AKA influential San Francisco producer Gavin Hardkiss), Epilson 9, Spooky, Oliver Lieb, Holy Ghost Inc, Morgan Wild (an outfit whose members included early NYC techno titan Damon Wild), Mijk van Dijk, Glam and Paul van Dyk.Packed with must-have cuts, slept-on gems and sought-after rarities, Planet Love: Early Transmissions 1990-95 maintains the loved-up, listenable vibe of Welcome to Paradise while broadening its musical horizons. It is not a definitive history of trance music’s early years, but rather a colourful, life-affirming celebration of the varied strands that came together to create one of dance music’s most popular and enduring styles.

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1. Hawke - Nudes In A Purple Garden
2. Mindgear - Don't Panic (Transpanic mix)
3. Glam - My Mother Said (Cosmic Trance mix)
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1. Young American Primitive - These Waves
2. Holy Ghost - Mad Monks On Zinc
3. Morgan Wild - Dionysian Dream Sacrament
Side 3
1. Epsilon Nine - Life Formation
2. Spooky - Orange Coloured Liquid
3. Extasia - Alegrya (Virtual mix)
4. Humate - Love Stimulation (Love mix)
Side 4
1. Oneiric Vortex - Oasi
2. Human Beings - The Matrix
3. LSG - Lonely Casseopaya (club mix)

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Needs (Not Wants): Retrospective Part 2 (RE-STOCK)

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Part 2 of the Needs (not wants) retrospective, comes with an insert with a collage of archival photos and liner notes by Gerd Janson. Re-mastered by François Kevorkian.Sometimes, three words are enough to tell it all. Accordingly, the core story of Needs – the musical adventure of brothers Lars and Marek Bartkuhn and their partner Jan “Yannick” Elverfeld – can be understood from the inspiration behind this compilation’s title. Paying homage to the title of a lesser-known Marshall Jefferson and Ce Ce Rogers production for Strictly Rhythm, Needs (Not Wants) typifies their aesthetic, ethos, innovations and modus operandi.Materializing in this collection are some of the outfits’ best takes (from 1999 to 2006), moments of glory and predictive flashes of genius paint a beautiful picture of what can happen if devotion and imagination are paired with moxie and skill.

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1. Needs - Morning Breeze
2. Boobjazz - Free Your Soul
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1. Needs - Inner Glow
2. Laurentius - Karate Samba (Science Fiction mix)
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1. Doctor M - Park Jam
2. Passion Dance Orchestra - Discover The World
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1. Needs - Brother (Red Mountain Alchemy)

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Needs (Not Wants): Retrospective Part 1 (RE-STOCK)

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Part 1 of the Needs (not wants) retrospective, comes with an insert with a collage of archival photos and liner notes by Gerd Janson. Re-mastered by François Kevorkian.Sometimes, three words are enough to tell it all. Accordingly, the core story of Needs – the musical adventure of brothers Lars and Marek Bartkuhn and their partner Jan “Yannick” Elverfeld – can be understood from the inspiration behind this compilation’s title. Paying homage to the title of a lesser-known Marshall Jefferson and Ce Ce Rogers production for Strictly Rhythm, Needs (Not Wants) typifies their aesthetic, ethos, innovations and modus operandi.Materializing in this collection are some of the outfits’ best takes (from 1999 to 2006), moments of glory and predictive flashes of genius paint a beautiful picture of what can happen if devotion and imagination are paired with moxie and skill.

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1. Needs - We Are What We Are
2. Needs - Dreams (Variation 1)
Side 2
1. Needs - Brother (original Vibe)
2. Boobjazz - Midnight Ceremony
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1. Needs - Walkin Thru Circles (Thump mix)
2. Needs - Piano Groove
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1. Passion Dance Orchestra - Worlds (Theme)

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Indaba Kabani (Dimitri From Paris Re Edit)

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Kamazu's certified floorbanger gets the dope edit treatment from veteran producer, Dimitri from Paris.On the flipside you'll find the kwaito gem 'Mjukeit' taken from Kamazu's 1997 CD.

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1. Indaba Kabani (Dimitri From Paris re-edit)
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1. Mjukeit

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Limie (Mendel edit)/Noir Sur Blanc (JG's Fyraften edit)

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1. Jean Paul Pognon - Limie (Mendel edit)
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1. David Et Corine - Noir Sur Blanc (JG's Fyraften edit)

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Asakusa Light

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Gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code with obi-stripBack in 2015, Japanese deep house pioneer Soichi Terada stepped back into the limelight courtesy of Sounds From The Far East, a Rush Hour-released, Hunee curated retrospective of material released on his Far East Recording label in the 1990s and early 2000s. Buoyed by the positive response and renewed interest in his work, Terada went back into studio to record his first new album of house music for over 25 years, Asakusa Light.Developed over 18 months, Terada tried to recreate the mental and physical processes that led to the creation of his acclaimed earlier work. Those familiar with Terada’s celebrated, dancefloor-focused sound of the 1990s – a vibrant, atmospheric, and emotive take on deep house powered by the twin attractions of groove and melody – will find much to enjoy on Asakusa Light.“I tried to recall my feelings 30 years ago, but when I tried it, I found it super difficult,” he explains. “I didn’t even know what I thought about myself five years ago, and the mental metabolic cycle seems to be faster than I thought. I tried different methods, including digging up my old MIDI data and composing by remembering old experiences. With the help of Rush Hour, I found some of the light from my heart that I had 30 years ago. I nicknamed the light I found in my heart, ‘Asakusa Light’.” Produced using the very same synthesizers and drum machines that powered his 1990s work, the album is a joyous, colourful and life-affirming collection of timeless house music that not only recalls Terada’s own impeccable back catalogue, but also that of similarly celebrated contemporaries such as the Burrell Brothers or Ben Cenac (Dream 2 Science, Sha-Lor).Terada, who has spent much of the last two decades writing video game music, has always had a gift for combining warm, undulating synthesizer basslines and perfectly programmed machine drums with stirring chords, smile-inducing melodies and mellow musical flourishes. It’s this immersive, sun-kissed and tuneful trademark style that takes centre stage on Asakusa Light, an album for the ages.The set begins with the alien-sounding chords, soft-touch percussion and dawn-friendly warmth of ‘Silent Chord’ and ends on a high via the bouncing string stabs, starlight chords and thickset grooves of ‘Blinker’; in between, you’ll find a deluge of effortlessly feelgood music that’s the aural equivalent of a dopamine rush at sunrise.There are subtle variations aplenty throughout the album – see the 8-bit lead lines and pulsing electronic textures of ‘Takusambient’, the vintage Tony Humphries flex of ‘Diving Into Minds’ and the effortlessly funky ‘Marimbau’ – but it’s the uniquely atmospheric, vivid and tactile nature of Terada’s loved-up sound that resonates. After well over 30 years in house music, the light in his heart is shining brighter than ever.

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1. Silent Chord
2. Double Spire
3. Bamboo Fighter
Side 2
1. Diving Into Minds
2. Marimbau
3. Takusambient
Side 3
1. Soaking Dry
2. From Dusk
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1. Soichi Terada & Manabu Nagayama - Runners
2. Blinker
3. Epoxy Lamp

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