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Various - Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno

Various - Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno
Performer: Various
Title: Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno
Country: UK
Genre: Electronic
Style:Trance, Techno, Hard Trance
Released: 1995
Catalog number: REACT CD60
Label: React
MP3 album szie: 2997 mb
FLAC album size: 2734 mb

Tracklist

1LuxorSuperstitious (Nursery Mix)
Written-By, Producer – Non Eric
5:50
2Urban Trance PlantReady To Flow
Producer – Ricardo 'Rhythm Junkie' AndradeWritten-By – Urban Trance Plant
5:19
3KomakinoCan't Stop
Producer – KomakinoWritten-By – D.Hastik, R.Fritsch
6:09
4Jones & StephensonThe First Rebirth (Red Jerry Remix)
Producer – Jones & StephensonRemix – Red JerryWritten-By – A.Stephenson, F.Jones
7:33
5Pan & TrexIceman On The Beach
Producer – Andy Trex, Peter Pan Written-By – A.Trex, P.Pan
5:56
6Li KwanPoint Zero
Written-By, Producer – P.Austin
6:28
7Blue AlphabetCybertrance
Producer – Blue AlphabetWritten-By – A.Stephenson, F.Santini
5:25
8Legend BLost In Love (Sysex Style Mix)
Producer – Legend BWritten-By – J.Ahrens, P.Blase
5:29
9SushiOsaka Acid
Producer – Mario De BellisWritten-By – M.De BellisWritten-By, Producer – Gary D
6:03
10Friends, Lovers & FamilyTribute (Bucket & Spades)
Producer – Laurence Elliott-PotterWritten-By – L.Elliott-Potter
9:11
11DJ Misjah & DJ TimAccess
Written-By, Producer – DJ Misjah & DJ Tim
7:06
12PH1Sizzling Love
Producer – Lars Doller, Ralf MerleWritten-By – L.Doller, R.Merle
8:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
REACT CD60Various Reactivate 10 (Snappy Cracklepop Techno) ‎(CD, Comp)ReactREACT CD60Australia1995
REACT CDX60Blu Peter Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno ‎(CD, Comp, Mixed)ReactREACT CDX60UK1995
RESISTCD61Various Reactivate 10: Snappy Cracklepop Techno ‎(CD, Comp, RE)Resist MusicRESISTCD61UK2006
REACT MC 060Blu Peter Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno ‎(Cass, Comp, Mixed)ReactREACT MC 060UK1995
REACT LP60Various Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno ‎(2xLP, Comp)ReactREACT LP60UK1995

Credits

  • Compiled ByBlu Peter, Thomas Foley
  • DesignThe Designers Republic - The Housewives' Choice

Notes

Also released on vinyl (REACTLP60) plus mixed cassette (REACTMC60) and mixed CD (REACT CDX60) versions (DJ mix by Blu Peter, featuring these 12 tracks plus 6 others). This was the first compilation in the series to have a mixed CD version. Compilers are not explicitly credited (though Foley and Blu Peter ‘give thanks’ on the release).

In addition to subtle diffences in the artwork (and different cat numbers and tracklists), the two CD issues can be distinguished by the colour of the CD tray: mixed version is blue, unmixed is green.

The Australian version of Reactivate 10 was released in a regular black plastic tray, had subtle artwork differences, different barcode and different disc matrix information.

Re-issued on Resist Music in 2006 (listed here).

Track 1 is an edit of the original 12 minute version. This 6 minute edit can also be found on the Australian CD single (titled "Plop Island Edit").
Track 3 listed as: DJ Misjah & DJ Tim (X-Trax) - Access
Track 12 listed as: Komakino - Can't Stop Outphase EP

℗ & © 1995 React Music Ltd.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5021620912462
  • Matrix / Runout: ABLEX 80848 REACTCD60

Companies

  • Pressed By – Ablex

Short intro

Listen to all tracks of Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno for free. Tracks In This Album. Point Zero - Li Kwan, Paul Austin. The First Rebirth Red Jerry Remix - Red Jerry. Access - DJ Misjah & DJ Tim. Tribute Bucket & Spades - Friends, Lovers & Family, Laurence Elliott-Potter. Iceman On The Beach - Andy Trex, Peter Pan. Superstitious Nursery Mix - Luxor, Non Eric. The Reactivate series was a great one and arguably this was by far the best in the collection. Well ahead of it's time with this sound later becoming much more popular. All the tracks on this album are a great example of some of the more well known tracks that were the beginnings of harder edged trancetechno sound. A must for anyone who appreciates this genre and the history with it. A lot of these tracks have stood the test of time and are still played today, it's well worth checking out the individual artists and labels featured. There were 18 Reactivate compilations. Volumes 1 - 4 featured the 1991-1992 European techno Rave sound, while volumes 5-9 switched between techno and trance. 10 songs. 1995 year. Format mp3. Download compilation for free and listen online. Songs in album Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno 1995. DJ Misjah & DJ Tim - Access. Reactivate, Vol. 10: Snappycracklepoptechno. Your Rating. Overview . The Australian version of Reactivate 10 was released in a regular black plastic tray, had subtle artwork differences, different barcode and different disc matrix information. Re-issued on Resist Music in 2006 listed here. Track 3 listed as: DJ Misjah & DJ Tim X-Trax - Access Track 12 listed as: Komakino - Can't Stop Outphase EP. Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno 1995 - Li Kwan - Point Zero, Sushi - Osaka Acid, Urban Trance Plant - Ready To Flow, Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno 1995 - Blue Alphabet - Cybertrance и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. Blue Alphabet - Cybertrance - Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno 1995. Pan & Trex - Iceman On The Beach - Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno 1995. Reactivate 10: Snappycracklepoptechno by Various Artists. Various Artists. Audio CD. Its still a great album but was looking forward to the blu peter mix i remember and love. Although product description lists the tracks, it should state UNMIXED hence why i have given 4 instead of 5. Read more. This was the first Reactivate to come in both mixed and unmixed versions I prefer unmixed, and it was also the one that sold the most copies ever. The third disc of the Best of Reactivate compilation is dominated by tracks from Reactivate 10. It's easy to see why. Each track is worthy of a mention, so I'll go through them in turn. Various - Reactivate 10 - Snappy Cracklepop Techno. Reactivate 10. 28 October 2010 . Find reactivate 10, Music items at low prices. Snap, Crackle and Pop X-Rated. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Sex-Rated Blues, Vol. Исполнитель: Various artists. 2013 blues. Compare similar products. You are viewing. Reactivate 10 Snappy Cracklepop Techno - Various Artists CD 0wvg The Cheap Fast. Trending price
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Reviews: (3)
Shadowbourne
Shadowbourne
probably my favourite of all the series. no filler tracks that where nondescript, messy, generic or dated quickly. Just quality early trance with good melodies and builds. It was also the soundtrack to many after..
Orll
Orll
The Reactivate series was a great one and arguably this was by far the best in the collection. Well ahead of it's time with this sound later becoming much more popular. All the tracks on this album are a great example of some of the more well known tracks that were the beginnings of harder edged trance/techno sound. A must for anyone who appreciates this genre and the history with it. A lot of these tracks have stood the test of time and are still played today, it's well worth checking out the individual artists and labels featured. Timeless stuff!
Frei
Frei
There were 18 Reactivate compilations. Volumes 1 - 4 featured the 1991-1992 European techno (Rave) sound, while volumes 5-9 switched between techno and trance.

By volume 10, Reactivate had been established. Trance was the sound.

We begin with Li Kwan - Point Zero. Famously Matt Darey's first major tune, it is indeed a track of upmost importance. Ask anyone who is seriously into trance and they should mention Point Zero in their top 20, at least. The vocal is what gives the track the edge, although overall it is a piece of sublime musical genius that Matt shall always be remembered for. The version presented here on Reactivate 10 is half the length of the full mix, but you get the idea without compromise.

Next up is Red Jerry's remix of Jones & Stephenson's The First Rebirth. Now, the original is quite the classic. And let's not pretend here, Red Jerry's remix is not better. All the same, it is a fantastic remix. Toning the tempo down, he makes the track more accessible while still keeping the original melody firmly in place. While injecting his own fantastically unique Red Jerry vibe to the track, he even sneaks in the Age Of Love vocal! Come on! ;)

Okay, did someone mention anthem? Alright, track three is DJ Misjah & DJ Tim's Access. Quite a radical departure for the album as a whole (but, considering React's history of including hard tracks as well as more melodic tracks, rather obvious), it's a blast of pure energy that sits as a centre piece of the album.

I'm pretty sure you'll know this track already, but if you're too young to know it please take the time to investigate a piece of Acid Techno history. Purists may scoff. *Ohh!*

Next is Tribute. Friends, Lovers & Family are not the most well known of Trance legends, but to those who know the scene they are very well respected indeed. Now is not the time to dig into the individuals involved, let's just say you should listen to Tribute and realise that not every trance legend has to be a name that rolls off the tongue. Personally, I find Tribute to be a track of eternal beauty. It would be garish to say more.

Iceman On The Beach is a nice, happy track that cannot be ignored but still falls somewhat short of the quality on show here.

Next is Luxor - Superstitious. Well, it's one of the album highlights (which is saying a lot!). Rhythmically it sounds quite like The Visions Of Shiva, indeed even the background sounds involved would not sound out of place. Until the melody drops, that is. Oh God, what a melody. Dark, minor key beauty. Luxor had another, bigger hit with "The Big Bang", but for me it's all about Superstitious. Wonderful.

It dies off. A slow pad warmly eases in. "Some human beings believe in the fifth dimension, others try to answer that with sixth. We'll show you the way to a seventh dimension" The piano hits in. The kick drum, the bassline. This is Cybertrance. Welcome to history, today.

I don't want to lose you so i'll skip to the end. Track 11, "Lost In Love", is another classic. A really euphoric, ravey vibe permutates the track with a fantastic vocal that intersperses with ease.

Finally, there is Can't Stop by Komakino. So beautiful! What a wonderful end to a marvellous album. Typical of the Fritsch / Hastik sound, you are guaranteed a warm and enveloping finale to a wonderful compilation.

It didn't get better than this, but then again, how could it?