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  • Singer: Apollo 440
  • Album: Liquid Cool
  • MP3: 1207 mb | FLAC: 1473 mb
  • Released: 1994
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Progressive House, Trance, Dub, Downtempo
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 426
Apollo 440 - Liquid Cool mp3 flac
Apollo 440 - Liquid Cool mp3 flac


Liquid Cool (Theme For Cryonic Suspension) 12:12
Liquid Cool (Deep Forest Ice Cold @ The Equator Mix) 8:39
Liquid Cool (Future Sound Of London Remix) 7:54
Liquid Cool (Jah Wobble Remix) 8:38


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SSXT3 Apollo 440 Liquid Cool ‎(12", Single) Stealth Sonic Recordings SSXT3 UK 1994
SSR 3 Apollo 440 Liquid Cool ‎(3x12", Single, Promo) Stealth Sonic Recordings SSR 3 UK 1994
SSXCDX3 Apollo 440 Liquid Cool ‎(CD, Single, Vol) Stealth Sonic Recordings SSXCDX3 UK 1994
SSXCD3 Apollo 440 Liquid Cool ‎(CD, Single, Vol) Stealth Sonic Recordings SSXCD3 UK 1994
EPC 660868 2, SSXCD3 Apollo 440 Liquid Cool ‎(CD, Single, Vol) Epic, Stealth Sonic Recordings EPC 660868 2, SSXCD3 UK & Europe 1995

The Future Sound of London remix plays very well at 45 RPM making it a great breaks track What more can you ask for - Open it out to see multi fold pictureDeep Forest mixes incredible !Chill out !20 years old still amazing !!!!!!!!!!!!!!;)
The second CD in Apollo 440's two CD 'Liquid Cool' single release is just as excellent as the first disc, if not better. One of my favorite tracks of all time is Deep Forest's Ice Cold @ Equator remix of 'Liquid Cool' (which was used on Sasha & Digweed's first Northern Exposure). If you (like I) love this track, then you owe it to yourself to check out the other two Deep Forest remixes featured on this CD. The first remix, Deep Forest's Trans-Afrique Life Extension Express remix, sounds similar to the Ice Cold @ The Equator remix, but it's sped up, the melodies are rearranged, and it's given an amazing dubby house beat and bassline. These touches meld into an absolutely delicious chunk of epic dubby trance that is easily on par with the Ice Cold @ The Equator remix. Ollie J's (AKA Deep Forest's) Live Dubs remix is a stripped down alternate version of the Trans-Afrique remix which focuses more on the beat and various dubby basslines than on the melody, and is very good as well. The other two remixes by Space, I found to be rather dull and dated sounding. Although this particular CD is a bit rare (it took me a little while to find one myself), this is definitely worth checking out if you enjoyed the other Deep Forest remixes of this song.
Easily one of the best (maybe THE best) record set I own. EVERY mix on here deserves a 5/5. As many know, the Deep Forest Ice Cold @ The Equator mix is the exact mix on Sasha and Digweed's famous Northern Exposure 1 album. This mix and another are also featured on a separate release of this, but no fan of this amazing song should go without this release. There is a wonderful ambient remix that is a whopping 25 minutes long on one side of vinyl and every second is amazing (Space -320 degree biostatic ambient mix). Deep Forest's other mix is amazing as well but doesn't quite match up to the one on the NE cd. Ollie J's live dubs, the Space Colonization mix, and the Jah wobble mix are a little more dance oriented but they keep the feel of the tune perfectly and each do something original with it. The LP version is absolute classic and is relatively long as well at just over 12 minutes, also featuring vocals unheard on any of the other mixes. The Future Sound of London mix is very Banco de Gaia sounding and is completely original and should definately be heard. On top of every awesome mix, this comes in an awesome 3x12 pack that folds out with a picture of a giant wave. Also featured on the pack are different definitions of "liquid cool." This track was way ahead of its time and is a guranteed favorite. I wish discogs would let me give a 6/5. I'm not sure if I've ever seen a record with this many 5/5's. You owe it to yourself and the track to buy this set.
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