L.S.G. - Netherworld [1996]

Artist name(s)
L.S.G. (Oliver Lieb)
Release title
Netherworld
Label name
Superstition
Release year
1996

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Superb progressive trance from Lieb.
The first, full-length version of this track appeared in L.S.G.'s album Volume Two. The vinyl cut did not do this track justice!
 

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I've always found it a pretty decent tune, but not something that I would really listen over and over again if I'm honest. The Oliver Prime mix on the other hand I really liked:
 
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I love the Vinyl Cut. Short, sweet and to the point. However, I'll never say no to an extended version. Amazing track, and one of the most important classics IMO.
 

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About the Oliver Prime Remix: One of the most important classics ever. I can listen to this every day and never get tired from it.
 
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I've always found it a pretty decent tune, but not something that I would really listen over and over again if I'm honest. The Oliver Prime mix on the other hand I really liked:
The Oliver Prime remix is nicer on the ears, groovier, and more anthemic. The original version is rawer, has that weird metallic noise throughout the track and is more kick-driven. I think the original version is more complex and better produced than the Oliver Prime remix, though the latter feels more modern and likely has more layers to it. Both have their pros and cons, and both are fantastic trance tracks.
 

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Oliver Prime's mix was always too long for me and I wasn't keen on the middle part so I made this for my sets - focuses more on the classic melody :)
 

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Superb progressive trance from Lieb.
The first, full-length version of this track appeared in L.S.G.'s album Volume Two. The vinyl cut did not do this track justice!

I really really want to get a stem of the main riff and the secondary riff (last 1min) but alas Oliver Lieb said he never kept anything but the sequenced version of the full length original mix frustratingly :( and not keen on the whoompwhoomp over it (next track coming in)