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  • Performer: Sven Väth
  • Title: An Accident In Paradise (Remixes)
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: DTS ADX MMF MPC VOC AAC AIFF
  • Released: 1993
  • Style: Trance, Techno, Hardcore, Progressive Trance
  • MP3 album: 1360 mb
  • FLAC album: 1968 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 562
Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise (Remixes) album FLAC

Album · 1991 · 6 Songs. An Accident In Paradise (Lenny Dee Brooklyn Mix). 3. An Accident In Paradise (William Orbit & Spooky Mix). 4. An Accident In Paradise (Lenny Dee & John Selway Mix). 5. An Accident In Paradise (DJ Pierre Wild Pitch Mix). 6. An Accident In Paradise (Spicelab Mix).

In stock now for same day shipping. Accident In Paradise (remixes). Frankfurt icon, hotelier, vinyl enthusiast and Cocoon overseer Sven Vath has done it all yet remains on top of his game. This latest 12" from Cocoon is an interesting exercise indeed, with two early '90s Vath classics presented to KiNK and Kolsch for a 21st Century makeover. Bulgarian hardware but KiNK is handed the task of reworking the title cut from Vath's 92 debut LP Accident In Paradise and turns in a nine minute concoction of bubbling, trance-laden machine funk madness

Accident in Paradise Remixes. Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise 06:48. Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise 06:42. Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise 08:49. Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise 06:52. Komm - Michael Rother, Sven Väth, Väth vs. Rother. The Beauty & the Beast - Sven Väth. Six In The Mix - Sven Väth. Accident In Paradise - Ralf Hildenbeutel, Sven Väth.

Bulgarian producer KiNK follows up releases on Pets Recordings and Running Back with his take on the 'Accident In Paradise', adding a whole new level of weirdness. But who said weird is a bad thing? The whacky synths and squiggly rhythms he injects into this are the kind we love, so when the epic string work and rattling tribal drums seeped in on our first listen, we instantly stamped it with that A grade.

Accident in Paradise is the debut album of DJ and producer Sven Väth. It was originally released in 1992 by Eye-Q, a German record label that Väth co-founded. A re-release in 1993 featured two bonus tracks. A remix CD was also released in 1993, featuring remixes by Spicelab, DJ Spooky and William Orbit. In 1995 Mixmag rated An Accident in Paradise one of the top-50 dance albums of all time.

Papa Sven’s An Accident In Paradise, the legendary trance anthem from the early ’90s gets an absolute belter of a remix by Bulgarian hardware maverick KiNK; retaining the gnarly 303 acid lead and haunting vocal refrain from the original but given a good a proper revision for modern audiences

Accident In Paradise Remixes. Cat: CORDIG029 DIGITAL-X Released: 6 October, 2014 Genre: Minimal/Tech House. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.

Tracklist Hide Credits

Other Side
A1 An Accident In Paradise (Remixed By Spicelab)
Remix – Spicelab
6:56
A2 An Accident In Paradise (Remixed By William Orbit And Spooky)
Remix – Spooky, William Orbit
6:44
This Side
B1 An Accident In Paradise (Remixed By Lenny Dee And John Selway)
Remix – John Selway, Lenny Dee
6:39
B2 An Accident In Paradise (Original Mix) 6:24

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Edition Cheyenne
  • Published By – Bernd Reisig Musikverlag
  • Published By – Neue Welt Musikverlag
  • Published By – Moonquake Music
  • Published By – Musik Edition Discoton GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA Music
  • Copyright (c) – WEA Music
  • Record Company – Warner Music Germany
  • Made By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe

Credits

  • Cover – A-brrrz´n Design*
  • Cover [For DTP-Reklamebüro] – Frankman
  • Lacquer Cut By – Hi*
  • Music By, Lyrics By – Ralf Hildenbeutel, Sven Väth
  • Photography By – Marc Trautmann*
  • Producer, Mixed By – R. Hildenbeutel*, S. Väth*

Notes

Label:
Edition Cheyenne/Bernd Reisig MV/Neue Welt MV/Moonquake/Musikedition Discoton

Sleeve:
Edition Cheyenne / Bernd Reisig M.V. / Neue Welt M.V. / Moonquake / Musikedition Discoton

℗ & © 1993 WEA Music · Ein Geschäftsbereich von Warner Music Germany · A Time Warner Company
Made in Germany

Later edition in a picture sleeve.
The earlier edition has an Eye Q company sleeve and a different etching on side A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 4509-93987-0
  • Label Code: LC 6450
  • Price Code: WE 231
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Variation 1): WMME Alsdorf 450 993987-0-A3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Variation 1): WMME Alsdorf 450 993988-0-B2 993987-0-B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A Variation 2): WMME Alsdorf 4̶5̶0̶ ̶9̶9̶3̶9̶8̶8̶-0-A 2 Hi 33u/MiN 450993987-0A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B Variation 2): WMME Alsdorf 4̶5̶0̶ ̶9̶9̶3̶9̶8̶8̶-0-B 2 450993987-0B2 Hi 33 u/MiN

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CORDIG029 DIGITAL-X Sven Väth An Accident In Paradise (Remixes) ‎(6xFile, MP3, 320) Cocoon Digital CORDIG029 DIGITAL-X Germany 2014
PRO 742 Sven Väth Accident In Paradise ‎(12", S/Sided, Promo) Eye Q Records PRO 742 Germany 1992
4509 93987-0, YZ 778T Sven Väth An Accident In Paradise (Remixes) ‎(12") Eye Q Records, Eye Q Records 4509 93987-0, YZ 778T Germany 1993
YZ 778CDDJ Sven Väth An Accident In Paradise ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Eye Q Records YZ 778CDDJ Germany 1993
4509 93988-2, YZ 778CD Sven Väth An Accident In Paradise (Remixes) ‎(CD, Maxi) Eye Q Records, Eye Q Records 4509 93988-2, YZ 778CD Germany 1993



Reviews about Sven Väth - An Accident In Paradise (Remixes) (3):
Tegore
An amazing piece of music. A2 used in the classic Northern Exposure 2 mix by Sasha & John Digweed.
Zicelik
I wonder if Supereal borrowed samples from label mates Orbit/Spooky for their Babylon mix of Depeche Mode's "I Feel You"?
Usishele
Not only was Sven Väth at the top of his game when he recorded the title track for his debut ‘solo’ album (Ralf Hildenbeutel was practically ever present whenever Sven Väth was in a recording studio back then), but each of the remixers on this release produced some of their finest work to date. The original mix is as per the album version. It’s an urgent and dramatic in your face ballet influenced dark had trancer with a mischievous hard acid line that sounds like a space monsters stomach suffering from a very bad dose of cosmic indigestion. The beats thump away with fist pumping percussion and twists and turns. The production is topped of with dark breathy occasional vocals and intense symphonic stabs. This track demands your attention and won’t let go of you until you’ve been rendered a shivering emotional wreck in the corner of a very dark and uncomfortable room. The Lenny Dee & John Selway remix actually ups the ante on the original, by taking a sparser, more film score emotive and even harder approach. After the lush opening string arrangement, no nonsense beats thrash down with occasional stuttering. Cleverly they keep the best bits from the original (practically all of it!), but somehow or another manage to make it more fist clenching. This sublime version flits effortlessly between hard as nails and soft and floaty – a rare feat indeed. As you’d expect, the Spicelab remix sits firmly in the ‘liquid monster trance’ fold. Again, this remix doesn’t stray too far from the original, but gives it a more futuristic and spacey feel. You’ll recognise a lot of the usual Oliver Lieb production techniques and samples, but he adds a slippery almost out of control set of synths to the proceedings and even introduced some of his own eastern inspired melodic chords. This has a wonderful clean and almost idyllic sheen to it, and is indeed the smoothest of all the versions. The William Orbit and Spooky remix starts rather inauspiciously, remaining true to the intricate minimalist sound that Spooky were pioneering at the time. It takes a more thoughtful and looped tribal approach but cleverly retains the baseline from the original as it builds layers of sounds. Compared to the other mixes, this is the most progressive in terms of structure and the classiest in terms of execution, particularly the drawn out new age violin strings in the second half. This won’t ignite dancefloors quite like the other versions, but builds momentum superbly, and makes for compelling home listening. Rarely has there ever been a 12” packed with such a fine set of remixes as this.

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