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Tracklist

Desire (Original Mix) 6:45
Hypersleep 8:14
Animal Magic 5:33
Collect Call 5:56
Martian Chronics 6:29
Jazzed Out (Remix) 5:51
Definition Of Love 7:06
Desire (Wishful Thinking Mix) 5:28
Waiting For Me 7:00
Long Distance 6:50
See Forever 8:24

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS 97109 CD Voyager Future Retro ‎(CD, Album) R & S Records RS 97109 CD Germany 1997
RS 97109 Voyager Future Retro ‎(3xLP, Album) R & S Records RS 97109 Belgium 1997
SRCS 8314 Voyager Future Retro ‎(CD, Album) R & S Records SRCS 8314 Japan 1997
RS 97109 CD Voyager Future Retro ‎(CD, Album) R & S Records RS 97109 CD Belgium 1997
RS97109CDPROMO Voyager Future Retro ‎(CD, Album, Promo) R & S Records RS97109CDPROMO Belgium 1997


Voyager  - Future Retro mp3 download
Performer: Voyager
Genre: Electronic
Title: Future Retro
Country: Germany
Released: 1997
Style: Drum n Bass
MP3 version ZIP size: 1119 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1637 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 992
Other Formats: VOC APE MPC TTA FLAC MP4 AAC

Keel
Pete comments on the ‘Hypersleep’ official release, sample clearance and the remix series in a period, when a wave of noir was sweeping the scene.“So the track itself wasn’t released until at least a year or so after it was made, due to me wanting it to be included on the ‘Future Retro’ album. I had plenty of offers to release the track as a single, but I wanted to keep it, and put it out as a part of the album release.However, the release of the album got screwed pretty badly by legal BS that kept it from being released for at least a year, by which time d&b had moved back to the darkness and wasn’t really into the whole deep atmospheric vibes much anymore, so by the time it finally got its release, it was over a year old, and released into a scene that on the whole, had retreated back into being a lot less accessible to a lot of people, which was in direct contrast to a lot of the tracks that had been released during the previous few years. Also releasing ‘Hypersleep’ as a single in its original version had a few issues, the biggest being it sampled quite a large chunk of spoken text from a major Hollywood movie, and releasing it without gaining clearance would probably have been a bit tricky. So I decided to keep the original version on the album, and get a couple of vocal actors in to redo the speech for the single release version. It didn’t sound too bad, but it didn’t have same impact or vibe of the original, but there was nothing I could really do, as there was no way R&S would have released the original and not got clearance.I did a remix of it which was pretty pale in comparison to the original, and so did EZ Rollers. To be honest, I didn’t know quite what to make of the remix from EZR, they took it into the dark and techy vibes that were all over the scene at that time, and it wasn’t really my thing…..but whatever. I’ve thought about rebooting the original, but every time I do, I run it through my mind, and I don’t come up with anything that gets close, or can offer anything that can better that original vibe that captured a time and place so perfectly for me”.
Bundis
anybody know if hypersleep the original mix or the revamp on this?
Mash
I'm pleased to inform you that it's the original mix
MeGa_NunC
Repress please @R&S! No need to repress SAW 85-92 another million times, this is needed more
Brick my own
Voyager's FUTURE RETRO opens with probably its strongest track, the dreamy "Desire," aided in no small part by Christina Murphy's vocals and the sharp drum programming (the "Wishful Thinking Mix" later in the album brings things to a torch-song speed). "Hypersleep" carries the dreaminess, buoyed by a sample from the film _Aliens_, and the atmospheric d'n'b edges into some jazz with "Animal Magic." "Collect Call" lets the bass go deeper, while "Jazzed Out" stays low and slow, for a jazzy R&B groove replete with saxophone, only to bring things back up with the jazzstep of "Definition of Love." "Waiting for Me" goes thicker with the atmosphere, and the final track, "See Forever" drifts in its spaciousness. Quite the voyage indeed!