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Tracklist

Falling 17:59
We Got Spice (Part 1-4) 19:14
A Day On Our Planet 17:49
Planet Spice 16:19

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HH CD 009 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet ‎(CD, Album) Harthouse HH CD 009 Germany 1994
HHLP 009 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet ‎(2xLP, Album) Harthouse HHLP 009 Germany 1994
HHLP 009 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet ‎(2xLP, Album, TP) Harthouse HHLP 009 Germany 1994
P 50119-2 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet ‎(CD, Album) Planet Earth Recordings P 50119-2 US 1995
HH 1003-2 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet ‎(CD, Album) Harthouse America HH 1003-2 US 1995
SOLD 005 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet LP ‎(4xFile, MP3, Album, RM, 320) Solieb Digital SOLD 005 Germany 2011
SOLD 005 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet LP ‎(4xFile, WAV, Album, RM) Solieb Digital SOLD 005 Germany 2011
SOLD 005 Spicelab A Day On Our Planet LP ‎(4xFile, FLAC, Album, RM, 24 ) Solieb Digital SOLD 005 Germany 2013


Spicelab - A Day On Our Planet mp3 download
Performer: Spicelab
Genre: Electronic
Title: A Day On Our Planet
Country: Germany
Released: 1994
Style: Trance
MP3 version ZIP size: 1705 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1803 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 132
Other Formats: XM WMA AIFF MP2 MIDI VOX MP3

BORZOTA
I have to agree with all these comments - Falling is Lieb's magnum - Your comment's transcend 90's closurestill his Opus It is a RIP trackIs everybody inspired :)
betelgeuze
Spicelab "Falling" is a Masterpiece that Transcends all genres in the electronic sphere. On par with some of the finest IDM/Trance/Techno/Ambient ever created. Reminds me of listening to Autechre's 444 for the first time sends chills up your spine. That's when you know a masterpiece has been created.
Nettale
-"You should always take responsibility for your mistakes" my mother told me... so here we go! Posted wrongly my opinion at the CD-release version some years back, without never ever seen a copy in that format with my own two blue eyes; how could I be so blind?!I'm old for heavens sake - CD's is for schmucks, and every other sound carrying source, except for vinyl of course (!), is probably an ill intended conspiracy, trying to micromanage fine people like you and me!So here is my review, somewhat late but anyway: eyqq June 28, 2014The track "Falling" has always been, now and forever, the, obvious, soundtrack for my life; consisting a emotional ambivalence and beauty... I reckon that it will be played, and provide the atmosphere, at my funeral; while the pastor is preaching!?30+ something now but still: goose bumps present themselves when listened to; while it also carries the memories of a past and cheerful, intoxicated, youth.AmenEdit: The sample in Fallings intro is taken from the movie "Silence of the lambs" - a scene where a cop, in an elevator, talking into a walkie talkie: "... He sees to be hanging on; top three floor secured; main stair wall secured, we think he's on two"
Marige
Spicelab's tracks get longer and even more spacey on A DAY ON OUR PLANET, from the quick and mesmerizing trance of "Falling" to the industrial outer space battle of "We Got Spice." The title track lets itself build and thrum, and "Planet Spice" rounds out the album on a more mysterious note, with the whir and click of a camera flashbulb halfway through before heading out with a string orchestra. Despite the long run times of the individual track, Lieb offers enough variation within the track itself, segueing from one mood to the next, to keep the listener from falling completely into a soporific trance. Instead, the trance is lively, engaging and pretty sweet.
Gavinranadar
This is one of the best examples electronic music from the early 90s and a great show case for the sublime production skills of Oliver Lieb.With just 4 tracks all over 15 mins long it covers trance, techno, ambient and real experimentation so typical of the Harthouse releases of the time.The first track falling is truly awesome from its eerie build-up of almost 5 mins of spaced out sounds with samples from silence of the lambs till the high hats and drums kick in. From then it builds and builds to a crescendo of beautiful trance which would turn any dance floor into a mass of seething bodies. The final part is more perfect trance with multi layers of soring synths and break beats with samples from "The Hitch Hikers Guide to The Universe" BBC TV series from the early 80s. This is one of my favourite pieces of music across all genres and still sounds fresh after 20 years!The rest of the Album contains more of the same excellent production with a more experimental, harder sound-still top stuff but never reaching the heights of the first track.The final track finishes with pure bliss that is a mix of classical music and trance that has to be cranked up to max volume, yet again showing the what a consummate musician and composer Lieb is. A man who helped define and invent a genre caught at the height of his powers. Sheer brilliance!
from earth
super production.one of the most beloved vinyl.Recommended tracks:A Falling D Planet Spice
Buge
The track "Falling" has always been, now and forever, the, obvious, soundtrack for my life; consisting a emotional ambivalence and beauty... I reckon that it will be played, and provide the atmosphere, at my funeral; while the pastor is preaching!?30+ something now but still: goose bumps present themselves when listened to; while it also carries the memories of a past and cheerful, intoxicated, youth. Amen
Anardred
This is without doubt one of Oliver Lieb's best releases to date and a true (Electronic-Dance-)Musical masterpiece and will, hopefully, now get the recognition it so much deserves. The tracks' style is such a perfect blend of ambient, trance, techno and house, these tracks can't but challenge the listener's opinion on how much these genres actually differ from one another, seeing how these genres can compliment each other so well. When looking at EDM genres in present form, listening to this album could easily make the listener start to see great shortcomings in today's producers, who try gaining or securing popularity by releasing and shamelessly promoting cheap rehashes of the same formula over and over, for the sake of keeping the genre's popular sound and in fear of not sounding like the other tracks in this genre.EDM genres have now grown so far apart from each other that many Uplifting Trance 'fans' admit feeling insulted when associated with Hands-Up, another Trance subgenre obviously closely related. A Day On Our Planet is a perfect opposite to that. Each track clearly portrays the presence of several, distinct, genres, woven into one another in such a manner, an entirely new dynamic occurs, one that transcends the obvious limitations tracks of just one genre naturally have. This newly available dynamic is mainly used as a structural tool, sometimes to lead the atmospherical, stylistic and emotional contexts, other times to support the dynamics within these contexts. In short these tracks are works of art, on a structural level extremely complex, resulting in stronger emotional, physical and mental reactions to EDM most people would deem possible, all this while the flows of events have a more natural feeling to them than any other EDM tracks before. Not just a classic, an overwhelming and unique experience during a journey through and with music.Timeless.
Pad
Great memories of this record
Daron
yeah, to me this is the best trance album of all time (Orbital - Diversions a close 2nd). a totally timeless, emotional, introspective journey like no other. truly masterful composition, production, & soundscapes way ahead of its time. these tracks build like cinematic orchestrations of the 3rd Eye's perception into infinity. mind blowing trips off this album that will stay with me for the rest of my life. thanks Oliver for showing the world what real trance is.
Olelifan
In my opinion one of Oliver Lieb's strongest releases. It got woefully overlooked due to his quarrels with Harthouse at the time, which in turn lead to a severe lack of promotion. Quite unjust, as this LP contains some of the most wonderful music to ever come out of Oliver's studio. "Falling", with its spine-chilling intro, hazy samples and tense melodics, as well as the fiercely driving tribal workout "We Got Spice Pt.1-4" show yet again that Oliver knows how to handle both the dancefloor and the home listening environment quite brilliantly.