Annotation

One of two compilations released in 1995 bringing together the best exclusive tracks featured in Volume CD/Magazine. This one concentrating on dance music.

Note: This is the Best of Volume. It makes sense when you realise that Volume refers to the name of the series. Style corrections aren't necessary here and will wreck the title.

Annotation last modified on 2012-12-09 12:44 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Reefer Spin in the Galaxy The Orb 4:57
2 Low Cool (remix) Cabaret Voltaire 5:21
3 Fallen (The Last Monday Morning at Bobby N's remix) One Dove 5:24
4 One Day Björk 4:52
5 Hyperreal (remix) The Shamen 5:03
6 Bulletproof! (remix) Pop Will Eat Itself 4:51
7 Cybernetic The Grid 4:22
8 Miracle (Orb mix) System 7 6:14
9 Why Why Why? (remix) Underworld 8:20
10 Anything You Want (Volume vocal mix) Delta Lady 6:03
11 One Tribe (remix) The Drum Club 5:11
12 Lick Wid Nit Wit Sabres of Paradise 7:24
13 Aqualung (dub) Spooky 4:15
14 Belfast / Wasted (vocal mix) Orbital 7:03
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 He Was Copyright 5:29
2 Karmacoma (Bumper Ball dub) Massive Attack 3 5:56
3 You Don't Tricky 3 4:42
4 Lick a Shot (Baka Boys Vocal Up mix) Cypress Hill 3:30
5 Come Dancing Credit to the Nation 4:37
6 15 to 4 Little Axe 4:46
7 Venice Groove The Sandals 5:17
8 Elevate My Mind (live) Stereo MCs 4:07
9 Whiskey Priests Jah Wobble 5:28
10 Olivine Node 7:44
11 Confusion (Dimitri remix) New Order 5:23
12 Go (Subliminal mix) Moby 4:24
13 Slow Down Speedy LFO 3:13
14 Lanx 3 Autechre 3 5:43
15 En Trance to Exit The Aphex Twin 4:23
16 The Reefer Song Mindless Drug Hoover 1:53

Credits

CD 1

guitar:
Steve Hillage (track 11)
composer:
Björk (track 4)
editor:
Neil Barnes (track 10)
Paul Daley (track 10)
Kris Needs (track 10)
engineer:
Steve Dub (track 9)
Greg Hunter (track 8)
Ollie J (track 10)
Kim Lewis (track 11)
Al Stone (UK engineer) (track 4)
Ian Tregoning (track 14)
guest lead vocals:
Grant Fulton (track 14)
lyricist:
Björk (track 4)
mixer:
Andy 'Dare' Mason (UK producer/engineer) (track 7)
producer:
Boilerhouse (track 6)
Rico Conning (track 5)
Steve Dub (track 10)
Steve Hillage (track 8)
Nellee Hooper (track 4)
Kris Needs (track 10)
programming:
Neil Barnes (track 10)
Paul Daley (track 10)
Kris Needs (track 10)
recording engineer:
Ingo Vauk (track 7)
remixer:
Rico Conning (track 5)
The Orb (track 8)
Adrian Sherwood (track 6)
publisher:
Famous Music (renamed since 2007-05 as Sony/ATV Harmony/Melody) (track 4)
remix of:
Aqualung by Spooky (track 13)
Low Cool by Cabaret Voltaire (track 2)
Miracle by System 7 (track 8)
Why, Why, Why by Underworld (track 9)
recording of:
One Day (track 4)

CD 2

other instruments [a bit of everything]:
Jah Wobble (track 9)
drums (drum set):
Will Blanchard (track 7)
flute:
John Harris (member of Sandals) (track 7)
guitar:
Justin Adams (English guitarist/composer) (track 9)
Skip McDonald (track 6)
bass:
Ian Simmonds (track 7)
Doug Wimbish (track 6)
Jah Wobble (track 9)
percussion:
Talvin Singh (track 6)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Ferda (track 9)
Skip McDonald (track 6)
piano:
Mark Ferda (track 9)
sampler [samples]:
Derek Delves (track 7)
additional other vocals [funny noises]:
Adrian Sherwood (track 6)
additional producer:
Mad Professor (track 2)
arranger:
DJ Muggs (track 4)
assistant producer:
Mark Ferda (track 9)
composer:
Angelo Badalamenti (track 12)
Arthur Baker (American record producer and DJ) (track 11)
Sean Booth (UK electronic producer Autechre/Gescom) (track 14)
Rob Brown (UK electronic producer Autechre/Gescom) (track 14)
Gillian Gilbert (track 11)
Peter Hook (track 11)
Stephen Morris (New Order) (track 11)
Bernard Sumner (track 11)
Tricky (UK trip hop producer Adrian Thaws) (track 3)
engineer:
The Aphex Twin (track 15)
Autechre (English electronic music duo Rob Brown & Sean Booth) (track 14)
Nellee Hooper (track 2)
Massive Attack (track 2)
Mark Saunders (UK record producer) (track 3)
Paul Beckett (track 6)
Phil Dane (track 7)
Matthew Faddy (track 1)
Mark Ferda (track 9)
Neil Ferguson (track 5)
Michael Johnson (recording engineer and producer) (track 11)
Andy Peak (track 7)
John Smith (UK producer/engineer) (track 7)
lyricist:
Tricky (UK trip hop producer Adrian Thaws) (track 3)
miscellaneous support:
David Lynch (filmmaker) (track 12)
mixer:
Mad Professor (track 2)
DJ Muggs (track 4)
Mark Saunders (UK record producer) (track 3)
Mark Ferda (track 9)
Mark “Spike” Stent (producer, engineer) (track 2)
other vocals [backing vocals]:
Justin Adams (English guitarist/composer) (track 9)
Mark Ferda (track 9)
performer:
The Aphex Twin (track 15)
Schizophrenia (Tom Middleton) (track 15)
producer:
The Aphex Twin (track 15)
Autechre (English electronic music duo Rob Brown & Sean Booth) (track 14)
Arthur Baker (American record producer and DJ) (track 11)
Harry (track 5)
Nellee Hooper (track 2)
Hugh Jorsesnob (track 16)
Massive Attack (track 2)
DJ Muggs (track 4)
New Order (UK synth pop band) (track 11)
Mark Saunders (UK record producer) (track 3)
Boff (track 5)
Skip McDonald (track 6)
Adrian Sherwood (track 6)
Tricky (UK trip hop producer Adrian Thaws) (track 3)
Jah Wobble (track 9)
programming:
Paul Beckett (track 6)
remixer:
Dimitri (track 11)
Mad Professor (track 2)
vocals:
Paul Beckett (track 6)
Derek Delves (track 7)
John Harris (member of Sandals) (track 7)
Skip McDonald (track 6)
Ragga (vocals for Tricky) (track 3)
Tricky (UK trip hop producer Adrian Thaws) (tracks 2–3)
Jah Wobble (track 9)
writer:
Robert Del Naja (tracks 2, 2)
Louis Freese (track 4)
Bob Locke (tracks 2, 2)
Grant Marshall (tracks 2, 2)
Larry Muggerud (track 4)
Tim Norfolk (tracks 2, 2)
Adrian Thaws (tracks 2, 2)
Andrew Vowles (tracks 2, 2)
phonographic copyright by:
Island Records Ltd. (1995 –) (track 3)
publisher:
Anton Music (track 12)
Bobkind Music (track 12)
Cypress Phuncky Music (Cypress Hill publisher) (track 4)
Little Idiot Music (track 12)
O.K. Paul Music (track 12)
Warner‐Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (track 12)
Warp Music Ltd. (Warp Publishing) (track 14)
mixed at:
edit of:
remix of:
Go (original) by Moby (track 12)
Karmacoma by Massive Attack (track 2)
instrumental recording of:
Karmacoma (track 2)
is the basis for:
Operation Blade (track 11)
recording of:
Confusion (track 11)
Go (track 12)
Karmacoma (track 2)
Lanx 3 (track 14)
Lick a Shot (track 4)
You Don't (track 3)

Release Group

part of:Volume (CD-based magazine by Rob Deacon & Robin Gibson) (number: 18) (order: 18)