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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Berlin Entrance
Vocals – Berlin Club Scene
3:10
2 What Is Space? 5:56
3 Ambition
Vocals – Daniela Hoenow
5:57
4 Timeout
Vocals – Yolanda*
4:53
5 Environ-Mentality (Act 3)
Vocals – Mark Reeder
8:16
6 Change Within 6:50
7 The Gap
Vocals – Annie Lloyd
5:18
8 Trust
Vocals – N-Sonique
3:03
9 Fear Of The Unknown 6:32
10 Culture Clash 3:34
11 Home 3:30
12 All Our Colors 6:03
13 Afreuropamericastaustralica
Vocals – Ute Lampka-Konrad
6:28
14 The Good Earth
Vocals – Jessica Linsky
7:11

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Rough Trade Distribution – 123.7055.2 42
  • Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria

Credits

  • Mastered By [Digitally Mastered], Technician [Post-produced] – Wolfgang Ragwitz
  • Vocals – Mijk Van Dijk (tracks: 2, 3, 9 to 12)
  • Written-by [Words And Music], Producer – Mijk Van Dijk

Notes

All words and music were written and produced by Mijk Van Dijk at LoopLap Berlin-Schöneberg
Mastered at artephon Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg.

"All Our Colours" was inspired by "Can You Feel it?" by Fingers Inc.
"The Good Earth" borrowed from Douglas Adams' Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (Ch. 23)

Very special thanks to Wolfgang Ragwitz without your incredible help this album would really sound different.
Yolanda appears courtesy of Happy Records / Submerge Detroit
N-Sonique appears courtesy of Error 144-Reboot? Productions

Famous last words: Rave to live, don't live to rave!

Distributed in G/A/S by RTD
(P)+(C) 1994 MFS

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 005902 705523
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4005902705523
  • Matrix / Runout: 123-7055-2 11 A1
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6407

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MFS 7055-1 Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica - The Album ‎(2xLP, Album) MFS MFS 7055-1 Germany 1994
EMR 001 Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica - The Album 1994 Director's Cut ‎(14xFile, WAV, Album) Environ-Mental Recordings EMR 001 Germany 2010
EMR 001 Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica - The Album 1994 Director's Cut ‎(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Environ-Mental Recordings EMR 001 Germany 2010
MFS 7055-1 Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica - The Album ‎(2xLP, Album, TP) MFS MFS 7055-1 Germany 1994
MFS 7055-1 Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica - The Album ‎(2xLP, Album, Blu) MFS MFS 7055-1 Germany 1994


Mijk Van Dijk Presents Microglobe - Afreuropamericasiaustralica FLAC album

Musician performer: Mijk Van Dijk

Title: Afreuropamericasiaustralica

Country: Germany

Date of release: 1994

Style: Trance

Genre: Electronic

Size FLAC: 1220 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 184

Other Formats: WMA AUD VOC AC3 DTS RA MP4

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Shem
one of my favorite MFS releases! like said above, these are not the most groundbreaking tunes of the 90-95 trance era but they sure are a bit more mature than some of their peers of their time. mijk van dijk may have changed his sound somewhat over the years but i still consider him one of the founding fathers of trance. a great release!
Shem
one of my favorite MFS releases! like said above, these are not the most groundbreaking tunes of the 90-95 trance era but they sure are a bit more mature than some of their peers of their time. mijk van dijk may have changed his sound somewhat over the years but i still consider him one of the founding fathers of trance. a great release!
from earth
I don't think any of the tracks on here are outstanding or would make great singles but somehow this album works. Its one of those ones that I enjoy listening to straight through. 5/5.
from earth
I don't think any of the tracks on here are outstanding or would make great singles but somehow this album works. Its one of those ones that I enjoy listening to straight through. 5/5.