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Moonface - Between Worlds Mp3

  • Performer: Moonface
  • Album: Between Worlds
  • Label: Bedrock Records
  • Catalog #: MOONLP1, MoonLP1
  • MP3: 2532 mb | FLAC: 1648 mb
  • Released: 2001
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Progressive House, Techno, Progressive Trance
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 498
  • Category: Electronic
Moonface - Between Worlds Mp3


1Naan Madol
Engineer – Jon Gray
2Children Of The Sun
4U Get So Give
5Synchronized Knowledge


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MoonCD1Moonface Between Worlds ‎(CD, Album)Bedrock RecordsMoonCD1UK2001
PIO-CD-5159-2Moonface Between Worlds ‎(CD, Album)Pioneer PIO-CD-5159-2US2001
noneMoonface Between Worlds ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Bedrock RecordsnoneUK2000


  • DesignGroupe
  • Mastered ByJA
  • Photography ByNick Veasey
  • Producer, Written-ByPhil Thompson


Catalog number "MOONLP1" in on the spine
Catalog number "MoonLP1" is on the back cover

"℗ 2001 Bedrock Music Limited."
"© 2001 Bedrock Music Limited."

"Manufactured in the EU"


  • Barcode: 5037023600219
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching): MOON LP 1 - A1 PMB JA C
  • Other (Side A Sticker Code): MoonLP1 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching): MOON LP 1 - B1 PBM C
  • Other (Side B Sticker Code): MoonLP1 B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etching): MOON LP 1 - C1 PBM E JA
  • Other (Side C Sticker Code): MoonLP1 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etching): MOON LP 1 - D1 PBM D
  • Other (Side D Sticker Code): MoonLP1 D
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E Etching): MOON LP 1 - E1 PBM JA F
  • Other (Side E Sticker Code): MoonLP1 E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F Etching): MOON LP 1 - F1 PBM E
  • Other (Side F Sticker Code): MoonLP1 F
  • Other (Side A & B Sleeve Code): MoonLP1 A/B
  • Other (Side C & D Sleeve Code): MoonLP1 C/D
  • Other (Side E & F Sleeve Code): MoonLP1 E/F


  • Licensed From – Pioneer Entertainment (USA) Inc.
  • Licensed To – Orbital Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bedrock Music Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Bedrock Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Copyright Control


Criminally underrated Bedrock album and generally overlooked in the States, where I scored a cheap CD copy after paying $32.99 for the 3xLP at UrbAndWax in Gainesville, FL in 2001. Everyone will have their faves, but "U Get So Give" is so fierce that its an easy fave. "Spirals" samples Cultural Vibe's "Ma Foom Bay" excellently and was a groovy set builder in 2001/2002 when you wanted to play opposite to the DJs that were slaves to the snoozier US house records of the day. The rest of the album? You'll need to take that journey on your own.
Syncronized Knowledge and Roton are timeless pieces of music
I only got to know Moonface's material after John Digweed started playing his tracks, and this two record collection is my favorite of his works. Spirals is a slower and more melodic track great for drops in sets. I also enjoy Synchronised Knowledge and Roton, but to me the best track is Children of the Sun which in my opinion is an instant classic. It has an excellent beat driven build which is great for building up a set from an ambient drop towards and high dance floor peak.
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