DON'T STOP 'TIL I COME
If you like extended, low-frequency response at high sound pressure levels, then you will be
in for an exciting and enjoyable ride. However, if you are uncomfortable with bass and do not wish
to explore the boundaries of your audio system, then leave now -- before the exits are sealed."
Cyberia had become a quasi-religious way of life -- far more than just a maudlin frame of mind
or a one-way trip through an imaginary escape hatch out of the harshness of the material world.
Cyberia became real.
We could see it through the black light and smell it through bubblegum-flavoured smoke. We could
touch it and taste it and hold it and fuck it. It was the time when the Matrix became more than
just William Gibson's terrifying nightmare, the time of an additional workload and minions, when Garbage
came to town, and when being commissioned by professionals
in the business resulted in an unrelated
"series of discs to take your clothes off to".
Wielding this power and popularity with condescending ease, those recurring visits to Cyberia were far more
than the mere valve that vents personal frustration as it gradually replaced the ordinary, civilian world --
which was left in the wake of leaded exhaust fumes as many thousands of kilometres were carved on asphalt
tracks between the stations of a hectic schedule and transformed into the imaginary home away from the regular
abode where one would tend to hygienic matters and store their garb.
That was 15 Minutes.
Blurb: "Following the surprising success of Cyberia and
Cyberia 2.01, we proudly present Cyberia 3 to complement the previous
two. We originally intended to compile this album at a much later stage, but when we realised what excellent
music had suddenly hit the scene - we just couldn't fucking resist! Again, our mixing style has changed a bit,
yet we are constantly learning and improving. Many thanks go to another unnamed DJ for supplying most of the
music and much of the inspiration, and Oh! Lest we forget, Miss P. for moral support and late-night assistance
in the art department. We trust that you will enjoy this compilation as much as we suffered making it and must
warn you: pre-production of Cyberia 4 has already begun...
Thank YOU for your continued support and remember: Music piracy is ILLEGAL!"
Intro: Cyberia 3 launches what has become a classic and excellent compilation of primarily
trance and generally more cerebral dance music with what can only be described as the "perfect" intro.
||Don't stop (ATB Remix) - ATB
||9 PM (Till I come) (Sequential One 1999 Remix) - ATB
||Don't stop (C.L.U.B.B. Mix) - ATB
||It's a fine day (ATB Remix) - Miss Jane
||The launch (Original Mix) - DJ Jean
||Battlestar Galactica (D.O.N.S. Strike Command Mix) - TV Junkeez
||La (DJ Taucher Mix) - Marc et Claude
||For an angel (PvD E-Werk Club Mix) - Paul van Dyk
||Cream (Paul van Dyk Mix) - Blank & Jones
||Riflebullet (Generator Mix) - G-Freak
||Carte Blanche (Original Mix) - Veracocha
||Voco me (Flim Flam Remix) - DJ I.C.O.N.
||The living dream (Main Vocal) - Sundance
||Waveshaper (Kai's Tracid Mix -> Pulse Mix) - K
||Lizard (Gigi D'Agostino Remix) - Mauro Picotti
||Many tons overload (Original Version) - Deejay Ton TB
||Clubbed to death (Kurayamino Mix) - Rob D
With the existing Cyberia series having graduated to a production run of around thirty copies
and a similar amount of pre-release orders, a properly polished package and professional presentation
became a prerequisite. Preserving only the fonts, a revised layout -- consisting of primarily a clean,
white background -- was proposed.
Total Running Time: 73:17
Released: September 8th, 1999
Recordable Media: Sony
Disclaimer: As some of the music was originally sourced from vinyl, record scratches and other
noise beyond our control may be audible at times.