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C.J.Bolland - The 4th Sign download album

  • Performer: C.J.Bolland
  • Album: The 4th Sign
  • FLAC: 1929 mb | MP3: 1679 mb
  • Released: 1992
  • Country: Belgium
  • Style: Techno
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 598
C.J.Bolland - The 4th Sign download album

Bolland ‎– The 4th Sign (Mantra B2) R & S Records Belgium. Повторите попытку позже. Опубликовано: 11 окт. 2015 г. 1992 . Bolland ‎– The 4th Sign (Mantra B2) R & S Records Belgium.

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The 4th Sign ‎(2x12", Album). R & S Records, R & S Records. Rs 92024, rs 92024 lp. Belgium.

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2x12" Vinyl BE. R&S Records, RS92024. Ltd repress of this classic album from CJ BOLLAND !!! out of stock.

bolland - the analogue theatre. bolland - camargue: the remixes. bolland - electronic highway. the black dog with black sifichi - genetically modified (remix album).

2007 R&S Records.


Thrust 7:18
Spring Yard 5:06
Inside-Out 6:04
Mantra 6:42
Nightbreed 4:55
Aquadrive 6:35
Camargue 6:27
Pendulum 6:41


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS 92024, RS 92024 LP C.J.Bolland* The 4th Sign ‎(2x12", Album) R & S Records, R & S Records RS 92024, RS 92024 LP Belgium 1992
RS 92024 Cee Jay Bolland* The 4th Sign ‎(2x12", Album, Promo) R & S Records RS 92024 Belgium 1992
RS 92024 CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(2x12", Album, W/Lbl) R & S Records RS 92024 Belgium 1992
RS 92024 CD CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(CD, Album, J-C) R & S Records RS 92024 CD Belgium 1992
RS 92024 CD CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(CD, Album, Jew) R & S Records RS 92024 CD Belgium 1992
RS 92024 MC CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(Cass, Album) R & S Records RS 92024 MC UK & Europe 1992
SRCS 7804 CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(CD, Album) Sony Records SRCS 7804 Japan 1995
RS 92024 C.J. Bolland* The 4th Sign ‎(2x12", Album, RP) R & S Records RS 92024 Belgium 2006
RS 92024 LP, RS 92024 C.J.Bolland* The 4th Sign ‎(2xLP, Album) R & S Records, R & S Records RS 92024 LP, RS 92024 Belgium Unknown
WAB5425018905317 CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(9xFile, AAC, Album) Wack Attack Barrack WAB5425018905317 Belgium Unknown
RS 92024 CD CJ Bolland The 4th Sign ‎(CD, Album, Jew) R & S Records RS 92024 CD Belgium Unknown

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Yeah, Mantra is the winner for me also. Clanging and Groovy
What a release this is... as most people dig the two more "Techno-Trance hits" Carmague and Mantra, for me it's all about the opening track Thrust! A wicked mixture of early Hardcoretechno, Acid and even a little bit of Trance, this track is what still gives me goosebumps after all these years since I first heard it in 1993 on a tape recording from a Sven Väth performance from legendary German HR3 Clubnight radio show and later on a tape from DJ Tanith recorded at Hellraiser Rave in Amsterdam.It took me more than 10 years to find out who actually produced this track and it was an eye opener to recognize that Carmague and Mantra, which of course I also knew, were also produced by CJ Bolland and even were released on the same record.Btw., nice to know that CJ Bolland is still active today as I just recently saw and heard him play at the Unpolished Rave in Amsterdam in March.
Mantra was one of the best techno releases of the nineties and it still rocks today, Quality track :)
Thrust is the track of the album......Mantra is great too.
As good now as it was in 1992. Camargue is a main stay in my techno sets
Camargue and Mantra!!! Perfection right there!!!
one of my most played records in that time!
I love this vinyl.highly recommended.
I bought this EP for Mantra. I haven't really played the other tracks because Mantra is so good it's all I need. A massive toon!
You really miss out of some other fine tunes then. I recommend you to listen to them all at least once
Nightbreed is a killer!
Happy, happy memories from 'The Final Frontier' at Club UK and the Tribal Gathering festivals.Halcyon daze indeed!!
Just found a DJ promo copy of this amongst my vinyl boxes...Great days!
I recently took this one out of the collect for old (very old) times sake. CJ Bolland was one of the first personas in the world of electronic music my ears were exposed to. Despite sounding dated, all of his early albums are strong testaments, and undeniable musical influences to the era they were released in. And "The 4th Sign" is not that different. The album sounds old, and what do you know - old it is. A great mix of pounding beats, larger than life melodies, huge breaks, and a whole load of the good old rave energy! My memory recollects quite accuratelly though, how these tunes placed many smiles on many faces all over. Most tracks had that something which made a little cosy fire ignite around your heart. The opener Mantra, Pendulum and Camargue had beautiful, touching melodies, in the vein of early trance, yet they could still demand your presence on the dance floor. Thrust, Spring Yard and Jungle Man were the hard, uptempo party anthems, with the emphasis on Thrust and Spring Yard which both killed it with those epic beatless interludes, with melodies pouring out of everywhere, just moments before those fast drum rolls kick in! My favorites to this day remain Aquadrive, a frenetic break beat track with a hypnotizing melodic sequence atop, and occasional ambient breaks. Inside-Out, my personal pick here, still sends shivers down my spine, with those avalanches of spaced out leads descending from the sky and interlaceing in an endless plethora of sounds, melodies and beats. Awesome! Overall, just like "Electronic Highway" and "The Analogue Theatre", "The 4th Sign" is a great release for a year it was released in, and while it most certainly has a charm of its own even today, and a vast majority of these tracks can impress with the force and energy they delineate, my guess is that you can get the best CJ Bolland's debut has to offer if you were there around the time it was the item to keep an eye out for. Do not get discouraged and mislead, an album can be deeply encompassed in a time period it was released in, and still be great! That is the case here. Unquestionably this one is loaded with good music, and witnesses of the past will all confirm how much impact did CJ's sound leave on the world wide dance culture. As excellent as it may be, giving it a listen while simultaneously sponging up the stuff fashionable today, you might just get the wrong idea, if you follow.
Found this quite by chance one rainy day in South Africa. Really wasn't expecting too much, except I knew some of the R&S stuff so it couldn't be TOO bad could it? Blew my head away and in 2009 is still one of my all time favourites. Incredible driving music if you have long winding highways! Although I prefer to start at Mantra and let the trip evolve to Jungle Man, special mention should go to Thrust and Spring Yard. Was never lucky enough to hear these on the dance floor, but I twitch uncontrollably when my player throws CJ Bolland at me.
This is arguably the best thing that was ever put out on R&S. Every track on here is a belter, but the sublime string laden techno of 'Carmargue' is worth the price of the album on it's own. It's reduced me to tears on many occasions...*sniff*
Good all round album with varying styles from track to track, from the manic 'Thrust' and 'Spring Yard' to the more chilled out 'Camargue'. C J Bolland's style seems more experimental than that of Joey Beltram although they are both greats from the same stable and era. Another favourite from R&S.
The 4th Sign, CJ Bolland's full-length debut for R&S, is notably — and refreshingly — free of his previous singles successes for the label. Instead of padding out the LP with a few of the club hits he'd recorded during his four-plus years on R&S, Bolland uses the opportunity to explore new methods and construct an album of tracks that work together as well as apart. True, there's not that much different here musically; it's a nine-track course through much of the same hard techno and pummeling trance he'd been known for. But the effects programming is inventive and just a bit leftfield for the dancefloor (at least circa 1992), and Bolland ranges from sleek trance ("Aquadrive"), to hardcore ("Spring Yard"), to symphonic progressive house ("Camargue"). Though the best tracks ("Nightbreed," "Mantra," "Thrust") come with help from the Advent's Cisco Ferreira (maybe this should've been released as a Space Opera LP instead), The 4th Sign is a near-perfect debut.
grand star
Christian Jay Bolland's penultimate master work. Dense subly sequenced layers exploring a range of emotions, from deep aquatic mindscapes "Aquadrive" to pure unadulterated dancefloor mayhem "Inside Out"
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