Throughout the '90s, when German trance producer Oliver Lieb practically defined the genre, he produced tracks under a countless array of names, the most successful being L.S.G. The Frankfurt, Germany, producer's career first began to blossom in 1992. He was recording for a number of labels at the time under a host of monikers. However, it was the Quicksand 12" released on Harthouse Records under the name Spicelab that became Lieb's first big success. A year later, in 1993, he had another successful release, "Fragile," this time on the Superstition label under the name L.S.G. Where the Spicelab tracks are epic, dark, and a bit ambient, the L.S.G. tracks are more dancefloor-orientated and more melodic -- essentially the prototype for late-'90s Hooj Choons-style trance.