Paul Oakenfold ‎– A Voyage Into Trance

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Genetic Trancemission
Man With No Name Sly-Ed
Dynamix The Rezistor
Man With No Name Teleport
The Infinity Project Superbooster
Mandra Gora Wicked Warp
Prana Voyager III (Voodoo Remix)
Ayahusca* New Moon
The Infinity Project Feeling Weird
Slinky Wizard Wizard
Black Sun Fat Buddha
Hallucinogen LSD

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
bflcd 14 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(CD, Mixed) Dragonfly Records bflcd 14 UK 1995 Sell This Version
CLP 1085-2 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(CD, Comp, Mixed) Hypnotic CLP 1085-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
CLP 1085-2 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(CD, Mixed) Hypnotic CLP 1085-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
CLP 1234-2 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(CD, Mixed, RE) Hypnotic CLP 1234-2 US 2002 Sell This Version
CLP 1335 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(DVD, Mixed) Hypnotic CLP 1335 US 2004 Sell This Version
CLP 1594-2 Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(CD, Mixed, Comp + DVD, RM) Hypnotic CLP 1594-2 US 2006 Sell This Version
none Paul Oakenfold A Voyage Into Trance(Cass, Mixed, Unofficial) Universal (3), RCA (2) none Russia Unknown Sell This Version

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jiggawhat

jiggawhat

January 26, 2012
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, CD, Mixed, bflcd 14
As an album, its not very strong, because Hallucinogen - LSD and Man With No Name - Teleport pretty much carry the album. Its hard to listen to a Goa album continuously in its entirety when its driving throughout - as opposed to Oakenfold's Goa Mix, which mixes in some other styles as well. I would suggest listening to Hallucinogen's artist album Twisted and Astral Projection's Trust In Trance if you want a good classic Goa album.

It sounds a little dated, too. Aside from LSD and Teleport, which everyone knows, most of the other tracks are somewhat forgettable or simplistic.
chesyar76

chesyar76

March 10, 2011
edited over 3 years ago
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, CD, Mixed, Comp + DVD, RM, CLP 1594-2

Perfect Goa mix, great tracks. A good choice for people who are just starting listen Goa trance. The general flavour of genre.
colintraveller

colintraveller

December 17, 2010
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, CD, Mixed, bflcd 14


Oakenfold only put his name to it and may have picked the tracks ..

as i have the cd .. as the ending reeks of tweaked on a pc ..

planet-noise

planet-noise

May 20, 2005
edited over 10 years ago
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, CD, Mixed, bflcd 14

When I first listen to the "Order Odonata" compilation, I thought "this is it - Trance music has changed forever". As mentioned: "Hit after hit after hit..."

However, Oakenfold's set was a big disapointment: he miss the whole feeling that you got from "Order Odonata" compilation, which contains more or less the same tracks. Mny of them are old-favorites.

The musical editing, the amateur DJ mix, a bad mastering, and the fact that nobody thought about spiliting the set into seperate tracks, shows that it's not enough just to put a few good tracks into a continues mux. Music has to "Flow", and on this case it doen't work!

I never realy liked Oakenfold work, but this CD is simply a disaster!!! Shame on you, Paul!

November 22, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, CD, Mixed, bflcd 14
This compilation has it.
The true spirit of goatrance is manifested on this unbelievable trip to the sources of energy and movement. Hit after hit, after hit, after hit takes you to somewhere you have never truly been. Paul Oakenfold has done a masterpiece in mixing and compilating. This compilation is a must-to-hear and a splendid purchase to any collection.

10/5!

urzh

urzh

August 7, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, DVD, Mixed, CLP 1335

This DVD has not met my expectations, unfortunately. The music selection is great, but I already had this mix on CD, and if you're a real psychedelic fan, then you should already have most of these tracks elsewhere. The 3D videos are very primitive, consist of geometric shapes ONLY (do NOT expect to see the real Teleport video by Man With No Name), and are probably just a bit more complicated than winamp/windowsmedia visualization plugins. The 3-dimensionality is also poor: images look like consisting of three very distinct planes, red in the foreground, green in the middle and blue in the background. You can't perceive the videoset as 3D until you forget about those planes. But to finish on a positive note, this DVD is definitely one of a kind. By the way, it can be viewed without glasses at all, if you don't need 3-dimensionality.
rfosgatepower

rfosgatepower

April 12, 2004
referencing A Voyage Into Trance, DVD, Mixed, CLP 1335

I just wanted to say that I own this DVD and one downfall is that it only comes with 1 pair of the glasses. You can order more online at several places. When I ordered mine you could choose between HD glasses and regular glasses. HD being for video, regular being for internet and printed images. I ordered the HD glasses and when I got them I noticed my glasses that came with DVD were definately regular glasses. The DVD is awesome and I dont want to deter anybody from buying it, I just wanted to point out that you may want more glasses and if you do get the HD glasses as their is a noticeable difference. If you love the DVD like I did you may want to get the other glasses anyways because they are better.