Various ‎– Trancemaster Vol.1

Label:
Eurovision Soundcarriers ‎– 302.4001.2 42, Eurovision Soundcarriers ‎– 302.4001.2
Series:
Trancemaster – Vol.1
Format:
CD, Compilation
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1 Station Rose Public Brain Session
Written-By – G. Danner*
0:37
2 Dance 2 Trance Where Is Dag?
Written-By – DJ Dag, Jam El Mar
6:20
3 Outlander ESP
Written-By – D. Morley*, M. Salon*
4:20
4 Resistance D Cosmic Love
Written-By – Maurice*, F.E.O.S.*
7:33
5 Hypnotist* Pioneers Of The Warped Groove (Remix)
Written-By – Smith*
7:11
6 S.M.I.L.E. Ritual Trance (Evolution Mix)
Remix – Evolution (2)
5:31
7 Irresistible Force* Space Is The Place (Intergalactic Ambient Mix)
Written-By – Mixmaster Morris
8:04
8 Frank De Wulf Afrika's Rhyme
Written-By – F. De Wulf*
4:41
9 Spacecube* Dolphins
Written-By – Pooley*, Gerlach*
6:11
10 Phobia Phobia (Holy Atom)
Written-By – Pink Elln
7:32
11 Komakino Frogs In Space (Trance Mix)
Written-By – H. Wick*
6:20
12 Evolution (2) Equilibrium
Written-By – Evolution (2)
5:51
13 Speedy J De-Orbit
Written-By – J. Paap*
6:11

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Notes

Complete title is "Trancemaster Vol. I - Ambient Dance II Trance Chill Out - True Hallucinations".

The first title, "Public Brain Session" by Stanton Rose, is featured excerptedly as "bridge" at the end of every following track.

Track durations printed on back-cover are not accurate.
Track 3 is credited to TZ 4 as artist.

c 1992 Eurovision Soundcarriers
040/ 319 18 01

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4005902612128
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 302-4001-2 A6 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 302-4001-2 13 A3 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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rec.7

rec.7

February 22, 2015
edited 6 months ago

It reminds me on my youth, tapes, first rave weekends in warehouses and strange clubs after the fall of the wall. We had no idea what the DJs were playing. Months later we heard the tracks again, on Trancemaster 1. Timeless techno classics: pure, rough with a mellow touch.
Josephschembri

Josephschembri

January 18, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

Historical release, what can I say?
I won't be reviewing the music - but section 4.6.2. of the guidelines-

If the releases in the series have a number associated with them, this can be entered into the 'catalog number' field adjacent to the series name. Enter the numbering as it appears on the release, for example, "Vol. One", "Part 6".

So please unless rules change or a special allowance is done for this series by the management stop updating Vol.1 to 1 to make it sort at the top of the series.

We all agree it looks pathetic having the first volume of such a series at the bottom but unfortunately the rule ATM is that. 'Updating' and reverting back and forth is a waste of energy and a source of unwished discussions.

Same goes for from Trancemaster 2004 up - don't change it to 24 etc.!