Akasha Project ‎– Scent Of Life

Label:
High Society (3) ‎– HS CD 017
Format:
2 × CD, Album, Mixed
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1-01 Electrosmog 6:53
1-02 Jambo 9:25
1-03 Cosmic Kindergarten 7:05
1-04 Contact 7:06
1-05 Devil Inside 10:20
1-06 Braincheck 9:56
1-07 Chain Of Reaction 10:00
1-08 Lysahead 5:39
1-09 Ectoplasm 8:40
2-01 Matkara 13:54
2-02 Neutrino 6:42
2-03 Wer Nicht Träumen Kann (THC-Tune)
Performer – Hans Cousto
10:42
2-04 Morphinol 7:35
2-05 The Other Side 3:44
2-06 3rd Ear Reflector (THC-Tune)
Performer – Hans Cousto
4:07
2-07 Troubados 4:57
2-08 Female Plant (THC-Tune)
Performer – Hans Cousto
4:12
2-09 Stoned Basement (THC-Tune)
Performer – Hans Cousto
4:44
2-10 Sunline (Sun-Tune)
Performer – Hans Cousto
3:40
2-11 Delira 10:04

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 04327-2
  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA-CD 04327-2

Credits

Notes

Footnote (translated from German) about the tracks marked as "THC-Tune" and "Sun-Tune":
Molecular and cosmically attuned to the sounds heirs calculations by Hans Cousto "The Cosmic Octave"

Disc 1: total time 75:11
Disc 2: total time 74:28

Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18750 43272 8
  • Matrix / Runout: CRS 002645-1 HS-CD-017 A
  • Matrix / Runout: CRS 002645-2 HS-CD-017 B

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Joseph_S

Joseph_S

October 11, 2015

This label gained cult status and most of its releases fetch a lot of money, certainly not for the quality since a lot of times this was lacking but because it was the label which launched Etnica, Tim Schuldt and Boris Blenn. It didn’t release only Goa Trance and output in terms of quality was grossly inconsistent. It even released something laughable, see Psychedelic Beer (Potions Of The Future).
Speaking of Scent Of Life, I like this one. First of all this is not Goa but Techno-Trance on one disc and Ambient/Chillout on the other. The Techno-Trance disc is hard and relentless with little breaks and melodies. Tracks are not much varied either and they are faded into each other so there are no pauses and not much time to catch up breath. Disc 2 is more varied, it has some ethnic sounds and experimental, almost drone parts too. Disc 1 is my favourite
Released in 1999, disc 1 especially sounds it was made a lot earlier. Obscure, versatile, decent but no groundbreaking stuff, mostly a collector’s item if you ask me.