Astral Projection ‎– Another World

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Trust In Trance Records ‎– T.I.T. CD 019
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1 Astral Projection Nilaya 9:25
2 Astral Projection Another World
Written-By – Guy Sebbag, Yaniv Haviv*
6:54
3 Astral Projection Visions Of Nasca 8:57
4 Astral Projection Searching For UFO's 10:26
5 Astral Projection Tryptomine Dream 9:51
6 Trilithon Trance Dance (Astral Projection Remix)
Remix – Astral ProjectionWritten-By – H. Schippers*
9:33
7 Astral Projection Mahadeva '99 8:21
8 Astral Projection Aqua Line Spirit
Written-By – Borris Blenn*
8:35
9 Astral Projection Still On Mars 7:31

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All tracks performed and recorded at Dance City.
Mastered at Village Mastering.

Under license from Trust In Trance Records via Phonokol Ltd., Israel.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 296134 213321
  • Barcode (String): 7296134213321
  • Matrix / Runout: 2133-2 D3 3113385 CDI www.cdi.co.il
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB82
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5F38
  • Rights Society: ACUM/BIEM

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRANR621 LP, TRANR621 CD Astral Projection Another World(2xLP, Album, TP) Transient Records, Transient Records TRANR621 LP, TRANR621 CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
INC-03, NTD 92503-22 Astral Projection Another World(CD, Album) Velvet Inc., Velvet Inc. INC-03, NTD 92503-22 Germany 1999 Sell This Version
2133-4 Astral Projection Another World(Cass, Album) Trust In Trance Records, Phonokol 2133-4 Israel 1999 Sell This Version
TRANR621 LP, TRANR621 CD Astral Projection Another World(2xLP, Album) Transient Records, Transient Records TRANR621 LP, TRANR621 CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
WHYCD011 Astral Projection Another World(CD, Album) Why Not Records WHYCD011 Sweden 1999 Sell This Version

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hard-trance

hard-trance

April 13, 2009
Astral Projection's "Another World" was released following the hugely sucessful "Dancing Galaxy",and continues on that tradition of massive, rich and deep sounds of previousAstral Albums. Nine mind-blowing compositions, kicked off by the heavenly and angelic sounds of 'Nilaya' - a floor killer that captures the soul and takes it into a psychicjouney into the chakras.The album theme "Another World"is a pulsting grooveoverlaid with skylining power riffs. "Visions of Nasca" - images of colliding magnetic fields that mold into powerful and mysterious 3D morphing grooves."Searching for UFOs" - a touching creation - a magical light from the galaxy beyond us with excitingmorning sounds. Other tracks include "Tryptomine Dream", "Aqua Line Spirit", Trance Dance and the legendary Mahadeva in a new form "Mahadeva 99". All in alla multidimensional sound scape, breaking new boundaries in Psy Trance.
Maurautius

Maurautius

January 18, 2008
This album is Astral Projection at their peak in my opinion. While I love all their albums, Another World always stuck out for me. The overall feel and theme of the music is very futuristic and outerspace... Which is something I love in trance music. When an artist or album successfully captures this feeling in their music I go crazy for it. Tracks like "Nilaya" and "Tryptomine Dream" give these space images very well. Its debatable if Astral Projection is still considered goa trance as I write this review, but back when Another World came out, there was no better artist in the genre!
Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

January 24, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Hearing Another World 6-7 years after its release is a real gem and a beatiful trip down trance & music memory lane. This album holds all the essentials that made me fall in love with trance in the first place and oozes talent, ideas, and a profound love of music. The melodies, the force of sounds, the simplicity & the complexity. It's all here. The boys from Astral Projection really were walking on water back then and this album one of many milestones in their career.

Need I pick one favourite it'd be Searching For U.F.O.'s, but it really isn't worthwhile doing. Everything is 7/5 here.

An essential in any trance collection.