Astral Projection ‎– Unmixed

Transient Records ‎– tranr627lp
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

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All tracks are published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
Analog and digital mastering at Dance City Masters.
Design at Device

Made in England.

This Compilation:
℗2000 Transient Records under exclusive license from Phonokol.
©2000 Transient Records.

A DJ mix credit to Avi Nissim is present on the release but the tracks are not mixed.
Track A2 is listed as only "Dancing Galaxy (Remix)" on the labels, but as listed above on the sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 61171 26271 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): MPO TRANR 627LP A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): MPO TRANR 627LP B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): MPO TRANR 627LP C1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): MPO TRANR 627LP D1
  • Label Code: lc 6110

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TRANR627LP Astral Projection Unmixed(12", TP, W/Lbl) Transient Records TRANR627LP UK Unknown Sell This Version


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September 15, 2018

Undervalued LP. It has several tracks released only on vinyl format. It also contains some AP's masterpieces like Axis v0.99 that you will not find elsewhere in full version. Nice pressing though.


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September 30, 2004
edited over 14 years ago

In a nice move for vinyl DJs (who are increasingly getting left out in the could by psy-labels and their cd releases these days), Transient released with double vinyl album containing the previously unreleased material from Astral Projection's "In The Mix" cd. Of course as the title says, these tracks are in their unmixed form, so its nice to be able to hear some of these tracks from beginning to end by themselves.

Astral Projection are basically the Coca Cola of goa trance. You buy one of their products and you know exactly what you are going to get. Some people love them for this fact, while others hate them. Regardless, this release is more of the same. This release contains mostly remixes of previously released tracks that are all up to the usual A.P. level of quality. No real stinkers, but no "AMEN" tracks either (not to be confused with their next album also called "Amen"), with one exception. That exception is the Ast-roid Remix of Flying Into A Star, which in this listener's book is simply the most incredible thing every done to an Astral Projection track. This track is full on to the extreme and absolutely off the hook. This track alone makes it worth it for DJs to hunt down this dancefloor stormer. The rest of the album is also prefectly usable, but nothing terribly new either from Astral Projection