Astrix ‎– Eye To Eye

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HOM-Mega Productions ‎– HMCD27
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1 Astrix Life System 7:29
2 Astrix & Atomic Pulse Crystal Sequence 8:13
3 Infected Mushroom Wider (Remix)
Remix – Avi ShmailovRemix [Uncredited] – AstrixWritten-By, Producer – Amit Duvdevani, Erez Aizen, Infected Mushroom
7:23
4 Astrix & Domestic Massive Activity
Written-By, Producer – Domestic, Ido Ophir
8:23
5 Astrix Eye To Eye 6:38
6 Astrix & Atomic Pulse Side Effect 7:04
7 Astrix & Atomic Pulse Scientific Reality 8:51
8 Astrix FeeL.S.D 7:05
9 Astrix & Atomic Pulse Valirus 7:38
10 Astrix Freestyle Cafe 7:49

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Comes in slipcase, 3 pages booklet, CD case insert (tracklist), Astrix sticker and B&W BNE form.
All artists (except Astrix) are only mentioned inside booklet.

This version has a 'BNE' distribution logo on the back artwork instead of a 'Trance Shop' logo, as seen on the Trance Shop logo version.

Bpm's: 1 - 145 / 2 - 140 / 3 - 140 / 4 - 145 / 5 - 145 / 6 - 142 / 7 - 145 / 8 - 140 / 9 - 135 / 10 - 100.

Printed on backside of both Slipcase and Jewelcase, aswell as on CD:

℗ 2002 HOMmega Productions © 2002 HOMmega Productions

Distribution by B.N.E Ltd. Israel.

Printed inside booklet:

All tracks (P) & (C) 2002 HOMmega Productions

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Jewel Case): none
  • Barcode (Slipcase - Text): 7 290008 295727
  • Barcode (Slipcase - String): 7290008295727
  • Matrix / Runout: ABCD MUSIC CAT NR HMCD-27
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LH01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1U22
  • Rights Society: ACUM

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Astrix Eye To Eye(CDr, Promo) HOM-Mega Productions none Israel 2002 Sell This Version
HMCD27 Astrix Eye To Eye(CD, Album, Mixed) HOM-Mega Productions HMCD27 Israel 2002 Sell This Version

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

December 4, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

I think this an outstanding album. And I beg to differ from the widespread criticism of Astrix, that he is not an innovative artist. Astrix' trademark - leaving out flawless production and killer bass lines - is by far his use of breaks. He is the true master at those and I see no one even close to his timing and use of breaks. Breaks may not be a new gem but to me he has taken them to higher levels. Somehow his breaks manage to be all a break should be without ever getting cheesy.

Listen to FeeL.S.D. and check out the breaks at 5:01 and 5:15. If that is not the works of shere genius and ready to get the floor pumpin', I don't know what is!

For that alone this album is worth every penny. 5/5
Pike84

Pike84

June 9, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This is a very well made and interesting psy-trance album. It is mostly pretty laid-back and melodic for psy-trance - something that would probably be described as "morning trance" by many, although I'm not too keen on these kind of categorizations.

Well anyway, I enjoyed every moment of listening to this album. Most, if not all, of the tracks have a nice build towards the end, and they all deliver. Make no mistake though; this isn't anything revolutionary, or something that hasn't been heard ever before. However, this is an album that has everything done right. If you are a fan of this genre and prefer melodic and not too harsh kind of trance, you're sure to like this one too.