Battle Of The Future Buddhas ‎– Digging Mud



Babes And Babas 9:14
Solenoid Leprechaun Driver 8:15
One More For M.A.D. v2 8:46
This Side Up / Unicorny 8:11
Filoti 6:37
Emission 10:14
Here Comes The Sun! 10:42
Wicked Work Of A Wrenched Witch 10:39
Life In The Trenches Of Hyperspace (Into The Brain Remix) 6:52
Enlil 7:32
Elevated 9:55
One More For M.A.D. 6:24
Here Comes The Sun! v3 8:46
You're A Moonlander Mate 7:50


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January 12, 2015
referencing Digging Mud, 14xFile, FLAC, Album, Comp, none

Just an awesome compilation, showing us where are the roots of Swedish forest psytrance. I really like the mood of these tracks, they're mostly not as fierce as the stuff on their deput 'Twin Sharkfins'. But the raw production style, gritty dark undertones and BotFB-signature melodies are here as one's learn to love from these guys. Don't sleep on this.


October 11, 2011
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Digging Mud, 14xFile, MP3, Album, Comp, 320, none

For fans of Battle Of The Future Buddhas - Twin Sharkfins, this album is an absolute must-buy. This is dark and twisted full-on psychedelia, without the anger of today's "dark psy," all the while retaining the Goa trance flavor of Twin Sharkfins-style BotFB. You'll hear tweaky, trippy effects layered atop warm and gooey synth leads plucking out fun (and sometimes even funky) melodies. Created in the days before everyone got sick of the "Goa sound," the tracks on this album let us in on what must have been some fun times for the Buddha boys. Though heavily psychedelic, they don't seem to have (ever) taken themselves so seriously as to not let a bit of humor through, and this is I think one of the greatest facets missing from today's "psy"trance that *is* included here. We also hear some of the more daring aspects of their earlier efforts in tracks that were possibly just a little too out-there for labels of the day. If your cup of tea is Crazy with a splash of Nutso and a side of Fun, pick this release up immediately, it is well worth it.


October 2, 2011
referencing Digging Mud, 14xFile, MP3, Album, Comp, 320, none
Actually this is not a Schlabbaduerst ReKkords release. It is not tied to any label.