Com Truise ‎– Galactic Melt

Ghostly International ‎– GI-138
CD, Album


1 Terminal 1:48
2 VHS Sex 4:25
3 Cathode Girls 4:37
4 Air Cal 4:33
5 Flightwave 5:05
6 Hyperlips 4:54
7 Brokendate 5:08
8 Glawio 5:07
9 Ether Drift 4:21
10 Futureworld 3:11

Companies, etc.



W+P by Com Truise

℗ + © MMXI Ghostly International under exclusive license from Com Truise


Released in a gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 0429781382 0
  • Barcode (Reader): 804297813820
  • Matrix / Runout: GI-138EU X42165
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD02
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J34
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
GI-138LP Com Truise Galactic Melt(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Opa) Ghostly International GI-138LP US 2017 Sell This Version
GI-138LP Com Truise Galactic Melt(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Ghostly International GI-138LP US 2011 Sell This Version
GI-138LP Com Truise Galactic Melt(2xLP, Album, RE) Ghostly International GI-138LP US 2012 Sell This Version
GI-138 Com Truise Galactic Melt(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ghostly International GI-138 US 2011
GI-138 Com Truise Galactic Melt(11xFile, FLAC, Album) Ghostly International GI-138 US 2011


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February 15, 2018
edited 8 months ago

excellent CD if anyone misses the thick heavy sounding synths from days of old this is
i have not heard all his work as i only buy CD's hence this release and my review ;) the music here is quite slow similar to some "Gun Ship" tracks.
i also agree with the other reviewer the tracks are kind of short as not to be to repetitive i think......
it is also a bit short for a CD at around 45 minutes anyhow its different and strangely melodic music 5/5


August 22, 2012

The cheeky Com Truise release his full-length, GALACTIC MELT, and right from the first tones of "Terminal," you're transported back to the 1980s. "VHS Sex" is like shiny Spandex stretched over a pair of supple thighs, while "Air Cal" invites you to stretch out on a Naugahyde sofa. The moodiness of "Hyperlips" packs a good bit of punch, and "Brokendate" and "Ether Drift" linger in the air. Com Truise relies almost entirely on his analogue-sounding synth pads, and while this could get tiring, the tracks stay relatively short, so that they don't overstay their welcome. But listening to the album is like playing a never-ending game of Tron, and that's not a bad thing.