Cosmosis ‎– Synergy

Transient Records ‎– TRANR614CD
CD, Album, Partially Mixed, Jewel Case


  • Artwork By [Front And Inside Original Artwork] – Tim Dow (Smile)
  • Artwork By [Rear Sleeve Design & Enhancements] – Mitch@Repertoire
  • Mastered By [Digitally]Jay Burnett
  • Producer, Written-ByBilbo Bagginz


Digitally Mastered at Node Recording Service using the B.O.S.E. spacial.

The first printing came in digipak , subsequent printings came in jewel case as this.

Some tracks are faded into each other.

Track 8 will show a duration of 12:32 on computer but it ends at around 9:22. At around 10:34 there's a sample of what seems some guys talking about changing pitch/speed of the record with "Hardfloor's Acperience" playing, ending at 12:32.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 027674 061422

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TRANR614CD Cosmosis Synergy(CD, Album, Unofficial) Transient Records (2) TRANR614CD Russia 1998 Sell This Version
TRANR614LP Cosmosis Synergy(2xLP, Album) Transient Records TRANR614LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
TRANR614CD Cosmosis Synergy(CD, Album, P/Mixed, Dig) Transient Records TRANR614CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
TRANR614CD Cosmosis Synergy(CD, Album, Promo) Transient Records TRANR614CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
TRANR614LP Cosmosis Synergy(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl) Transient Records TRANR614LP UK 1998 Sell This Version


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March 19, 2019
Spores from Space is utter perfection from beginning to end. Moonshine has its moments. The rest of the CD did not move me.


December 12, 2016
The first 5 tracks of this album are all absurdly good and any one of them can serve as the track to send a crowd over the top. I have a soft spot for Spores from Space, which is filled with absolutely ripping acid lines. I think the tracks at the tail end of the album fall off a bit but to be fair it's an awfully high bar.


August 16, 2015

First 4 albums are a must have the rest is in my opinion a disappointment.


February 28, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

I wonder what medication Bilbo Bagginz was prescribed when he wrote Intergalactic Fluoro Funkster and Spores From Space (co-written with Jim Cheese), but I wanna have the same doc! I've heard a lot Cosmosis material in the past, but nothing as psychedelic as this. Holy fuck! The arrangement is just amazing. Psychedelic, fascinating, and trippy with layers added from beginning to end. Honestly, I never expected Bilbo to have the balls to write such tracks, but I stand pleasantly corrected :o)!

These two highlights aside a number of other nice psychedelic tracks loom around here. Opening track The Ultimate Sin is quite pleasant, though I dislike the Sample (is it another Tim Leary sample on a Cosmosis album?), and Higher Access also climbs a step or two up my psychedelic ladder of success. Nothing comes close to the psychic mayheem on track 2 and 3, however. Get them and prepare to be dazzled.

And a note of observation. At the end of the album there's a hidden track after a couple of minutes of silence. This consists of some guys talking about how to change the pitch and speed of the music while Hardfloor's amazing "Acperience" is playing in the background. In the words of one Butthead: "Ehrm .. okay!?"