DJ Ari*, Alien Project ‎– Cosmic Communication

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YoYo Records (2) ‎– YOYO 29, YoYo Records (2) ‎– YOYO29, Organic Records (3) ‎– ORG002
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CD, Compilation, Mixed
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1 MFG & Jorg* Pachubatinath RMX
Written-By – Aharon Segal, DJ Jorg*, Guy Zukrel
9:13
2 The Passenger* Air Man
Written-By – Guy Zukrel
6:59
3 Cosmic Navigator* Nasty Dream
Written-By – Izik Benisti*, Moshe Kinan*
7:51
4 Shakta & Yakov* Space Intimacy
Written-By – Seb Taylor*, Yakov Biton
6:18
5 MFG Life Signs Terminated
Written-By – Aharon Segal, Guy Zukrel
5:44
6 The Passenger* Bells In Space
Written-By – Guy Zukrel
8:04
7 Chris Organic The Shaman
Written-By – Chris Organic
8:56
8 Messiah (2) Hypnosys (Elysium RMX)
Remix – ElysiumWritten-By – Christian Thinning*, Mino Vaknin*
9:41

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Mastered at Masterdisk Studio.
Packaged in a digipak.
Catalog# on rear artwork and disc: YOYO 29
Catalog# on spine: YOYO29, ORG002

Track 2, The Passenger's Air Man, is in fact an uptempo mix of the same artist's track Planet Earth in Israels Psychedelic Trance Vol 2 compilation.
Track 8 is incorrectly listed as "Hypnosis".

1: 138 BPM, published by Phonokol Ltd.
2: 142 BPM, published by Phonokol Ltd.
3: 146 BPM, published by Omega Records
4: 144 BPM, published by Copyright Control
5: 146 BPM, published by Phonokol Ltd.
6: 142 BPM, published by Phonokol Ltd.
7: 134 BPM, published by Organic Records
8: 102 BPM, published by Copyright Control

(P) & (C) 1998 Organic Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 290005 406744 >
  • Barcode (String): 7290005406744
  • Matrix / Runout: ABCD MUSIC CAT. NR. YOYO-29
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LH01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1U34
  • Rights Society: ACUM

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anenburg

anenburg

January 13, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
A lot of MFG in this compilation (Passenger being half of MFG) but somehow the music in here doesn't sound that MFGish. This is goa trance alright, but with a different perspective, maybe tribal would be a good word to describe it.
The cover art is also unique - we need more like it!