DJ Gino (3) ‎– Sonica - Compilation Vol. II

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Sonica Recordings ‎– snc002
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Sonica (3) – Vol. II
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1 Tristan Bombscare (Perfect Stranger's Small Vagator Mix)
Remix – Perfect Stranger, Yuli FershtatWritten-By, Producer – Tristan Cooke
8:14
2 Pleiadians The Pleiades
Written-By, Producer – Maurizio Begotti, Max Lanfranconi
8:40
3 Burn In Noise Time Warp
Written-By, Producer – Gustavo Manfroni
7:26
4 Rinkadink The Thermal Tempest
Written-By, Producer – Werner Van Jaarsveld
7:37
5 Etnica Lunar Contact
Written-By, Producer – Maurizio Begotti, Max Lanfranconi
7:27
6 Gaiatech Burning Heads
Written-By, Producer – Paolo Nofi, Simone Mecozzi
7:54
7 Liftshift Nothing Less
Written-By, Producer – Eric Bijl
8:19
8 M-Theory (2) Rising The Bar
Written-By, Producer – Marcello Baccheschi, Robert Nichols*
7:38
9 Fearsome Engine The Path
Written-By, Producer – Jeremy Van Kampen, Tristan Cooke
8:06

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SCA1CD 001 DJ Gino (3) Sonica - Compilation Vol. II(9xFile, MP3, Comp, 320) Sonica Recordings SCA1CD 001 Italy 2010

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cgry69me

cgry69me

November 13, 2011
Personally, I thought this was the best work I've heard from the Pleiadians/Etnica camp in the last decade. They stripped off their usual hyper complex melodies that their last full length contained and you're left with some groovy deep psychedelic goodness. The release is available digitally, so take a listen for yourself. The rest of the compilation was just so so.
lemmiwinks

lemmiwinks

June 6, 2010
I basically got this one because of the Pleiadians and Etnica tracks... Pleiadians was a HUGE dissapointment, after a promising intro it just turns into 100% generic full-on. Etnica's Lunar Contact on the other hand DOES have a nice oldschoolish melody going on through the song, but it gets a bit repetitive in the end, there is the exact same loop played over and over again, I would've expected more variation, although this is one of the better psytrance tracks I've heard so far this year. Other than that, Tristan's Bombscare deserves an honorable mention for making a nice funky tune using 303s, it's pretty good. The other tracks are just pure generic fodder that I wouldn't even bother describing...